Amazon.in announced on Friday the sale of ‘Apple Days’ which brings together a series of deals and offers on the iPhone 11 series, iPhone 7 and more.
According to the company, ‘Apple Days’ will be available until December 16 with great deals from participating brands and sellers.
During the ‘Apple Days’ sale, customers can get the iPhone 11 at Rs 51,999 with a discount of Rs 2,900. Additionally, clients can benefit from an additional Rs 1,750 discount on Yes Bank credit card EMI transactions.
Meanwhile, the iPhone 7 will be available at the lowest price ever for Rs 23,999.
Potential customers can also enjoy attractive deals on the latest Apple products by saving up to Rs 5,000 on iPad Mini and getting an additional Rs 3,000 discount on HDFC Bank credit and debit cards.
You can also get an instant Rs 6,000 discount on the popular Apple MacBook Pro with HDFC credit and debit cards.
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