Apple Store finally announces that it will kick off a limited-time offer in India from September 26. A small ticker on the Apple India website reads: “Get ready, our limited-time offer begins on 26.09.22. Save the date.” While Apple has not revealed what offer this would be, it is safe to assume that the company’s online store will join the festive season to dole out discounts and cashback offers on iPhones, AirPods, Watches, and Macs
The upcoming Apple sale is likely to have a freebie offer, much like last year’s that gave customers a pair of free Apple AirPods on purchasing new iPhones. This year’s festive offer will also likely bring special bundles of iPhone and AirPods. However, Apple has highlighted that those upcoming offers will be valid for a limited time. Since the sale begins on September 26, it will likely run for three to four days. “Plenty to celebrate,” said Apple on its India Store.
The smartphone was launched in 2021 with a starting price of Rs 79,900. Apple’s iPhone 13 had a price drop of Rs 10,000 after the latest launch of the iPhone 14 on September 7. Ahead of the Great Indian Festival sale on September 23, e-commerce company Amazon announced a price cut of Rs 4,000 for the smartphone.
The 256GB storage model of the Apple iPhone 13 is available at Rs 74,900, while the 512GB variant sells at Rs 99,900. In addition to the current discount, the e-tailer is giving an exchange offer of up to Rs 14,850.
Other iPhone Offers:
Flipkart has an extravaganza of iPhone deals under the Big Billion Days sale right now. At the beginning of the sale, the iPhone 13 was available for as low as Rs 48,000, but the first batch ran out of stock in minutes. The second batch of the iPhone 13 came with an offer of Rs 51,990, but even that was sold out after a few minutes.
Flipkart Axis Bank credit card, you could get around Rs 4,500 off on the iPhone 13. Similarly, the Amazon Pay ICICI Bank credit card will get you the maximum benefits on the iPhone 12 purchase on Amazon.
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