Amazon Vs Flipkart: Which is Better for Festival Shopping? 12 important things related to online shopping and its disadvantages; know everything here


Posted on 28th Sep 2021 02:48 pm by rohit kumar

The biggest online shopping fair of the year is about to start on Amazon and Flipkart. Amazon has named it the 'Great Indian Festival' sale and Flipkart has named it 'The Big Billion Days sale. Both the sales will start from October 3. In such a situation, you are also going to shop from these e-commerce platforms. Then we are telling you all the things related to this cell.

 

On which platform will it be more profitable to shop? Which banks are offering a discount on shopping? Which categories like Electronics, Gadgets, Home Appliances, Fashion, Smartphones will get how much discount? Knowing all these things one by one...

 

First, let's talk about Flipkart's 'The Big Billion Days' sale...

 

Flipkart is also bringing a 'Pre-Book' sale for its customers. This sale will run from 29 September to 1 October. During this, you will be able to book the product by paying just 1 rupee. The products you book from the sale even today will be guaranteed. In this, to book the product, one has to go to the app or website of Flipkart. Book your favorite product here by paying Rs. You have to make the remaining payment on 3rd October.

 

'The Big Billion Days sale to start from October 3

The sale of Flipkart will start from October 3, which will run till October 10. The company has prepared a page related to the sale, according to which customers of Axis Bank, ICICI Bank will be given an instant discount of 10%. Paytm will also give guaranteed cashback to its customers. All the benefits will be available on both the website and the app. Apart from this, benefits like no-cost EMI, the exchange offer will also be given.

 

There will also be a chance for crazy deals during this sale. This daily will be at 12 AM, 8 AM, and 4 AM. At these three times, you will get a chance to buy products very cheaply. Along with this, the company will also give an opportunity to 'Buy More Save More. That is 5% off on 2 products, 10% off on 5 products, and 10% off on 3 products.

 

Now let's talk about the 'Great Indian Festival' sale starting on Amazon.

 

This Amazon sale will also run from October 3 to 10. The company has prepared a page related to the sale, according to which HDFC Bank customers will be given an instant discount of 10%. Apart from this, benefits like no-cost EMI, the exchange offer will also be given. For customers who have Amazon Prime membership, this sale will start soon.

 

According to Amazon, customers will be able to save up to Rs 5000 during the sale. Amazon coupons will also be available on more than 20 lakh products. Many companies will also launch new products during this sale. 3% reward points will be available on Amazon Pay and ICICI Bank credit cards. You will be able to buy products at No Cost EMI with Bajaj Finserv Card. There will also be an exchange bonus of up to Rs 25,000.

 

Before shopping online, also check offline offers and prices...

 

Many offers are given in the online and offline market regarding Diwali. These offers include many products including phones, electronics, home appliances, gadgets, accessories, fashion wear. However, the offers on online shopping don't need to be always beneficial. Experts also say that offline shopping is better.

 

Ratan Kumar Jain, associated with Delhi Yarn Merchant Association (DYMA), says that customers have to roam many shops to buy from the market. It costs both time and petrol. Whereas, during online shopping, this work is done in a few minutes. The big advantage of shopping from the market is that the product the customer is buying is in front of him. For example, while buying a cloth, he can see both its quality and size. You can also try and see the clothes. This is not the case online. Many online products are not available when you search offline. Because of this, most of the customers go towards online shopping.

 

Omprakash Gupta, associated with the Madhya Pradesh Electric Merchants and Contractors Association, says that when buying a product from the offline market, the shopkeeper is responsible for that product. For example, if there is any defect or other deficiency in it, then it should be removed by hand. Customers who shop online do not get this kind of service. As far as online price is concerned, it can be low on select products, other products always cost more. However, many times the customers do not even try to know the price in the market.

 

Anshul Bansal, the owner of Mangalam Electronics, which sells electronics products, says that the product purchased through online shopping is original, there is not always the security of that. It can be a first copy or even a gray market product. Such customers who buy products online are not able to check that the product they are buying is correct. When such a product requires a warranty, the customer comes to know that it is original and has to worry. Many times the old or second-hand product is sold to the customer.

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