On the eve of Diwali, a lot of deals are slowly starting to fire up, while many others are fizzling down. You need not worry for you may find a good phone for yourself or to gift it to a dear one. Here are today’s hand-picked deals from different sites. Unfortunately, the popular Bank cardholders may not get attractive discounts. However, the discounted listing prices are still better than paying the full amount. Also Read - Flipkart, Amazon sale: Discounts on mobile phones, Smart TVs and more
Apple iPhone 8 (64GB+2GB RAM)
Deal Price: Rs 46,499
MRP: Rs 59,900
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Apple iPhone 8 is the last iPhone model sporting a Home button with Touch ID integrated. You can buy it for Rs 46,499 from Paytm Mall provided you use an AXIS Bank’s debit or credit card for 10 percent discount, and select the ‘IPH9500’ promo code to avail Rs 9,500 as wallet cashback. The special price applies only to the Gold variant. Also Read - Flipkart Big Savings Days sale begins for Plus users: Top 5 smartphones deals
Samsung Galaxy S9 (128GB+4GB)
Deal Price: Rs 45,900
MRP: Rs 61,900
Massive 128GB storage on the Galaxy S9 is also quite fast, thanks to the UFS 2.1 standard support. The phone is selling for Rs 45,900 on Patym Mall, and you need to use an AXIS bank card to get a 10 percent discount after choosing the ‘SAM16K’ promo code. That code will award you Rs 16,000 cashback in your Paytm wallet.
Honor 10 (128GB+6GB)
Deal Price: Rs 24,999
MRP: Rs 35,999
Honor 10 is possibly the only smartphone that has a notch and a physical home button on the front. The phone is up for grabs at Rs 24,999 from Flipkart. You can go for an exchange offer for a further discount. Alternatively, you can purchase a buyback guarantee worth Rs 199 to avail an assured Rs 12,500 discount on exchanging the phone in less than eight months.
Oppo F9 (64GB+4GB RAM)
Deal Price: Rs 14,242
MRP: Rs 21,990
Oppo’s waterdrop notch flaunting F9 boasts a combination of 16-megapixel+2-megapixel dual rear cameras, and a stylish glass-metal design. Buy this phone for Rs 14,242 from Paytm Mall after using an AXIS bank card for a 10 percent discount. Select the ‘MOBFESTIVE15’ promo code to get Rs 2,849 cashback in your Patym wallet.
Vivo X21 (128GB+6GB)
Deal Price: Rs 24,691
MRP: Rs 36,990
The Vivo X21 gives you a peek into the future with its in-display fingerprint scanner. The X21 is yet another edge-to-edge screen and a notch bearing phone that is selling for an attractive price of Rs 24,691. To get that price, you need to use an AXIS Bank card for an additional 10 percent discount after choosing the ‘MOBFESTIVE15’ promo code to get Rs 4,799 as cashback.
Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 (64GB+4GB RAM)
Deal Price: Rs 10,999
MRP: Rs 12,999
Competitive hardware packing Zenfone Max Pro M1 nearly got Asus an award for assigning a long phone model name. Jokes apart, the Zenfone Max Pro M1 is one heck of a device that packs 5,000mAh battery, and delivers a near-stock Android experience. You can grab this phone for Rs 10,999 from Flipkart, and avail further discount by exchanging an old but working phone.
Moto Z2 Play (64GB+4GB RAM)
Deal Price: Rs 14,885
MRP: Rs 20,500
Merely 7.6mm thick, the Moto Z2 Play has an aluminum unibody design, and supports the Moto Mods. The ultra-slim profile of this phone is reminiscent of the legendary RAZR line. If that interests you, then grab a Z2 Play for Rs 14,885 from Amazon India. Providing a working phone in exchange will further bring down the price.
Honor 7S (16GB+2GB RAM)
Deal Price: Rs 5,999
MRP: Rs 8,999
Whether you want to gift someone a pocket-friendly smartphone or need one as a backup, the Honor 7S is a worthy contender. The phone runs Android 8.1 Oreo, and boasts a 13-megapixel camera. Flipkart is selling this phone for Rs 5,999 without using any cards or strings attached.
Disclaimer: Paytm caps the maximum discount limit to Rs 2,500 on the AXIS Bank Credit or Debit cards. If you are going for the exchange offers, make sure to check whether the exchange valuation is reasonable enough.
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