OnePlus 8 for Rs 39,999, iPhone 11 with cashback, and other best smartphone deals today in Flipkart, Amazon sales

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Amazon and Flipkart sales are filled with a slew of good deals on smartphones, and some of them are great. These smartphone offers have discounts and bank offers that you may not find, which is why it is recommended that you decide for yourself and grab the ones that are right for you. We have already seen the biggest discounts on popular phones, such as the iPhone 11, Samsung Galaxy S20 + and LG G8X on sale. Some of these phones are now priced higher, but there are still a few that save you money.

We’re hand-picking some of the best deals on smartphones again that still make sense. Not only the discounts but the bank offers on these smartphones also bring you maximum savings. There may be some smartphones that were available for less earlier in the sale, but their revised pricing still makes sense.

iPhone 11 deal

Amazon has announced that it will sell the iPhone 11 for Rs 47,999 in the Great Indian Festival sale. It initially offered the phone at that price until it ran out several times. Now, perhaps because the stock is limited, Amazon has raised the price to Rs 49,999 for the iPhone 11. It’s still lower than the MRP of Rs 54,900 that the Apple Store is selling it for. But Apple’s Diwali offering remains better. HDFC Bank offer is applicable to iPhone 11.

Samsung Galaxy S20 + deal

Samsung Galaxy S20 + is on sale for Rs 49,999, down from the MRP of Rs 83,000 in the Flipkart Big Billion Days sale. But Flipkart’s smart upgrade plan will only allow you to pay 70% of the discounted amount to get the phone. As such, you end up paying Rs 35,198 for the phone. Other than that, you get around Rs 2,750 off using the SBI credit card. You can find out more about this agreement here.

OnePlus 8 deal

Amazon is selling the popular OnePlus 8 for a discounted price of Rs 39,999. The smartphone launched for Rs 41,999, so you are saving Rs 2,000 on this one. In addition, you can take advantage of a discount of Rs 1,500 on the use of the HDFC Bank credit card. Unfortunately, the additional cashback of Rs 1,250 is not available on this smartphone when using the credit card, otherwise the total savings would have been Rs 4,750.

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE deal

The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE is available at a discount of Rs 4,000 in the Amazon Great Indian Festival sale when using an HDFC credit card to purchase it. The original price of the smartphone is Rs 49,999 but for that you pay less. There are no further refunds on the phone, but you are already getting a better deal than you would have if the regular discounts were available.

Motorola Moto G9 deal

The popular Motorola Moto G9 smartphone is up for grabs for Rs 9,999 in the Flipkart sale. It’s the lowest price you’ll pay for this phone which carries a 48MP triple camera system and Snapdragon 662 processor. The Moto G9 has an MRP of Rs 14,999 but you’re paying Rs 5,000 less in the Flipkart sale. In addition to this discount, you also get a 10% discount which is equal to Rs 999. The actual price of the phone becomes Rs 9,000 for you.

Flipkart and Amazon are selling some of the biggest high-value smartphones such as OnePlus 8 and Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus at the lowest prices in their sales.

News Underline:

  • The iPhone 11 is available with a discount of Rs 1,500 and a cashback of Rs 1,250.
  • OnePlus 8 is seeing a Rs 2,000 discount in the Amazon sale.
  • Flipkart’s Moto G9 deal at Rs 9,999 still makes sense to many.

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