Flipkart Big Billion Days Sale: Samsung Galaxy S22+, Galaxy S21 FE 5G Available With Up To 57% Off

Samsung is offering discounts of up to 57% on its premium and flagship smartphones during the upcoming Flipkart Big Billion Days 2022 sale. Handsets like the Galaxy S21 FE 5G, Galaxy S22+, Galaxy F13 and Galaxy F23 5G will be available with up to 57% off during the holiday season. The Flipkart Big Billion Days 2022 sale will start on September 23 and end on September 30. The 8-day sale will kick off on the same day as its rival e-commerce company’s Amazon Great Indian Festival 2022 sale.

Samsung smartphone deal at Flipkart Big Billion Days 2022 sale

It’s worth noting that Samsung hasn’t explicitly mentioned which variants will be available with discounts. The company says the offers can be used during Flipkart’s Big Billion Days sale. Deals on Galaxy S22+ and Galaxy F23 are live ahead of sale. Galaxy S21 FE 5G deals will be live on September 19 and Galaxy F13 deals will be available on September 22 for Flipkart Plus consumers.

Samsung has announced that consumers can avail a 57% discount on the purchase of the Galaxy S21 FE 5G at a net effective price of Rs. 31,999 (including bank offers). There is also an exchange offer of up to Rs. 24,000 and additional Rs. 5,000 on some models. At the time of writing, the Galaxy S21 FE 5G price in India for the 8GB RAM + 128GB storage variant is listed as Rs. 49,999 (MRP: Rs. 74,999).

The Samsung Galaxy S22+ can be had for Rs. 59,999 after cumulative discount. The smartphone with 8GB RAM + 128GB storage is listed at a price of Rs. 69,999 and the 8GB RAM + 256GB storage version is listed at a price of Rs. 88,999 on Flipkart. The MRP of these phones is Rs. 1,01,999 and Rs. 1,05,999.

The Samsung Galaxy F23 5G, which is currently listed at a price of Rs. 13,499 (MRP: 23,999), can be purchased for Rs. 10,999. Similarly, the Galaxy F13 will be available at a price of Rs. 8,499. 64GB storage model of the phone is currently listed priced at Rs. 11,999 on Flipkart.

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