The festive season is here, and the tech giant, Samsung is all set to treat its customers. On the occasion of Christmas, Samsung is providing fantastic cashback offers with Paytm Mall on the selected devices, Galaxy S8, Galaxy Note8, Galaxy S8+, Galaxy J5 Prime, Galaxy C7 Pro, and Galaxy C9 Pro.
To avail the offer you have to make payment of the selected device by the Paytm wallet, for that customer have to visit Samsung outlet, buy the phone and scan the Paytm Mall QR code at the store to make payment. You can also buy the device by going on the Samsung’s E-Shop and then select the “Buy with Paytm” option. The cashback will get transferred into their Paytm wallets automatically. The Christmas Carnival sale has started from December 8, and it will last until December 15.
Samsung is also giving hot deals on the wearable gadgets such as Gear Fit2 Pro and Gear Sport wearable devices which are recently launched on their Samsung shop. Along with there are discounts and deals expected on the Samsung audio accessories, televisions, speakers and other wearable devices.
The South Korean company also partnered with Bajaj FinServ to amaze the customers with the facilities like no-cost EMIs for various tenures from Bajaj Finserv on all eligible products over Rs. 10,000. The MobiKwik users will also enjoy the 10 percent SuperCash discount. Whereas, the Cashify is offering the vast 40 percent of buyback of the device if the customers upgrade their phone with another Samsung phone.
Mr. Sandeep Singh Arora who is the Vice President of Online Business, Samsung India stated that they are happy as the company is spreading the happiness by the week-long sale on the Samsung shop this festive season. Also, exchange offers and EMIs offer are available so that customers can buy their favorite Samsung products.
This is an excellent time if you are willing to switch or upgrade your phone. The company is providing Rs 8000 cashback, and it is a significant discount on their remarkable models. So enjoy the festive vibe and indulge in the shopping spree.