Diwali comes early as Walmart backed Flipkart has announced their Big Diwali Sale between November 1 and November 5th. Amazon India is yet to announce their Diwali sales.
In a major blow to ecommerce in India, both Amazon and Flipkart have received notices regarding fake cosmetics being sold via their platform. In case they fail to reply within 10 days, ‘strict action’ will be taken against them.
On one side as Flipkart and Amazon is fighting it out to take the number one spot, Paytm Mall thriving hard to make a mark. The company is back with their second version of the Paytm Maha Cashback Sale. The Alibaba-Berkshire Hathaway backed…
Soon after Amazon announced ‘Wave 2’ for another Great Indian Festival, Flipkart announced its next Festive Dhamaka Days Sale during the same period. Once again Flipkart and Amazon will go against each other for a flagship sale face off.
Such was the momentum and the drive that Indians shopped for Rs 15,000 crore worth of products via online portals, which includes Flipkart, Amazon, Shopclues, Paytm Mall and others.
While Flipkart’s Big Billion Day sales have ended, Amazon’s The Great Indian Festival Sale is at its last day today. Flipkart, which has now become Walmart, has shared some interesting numbers related to their shopping festival days.…
Google is planning to launch its famous ‘Shopping’ tab in the country to help users buy products directly from search results. The ‘Shopping’ tab will direct users to the e-commerce platforms and check the product listings directly.
CashKaro, which claims to be India’s largest cashback and buyback portal has released some interesting numbers related to the Day #1 of the festive sales; for both Flipkart and Amazon.
Amazon’s The Great Indian Festival Sale and Flipkart’s Big Billion Days have started, and now customers can buy every product starting today.
Amazon India and Walmart-owned Flipkart is up against each other for another massive clash. Amazon is holding its Amazon Great Indian Festival while Flipkart has its flagship Big Billion Day sale.
After Amazon and Flipkart, now its Paytm all set to fire up with its biggest festive sale of the year. Paytm Mall Maha Cashback sale is now live and there are a bunch of good offers available. The company is offering cashbacks on a wide…
Day before Amazon India’s magnum opus festive sale: The Great Indian Festival sale is about to begin, a group of sellers on their platform has revolved against them. An official complaint has been filed with the Competition Commission of…
With just a day left, everybody is gearing up for the biggest e-commerce sales of the year. From Flipkart to Amazon to Paytm Mall to Snapdeal, almost all the online portals have their sales lined up for the festive season.
Flipkart is all set to host its grand annual sale, Big Billion Day. Starting on October 10, the Flipkart sale will go on for five days till October 14. The company is also offering an extra exchange, buy-back guarantees, cashback and more.
Online shoppers are expecting some earth-shattering deals and discounts, and to make their festival even more exciting. Here are 7 interesting facts about Flipkart’s Big Billion Day sales.
In a first of its kind move, Made in India ecommerce portal Flipkart has announced the launch of credit line for its consumers. Now, online shoppers can get upto Rs 60,000 credit for shopping online, which they can pay later.
This year’s festive season starts on October 10th, and excitement is clearly in the air. Paytm Mall has become the first major e-commerce portal to kickstart their festive season sale, as the date has been announced.
The trillion dollar US e-commerce giant Amazon is taking India very seriously. The company knows the country is the next big thing on the planet as both America and China are inching towards a saturated phase.
Recently, a Jabong shopper was robbed of Rs 11,000, via Paytm. And interestingly, he also shared his Aadhaar and OTP. How did this happen? What can you do to protect yourself against such robbery? Keep reading to find out more!
Now, this is some bad news for the online shoppers in India. More bad news, if you were planning on a shopping splurge this festive season.