Amazon sells bumper at Great Indian Festival sale, breaks record, best-selling smartphone

E-commerce company (Amazon) has earned more than expected due to the current situation from ‘Amazon Great Indian Festival Sale’ in the festive season. In this Mahasale, the company sold all the products to consumers with attractive offers and big discounts.

At the same time, the first day of the sale was named after Apple’s iPhone 11. Please tell that with the huge sales of Apple iPhone 11, Amgen’s cell is considered to be the biggest opening ever.

iPhone 11 sales
According to Amazon, the sale of iPhones 11 in the Great Indian Festival Sale was more than the total iPhones sold in the entire festive season sale last year. Smartphones and large devices are among the best-selling categories this year. At the same time, consumers took advantage of the no-cost EMI this season and bought more and more products.

Company gets 91% new consumers from small cities

According to Amazon India, 91 percent of new consumers from small cities have bought products from the e-commerce platform. At the same time, in 48 hours, 98.4 percent of the consumers already registered with the PIN code purchased from the Great Indian Festival Sale. The company said that 66 percent of the new Prime Members have also made a big purchase from SAIL.

Two and a half times more sales of these products in SAIL
In this Mahacel of Amazon, many big electronic devices of big companies like Smartphone, One Plus, Samsung, Apple and Geomi have been sold. Over 1100 new products of these smartphone companies have been sold in the cell indiscriminately. According to the company, on October 16, more than one lakh consumers bought the Amazon Echo device in the sale of Prime Members. At the same time, this year’s cell has increased by two and a half times as compared to last year’s sale.

600 million sales from no-cost EMI
Amazon said that more than 32 percent of the sellers made their biggest sales this year. During the Great Indian Festival Sale, more than 1.1 lakh sellers have received orders, of which 66 per cent were from Tier-2 and Tier-3 cities. The company said that products worth more than Rs 600 crore have been purchased in this cell at no-cost EMI. Two out of every three consumers chose the EMI option for purchase.