Apple iPhone 13 price at Rs 60,455 after Rs 19,445 discount; How to get an offer on Flipkart Big Saving Days

Apple’s latest iPhone 13 might not offer a special discount on the Flipkart Big Saving Days sale, but there is still a way to get nearly Rs 20,000 on the smartphone with some extra deals.

The Flipkart e-commerce platform has a selection of offers across various product segments during the Big Saving Days sale from December 16-21. The highlight of the Flipkart sale is the big discounts on smartphones.

The iPhone 13 is priced at Rs 79,900 on Flipkart. You can get a 5% discount on the iPhone 13 if it is purchased with the Axis Bank branded Flipkart credit card. The 5% translates to a discount of Rs 3,995 which brings the price of the phone down to Rs 75,905.

Then, the buyer can also benefit from a discount of Rs 15,450 by exchanging an old smartphone. With all the benefits, the price of the iPhone 13 will drop to Rs 60,455, saving up to Rs 19,445 through the Flipkart sale.

However, the discount varies depending on the phone traded in. For the Apple iPhone 12, the platform displays an exchange value of Rs 13,900 and Rs 14,150 for the iPhone 12 Pro. The trade-in value is Rs 14,400 for the iPhone 12 Pro Max. For a Mi10 smartphone the trade-in value is around Rs 10,500, while for the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra the value is around Rs 14,350. ‘exchange, the buyer will need to enter the phone’s unique IMEI number.

Apple’s latest 5G smartphone comes with a 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR display and A15 Bionic chipset. The model has a 12MP dual rear camera and a 12MP front camera. The 128 GB variant is a dust and water resistant dual sim smartphone. Powered by iOS 15, the phone runs on a 3,240mAh battery that claims to be able to play movies for 18 hours. IPhone 13 launched in September this year.

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(Edited by : Vijay Anand)

First publication: STI

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