Flipkart Changes Big Billion Sales Date Due To Amazon’s Festive Sales: Check New Dates
The dates of Flipkart’s “The Big Billion Days” sale have been modified. The commencement date has been changed to 3-10 October on the e-commerce website.
Amazon India will also conduct its month-long Great Indian Festival from October 4 to October 14.
Flipkart Revised Dates Of Its Big Billion Days Sale
Finally, the big billion day sales are here!
Flipkart announced on Tuesday that Big Billion Days will take place from October 7 to 12. According to an internal memo, the date has been changed to October 3-10.
From October 4 to October 14, Amazon India will conduct its month-long Great Indian Festival. Myntra, a Flipkart Group subsidiary has announced its ‘Big Fashion Festival,’ which will take place from October 3 to 10.
The new Big Billion Day dates are scheduled to be announced on Flipkart’s website and app soon, according to PTI sources. The change in dates is also being conveyed to sellers, they added.
The Big Billion Days are critical for lakhs of sellers as they continue to strive to revitalise their businesses after the pandemic, Flipkart CEO Kalyan Krishnamurthy said in a communication to employees. The event also generates a massive scale of employment across the supply chain—helping make “the festivities a reality for numerous households”, he said
Flipkart Plus Members
All the Flipkart Plus members, as usual, will get access to the sale early hours and will get a lot of other benefits. That’s not just it, all the Non-Flipkart Plus members can use their Flipkart SuperCoins to shop early during the online sale event.
“We have the potential to make a deep positive impact on the lives of everyone who engages with us, and keeping this in mind, we are standing true to Flipkart’s values, being audacious, biased to action and customer-centricity and have decided to make this Big Billion day bigger for all stakeholders!” “To enable this, we are going to make some changes to our plans for the Big Billion Days 2021.”
Flipkart CEO Kalyan Krishnamurthy said in the communication.