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Samsung Carnival on Amazon offers up to Rs. 8,000 cashback as Amazon Pay balance

E-commerce platform Amazon is now hosting the Samsung Carnival on Amazon, offering Amazon Pay cash backs and lucrative offers on Samsung mobiles as well as other appliances. The carnival is live from 5 March to 8 March.

Under the Samsung Carnival on Amazon, you will get discounted prices as well as Amazon Pay cashback of up to Rs. 8,000 on select Samsung smartphones. Apart from that, there are discounts of up to 35% on TV sets and up to 25% discounts on large appliances. Here are the details of the offers available on Samsung Carnival on Amazon.

Samsung Carnival on Amazon cashbacks

Samsung Carnival on Amazon

While not all the devices are getting the cash back, the offer is available on devices from each price segment. To start with, the flagship Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is priced at Rs. 59,000 (MRP Rs. 67,900) and you also get Rs. 8,000 cashback as Amazon Pay balance.

The Samsung Galaxy A8+ is also selling for Rs. 28,990 (MRP Rs. 32,990) and includes Rs. 4,000 as Amazon Pay cashback. Other than these devices, the Samsung GalaxyOn7 Prime (64GB) is priced at Rs. 12,990 (MRP Rs. 14,990) and gets you a cashback of Rs. 2,000 and the 32GB model of the device sells for Rs. 10,000 (MRP Rs. 12,990) with Rs. 2,000 as Amazon Pay Cashback.

Other Samsung smartphones on the Samsung Carnival

The Samsung Carnival on Amazon includes other devices from the company too. These devices do not get the Amazon Pay cashback but are available at discounted price with offers. In the sale, you can get the Samsung On7 Pro for Rs. (MRP Rs. 9,890) and the On5 Pro for Rs. 6,490 (MRP Rs. 7,990).

The Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime is also priced at Rs. 13,900 and gets extra Rs. 1,500 off on exchange along with No Cost EMI option. The Samsung Galaxy J7 Pro is also selling for Rs. 18,900 (MRP Rs. 22,300) again with Rs. 1550 extra off on exchange and No Cost EMI. The Samsung Galaxy J5 also gets the same offer.


Abhishek Bhatnagar

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