Apple India offers up to Rs. 40,000 buy back discount on purchase of new laptops


apple_mac_macbook_air_websiteApple is offering up to Rs. 40,000 buy back discount on purchase of a new Mac laptop in India, if you turn in your old Mac laptop for exchange.

As per an advertisement in a leading daily, Apple is offering a discount of up to Rs. 40,000 if you give a Mac laptop that is less than two years old in exchange. The company will offer up to Rs. 30,000 for turning in Apple portables that are between two and three years old, while the discount on offer for exchanging Mac laptops that are between three and four years old is Rs. 25,000. If you have a Mac laptop that is more than four years old, you’re out of luck, since there is no discount on offer under the present scheme.

The advertisement notes that the final offer value is at the sole discretion of the reseller, a standard practice with these buy back schemes. Apple adds that this is “limited period” offer, but does not mention an end date.

The discounts are being offered on purchase of Mac laptops only. In other words, you can turn in your old Mac laptop to get discounts on a new one – there’s nothing to interest present or prospective owners of Mac mini, iMac or Mac Pro computers.

Interestingly, the advertisement adds that the offer is also available on laptops of other brands as well – customers are advised to check in-store for more details. Though Apple does not mention it specifically, we expect the discounts on offers on Windows laptops of a similar age to be significantly lower. If you have a Windows laptop and are looking to switch to the Mac, you may want to see if your local Apple reseller has a good buy back offer that interests you.

Posted By Mantosh Pal

 

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