Prime Day, Amazon’s biggest sale of the year, has arrived in India. The two-day event, which offers exclusive discounts to Prime members only, started at midnight on 26 July and ends 27 July.
Customers can buy the brand new OnePlus Nord, 2 5G in the Prime Day sales. While there isn’t a discount upfront (prices start at ₹29,999), you can save an additional ₹1,000 when you exchange your old phone and save up to ₹20,250.
The Nord 2 launched internationally on 22 July and full sales begin 28 July.
In India, the Nord 2 is available to buy directly from OnePlus in an early access sale for Red Cable members (free to join). You can get the ₹1,000 bonus exchange discount from OnePlus as well, but the handset won’t arrive until the 28 July launch date.
Purchases through Prime however include free next-day delivery, which means you can get it ahead of release day.
Outside the Nord 2 5G, Amazon India’s Prime Day sale includes massive discounts on other top mobile handsets such as:
- Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro Max – ₹3,000 discount, Up to ₹18,700 off with Exchange
- Xiaomi Redmi Note 10S – ₹2,000 discount, Up to ₹13,750 off with Exchange
- Xiaomi Redmi Note 10T – ₹11,000 discount, Up to ₹13,750 off with Exchange
- Xiaomi Mi 10i – ₹4,000 discount, Up to ₹22,250 off with Exchange
- Xiaomi Mi 11X – ₹6,000 discount, Up to ₹24,250 off with Exchange
- Xiaomi Mi 11X Pro – ₹8,000 discount, Up to ₹22,250 off with Exchange
- Vivo IQOO 7 – ₹3,000 off, Up to ₹19,250 off with Exchange
- Samsung Note 20 – ₹31,001 off, Up to ₹19,250 off with Exchange
- Samsung Galaxy M21 (2021) – ₹2,500 off, Up to ₹13,750 off with Exchange – includes 6 months Screen replacement for Prime members
- Oppo A74 5G – ₹3,000 off, Up to ₹16,750 off with Exchange
- Apple iPhone 11 – ₹6,901 off, Up to ₹19,250 off with Exchange
- Apple iPhone 12 Pro – ₹14,000 off, Up to ₹19,250 off with Exchange
Again, these discounts are only available with a Prime membership. Head on over to Amazon to shop the full Prime Day India sale where you can also find huge savings on TVs, appliances, electronics including Amazon’s own Echo, Fire, and Kindle hardware.
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