Apple devices, as you know, are priced on the high side, and these prices tend to stick even years after release. That said, Apple sale events are typically among those that consumers watch for.
And if you happen to be holding those purse strings tightly while waiting for the best deals on Apple products, you might be pleased to know that Apple retailer Power Mac Center will be holding a Labor Day sale in one of its retail locations in the Philippine capital.
The date to circle is, of course, May 1, and the place to head to is the Power Mac Center store at Greenbelt 3 in Makati City. The sale will happen from 12 a.m. to 3 a.m., although customers can line up early before it starts to get a queue number and the best chance at getting the most coveted items available.
We’re talking the Apple Watch Series 2 starting at P13,000 or around $271 (from P16,990 or $330 at launch); the base model of the iPhone 6S for P18,000 or $349 (from P25,490 or $494); the base iPad Air 2 for P14,000 or $272 (from P18,990 or $368); and a nice selection of Apple cases and Watch bands for a fraction of their regular cost.
You can see the full list of discounted products in the images below. All are brand new and sealed in their original packaging. They come with a full year of warranty coverage from Apple.
Power Mac Center has also posted the terms and conditions of the sale in preparation for it. We’ve listed them down below as well.
- No testing, setup, or outright replacement of products may be done.
- Customers can buy as many products as they please.
- Once a customer has confirmed his or her order at the queue, the products will be reserved in his or her name. All additional orders are subject to availability.
- Only one number will be distributed per buying customer.
- Only one companion will be allowed.
As for payment options, you’re free to choose from the following:
- Credit or debit card
- Gift certificates
- Mixed payment
Additionally, Power Mac Center says that customers will be given only 15 minutes to complete their shopping lists to allow others to come in and make their purchases. It’s also worth noting that the retailer has done this quite effectively in the past, so the odds of it turning out well for customers should be good.
Main image via Flickr
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