Apple is now offering massive discounts on its official website. As the festival season starts in India, Apple has introduced Festival Season Sale, which brings up to Rs 7,000 instant discounts on products like iPhones, Macs, iPads, and other products on the Apple store. The Festive season sale on Apple’s official website kickstarted in India today (i.e. September 26, 2022) and the offers will end on October 24th, which means this is almost a month-long sale.
To get the most out of the discounts, Apple has partnered with HDFC bank and American Express credit cards to offer a massive instant discount of Rs 7,000 on Apple products on the official site. In addition to these bank offers, Apple is also offering no-cost EMI options from leading banks. Let’s take a look at the details.
Apple Festive Sale: Offer Details
On Apple.com/in, starting today the company is offering an instant discount of up to Rs 7,000 with HDFC bank credit card and American Express credit card. Both cards are eligible for a 7% instant discount up to Rs 7,000 across all the products on the Apple website. The offer can be availed for single or multiple items that meet the minimum order value of Rs 41,900. In addition, buyers can also get No Cost EMI from most leading banks for 3 or 6 months.
In addition, Apple is also offering the following offers:
- Trade-In (exchange offers)
- Free Engraving for iPad, AirPods, AirTag or Apple Pencil (2nd Gen)
- Customise Mac with its memory, storage or graphics card
Offer applicable on iPhones, Macs, iPads, Apple Watch
iPhone 14, iPhone 13 and More
For starters, all the latest iPhone 14 models are available on Apple.com/in. Since the cheapest model starts at Rs 79,990 in the 14 lineups, you can get an instant 7% discount of up to Rs 7,000 on all four models (iPhone 14, 14 Plus, 14 Pro, and 14 Pro Max). In addition, on the website, you can also purchase and get offers on the iPhone 13, 13 Mini, iPhone SE, and iPhone 12. The iPhone 12 Pro and 13 Pro devices are not available on the website.
The iPhone 13 starts at Rs 69,990, the 13 Mini starts at 64,990, the iPhone SE starts at 49,990, and the iPhone 12 starts at 59,990 on the official site. These offers are more than what Apple offered as a part of the iPhone 14 series pre-order and initial sale in India. All the iPhone 14 Pro buyers no can get a Rs 7,000 instant discount, while iPhone 14 and 14 Plus buyers can get a 7% discount, up to Rs 7,000. Since this is a 7% discount, to get a Rs 7,000 discount, the buyer will have to spend Rs 1,00,000.
Apple Watch Series 8 and other Watch models
The Apple Watch Series 8 starts at 45,900, the new Apple Watch Ultra starts at Rs 89,990 and the Apple Watch SE starts at Rs 29,990. Buyers can avail of instant discounts on HDFC and American Express cards for a cart value of Rs 41,900n and up.
If you are looking for a new iPad, the iPad Pro starts at Rs 71,900, the new iPad Air starts at Rs 54,900, and the 10.2-inch iPad starts at Rs 30,990. Lastly, the iPad Mini starts at Rs 46,900. You can get the sale instant discount on all these products as well.
The MacBook Air M1 starts at Rs 99,900 and you can get Rs 7,000 discount on this machine. The MacBook Air M2 starts at Rs 1,19,900, the 13-inch MacBook starts at Rs 1,29,900, the 14-inch MacBook Pro starts at Rs 1,94,900, the 24-inch Mac is priced at Rs 1,19,900, and the Mac Mini starts at 64,900. In addition to these Mac products, you can also avail of discounts on Mac Studio, Studio display, Mac Pro, and Pro Display XDR.
Lastly, during this festive season sale, Apple is hosting a free virtual session “Virtual Studio: Draw a Treasured Memory with Keerat Kaur” This will be hosted on October 5th from 8 PM to 9 PM IST. Keerat Kaur is a Canadian artist. Her surreal paintings, sculptures and music take inspiration from Indic philosophies to evoke themes of fantasy. Using a meaningful word or phrase as a starting point, you’ll sketch an outline in the Procreate app. Keerat will guide you during the session and you will explore colours characters, motifs and more.
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