Xiaomi Fan Festival on Geekbuying starts today


Fan Festival

Another big brand fan festival is upon us and this time it’s the biggest name on the chinese mobile market themselves. Mi Fans Festival on Geekbuying will bring quite some flashy discount and offers for various Xiaomi products so no matter if you are a real fan or not it’s worth checking it out.

The whole event has the offers structured into different cathegories and depends only on the customer if he will find the best product either in the Star products, Flash sales, Bundle deals, Mi Accessories or a special deal for the Spanish warehouse. Some of the most interesting offers include for example Xiaomi Redmi 4 Pro for just $149.99 or Xiaomi Amazfit smartwatch for just $119.99. But surely more deals to find.

The Mi Fan Festival event on Geekbuying starts today at 6pm GMT+8 and will last until April 13th. So plenty of time to browse the deals and find the ideal Xiaomi product to snap up for yourself, so check out the event page. Happy hunting.

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6 Comments

  1. Chris
    April 6, 2017

    What a scam! The prices are higher than regular. Can’t believe you support that. Goodbye.

    • Wolvie
      April 7, 2017

      Yeah, it is always their trick to lure potential buyers that don’t know shit about real market pricing.

      Normally those cheater china online re-sellers practice is they jack off the price very high then they put big red cross sign on the price and they put lower price. Also normally the shipping fee is not included.

      Problem is even this lower price also still higher than regular shop in Aliexpress or taobao, etc. LOL what a BIG SCAM

  2. Chris
    April 6, 2017

    What a scam! The prices are higher than regular. Can’t believe you support that. Goodbye.

    • Guest
      April 7, 2017

      Yeah, it is always their trick to lure potential buyers that don’t know shit about real market pricing.

      Normally those cheater china online re-sellers practice is they jack off the price very high then they put big red cross sign on the price and they put lower price. Also normally the shipping fee is not included.

      Problem is even this lower price also still higher than regular shop in Aliexpress or taobao, etc. LOL what a BIG SCAM

  3. bobo
    April 7, 2017

    The last 11.11 on one of the most popular e-commerce sites was somewhat similar.

  4. bobo
    April 7, 2017

    The last 11.11 on one of the most popular e-commerce sites was somewhat similar.