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Flipkart big billion day sale: Ten things to buy

The mega-sale offers heavy discounts on smartphones, home appliances, telescopes, watches, books, sunglasses and more.

By: Express News Service | Updated: October 6, 2014 4:07 pm

Flipkart’s big billion day sale has started with a boom on Monday. The mega-sale offers heavy discounts on smartphones, home appliances, telescopes, watches, books, sunglasses and more, ahead of the festive season of Diwali.

Flipkart has sold out gadgets like Nokia Lumia 525, Samsung Galaxy Tabs and Kodak cameras within minutes of opening the sale at 8 am.

The website is offering upto 30% offs on smartphones, items at just Rs 1, and a lot more.

Here’s the list of ten products you can consider buying online on Flipkart.

1. F & D D1061 Home Audio Speaker
Before: Rs 3,290
Now: Rs 2,053

home-speaker

2. Philips HD4928/01 Induction Cooktop
Before: Rs 4,695
Now: 2,345

induction

3. Milton 3 pc Casserole set
Before: Rs 751
Now: Rs 500

caserole

4. Celestron Travel Scope (Compact 70 mm) Telescope(40 x)
Before: Rs. 9,950
Now: Rs. 4,974

telescope

5. Google Nexus 7 2013 Tablet (Wi-Fi, 32 GB)(32 GB, Wi-Fi)
Before: Rs. 23,999 (33% OFF)
Now: Rs. 15,999

Nexus

6. Philips 24PFL3938 23 inches LED TV
Before: 15,000
After: 11,490

LED

7. Rotary Analog Watch – For Men(Black)
Before: Rs. 17,600 40% OFF
After: Rs. 10,560

watch

8. Half Girlfriend (English)(Paperback)
Before: Rs. 176 29% OFF
After: Rs. 125

half-girlfriend

9. Joe Black Aviator Sunglasses
Before: Rs. 999 65% OFF
After: Rs. 349

aviators

10. CaratLane Bethel Silver Diamond Ring
Before: Rs. 4,400 30% OFF
After: Rs. 3,080

jewellery

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    justanothergirl
    Oct 6, 2014 at 11:10 am
    Amazon is nothing less. Checked the price for IPhone 5c/s for the last 2 days, and it was lower than what they are showing presently at discounted rates. Just a publiticity gimmick by all online retailers. Who can blame them for cashing in on the Diwali madness.
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      Ashu
      Oct 6, 2014 at 11:42 am
      totally fakee.....bul ......big baki day ....they wasted a lot of people time ..totally fake..never buy anything from flipkart...snapdeal and amzon are far better than this....
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        Abhishek Gureja
        Oct 6, 2014 at 7:26 am
        A really ridiculous, juvenile post
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          Arun
          Oct 6, 2014 at 12:37 pm
          Flipkart made the biggest mockery in the E-Business space today. Iphone 5s Gold was selling on their website before this for 34,000, today during the , they are priced at 43,000. Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 was sold out before 8.20am which indicates, that it was just an article to get people to their sites.No wonder Amazon CEO is not fazed at this success of Flipkart. It is just a bubble which is waiting to burst in sometime. When the bubble burst will happen, flipkart will sink, along with it, it will also take, Snapdeal, Myntra and shop clues too.Any proper business establishment, will send promos to existing customers who have been shopping with their website for 3-5 years first. These people are sent links so that they stay loyal against a particular retailer. Here in the quest to make it number 1, all new registrations were opened and dumb tactics evolved to create a virtual traffic.First time when Redmi 1s was launched on flipkart, the site went down. It crashed several times, coz flipkart was not sure how many people would register. No proper load testing done at that time. This time for the billion dollar , the servers had restrictions on the number of connections. So the moment, the connection number increases, messages would be popped stating that "Server Timed out ..... Please try after sometime"Yeah this sort of a business process, you definately dont get taught in ordinary schools, you need to be a IIT and IIM to achieve itHATS OFF!!!!
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            Aemy
            Oct 6, 2014 at 12:38 pm
            right.. people usually go buy the crossed price and offered price.. they do not check what it costs on other website. way of fooling people and making big bucks
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