Amazon India ‘Apple Days’ announced: Details on iPhones, MacBook offers and discounts

You will also get a month of free trial for Apple TV+ on buying an iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Mac or Apple TV.
| Updated on Jul 18 2020, 02:25 PM IST
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In case you are planning to buy Apple products and are waiting for the right time to get the most discount and good offers, Amazon India is giving you a chance. Starting at midnight today, that is July 19 (12am IST), Amazon will kick off its 'Apple Days'. This will include offers and deals on latest iPhones, MacBook, Watch and more and will go until July 25. 

As a part of this, users can avail flat discount of 5,400 on iPhone 11, available at 62,900; iPhone 8 Plus available at 41,500. And besides this, customers can also get affordable finance options like no-cost EMI and additional discounts using HDFC Bank debit and credit cards.

However, you will also get a month of free trial for Apple TV+ on buying an iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Mac or Apple TV. After the free trial ends, it will cost you 99 per month.

Also read: iPhone 11, iPhone XR available with up to 3,600 discount, here's how you can get it

The listing for now, shows the iPhone 8 Plus at 35,000 discount from the MRP along with discounts on Apple iPad, Watch Series 4 and other products as well.

Amazon adds that during Apple Days, customers can get deals on accessories by saving up to 5,000 on iPad and flat 1,000 off on Apple Watch series 3 with HDFC Bank debit and credit cards. Customers can also get an instant discount of 7,000 on popular Apple Macbook Pro using HDFC debit and credit cards.

Amazon giving discounts and offers on Apple iPhones can be seen as Amazon’s one of the attempts to clear off the stock on old iPhones before the new ones arrive in September-October timeline.

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First Published Date: 18 Jul, 01:56 PM IST
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