The festival discount that Apple will offer on its website has now been made public. This aligns with sales on Amazon’s Great Indian Festival and Flipkart’s Big Billion Days. A 7 per cent immediate discount of up to Rs 7,000 will be applied to all goods if the cart value is over Rs 41,900, unlike the traditional sale when e-commerce companies lower the prices of the products and then provide bank discounts on top of that. Only credit cards from HDFC or Amex are accepted for this.
There are also no-cost EMIs available for terms of three or six months. Even while this festive deal appears to be adequate, it would have been great if Apple had also reduced the cost of its items, much as it does on Amazon or Flipkart.
Apple Festival Sale on all Products
On its online store, Apple has announced the Festival sale. For cart values over Rs 41,900, the company is providing a 7 per cent immediate discount on all goods, up to a maximum of Rs 7,000. Only credit cards from HDFC or Amex are accepted. The promotion is only suitable for up to two purchases. Customers who purchase a new iPhone may also trade in their old model for quick compensation.
According to the Apple website, anything purchased between September 26 and October 24 that meets the criteria for the Festival sale offer is eligible. Pricing from the Apple Store for Education or the Corporate Employee Purchase Plan cannot be coupled with the promotion. The deal should be helpful for customers trying to purchase AirPods, iPads, and other items from the website.
If we have to compare product pricing, Flipkart and Amazon appear to provide lower prices on various Apple items, including iPhones, MacBooks, and more .