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Amazon to hold festive sale during Oct 1-5

This year's festive sales may be impacted by recent DIPP guidelines barring e-commerce players from doling out discounts

Amazon.in will flag off its 'Great Indian Festival' sale from October 1, a day ahead of rivals and Snapdeal.

"These marathon 120 hours of the event mark our continuing commitment to work closely with our partners and together bring the biggest sale yet for our customers, with the best ever shopping experience powered by Prime," India VP and Country Head Amit Agarwal said.

and will host their sales between October 2-6. According to analysts, this year's festive sales may be impacted by recent guidelines by the Department Of Industrial Policy & Promotion that bar e-commerce players from doling out discounts.

The players have been investing significantly to ramp up delivery and logistics capabilities to meet the surge in demand during the festive season.

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Amazon to hold festive sale during Oct 1-5

This year's festive sales may be impacted by recent DIPP guidelines barring e-commerce players from doling out discounts

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

Amazon boxes are seen stacked for delivery
Amazon boxes are seen stacked for delivery

Amazon.in will flag off its 'Great Indian Festival' sale from October 1, a day ahead of rivals and Snapdeal.

"These marathon 120 hours of the event mark our continuing commitment to work closely with our partners and together bring the biggest sale yet for our customers, with the best ever shopping experience powered by Prime," India VP and Country Head Amit Agarwal said.

and will host their sales between October 2-6. According to analysts, this year's festive sales may be impacted by recent guidelines by the Department Of Industrial Policy & Promotion that bar e-commerce players from doling out discounts.

The players have been investing significantly to ramp up delivery and logistics capabilities to meet the surge in demand during the festive season.

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Amazon to hold festive sale during Oct 1-5

This year's festive sales may be impacted by recent DIPP guidelines barring e-commerce players from doling out discounts

This year's festive sales may be impacted by recent DIPP guidelines barring e-commerce players from doling out discounts
Amazon.in will flag off its 'Great Indian Festival' sale from October 1, a day ahead of rivals and Snapdeal.

"These marathon 120 hours of the event mark our continuing commitment to work closely with our partners and together bring the biggest sale yet for our customers, with the best ever shopping experience powered by Prime," India VP and Country Head Amit Agarwal said.

and will host their sales between October 2-6. According to analysts, this year's festive sales may be impacted by recent guidelines by the Department Of Industrial Policy & Promotion that bar e-commerce players from doling out discounts.

The players have been investing significantly to ramp up delivery and logistics capabilities to meet the surge in demand during the festive season.
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