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Amazon advances Great Indian Festival sale to counter Flipkart

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Well, the sale battle continues to grow as both the e-commerce giants look to lure as many customers as possible. Amazon originally announced the Great Indian Festival sale to take place from 4th October to counter Flipkart, which previously stated that their Big Billion Days sale will start from 7th October.

Now, just a few days back, knowing the sale date of Amazon, Flipkart advanced the dates from 3rd October to 10th October, declaring a sale to last for 8 freaking days! Yes, the longest sale period India has ever seen and just a few hours ago Amazon India has confirmed that they too will start the sale from 3rd October.

Amazon advances Great Indian Festival sale to counter Flipkart

So, the battle between the two supergiants continues to grow as both of them will hold their sale on the same date. For consumers, this will be your decision so as to buy stuff from which e-commerce giant, however, the good thing is the sale starts from this Sunday.


Prepare yourself as two of India’s biggest sale starts this weekend and we will bring a lot of content to help you make the correct decision.

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Raunak Saha
Raunak Saha
A cs engineer by profession but foodie from heart. I am tech lover guy who has a passion for singing. Football is my love and making websites is my hobby.


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