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.
As per predictions coming in, around 2 crore online shoppers from India are expected to splurge Rs 21,000 crore on online shopping, only during the 5 festive days of October!
26-month old B2B Marketplace Udaan is all set to become India’s fastest Unicorn. Founded by ex-Flipkart employees, and backed by a Russian billionaire, Udaan has announced its latest round of funding, which will help them to breach the…
The period between September to December is considered the most fruitful period for the e-commerce companies in India, considering the back to back festivals and occasions in the country.
Walmart-owned Flipkart, which is fighting it out with Amazon India and Paytm in India’s ecommerce battle, has now finally launched their much-awaited platform for refurbished goods in India.
Paytm Mall has informed us that they are aiming for Rs 70,000 crore business by March, 2019. And, they have claimed to process Rs 24,500 crore worth of annualized gross sales by the end of June, 2018.
The Flipkart Plus membership plan is absolutely free which comes loaded with premium benefits and exclusive rewards. The plan offers free faster delivery, early access in flagship Flipkart sales, extra rewards for every purchase and more.
Competition Commission of India or CCI has said that deep discounts given by e-commerce portals such as Flipkart, Amazon, and others can be investigated, and this means fresh trouble for the e-commerce industry.
Among all the discounts, the smartphone offers are most sought after deals on the internet right now. Here we have listed out the top smartphone deals you can avail right now on the respective Amazon and Flipkart Independence Day sales.
As the e-commerce companies are all set to lock horns against each other for another time, the Independence Day Sale of 2018 is going to be special.
Vivo has brought a special sale for you this Independence day, the Vivo Freedom Carnival sale. The sale has massive discounts on Vivo smartphones and accessories with instant cashbacks. The Vivo Freedom Carnival sale is live now, and will…
While Walmart has decided to hire 1000 engineers in India, Flipkart has decided to break its friendship with WS Retail, their largest seller for a long long time.
To take on Amazon in India, Flipkart has announced its much awaited ‘Amazon Prime’ like membership feature. The Walmart owned e-commerce giant has announced a special membership plan for customers called Flipkart Plus.
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