Apple Diwali Sale begins: Get massive discount on latest iPhone series
Planning to purchase an Apple iPhone? Thinking it is costly? If yes, then this article is for you. Apple India on September 26 (today) started its own sale on its official website and allowed customers to enjoy decent discounts on the latest iPhones. During this period, customers can enjoy flat discounts of Rs 7,000 on all purchases over Rs 41,900.
The firm has already confirmed on its Indian official site that the sale last for a limited period of time, under which the company not only offers good discounts but allows customers to pay in more flexible ways. The company also introduced a no-cost EMI for up to six months and a trade-in value scheme under which the customers can give their old phones to the company and get additional discounts on their purchases.
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In order to attract more customers, Apple also partnered with the leading bank HDFC to provide extra benefits to its credit card and debit card users. Apple also revealed that customers can save up to 7 percent instantly on all products including the latest and newly launched iPhone 14 series, AirPods Pro second generation, latest MacBooks, and iPads among others. To note offers on the iPhone series are only available for selected customers.
Offers on Apple iPhone 14 series
The tech giant has listed the latest iPhone 14 series, which was launched on September 16 at the starting price of Rs. 72,900. Interested customers can enjoy flat discounts of up to Rs 4,000 to 5,000. While the Pro models can be purchased at the discounted price of Rs 1,22,900.
Meanwhile, if you are looking for further sale options on smartphones, laptops, air birds and tablets, customers also can visit e-commerce giant Amazon and enjoy the biggest sale festival there as well.
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