Own an iPhone Under ₹50,000 in Amazon, Flipkart Sales: Here’s How

Are you planning to buy an iPhone this holiday season? If so, here’s something you’ll love. Apple iPhones of different generations – iPhone 11, iPhone 12, iPhone 13 and others are available with discount and banking offers in the ongoing festive sale from Amazon and Flipkart. These offers allow you to own an iPhone under 50,000. Interested? Read through

Apple iPhone 13

The base model of the smartphone with 128 GB storage is currently listed at: 59,990 on Flipkart. The e-tailer gives up 16,900 discount on trading in both old iPhone and Android phones. Please note that this is the maximum discount, the actual exchange discount will depend on the phone model. Then there are additional bank discounts available on the iPhone 13. By combining these exchange offers and bank discounts, the price of the device can easily fall below 50,000.

Apple iPhone 12

Apple iPhone 12 is sold on Amazon at a discounted price of 52,990. The e-tailer immediately gives a 10% discount of up to 1,250 on ICICI Bank Credit Card EMI transactions bringing the price below . drops 50,000. Amazon gives an exchange discount of up to 13,050. The device is powered by an A14 Bionic chipset and has a dual camera setup on the back.

Apple iPhone 11

Bee 35,990 (base price after discount), Apple iPhone 11 is a good buy in the ongoing Flipkart sale. The e-commerce platform offers 10% discount on SBI credit card and Kotak credit card. There are also exchange offers. The device has a 6.1-inch Liquid Retina HD display and a 12 MP selfie camera.

Apple iPhone 12 mini

Available at 39,490 on Flipkart right now, iPhone 12 mini buyers can get 10% discount on SBI credit card and Kotak credit card. Flipkart also offers easy buying options like Free EMI, Buy Now, Pay Later and more with the device. The smartphone comes with a 5.4-inch Super Retina XDR display and offers an IP68 rating.

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