Black Friday Deals You Can't Miss
Also, according to Google Trends, the interest for Black Friday is rising every year.
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With the holiday season officially kicking off in the United States, popular Indian e-Commerce sites such as Amazon, Jabong, Flipkart and eBay have also started the promotions, but the Black Friday deals in the US are worth cashing in on. Also, according to Google Trends, the interest for Black Friday is rising every year. We bring you some of the best Black Friday deals.
Apple is offering gifts cards to customers who purchase select products and have excluded the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, Apple Watch Series 2 and MacBook Pros from this deal.
Meanwhile, eBay India is offering Apple iPhone 6s (16GB variant) for Rs 49, 439, iPhone 5s (32 GB) for Rs 25,700 and HTC One M9 for Rs 24,999.
Buying wired headphones is a safe bet and you may also not have to care about the warranty as much. With the Black Friday deals you can save up to Rs 10,000-20,000 even after paying the duty at the Indian customs department.
Tablets and laptops
The Surface Pro 4 variant is up for grabs for $799 from the original $999 price for the 4GB RAM+128GB storage with Intel core i5 processor.
Amazon Kindle Paperwhite is up for sale at $99, which translates roughly into Rs 6,600. Book lovers would love this offer as the device is available for around Rs 11,000 in India.
The Anker Classic Portable Wireless Bluetooth Speaker is up for grabs for $35 at Amazon.com sans shipping costs, though buying speakers is a bit riskier than headphones.
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