Amazon Great Indian Festival: What are diamonds and how to use them
- Amazon Great Indian Festival sale is in its final days and will soon end on 23 October 2022.
- Amazon has introduced diamonds as points that can be redeemed to save extra.
- Check out the post below to learn more about diamonds.
AdvertisementThe Great Indian Festival sale is live on the e-commerce platform. During the sale, Amazon introduced 'diamonds' as points to unlock offers and games and win rewards. Like every sale event on Amazon, prime members will also get the extra benefit of earning diamonds. To avail the benefits of this new method, you must download and log in to the Amazon application.
During the sale, you can get amazing discounts across categories. Also, the credit card and debit card holders of ICICI Bank, Axis Bank and Citi Bank can get an instant 10% discount. The sale is in its final days, so if you haven't browsed the deals yet, you can check them here.
How to earn diamonds?
Diamonds can be earned by shopping, playing games, using Amazon mini TV and performing various other activities on the platform.
Prime members can earn up to 400 diamonds per item, and non-prime members can earn up to 200 diamonds.
On purchase of ₹ 100, users will earn 20 diamonds.
Note: The minimum value of the item must be ₹500.
If an item costs ₹ 5000, then the prime members will earn 400 diamonds, and non-prime members will earn 200 diamonds.
Similarly, if an item costs ₹625, then the prime members will earn 240 diamonds, and non-prime members will earn 120 diamonds.
How to utilise the diamonds earned?
The diamonds are considered points that can be used to save extra on your purchasing by unlocking offers or using them as cashback. Users can also use diamonds to play games and win prizes.
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