The Realme C2 will be discounted by Rs 1,000 starting midnight for the Big Diwali sale on Flipkart. The smartphone is one of the best entry-level devices around. There are, of course, no-cost EMIs as well to sweeten the deal.
Skullcandy's headsets aren't usually available at this price range. However, this particular model is one of their entry-level products and a discount of 47 percent has basically halved the original MRP of these ultra-light and comfortable headphones.
The Asus ZenFone Max M2 was a good deal when it launched but is even better with steep discounts for the Diwali season. It is currently retailing for Rs 6,999 for the base model. The higher-end variants have been sold out.
The Asus 6Z is a fresh new device that is also one of the most affordable Snapdragon 855 handsets on the Indian market right now. Its retail price is slashed by 22 percent and is now set at Rs 27,999. Colour options are Black and Silver.
The Redmi Note 7 Pro is still on a discount even after the Big Billion Days sale has ended today. The 4GB model was launched at a price of Rs 15,999 but can be bought right now for Rs 11,999. That a good 25 percent off its original price. Of course, other freebies such as credit card discounts can make this deal even more desirable.
The Asus 5Z is last year's flagship and this is the top-end variant which is massively discounted right now by 50 percent over its original Rs 43,000 MRP. There's only one Midnight Blue colour though as all other models are out of stock.
The Ambrane Powerbank is currently down 40 percent off its original MRP of Rs 3,499. It is now on shelves for Rs 2,099. It also supports Quick Charge 3.0. Since this is a limited time deal, it could very well end by midnight.
The Redmi K20 Pro is the most affordable handset with the Snapdragon 855 CPU right now and its discounted price continues even after the Big Billion Days sale ended on October 4th. The handset is being sold for a Rs 4,000 discount off its original MPR of Rs 28,999. In addition, there are bank offers that will still get buyers another 10 percent off which makes this a great deal.
This 6th-gen iPad is a decent deal for those looking to buy an entry-level Apple slate. It's original MRP is Rs 28,000 but buyers can snag it right now for Rs 20,999. Throw in another 10 percent instant discount for Axis and ICICI card users and this looks like a good deal. Again, this deal will end by midnight so potential buyers have to make a quick decision.
Samsung's 128GB MicroSD card is usually priced around Rs 3,999 but it can be had for a 67 percent discount right now. For those people who've just bought a low-storage smartphone, this deal can bump up their storage to a good extent without hurting the wallet a lot.
The Skullcandy Uproar headset is normally priced Rs 5,499 but Big Billion Days sale has brought it right down to Rs 1,999. The lightweight wireless headset comes in Blue and Black options and also features a Mic. More discounts can be availed by using Axis and ICICI cards.
This 15-inch Acer Nitro is one of the best deals on Big Billions Day for those looking to buy a sub Rs 45,000 gaming laptop. While it was even cheaper a day earlier, it can now be purchased for Rs 44,990 plus additional instant discounts of Rs 4,490. That's a good 37 percent off its original price of Rs 71,500.
The Marshall Major 3 on-ear headphones are on a big discount right now. Flipkart has them listed for Rs 4,999 which is a huge 61 percent off of its original Rs 12,999 retail price. It's available in Black and Brown and buyers can get a further Rs 500 off with Axis Bank and ICICI Bank cards. The deal should be available up till the end of Big Billion Days sale.
This Asus laptop is a relatively new model on the Indian market and is currently being recommended as a top deal on Flipkart. While it's original price was Rs 54,990, it is currently selling for Rs 40,990. Buyers can get an additional 10 percent instant discount if they have an ICICI or Axis Bank credit or debit cards.
This DSLR from Canon is currently priced Rs 16,999 which is a significant drop from its earlier Rs 29,500 price tag. Its Amazon price is still Rs 26,700. It comes bundled with a 16GB memory card and a carry case and additional discounts can be availed via ICICI and Axis Bank cards.
For those on a tight budget, the entry-level Redmi 7A, which was already pocket-friendly at Rs 5,999, will be discounted by a massive Rs 2,000 starting midnight of September 29th. This is more than a 15 percent drop on a device that costs less than Rs 6,000.