Poco Cricket Carnival Sale Brings Discounts on Poco C31, M4 Pro, F3 GT and more

Poco India is offering up to Rs 2,000 discount as part of the ongoing sale.

Poco Cricket Carnival

Poco India is offering discounts on a range of devices as a part of the Poco Cricket Carnival Sale. The company is offering up to Rs 2000 discount on the Poco M4 Pro and the Poco M4 Pro 5G. The company is also offering a Rs 500 flat discount on the purchase of the Poco C31 and the Poco M3 Pro 5G. Along with these offers, buyers can also avail a Google Nest Hub (2nd gen) and a Google Nest mini at just Rs 4999 and Rs 1,999 respectively.

The Poco Cricket Carnival sale is already live on Flipkart and these discounts will be applicable till the 10th of April. Let us take a closer look at the Poco Cricket Carnival sale deals and discounts.

Poco M4 Pro 5G and Poco M4 Offer: Up to Rs 2,000 Off

Poco India is offering a flat Rs 1,000 discount on all variants of the Poco M4 Pro 5G and the Poco M4 Pro. Additionally, HDFC Bank Card users can avail of another Rs 1,000 discount on the purchase of the Poco M4 Pro series devices.

Including these discounts, the base variant of the Poco M4 Pro and the Poco M4 Pro 5G can be purchased at Rs 12,999.

Poco C31 Offer: Up to Rs 1,000 Off

The Poco C31 is available at a flat Rs 500 discount. Additionally, Poco India is offering another Rs 500 discount with payments made through Debit or Credit cards. With these discounts, the base variant of the Poco C31 can be purchased for Rs 7,499, including a total discount of Rs 1,000.

Poco M3 Pro Offer: Flat Rs 500 Off

Similar to the Poco C31, the Poco M3 Pro is available at a Rs 500 discount. With this discount, the base variant of the device is available at Rs 14,499. The Rs 500 discount is applicable on all three variants of the Poco M3 Pro.

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