On the matter of the offer of Republic day sale, Flipkart is prepared to contend the tricks of rival online shopping portal such as Amazon. The attractive sale on Flipkart will start from 20th January and will continue to 22nd January. As the part of the sale, the online portal presents to host “blockbuster deals” on mobile phones, TVs and laptops. there will be running hour advertisement and an inclusive 26 percent discount. The Republic Day Sale on Flipkart will also offer 10 percent instant discount. The Republic Day Sale on Flipkart will also offer a 10 percent discount on the purchases instantly made through the credit cards of SBI. There will also be some exchange offers and no-cost EMI options. Unlike the sale of Amazon India and Flipkart is particularly hosting the great Indian Sale in the country between 20 and 23rd January.

While the sale on Republic Day is a few days away, the online marketplace has generated a committed microsite to present its development. The microsite reviews some of the next deals and exhibits the all sales on Flipkart without specifying any products.  The Flipkart sales will offer huge discounts on the mobile phones up to 75 percent on TVs and appliances, and up to 80 percent on the electronics and accessories.

The Republic Day Sale will begin on 20th January on Flipkart for the regular customers. However, Flipkart Plus members can access the sale which will begin at 8 pm on January 19.

Flipkart will bring a 10 percent instant discount based on the Republic Day Sale for the customers who use the SBI credit cards. Also, there will be the facility of exchange offers the laptops, TV, Mobile Phones, home appliances along with no-cost EMI options on selecting bank on the credit and debit cards, no-cost EMI on Bajaj Finserv Network Cards.

The Upcoming Flipkart sale is triggered for bringing the exotic deals on mobile phones, TVs, laptops and fashion products.

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