OnePlus 8 series sale
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OnePlus has finally announced the sale date of the OnePlus 8 series in India through its Red Cable Club. The OnePlus 8, 8 Pro can be purchased in India from May 29 onwards across all channels.

Further, the pop-up bundle will open up for an exclusive sale for Red Cable Club members on May 28, starting at Rs 45,999.

Moreover, you will be able to purchase the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro for Rs 39,999 (~ $530) and Rs 51,999 (~ $690) respectively after applying the SBI credit card offer.

OnePlus 8 series sale offers in India

  1. INR 3000/- instant discount on OnePlus 8 Pro 5G and INR 2000 instant discount on OnePlus 8 5G on purchase using SBI credit cards.
  2. Up to 12 months, no-cost EMI across Oneplus.in and Amazon.in on purchase using popular bank debit and credit cards. Additionally, users can avail up to 12 months of no-cost EMI across all online and offline channels on purchase using SBI credit cards.
  3. With Bajaj Finance, users can now purchase the devices at one-third of the total value, while paying the remaining amount at low monthly installments over the course of 12 months.
  4. Benefits worth INR 6000/- including INR 150/- off on 40 prepaid recharges of INR 349/- with Jio.
  5. Red Cable Club members get flat 10% off on the screen protection plan on the purchase of OnePlus 8 series 5G.
via: OnePlus Red Cable Club

It must be noted that the Pop Up Bundle is a limited series that you can purchase with invite codes only. The company says, “more information on the invite codes coming soon.”

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