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Amazon Sale Day 2: Offers on iPhone 7, iPhone 6, Moto X Force, and More
Moto X Force, Honor 6X: 5 Mobile Deals Worth Checking Out Now
Motorola Moto X Force gets heavy discount on Amazon India, available starting Rs 15,999
- Flat discounts on iPhone 7, iPhone 6, iPhone 6s in Amazon sale
- Rs. 22,000 off on Moto X Force, Rs. 12,000 on LG G6
- Additional exchange discounts, cashbacks, freebies on offer
The Amazon sale on mobile phones is underway, with great offers on smartphones by brands such as Apple, Samsung, OnePlus, Coolpad, Moto, and more. The sale comes with various deals, including flat discounts, exchange offers, cashbacks, and no-cost EMIs, so you get the best value for your money. Of course, sifting through all the offers in the Amazon sale is not an easy task, and you will have to make sure you are quick in making the purchase, otherwise someone else may snag the deal you were gunning for. If you are in the market for a phone, here are the best Amazon sale offers you can get today.
The Amazon sale offer on iPhone 7 brings down the prices of all variants of the Apple flagship. The 32GB iPhone 7 can be purchased for Rs. 42,999, while the 128GB and 256GB models now have best price of Rs. 52,987 and Rs. 64,800, respectively. On top of these discounted prices, you also get exchange discount of up to Rs. 11,082 on three iPhone 7 variants in the ongoing sale.
iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s
If the latest iPhone model is too expensive for you, then there’s the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s discounts you can check out. The 32GB iPhone 6 usually costs Rs. 26,999, but can now be purchased for Rs. 25,499 in the Amazon sale – a discount of Rs. 1,500. Similar to this is the iPhone 6s 32GB discount, which brings down the price from the standard Rs. 36,999 to Rs. 34,999, a difference of Rs. 2,000. Of course, the Rs. 11,082 exchange discount applies here as well.
Moto X Force
Moto X Force, the smartphone with a ShatterShield display, has received the biggest discount in the Amazon sale. The Moto X Force 64GB variant is available for Rs. 15,999, a solid Rs. 22,000 shaved off its standard price. In addition to the steep price cut, there’s the Rs. 11,082 exchange discount to make the deal even sweeter. Launched in India in February 2016, the smartphone has a display that the company claims will not crack even if dropped on a slab of concrete; the display panel comes with a 4-year warranty for accidental damage.
LG G6, which competes with the likes of iPhone 7 and Samsung Galaxy S8, can be purchased for Rs. 39,999. This represents a Rs. 12,000 discount over its launch price of Rs. 51,990, which makes it a rather lucrative deal considering the phone was launched just two months ago. And on top of that you get exchange discount of up to Rs. 11,802, Bajaj FinServ no-cost EMI option, and 100GB of free Reliance Jio data. If you are purchasing the handset on credit card EMI, you can get the interest back in the form of Amazon Pay cashback on buying it from Cloudtail India.
The current OnePlus flagship, the OnePlus 3T, does not have any price cuts, but comes with exchange discount of Rs. 11,082. This can bring down the price of the popular handset down to Rs. 18,917, from the standard Rs. 29,999. As the 128GB model is now out of stock in India, a discount on the 64GB variant’s price is the only deal available now. But to make it worth the money, the Amazon sale is giving Rs. 500 in promotional ebook credits for the Kindle users, Rs. 250 cashback as Amazon Pay on logging into your Prime Video account, up to 70 percent discount on OnePlus 3T cases and covers, Bajaj FinServ no-cost EMI option, and 45GB data free for 5 months on Vodafone. As a side note, the smartphone’s successor, the OnePlus 5, will be launched at an event starting 9:30pm IST today.