Friday, October 10, 2014

{Updated Deals}* Amazon launches Diwali Dhamaka Week get amazing discounts now

With Diwali around the corner, all the online shopping portals want to grab their bite from this festival season sales. All the major ecommerce stores are giving heavy discounts to attract customers.  Recently Flipkart made a buzz with BigBillionDay Sale, a one day special sale, which had took a bad turn leaving customer angry, due to its poor website performance and some price rigging complaints.
Starting today Amazon launched its DiwaliDhamaka offers, with new deals daily for the next week till October 16.  Amazon started pitching this sale for a week now, it’s time for us to wait and see how this anticipated sale turn out to be.
In addition to the massive discounts by Amazon HDFC Debit and Credit card users can receive 10% Cash back (no minimum purchase require) of maximum Rs. 2500. This Offer is valid till 15th Oct 2014
Make this Diwali more memorable with amazing shopping indulgences and huge offers. Avail big discounts on your favourite accessories, apparels, utensils and electronics and every other article from the biggest online shopping dhamaka site with amazing Amazon Diwali Offers. Here are few deals to make sure that your shopping is enjoyable and also auspicious this year, avail Amazon India Diwali Offers 2014.

Click here to visit the offers page, coupons will be applied automatically. 

Amazon Diwali Dhama Offers sale discount

According to a recent study by Associated Chambers of Commerce & Industry ofIndia(ASSOCHAM), “Online shopping may increase by 350% during Diwali as against the jump of 200% in August-September as a result shopping malls have started feeling jittery as the footfalls in malls is likely to go down by 50-55%
During Diwali, Online shopping estimated to cross Rs. 10,000 crore. The online retailing to see the biggest flip ever in the history, going forward this trend will not only continue but it will grow by leaps and bounds. “At present the market is estimated at Rs. 12,000 crore and could cross Rs. 1,00,000 cr. a year in India over the next three to four years”