The largest e-commerce platform Amazon after the launch of Prime subscription service in India, now announced a “Great Indian Sale” which starts from 8th August and ends on 10th August. Prime members can make much out of this sale as they are offered a 30 minutes early access to all the deals. Amazon’s three days Great Indian Sale includes deals across various categories like electronics-smartphones, laptops, PCs, etc. Besides this, the deal also provides promos for massive non-tech products.

Amazon Prime members who get privileged access to the deals will be able to choose convenient delivery options. Prime subscribers have multiple delivery options that include one-day, two-day or even morning delivery option. So, do you think prime subscription is worthy? Yes, so come on hurry up and get registered for the prime subscription.

Amazon India Debuts Prime Services:Just at Rs.499 per Year

On a trial basis, Amazon India is currently offering the Prime service free for 60 days. So, you can now register for Prime subscription for free before the sale ends, on the Amazon India website. After the end of trial period, Prime subscription will be charged Rs.499 for the first year and then from the second year onwards the subscription will be raised to Rs.999.

Amazon’s last year “Great Indian Festive Sale,” was a huge success. Amazon is now expecting more sales when compared to the last year’s sales reports. Last year, Amazon India also offered many discounts on Kindle, Xbox Consoles, Micromax 49-inch full HD LED TV, Apple MacBook Air 13-inch, iPhone 6 and many other products as a part of the Amazon “Great Indian Freedom sale” event.

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Now, to boost up the sales the e-commerce giant has introduced Prime in India, as the service has been a favourite for Amazon users all around the world. Amazon India’s fierce competitor Flipkart has first started offering the subscription service in India, but it was a flop.


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