Overcart, an online marketplace for unboxed and refurbished products, is the latest company to join the festive frenzy as it announces a three-day Over The Top sale, starting from October 29. During the sale, the company will offer mobile phones for as low as Rs 99 and laptops starting from Rs 6,499. Also Read - Overcart site goes down ahead of OTT festive sale that promised mobile phones for as low as Rs 99Also Read - OnePlus One 64GB unboxed units to go on sale via Overcart today for Rs 16,999 at 2:30PM, but should you buy one?
The company has revealed that it will host mini-flash sales, it calls #thunderdeals, on all the three days. It has also categorized the products that will be on sale on a particular day. On October 29, the company will have deals on budget smartphones with prices starting from Rs 99. There will also be deals on Xiaomi and Motorola smartphones. Also Read - OnePlus One 64GB to go on sale for Rs 16,999, but there's a catch
On October 30, the focus will be on mid-range smartphones from the likes of Lenovo and Motorola. The sale will also include laptops, with prices for refurbished laptops starting from Rs 6,499. The final day will see premium smartphones on sale, with special deals on devices from Asus.
Overcart has kept much of the details under wraps, and will only reveal more on October 29. In the meantime it is asking users to register to get notifications on deals beforehand.
The current festive season is seeing e-commerce players in the country doing everything to take advantage of the shopping frenzy. The first wave sales are over, and companies like Amazon India have kicked off a second wave of sales.
The response this year seems to be much higher than last year, with companies seeing record levels of sale. Amazon India reveals that it saw sales quadruple compared to last year. Flipkart too recorded similar levels of sales, revealing that it had sold over $200 million of mobile phones during its five day sale. Snapdeal too reveals that it has seen a near 700 percent growth in sales this year, and is selling about six mobile phones every second.