Looking to buy home appliances, laptops, and other electronic items? Then great news for you folks, Flipkart Flipstart sale is live now which will end on December 3.
Flipkart is offering up to 80% off on electronic accessories, and up to 50% discount on TVs, ACs, and refrigerators. Not only electronic items but you can get exclusive discounts on clothes, footwear, furniture, home decor, and other categories via this 3 days sale.
In order to make its sale more approachable Flipkart will offer new deals after every eight hours and if you purchase 3 products, you will get an extra 5% off and on four you will avail of 10% extra discount.
To offer users a sneak peek of all the offers Flipkart created a landing page so that you get benefited with the best deals of this sale. You can buy Fujifilm Instax cameras at a starting price of ₹2,999, mirrorless cameras from ₹35,999 onwards, and gaming consoles from ₹29,999 onwards. Headphones, speakers, and Bluetooth speakers of big brands like JBL, Bot, and Sony are available at base price.
From Laptops to smartwatches everything you can buy during the Flipkart Flipstart sale at discounted prices.
Savvy TVs are additionally accessible at a beginning cost of ₹8,999, while coolers and TVs can be bought with up to 40% off. 32-inch brilliant TVs from Samsung, Xiaomi and LG are accessible at a beginning cost of ₹13,999 during this deal. There are portable extras available to all also beginning at ₹129. You can likewise get power banks from Redmi and Xiaomi accessible at a beginning cost of ₹799.
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