Flipkart Mobiles Bonanza Sale Is Now Live, to Go On Till February 28: Best Smartphone Deals

Walmart-owned e-commerce giant Flipkart has announced a new Mobiles Bonanza sale that starts today and will go on till the end of the month, on February 28. The Flipkart Mobiles Bonanza sale will bring attractive discounts on smartphones from leading brands along with other bank offers, exchange offers, and no-cost EMI options. Smartphones from brands like Apple, Motorola, Poco, Samsung, Realme, Xiaomi, and other brands will see heavy discounts during the Flipkart Mobile Bonanza sale.

During the Flipkart Mobiles Bonanza, buyers can avail extra discounts on ICICI Bank card and EMI transactions. ICICI band credit card holders and Bank of Baroda Mastercard debit card holders will get an extra 10 percent off on their purchase. Some of the smartphones that are seeing great discounts are Xiaomi Mi 10T series, Samsung Galaxy F41, Vivo V20, Motorola Razr 5G, Poco X3, Realme Narzo 20 Pro, Realme 7 Pro, Redmi 9i, Redmi 9 Prime, Realme C15, iPhone 11, iPhone XR, and more.

One of the most heavy discount is on the Motorola Razr 5G foldable smartphone that is being sold at a price of Rs 99,999 as against its sticker price of Rs 1,24,999. Further, ICICI Bank Credit Card users will be able to avail an extra Rs 1,000 discount. The Samsung Galaxy F41 is being sold at Rs 15,499, a Rs 1,500 discount over its Rs 16,999 sticker price. The Vivo V20 (2020) 256GB storage variant is also discounted by Rs 3,000 and is listed at Rs 24,990 during the Mobile Bonanza sale. Further, the Poco X3 is priced at a Rs 1,500 discount as well from tis Rs 16,999 pricetag and is being sold at a price of Rs 14,499.

The newly-launched Samsung Galaxy F62 is also being sold with offers during the Flipkart Mobiles Bonanza sale, with a Rs 2,500 instant cashback on transactions with ICICI Bank cards and EMI transactions. iPhone 11 is being sold at Rs 49,999 along with an addition 10 percent off on ICICI Bank credit cards and first time Bank of Baroda Mastercard debit card transactions.


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