Apple iPhone 13 on Amazon, Flipkart and Apple Store: Where to find the best deal

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The holiday season is over. But the festive offerings are still going strong, at least on Apple’s iPhone 13. The smartphone is available at reduced prices on the main e-commerce sites Amazon and Flipkart as well as on the Apple Store. If you missed Diwali deals on iPhone 13 and still planning to buy it, hurry up. To make things a little easier for you, we’ve listed the iPhone 13 deals currently available on Amazon, Flipkart, and Apple Store. Read on to find out more

But before we start, let’s make one thing clear. The price of the smartphone has been reduced by 10,000 after Apple launch iPhone 14. After the price drop, the official price of the phone is now 69,900 for the base variant. Blue, Green, Pink, and Starry White are the color variants of the phone. The device is powered by the Apple A15 Bionic chipset. The iPhone 13 has a 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR display.

Apple iPhone 13 offer on Amazon

iPhone 13 128GB storage model is listed with 3,000 off on Amazon. It’s up for grabs 66,900 on the e-tailer’s site. Buyers can stand up to 14,050 off the trade-in of their old iPhone and Android phone. Amazon also announced a 5% cashback on purchasing the phone with the ICICI Bank Amazon Pay credit card.

Apple iPhone 13 offer on Flipkart

Flipkart, owned by Walmart, teases the iPhone 13 at 65,490 on its site. The handset is listed on 66,990 on Flipkart. The maximum discount on the smartphone includes 2,000 off Citi credit card EMI transactions. The e-merchant grants a currency exchange discount of up to 18,500 on purchase of Apple iPhone 13.

Apple iPhone 13 offer on Apple Store

Apple Store lists iPhone 13 at its original retail price of 69,900 for the 128GB variant. With the Apple Trade-In program, buyers can get discounts ranging from 2,200 to 59,730 with the purchase of the smartphone.

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