Diwali Is Coming And So Are The Deals And Sales

Gopal Sathe
Samsung Galaxy Note 9, Samsung Galaxy S9 and OnePlus 7 Pro.

Flipkart’s Big Billion Days sale and Amazon’s Great Indian Festival just ended, but we’re right back in the middle of sales and deal season again, with Diwali around the corner. But with the sheer number of options available, sorting out the really great deals from the products that are discounted by a few rupees can be hard. So we did the work for you. We checked all the top sites to see what’s on offer, and here were some of the best tech deals we found. There are also deals on books, clothes and other categories, but they’re much more subjective, so we’ll just tell you that there are a lot of discounts on Myntra right now. Here, then, are our favorite gadget deals.

Amazon Diwali deals

Looking for a phone? There are some big deals on phones on Amazon, with theOnePlus 7 Pro and the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 both on big discounts. There are also a number of great deals on Sennheiser headphones, and if you’re looking for a noise-cancelling headphone, then you should just go ahead and buy the Sony WH-1000XM3, which is easily one of the best in the category. TCL’s TVs also get big discounts, so check those out as well.

Here are some top picks:

OnePlus 7 Pro

Normally priced at Rs 48,999, the OnePlus 7 Pro is now available forRs 44,999 which is a pretty good deal on what we thought was one of the best phones in terms of performance and design. You can read ourreview here in case you’re ready for an upgrade.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Although the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has been replaced by anew generation, it’s still a very impressive phone, and atRs 41,999 it’s a pretty good deal compared with the usual price of Rs 67,900, according to price tracking website Keepa. 

Sennheiser HD 599 Special Edition

These headphones are possibly the most comfortable to wear for long durations, and the sound quality is excellent. So prepare to be blown away by the discounted price:Rs 8,999. According to Keepa, the headphones normally go for Rs 14,000, and peak at Rs 16,000 so...

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