The Flipkart Big Billion Days sale will end in India on September 30. Today is the final day of the deal. Inadvertently giving away the selling date of their future Diwali sale before the current sale has even come to a close, Flipkart has done.
On the e-commerce website, a preview of the Big Diwali sale was briefly available, but it was removed almost immediately. A member of the community named Mukul Sharma identified the teaser and shared a screenshot of it on Twitter.
Flipkart Big Diwali Sale Poster Leaked
According to the screenshot, the sale will get underway on October 5 and continue until October 8 of this year. The poster stated, “Shopping Ka Bada Dhamaka”. The Flipkart Big Diwali sale ad mentioned that there will be significant price reductions on a variety of mobile devices and electrical goods.
In addition to that, the poster disclosed that purchasers will be eligible for an immediate discount on credit cards issued by Axis Bank and ICICI Bank. Customers who shop using Flipkart Axis Bank Credit Cards will, like they always have, be eligible for the additional cashback on the things they purchase.
During the sale, Flipkart Pay Later will also provide customers with the option of instant credit as well as easy EMI payments.
It is important to note that the Flipkart Big Diwali sale will begin for Plus members one full day before it begins for those who are not Plus members. As a result, Flipkart Plus members will have access to the sale beginning at midnight on October 4, while the sale will officially begin for everyone else on October 5.
For those who are unaware, the Flipkart Big Billion Days sale is currently going on. During this sale, customers can enjoy significant discounts and offer on products such as the Apple iPhone 11, Xiaomi 11T Pro, Poco F4 5G, iPhone 13, Realme GT 2 Pro, and many more.
Customers can find attractive pricing on a variety of accessories, including smart TVs, smartwatches, earbuds, and more.
In India, just as it does every year, Amazon is holding a deal in celebration of the Great Indian Festival. The sale started on September 26, however, the concluding day of the event has not been disclosed as of this writing.