The HDFC Bank cashback offers on Apple products are valid for purchases made through debit and credit cards. Only the iPhone 7, 7 Plus, 6s and 6s Plus are available on No Cost EMIs. Consumers will have to bear interest for the rest.
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HDFC Bank has announced various cashback offers on multiple Apple products including iPhones, iPads, Macbooks and the Apple Watch. The bank is giving customers a cashback of up to Rs 10,000 with the purchase of these Apple products.
HDFC Bank’s cashback offers on Apple devices are valid from January 1 to March 11. Credit card EMI tenures include - 6 months, 9 months, 12 months, 18 months and 24 months. EMIs on HDFC Bank debit cards are restricted to 6 months, 9 months and 12 months.
HDFC Bank is offering Rs 10,000 as cashback on the purchase of Apple’s reigning flagship smartphone, the iPhone X. To avail the offer, the iPhone X needs to be purchased on EMIs through HDFC Bank credit or debit cards. These EMIs will not be interest free and consumers will have to bear the interest on the amount spent during the purchase.
The iPhone X has an edge-to-edge display with a cutout called the ‘notch’ that houses all the sensors at the top. The Touch ID is now gone and the phone can be charged wirelessly.
The iPhone X start retailing at Rs 92,430 for the 64GB variant. The phone also comes in a 256GB variant priced at Rs 1,05,720. After claiming the cashback, the 64GB iPhone X will effectively cost Rs 82,430, while the 256GB variant will cost Rs 95,720.
Customers should note that the current price of the iPhone X mentioned above is as per Apple’s official website. The device can be purchased for cheaper through online retailers such as Flipkart and Amazon.
iPhone 8 and 8 Plus
HDFC Bank is offering a cashback of Rs 7,000 on all models of the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus.
The 64GB iPhone 8 is priced at Rs 66,120, while the 256GB version is priced at Rs 79,420. After the HDFC cashback, the 64GB iPhone 8 will cost Rs 59,120 and the 256GB iPhone 8 will effectively cost Rs 72,420.
The 64GB storage variant of the iPhone 8 Plus is prices at Rs 75,450, while the 256GB variant of the iPhone 8 Plus costs Rs 88,750. Post the cashback, the iPhone 8 Plus will cost Rs 68,450 for the 64GB variant and Rs 81,750 for the 256GB variant.
iPhone 7 and 7 Plus
HDFC Bank is offering Rs 3,000 off on last year’s Apple flagships. The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus can be purchased through HDFC Bank credit and debit cards on No Cost EMIs with options for 6 and 9 month EMI tenures. The smartphones can also be purchased for longer term EMIs, but consumers will have to bear interest on those.
iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, 6, 5S, SE
HDFC Bank is offering Rs 2,000 off on the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. No cost EMIs are also available for both devices, limited to a tenure of 6 to 9 months.
The iPhone 6, 5S and iPhone SE all get a cashback offer of Rs 1,000 with interest bearing EMIs.
With the purchase of any Apple iPad, consumers can avail Rs 5,000 as cashback through HDFC Bank credit or debit cards.
MacBooks with an MRP lesser than Rs 1 lakh will be entitled to Rs 5,000 cashback and those buying models with an MRP of Rs 1 lakh and above can avail Rs 10,000 as cashback. Again, these transactions have to be made using EMIs.
Consumers can receive a cashback of Rs 5,000 with the purchase of an Apple Watch through HDFC credit and debit cards. The offer is also valid for full swipe transactions on HDFC credit cards.
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