Flipkart Super Value Week: Google Pixel 2 available for an effective price of Rs 10,999

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If you’re a Google Pixel 2 admirer, then, you must know about this mind-blowing offer on this Google smartphone at Flipkart. The much-loved flagship smartphone usually costs around Rs 70,000 for 128GB variant. But Flipkart is giving an exclusive flat discount, cashback and buyback value, which reduces its effective price to Rs 10,999. This is a deal you must not miss if you are planning to upgrade to Pixel 2.

When it comes to smartphone sales, Flipkart gives mind-blowing discounts, exchange values, and value-added services during its festival sale days. While there might not be any festival sale coming around, Flipkart indeed has something better for users looking to buy mobile phones in India.

How does this effective price for Google Pixel 2 works?

The original cost of Google Pixel 2 is Rs 70,000. After a flat discount of Rs 9,001, the cost comes down to Rs 60,999. If you’re purchasing the handset using HDFC cards, then, you’re entitled to an Rs 8,000 cashback. Now the cost of ownership comes down to Rs 52,999.

Let this be known that irrespective of the nature of HDFC card, the credit or debit, and the transactions – EMI or Non-EMI. The user purchasing the handset on Flipkart using HDFC card will receive the cashback.  

Further, you must purchase the Buyback Guarantee Policy at Rs 199 along with the phone to assure the buyback value of Rs 42,000 after 6-8 months. What’s more interesting is that this offer can be availed for all the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL variants. For instance, the Pixel 2 XL 128GB variant effective price will be at Rs 11,999.

Click here on this link to buy the Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL at this effective price.  

Drop us a line if you’re going to purchase the Google Pixel 2 or Pixel 2XL at Flipkart.

Vishal Toshiwal
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