Samsung Black Friday Sales 2022 Starts Today: Huge Discounts on the Galaxy S22 Series, the Galaxy Z Flip3, and Other Items, Read To Know More

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The date of the next Black Friday sale in India have been made public by Samsung, and they are scheduled to run from November 24 to November 28. The business will slash the prices of the Galaxy S22 series, Galaxy S21 FE, Galaxy Z Flip3, and other gadgets during the Black Friday sale. During this time there will be additional discounts and promotional offers on a wide range of goods.

State Bank of India, Axis Bank, Kotak Bank, ICICI Bank, and HDFC Bank are among the banks with whom the corporation has collaborated to provide additional benefits to customers on goods purchased during the sale period. Buyers can expect higher savings on debit and credit card purchases as well as EMI purchase promotions.

Samsung Black Friday Sales 2022: Discounts On Smartphones, Tablets and Other Accessories

The price cut on the Galaxy S22 series will be one of the biggest offers at the event. Samsung has indicated that the Galaxy S22 range will be priced under ₹60,000, which is currently advertised for ₹67,999. On the other hand, the Galaxy S22+ and Galaxy S22 Ultra will be priced higher.

This year’s Galaxy Z Flip 4, which usually sells for ₹89,999, will be priced at ₹80,999 including any bank discounts during the sale. The Galaxy Z Fold 4 will also be given a discount of ₹10,000 and will include a bank discount too.

The Galaxy Z Flip 3, which was released last year, will also have a cheaper price tag.

The Galaxy S21 FE is one of those bargains that are already live and can be bought for ₹32,999. But if buyers buy it using the Samsung Shop app, they can get it for ₹31,999 and get ₹1,000 app credit.

Additionally, Galaxy tablets will start at ₹13,499 on sale. The price of the Galaxy Watch4 LTE will start at ₹14,649. In addition, discounts on TVs, washing machines, microwaves, as well as other accessories will also be available.

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