Best budget smartphone deals on Amazon Great Indian Festival 2020 sale
- Amazon has announced its Great Indian Festival 2020 sale.
- The sale is now live for Prime members and other users can avail these offers from October 17.
- The e-commerce giant has discounted smartphones from major companies.
As part of the Amazon Great Indian Festival 2020 sale, HDFC Bank credit, and debit card holders can get discounts of up to ₹3,000 and additional bonus cashback of ₹12,000.
You can also avail of additional exchange discounts, and no-cost EMI offers wherever available. This will vary between products, so make sure to keep an eye on all the available offers while buying.
AdvertisementWe have picked the best budget smartphone deals for you.
Best deals on budget smartphones
|Smartphone||Regular price||Sale price||Discount|
|Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 Pro Max||₹18,999||₹15,999||₹3,000|
|Samsung Galaxy M31s||₹22,999||₹18,499||₹4,500|
|Samsung Galaxy M31||₹16,499||₹15,499||₹1,000|
|Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 Pro||₹16,999||₹12,999||₹4,000|
|Samsung Galaxy M11||₹12,999||₹10,499||₹2,500|
Some popular smartphones like the Redmi Note 9 Pro Max and the Samsung Galaxy M31s have received substantial discounts as part of the Amazon Great Indian Festival sale 2020. If you are looking for a pocket-friendly phone, you can purchase one of the phones mentioned above.
In addition to the discounts, users can also avail the card offers mentioned above to bring down the prices further.
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