Amazon announces Electronics Days sale: Here are the top offers

    This sale is live on the e-retail platform and it will be available until March 29.
    By: HT TECH
    | Updated on: Mar 27 2021, 15:15 IST
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    Amazon India has announced the Electronics Days sale on its platform. This sale is live on the e-retail platform and it will be available until March 29. During the course of this sale, Amazon is offering up to 50% off on the purchase of laptops, headphones, cameras, smartwatches and tablets among other things.

    In addition to offering discounts, the e-retailer is also offering a 10% instant discount using Bank of Baroda and Induslnd Bank Credit Cards. Amazon is also offering up to 18 months of no-cost EMI option for the users.

    Here are the top offers for you to consider:

    -- Laptops: During the upcoming sale, the Lenovo Legion 5 is available for 80,990. Earlier, it was available for 107,690 on the platform.

    -- Headphones: The company is also offering boAt Airdopes 441 for 1,999. It was earlier available for 5,999 on Amazon India. Similarly, the JBL C115TWS earphones are available for 4,499.

    -- Wearables: Mi Watch Revolve is available for 8,999 as against the earlier price of 15,999. Similarly, the Amazfit GTS is available for 7,999. Earlier, it was available for 12,999 on Amazon India.

    -- Camera: During the course of the sale, the Panasonic LUMIX G7 will be available for 38,490.

    -- Tablets: During the sale, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 is available for 16,999. Earlier it was available for 20,999. Similarly, the Lenovo Tab M10 is available for 13,999. Earlier, it was available for 27,000.

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    First Published Date: 27 Mar, 15:15 IST
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