Just 24 hours left to get BUMPER deals on all iPhones..HURRY

New Delhi, April 15: Amazon India on Tuesday launched 'iPhone Fest' for Apple fans and offering all the latest iPhone models at discounted prices. The sale is scheduled to end on April 16, offering deals on the iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6, and iPhone SE. Apart from mobiles, the buyers can also get discounts on select Apple Watch models. The buyers can get additional discount up to Rs. 5,000 on iPhone purchases using HDFC Bank debit and credit cards. 

Under 'iPhone Fest ' sale, the iPhone X 64GB storage variant can be purchased for Rs. 79,999 which actually has an MRP Rs. 95,390, while 256 GB variant of the iPhone X is priced at Rs. 97,999 while it originally costs Rs. 1,08,930. An instant discount of Rs. 5,000 will also be applicable on iPhone X if purchased using an HDFC Bank debit or credit card. Additionally, the buyers can also get an exchange discount of up to Rs. 15,900.

Amazon sale is offering the iPhone 8 64GB at Rs. 54,999  which has an MRP Rs. 67,940 and 256 GB variant of iPhone 8 is available for Rs. 68,999 which actually costs Rs. 81,500. The 64 GB variant of iPhone 8 Plus is available for Rs. 65,999 which actually costs Rs. 77,560 and 256 GB storage variant of iPhone 8 Plus can be purchased for Rs. 79,999 which has an MRP of Rs. 91,110. 

The buyers can get an instant discount of Rs.3,000 on purchase via HDFC Bank. If you wish to buy iPhone 7 then 32 GB storage variant can be purchased for Rs. 41,999 which originally costs Rs. 52,370 and 128 GB variant of iPhone 7 will cost Rs. 54,999 while MRP is Rs. 61,560. 

The sale also includes 32 GB variant of iPhone 7 Plus for Rs. 56,999 (MRP Rs. 62,480) 128GB variant of the same will cost Rs. 64,999 (MRP Rs. 72,060). The buyers can get an instant discount of Rs. 2,000  on all iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus if purchased through HDFC Bank debit and credit cards.

Amazon sale is also offering iPhone 6s 32GB for Rs. 33,999 which originally costs Rs. 42,900 while iPhone 6s Plus 32GB can be purchased for Rs. 37,999 which has an MRP of Rs. 52,240. The iPhone 6s also an instant discount of Rs 1500 if purchased via HDFC Bank, while the customers buying the iPhone 6s Plus can get an instant discount of Rs. 2,000. The 32GB variant of iPhone 6 will cost Rs. 23,999 which originally costs Rs. 31,900 and also has an instant discount of Rs. 1,250.The  32GB variant of iPhone SE is available for Rs. 17,999 which costs Rs. 26,000 and also has an instant discount of Rs. 1,000. 


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