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Sony Headphones, TWS Earbuds see a huge price slash for Republic Day Sale

by Shreya Verma
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As the country approaches its 72nd Republic Day on 26th January, tech companies are coming up with amazing discounts on their popular products. Today, Sony announced its Republic Day Sale offers on its trending products. The sale will continue till the 26th of January starting today. 

Sony is offering some stunning discounts on its ANC-backed headphones and TWS earbuds celebrating and honoring the Constitution of India. As the news goes, Sony marked down the prices of their premium ANC-backed headphones by Rs.5,000 for the Republic Day Sale. Other than these luxe products, Sony’s previous-gen WH-1000XM3 is on sale for Rs. 19,990 also the latest WH-1000XM4 headphones are selling for Rs. 24,990 in India throughout the sale. 

Apart from these pricey looking tech, the pocket friendly Sony WH-CH710N and WH-H910N are also on sale for Rs. 7,490 and Rs. 14,990 due to celebration. Talking about why the headphones are a steal is because these beauties support active noise cancellation. Anyhow, you can feel the luck on your side if you love to own TWS earbuds. 

Undoubtedly, Republic Day has bought a ton of discounts and offers this season. Sony’s popular WF-1000X M3 TWS earbuds are available for Rs. 13,990. The prices have surely been slacked by Rs. 6,000 for the sale.  TWS earbuds, WF-SP800N, and WF-XB700N too are sold with an off of about Rs.5,000. 

Sony has been eyeing a huge sale on the 72nd Republic Day this year. Apart from the headphones and TWS earbuds, Sony has also announced up to a 30% discount on select Bravia TVs. so, if you are looking to upgrade your TV at home, it is time to get Bravia OLED TVs starting at Rs. 149,900 plus Sony’s soundbars and party speakers. Well, everything is being sold at huge price slashes. 

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