LeEco Epic 919 SuperFans festival kicks off at midnight on Sept. 19
LeEco Epic 919 SuperFans festival kicks off at midnight on Sept. 19Facebook / LeEco

Following the success of Epic 919 SuperFans Festival in China, LeEco has decided to treat its Indian fans the same way as it did in its home country. The 24-hour Epic 919 sale will begin on Sept. 19 on LeMall.com and Flipkart with discounts, prizes and offers on its entire product range.

During LeEco's Epic 919 festival, the Chinese internet company will be offering deals on its latest range of SuperTVs and prizes that can be won through its partnership with Uber. The upcoming sale could be an ideal time to purchase the Super3 X55 smart television with cost-free EMIs for six months and get a 2.1 channel soundbar with wireless subwoofer worth Rs 19,999 for free on LeMall or avail exchange bonus of up to Rs. 25,000 on Flipkart.

While the free soundbar is exclusive to Super3 X55, shoppers get no-cost EMIs and product exchange offer on Flipkart for purchasing the high-end Super3 X65 and Super3 Max65. In addition to the SuperTVs, LeEco will be offering special discounts on LeEco smartphones on Monday.

LeEco's partnership with Uber for promoting this sale offers guarantee Rs 500 vouchers for taking at least two UberPOOL rides using coupon code EPIC919. Users with the highest number of rides also stand a chance to win Le Max 2 smartphone between Sept. 10 and 16.

"We have always strived to offer unparalleled innovative offering to our customers and brining in the EPIC 919 SuperFans Festival is a step in the same direction," Atul Jain, COO at LeEco India said in a statement.

"We continue to create new benchmarks of customer satisfaction. We hope this one of its kind Shopping Festival will enable our consumers to experience our Superphones, SuperTVs and accessories at never-before prices," he added.

In China, LeEco's Epic 919 festival recorded the third largest B2C online sale, where the company sold nearly five lakh Le Superphones in a single day. It remains to be seen whether the company can recreate history in India.

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