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Big Billion Days sale

India’s largest e-commerce marketplace, Flipkart has announced their third edition of the Big Billion Days sale. It will start from October 2nd and will last up to October 6th. The sale is expected to offer huge discounts on a wide range of products.

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What to expect with the Big Billion Days sale?

This time there will be new offers like no cost EMI and products exchange offers. We are also expecting many new product launches with the sale.

Big Billion Days sale

Flipkart recently acquired Jabong and they already own Myntra, we can expect lots of offers from the sale related to fashion segment.

The company is expected to reveal the new Buy-Now-Pay-Later scheme in the Big Billion Day sale. It will arrange pre-approved loans for consumers. This is expected to give Flipkart a big edge over Amazon and Snapdeal. Flipkart might also bring back the Rs.1 offer, it will be flash sale where some expensive products will be available for Just Rs.1.

“With a vision to create the best shopping experience and bring India together, we are now in our third edition of The Big Billion Days Sale. This year, our key focus is to ensure maximum value to our consumers by making quality products affordable and accessible, Great offers and exclusive partnerships will give our customers more options to choose from, and our innovative consumer finance, delivery and installation for large electronics and product exchange programs will only add to the customer delight this festive season. With our well-oiled backend and supply chain systems, we are fully prepared to process a billion wishes well in time through this event of the year.”

said Kalyan Krishnamurthy, head, category design organisation.

Flipkart conducts the Big Billion sales every year ahead of the festivals. Last year, the company was able to sell goods worth $300 million in the five days long Big Billion Sale, which was conducted from 13th to 17th October. Amazon will also start the “Great Festival Sale” to compete with the sale of Flipkart.

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