Xiaomi ‘Mi Super Sale’: Discount and offers on Redmi Note 8 Pro, K20 Pro, Note 8 and more
There are around 11 Redmi-branded smartphones in the mix that are priced from as low as ₹4,299 to ₹24,999. As a part of the sale, customers can also get Mi Protect and mi Screen Protect services along with the smartphones.
Xiaomi is holding its 'Mi Super Sale' in India wherein it is offering customers some of its popular smartphones at discounted prices and offers. The sale commenced on 27th January 2020 and will be ending on 31st January 2020. There are around 11 Redmi-branded smartphones in the mix that are priced from as low as ₹4,299 to ₹24,999. As a part of the sale, customers can also get Mi Protect and mi Screen Protect services along with the smartphones.
The firm is offering the Redmi K20 Pro at ₹24,999, which means ₹4,000 off on the usual price tag. This is for the 6GB+128GB variant. You also get no cost EMIs on the purchase and additional ₹2,500 off on Mi Exchange. The 8GB+256GB variant is listed for ₹27,999.
The Redmi K20 (6GB+64GB) variant can be purchased at ₹19,999, which is ₹3,000 less than the usual price. You get no cost EMI option here as well in addition to ₹2,500 discount on Mi Exchange. The 6GB+128GB model is priced at ₹22,999.
As for the Redmi Note 8 Pro, the smartphone's 6GB+64GB variant can be purchased at ₹14,999, which is ₹2,000 less than the usual price. You also get no cost EMI purchasing option and an additional ₹1,000 discount on the 6GB+128GB with Mi Exchange. The 6GB+128GB model costs ₹15,999 while the 8GB+128GB is priced at ₹17,999.
Redmi Note 7 Pro gets a ₹6,000 discount and is currently priced at ₹9,999. The usual cost of the smartphone is ₹15,999. This comes in addition to the no cost EMI option and additional ₹2,000 off on Mi Exchange for the 6GB+128GB variant. The 6GB+128GB model costs ₹13,999, the 6GB+64GB variant costs ₹10,999.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 can be purchased at ₹9,999, which is ₹3,000 less than the usual price tag of ₹12,999. Like others, you get no cost EMI options here as well along with an additional ₹1,000 off on Mi Exchange for the 6GB+128GB model, which costs ₹12,999.
You can buy the Redmi Note 7S at ₹8,999 for the 3GB+32GB inbuilt storage version. This is down by ₹3,000 from the usual price. Unfortunately, you don't get no cost EMI or Mi Exchange options here. The 4GB+64GB model is priced at ₹9,999.
Redmi Y3 gets a ₹4,000 off from the usual price of ₹11,999. The smartphone's 3GB+32GB model is priced at ₹7,999 while the 4GB+64GB model costs ₹9,999. There isn't any no cost EMI or Mi Exchange offers with this one.
The Redmi 7 is available at ₹6,999. That's ₹3,000 less than the usual price of ₹9,999. While this price tag is for the 3GB+32GB model, you can get the 2GB+32GB variant at ₹6,999. Again, no Mi Exchange or no cost EMI offers here.
If you want to buy the Redmi 8A, you can get it for ₹6,499, which is ₹1,500 less than the regular price of ₹7,999. You can also get the 3GB+32GB model at ₹6,999.
For those with tight pockets, Redmi 7A is available at ₹4,999. That's rs 1,500 less than the ₹6,499 price tag for the 2GB+126GB model. The 2GB+32GB variant is priced at ₹5,499.
Xiaomi Redmi Go can be purchased at ₹4,299, which means ₹1,700 discount on the usual price tag. This is for the 1GB+8GB variant. The 1GB+16GB can be purchased at ₹4,499 as a part of the Xiaomi Mi Super Sale.
In addition to smartphones, the sale is offering customers Mi Protect and Mi Screen Protect services at ₹399 and ₹299 respectively.