Get flat Rs 7,000 discount on the Google Pixel 3/3 XL in India

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Today, Google has announced a Pixel 3 referral program, which would allow the users looking to purchase a Google Pixel phone in India at a discounted price. Google has found a unique way to make the best of this holiday season.

This referral program works like any other referral program. All the existing Google Nexus and Pixel owners can generate a unique code to offer a Rs 7,000 discount to whoever seeking to purchase a Google Pixel 3 or Pixel 3 XL smartphone in India. And the Pixel or Nexus owner who generated the code will receive a Flipkart gift voucher worth Rs 2,000.

How does this Pixel 3 referral program work?

Well, its simple an existing Pixel or Nexus smartphone user need to log in using their email ID via the Flipkart app. There will be a targeted banner showcasing the announcement of the special referral program to purchase new Pixel phones in India.

This banner once clicked will take the user to the page where benefits for the referrer and referee would be listed. To participate in this program, the user would have to enter their email ID. Once done, the user shall receive a unique link on their registered email ID from the Flipkart.

This link will lead referee to a Flipkart page on which a code validation would be performed. Once that code is validated, it will get tased to referee’s Flipkart account.

Also read: Google Pixel 3 XL review: shoots drool-worthy images that will persuade you to make a switch

Note that the generate link would be activated froth start of the program date, which is December 20th 11:59 PM and can be redeemed until December 24th 11:59 PM. In case you’re wondering, this Rs 7,000 discount would be applied over and above any running offer.

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