OnePlus buying guide: with big discounts, now is the right time to get OnePlus 9, Nord 2 or OnePlus TV U1S 55 inch


It’s that time of year when gadgets are sold at great discounts. OnePlus also has a number of deals and discounts on almost all of its products. So if you are planning to buy a OnePlus smartphone or a OnePlus Smart TV, or even OnePlus TWS, then this might be the right time.

From OnePlus smartphones to OnePlus smart TVs and wearable devices, these sales offer huge initial discounts, trade-in offers, and other deals across the entire OnePlus ecosystem. So, now might be the right time to get your hands on the OnePlus device you’ve been dreaming of.

A good example of the money to be saved with these deals is the OnePlus 9 series. Customers can get an initial discount of Rs 4,000 on the OnePlus 9 Pro and Rs 3,000 each on the OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9R during the end of year holiday sales.

These discounts can be used from October 2 to November 5 through a wide range of channels. Some of them include, OnePlus Store App, OnePlus Experience Centers,,, Reliance Digital, Croma, Vijay Sales, and other online and offline outlets.

Similar offers can be found for products across the OnePlus ecosystem. The OnePlus Buds Pro and the OnePlus Watch, for example, will both be available with a bank discount of up to Rs 1,000 for some bank customers. OnePlus smart TVs will be on sale with a reduced price of up to Rs 4,000.

But enough discounts until. Let’s see what specific deals stand out, and as you read on, keep in mind that it’s usually hard to find big discounts and deals on OnePlus products. This is another reason why now is a good time to get a OnePlus product.

The OnePlus 9R, OnePlus 9 shine brightly

This premium and yet relatively affordable smartphone is the start of the show when it comes to discounts and offers this holiday season. It can be purchased for Rs 34,999, once the bank offers it – HDFC Bank card holders get an instant Rs 2,000 discount on Amazon India – while its usual price is 39,999 Rs. At Rs 34,999, with its own Oxygen operating system, a great design and sleek look, and powerful hardware with Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 at the heart of it, the OnePlus 9R is a steal in the current sale. .

In fact, there are similar discounts on other OnePlus phones as well. The OnePlus Nord 2 comes in at Rs 28,499 after bank discounts, bringing the phone to its lowest price since launch.

And those discounts come before the trade-in bonus, which has also been made more lucrative by OnePlus during this festive season. There is up to Rs 4000 trade bonus on various OnePlus phones.

If all discounts are applied, the OnePlus 9 can be purchased at a price of Rs 39,999 as it enjoys an instant discount of Rs 7,000 with banking offer. This before any exchange offer is applied.

Likewise, the OnePlus 9 Pro arrives at Rs 57,999 after a discount of Rs 7,000 on its MRP. At this price point, the OnePlus 9 Pro is arguably the best-value Android flagship.

While currently banking offers are available from HDFC Bank, similar offers can also be used by State Bank of India customers from October 4 to November 5 on

A 40-inch TV for Rs 20,000

Just like phones, OnePlus smart TVs are also on sale. The two that stand out are the 40-inch OnePlus TV Y1 and the 55-inch OnePlus TV U1S.

The 40 inch Y1S TV can be purchased for a price of around Rs 20,000 from the OnePlus website after an instant discount of Rs 2,000 applied through the ICICI Bank offer. The U1S TV, which belongs to the premium range of televisions, can be purchased in its 55-inch variant for Rs 46,999 after an instant discount of Rs 3,000 as part of the banking offer.

On TVs, the sale will last until November 5 on the OnePlus India website.

The banking offers include instant discounts of up to Rs 5,000 for users of Kotak and ICICI banks through November 15th. No-cost EMI options up to 9 months are also available to buyers.

OnePlus Band and Buttons

OnePlus also offers the sale of accessories and smart bracelets. Although, of course, the discounts are more conservative with these products given that they are already offered at very aggressive prices.

Those who want to buy the OnePlus watch can get a discount of Rs 1000 by using Kotak or ICICI bank cards during the sale. Offers for the respective banks will be available until November 14.

Customers can also get an instant 10% bank discount on the OnePlus Watch when shopping on with HDFC banking transactions between October 2 and October 10.

A discount of Rs 600 is also available on the OnePlus Smart Band, while the OnePlus Band Steven Harrington Edition gets a discount of Rs 300 on, OnePlus Experience stores, and some offline partner stores.

OnePlus TWS Earphones

OnePlus audio accessories, including the OnePlus Buds Pro, OnePlus Buds and Bullets Wireless Z, are also on sale during the holiday sales. The Buds Pro are available with the same deals we mentioned with the OnePlus watch above.

The OnePlus Buds, on the other hand, are available at a discount of Rs 991 on, OnePlus Experience stores,, and some offline partner stores. A discount of Rs 200 is also available on the OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z Bass Edition.

Other OnePlus offers

There are also discounts on other OnePlus products. OnePlus Power Bank, for example, will retail at a discount of Rs 200 on, OnePlus experience stores,, and some offline partner stores during the sales period. Buyers can also get 20% off its OnePlus Care plan for the OnePlus Nord CE, OnePlus Nord 2, OnePlus 9R, OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9Pro.

OnePlus also offers an accidental damage protection plan, a screen protection plan and an extended warranty plan of up to 15% on these smartphones until November 4, 2021.

The OnePlus Red Cable Care plan, initially priced at Rs 1,499, is available for Rs 999 upon sale. In addition, members who are already Red Cable Club members can save up to 2% on OnePlus smartphones available with RedCoins on and OnePlus Store App.


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