In order to cash in on the festive season, the online shopping portal Flipkart has started its “Big Billion Day” Sale from 8 am today. Flipkart's Big Billion Day sale will run till 10th October. The date for the sale to begin 6/10 gains significance as 610 was the flat room number from which Sachin & Binny Bansal started Flipkart in 2007.
There are multiple attractive deals in different buckets like Steal Deals, Limited Stock Offers, Save More, Upcoming Deals & Partner Offers. There would also be Lucky Draws every hour.
Heavy discounts are being offered on smartphones and laptops. Nokia Lumia 525 offered at 90% discount, went out of stock within a couple of mins. Samsung Galaxy Tabs & Kodak Cameras were also sold out within minutes of opening the sale. Today we will also see the launch of brands like Alcatel OneTouch Fire C and Lenovo Vibe Z2, exclusively on Flipkart. Some of the good deals on offer with the starting prices available on different sites at 12 pm today, are shown below:
There is a big disclaimer attached to the items purchased as part of the Big Billion Day sale. Flipkart has already conveyed that there will be no refunds or cancellations for the items purchased as part of the Big Billion Day sale.
Within a couple of hours of the sale going live, there has been an outcry on the social media sites like Twitter due to lots of products throwing up errors on the face of immense traffic on the website. Numerous products have already sold out.
What do you make of the sale? Is it an attractive marketing plan? We would love to hear your thoughts in the comments below
Shrinidhi Hande2014-10-19 < Reply
To buy a product you don't need, even at 99% discount means you're wasting 1% money
Subodh Kumar Sharma2014-10-12 < Reply
It was fake to attract more customers. They could have done a better job.
harpreetkaur2014-10-11 < Reply
I like this post on Flipkart. I still like shopping from there but it was a bad experience on that day.
shroff2014-10-06 < Reply
SCAM ! Prices of most have been increased and then slashed by 40% . In Amazon the prices are far far cheap than flikart