Flipkart begins Apple Days Sale; iPhone 7 256 GB for Rs 60000

Yolanda Curtis
April 25, 2017

An additional up to Rs 19,000 exchange discount can also be availed when exchanging your old smartphone.

Flipkart has announced its Apple Days sale and it is offering some no frills, discounts on select Apple products that nearly sound unbelievable. One of the biggest deals that users should ideally be eyeing is the mega discount that Flipkart is offering on the 256GB iPhone 7 smartphone - a flat Rs. 20,000 off! If given you're getting double the storage at just Rs 500 more, for those considering the iPhone 7, the first option makes more sense.

As for tablets, the iPad Air 2 has obtained an extra Rs 1000 discount.

Flipkart is also offering discounts on the older Apple devices. The Apple MacBook Air is priced at Rs 54,990 with the Axis Bank Buzz Credit Card offer applicable. If you are looking to fetch the best savings, check out the higher-end models of iPhones.

Axis Bank cards to get a further discount of 5%. Flipkart has kicked off the Apple Days sale and has slashed the prices of nearly all of the iPhone models in India. It is officially priced at Rs 80,000. Interestingly the Red colour variant of the iPhone 7 Plus with 128GB will cost you Rs 78,000 during the sale, so it looks like this colour is not getting much of a price cut. The huge discounts offered by Flipkart on Apple products like I-phones of all kinds, Mac Book, Ipads, Ipods etc., are unbelievable beyond imagination.

The iPhone 6 (16GB) is available at Rs 26,010 discount.

The iPhone 7 Plus (32GB), on the other hand, is available for Rs 61,399, with a special discount of Rs 10,601. The iPhone SE 16GB is available for Rs 20,999, after a discount of Rs 6,000, whereas the iPhone 6s 32GB is available for Rs 39,999 after a flat discount of Rs 8,000.

The E-commerce markets in India are booming as more and more users have been making online purchases. There is also the 4.0-inch Apple iPhone SE and the iPhone 5S being offered at Rs 20,999 and Rs 17,499 respectively.

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