Apple to Start Selling “Lucky Bag” in Japan on January 2nd

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As we know Black Friday is the day in which Apple offers discounts on its products. It marks the beginning of holiday shopping season. Apple is planning to start selling “Lucky Bag” in Japan on January 2nd. “Lucky Bag” is similar to Black Friday. This is a great news for Apple product lovers those are staying in Japan. You will be able to buy “Lucky Bag” from Apple retail stores on January 2nd. According to Tech in Asia, Japanese Apple product lovers will find several Apple products inside the “Lucky Bag”.

Apple to Start Selling Lucky Bag in Japan on January 2nd

You should note that “Lucky Bag” will be available for purchase in seven Apple stores in Japan. You have to pay thirty three thousand yen to buy it from Japanese Apple Stores. You may find iPod, iPad, Mac Mini, MacBook Air, headphone or t-shirt inside this bag. In 2011, “Lucky Bag” includes several Apple products including iPod touch, mobile battery, Apple T-shirt, headphone, magnetic buttons and bag. During Black Friday sale, Apple had offered A$ 11.00 off on iPod nano, A$ 31.00 off on iPod touch, A$ 31.00 off on iPad 2, A$ 25.00 off on iPod touch 4G, A$ 41.00 off on iPad with Retina display, A$ 15.00 off on iPad Smart Case, A$ 11.00 off on AirPort Express Base Station, A$ 11.00 off on iPad Smart Cover, A$ 21.00 off on AirPort Extreme Base Station, A$ 21.00 off on Time Capsule, A$ 7.00 off on Apple EarPods, A$ 11.00 off on Apple In-Ear Headphones, A$ 11.00 off on Apple Wireless Keyboard, Apple Magic Mouse, Magic Trackpad and A$ 105.00 off on Retina Display MacBook Pro and MacBook Air.

If you are staying in Japan, then don’t miss this opportunity and buy “Lucky Bag” from your nearest Apple store at a price of thirty three thousand yen. You may get iPod, iPad, iPod touch, Mac Mini or MacBook Air inside the “Lucky Bag”. You should note that Apple will start selling “Lucky Bag” in Apple retail stores at 8 AM on January 2nd.

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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