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Samsung Christmas Sale Starts Friday With Deals on Mobiles, Paytm Mall Cashback Announced – NDTV

Samsung Christmas Sale Starts Friday With Deals on Mobiles, Paytm Mall Cashback Announced – NDTV

Samsung India has partnered with Paytm Mall to offer cashback up to Rs. 8,000 on its range of Galaxy smartphones. This partnership is a part of Samsung Shop’s Christmas Carnival that will take place from December 8-15.

To avail the cashback, consumers have to visit select Samsung outlets, choose the Samsung Galaxy smartphone of their choice, scan the Paytm Mall QR code at the store, check product details and corresponding offers online, and pay the phone’s price. Cashback will automatically be transferred into their Paytm wallet on successful purchase. The offer is valid only for select devices – Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy S8+, Galaxy S8, Galaxy C9 Pro, Galaxy C7 Pro, and Galaxy J5 Prime.

Apart from Paytm Mall’s cashback offer, Samsung will also be running offers on its Samsung Shop. Newly launched products such as Gear Fit2 Pro and Gear Sport wearable devices will be available and deals on a range of Samsung mobiles, speakers, audio accessories, wearable devices, and televisions are also expected.

Additionally, Samsung India has partnered with Bajaj FinServ to provide no-cost EMIs for multiple tenures from Bajaj Finserv on all eligible products above Rs. 10,000. Cashify is also offering a buyback of up to 40 percent value of the device when the customer upgrades to the next Samsung device. MobiKwik wallet users will also get 10 percent SuperCash discount. Users can also get a Rs. 8,000 cashback if they purchase a Samsung Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, or Galaxy Note 8 using their Paytm wallet.

“We are happy to spread the joy this festival season with a week-long sale on the Samsung Shop. During the sale, we will have exciting offers, EMI and exchange schemes that will allow consumers to purchase and enjoy their favourite Samsung product,” Mr. Sandeep Singh Arora, Vice President, Online Business, Samsung India, said.

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