Paytm Mall to spend Rs. 200 cr. more on gifts

Andrew Cummings
September 21, 2017

Like Amazon, Flipkart's biggest online shopping sale - the Big Billion Days - is being held from 20th September to 24th September to enable its customers to shop for all their favorite products at best prices. In this offer include products are Samsung, Apple, Oppo, LG, Sony, Vivo, Lenovo, HP, Puma, Philips, JBL, Lee, Allen Solly, Pepe, Levi's Vero Moda, Van Heusen, Killer, Catwalk, Action, Skechers, Woodland, Crocs, Red Tape, Timex, Lavie, Safari, Bagggit and Caprese among others. On top of this discount are exchange offers on old laptops.

Paytm Mall, owned by Paytm E-commerce Pvt Ltd is hosting the Mera Cashback Sale from September 20 on its first festive season.


Amazon announced its Great Indian Festival sale from September 21-24. If you are an Amazon Prime member, you can enjoy exclusive deals before non-Prime members. So, now PayTM will be way behind it. PayTM also came up with their new "Mera Cashback Sale", where you can reddem so many offers with great discount as well as you will be getting additional cash back of up to Rs. 20,000 on different laptop brands. The Paytm Mall says that it is offering the total of Rs 501 crores worth of cashback during the sale. Under the offer, Apple iPhone 7 is priced at Rs 47,499 against the actual price i.e. Rs 56,200 while Apple iPhone 7 Plus is priced at Rs 67,999 which otherwise costs Rs 76,200.

But this doesn't end here, in addition Paytm Mall will also be offering 100 percent cashback to 25 lucky phone buyers everyday, during the sale period.


Besides cashback in the Mera Cashback Sale on Paytm Mall, customers also have more and more to gain.

A cashback is a reward that is paid as a percentage of money earned by customers when they purchase on Paytm or Paytm Mall.


Amit Sinha, Chief Operating Officer - Paytm Mall said, "Our limited period Flash Sale will bring handpicked products with incredible cashback offers". It is for the first time that Flipkart has introduced an offer where consumers have the option to choose EMIs on debit cards across top banks in India.

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