Apple is offering gift cards bonuses for Black Friday

Alex Kidman 24 November 2017 NEWS


Score an Apple gift card with selected iPhone, Mac or iPad purchases for Black Friday.

Apple typically takes a low-key approach to Black Friday here in Australia, and this year it's decided to offer up Apple gift cards with purchases of selected Apple products. It's not everything with that iconic Apple logo on it, but there's a fair range for savvy bargain shoppers.

On the iPhone front, buyers of the iPhone SE can score a $35 gift card, and the same deal applies to anyone buying the series 1 Apple Watch. Pick up an iPhone 6s or iPhone 7 (or their plus equivalents), and you'll score a $70 gift card.

Yep, that leaves out the iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus but then Apple probably isn't having any trouble shifting those right now.

If you fancy a new tablet, that same $70 gift card flies your way if you buy an iPad or iPad Mini 4 for today only.

If the iPad Pro is more your style, Apple ups the ante with a $140 gift card, but the biggest bonus is to be found for Mac buyers. Buy a new iMac, Mac Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air or MacBook Pro, and Apple will include a $210 gift card with your purchase.

Apple gift cards can be redeemed at Apple stores, or on the Apple web site.

Looking for discounts on Apple gear from other retailers? We've lined up all the Black Friday Apple deals right here.

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