With the upcoming auspicious Diwali celebration, several things are available at great discounts from online stores. In addition to e-commerce giants like Flipkart, Amazon, and others, a number of businesses provide many discounts on their products. Apple is likewise giving its products big discounts in line with this.
Direct Product Sales From Apple Stores To Customers
Indian consumers may now buy iPhones and save a lot of money on AirPods. The IT giant will offer direct product sales to customers from its Apple BKC and Apple Saket locations in Mumbai and Delhi for the first time.
Save up to 50%
The company released its Diwali promos, which can be used on the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, and AirPods. By using the benefits of the offer, you can save up to 50%.
If you’re interested in the offer, you may save up to 50% on the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus in addition to the third-generation AirPods.
The third generation of AirPods, which debuted in 2021, is the most recent base model. The device was originally priced at Rs 20,900. There’s a catch though. If you buy the iPhone 14 or iPhone 14 Plus, you can get them for half price.
With the same storage capacity as the beginning 128GB model, which costs Rs 69,900, the iPhone 14 Pro starts at Rs 79,900. For both smartphones, there are three storage options: 128 GB, 256 GB, and 512 GB.
Apple Music subscription for free for six months
In addition, Apple has revealed that consumers will get a free six-month subscription to Apple Music with every smartphone they buy.
Discounts on Cards
Instant savings, sometimes referred to as instant cashback, is valid on up to two orders made with a qualifying card throughout a rolling ninety-day period.
Customers can also benefit from free EMI offers when they use qualifying cards from reputable banks with three- or six-month tenures to buy qualifying products.
Customers can also get a complimentary engraving on their new purchase when they buy an iPad, AirPods, AirTag, or an Apple Pencil (2nd generation).
There will be an original design incorporating text, numbers, and emoticons on the engraving. They can choose from a wide variety of languages, such as English, Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, Tamil, Kannada, Gujarati, and Telugu.