Apple Starts Teasing “Red Friday” Sale in China

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As we know “Red Friday” sale is going to take place in Asia. Now Apple has started teasing “Red Friday” sale in China. According to The Next Web, Apple has posted “Red Friday” advertisement on its Chinese online store. Soon they will post “Red Friday” sale advertisements on other online stores as it will take place in Singapore, China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Taiwan and Thailand. Apple has already announced “Red Friday” sale for January 25th. On this day, Asian Apple product lovers will be able to buy several Apple products at a discounted price from Apple Online Store. Gift guide has already been posted by Apple for “Red Friday” sale.

Apple Starts Teasing Red Friday Sale in China

If you are from China, then you can see “Red Friday” advertisement on Apple online store. As we know “Red Friday” takes place every year. It is the day in which Apple offers discounts on its products. This year it falls on Friday, 25th of January. On this day, Apple products will be available for purchase at a discounted price. Apple will also offer free shipping on this day. “Red Friday” is just like Black Friday. It is the day in which Apple offers discounts on several products including iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, iMac, MacBook pro and MacBook Air. In the previous year, Apple had offered 8 percent off on all models of iPad, 8 percent off on all models of iPod touch, HK$ 770 off on all models of MacBook Air, HK$ 770 off on all models of iMac and HK$ 770 off on all models of MacBook pro. Apple is also expected to offer great deals for “Red Friday” 2013.

If you from Singapore, China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Taiwan or Thailand, then you can enjoy the great deals of Apple from online store on this Friday. It is valid only for this Friday. You will not be able to take the advantage of “Red Friday” sale this year after 25th of January.

Rudra

Rudra is an engineer and covers everything related to Apple. He keeps Techcular updated with latest Mac, iPhone, iPad, and Jailbreak articles.

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