Japan’s Apple Limited AirTag in the Year of the Tiger Gives the First 20,000 iPhone Buyers

As the Lunar New Year is approaching, Japan’s Apple has also taken advantage of this to launch special edition products to welcome the arrival of the Year of the Tiger. Japan’s Apple announced earlier that from January 2nd to 3rd, it will give a limited number of AirTags for the Year of the Tiger to the first 20,000 buyers of iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini and iPhone SE.

Promotions are only available in Japan. Buyers must also purchase through the official website or store to get gifts. Purchases in the Apple Store app do not have this activity; the official website also shows that purchasing designated Apple products can also get a gift card discount. If you purchase AirPods, AirPods Pro, AirPods Max, you can get an Apple gift card with a denomination of 9,000 yen (approximately HK$610); if you purchase Apple Watch Series 3, Apple Watch SE or a designated Apple TV, you will receive a denomination of 6,000 yen (approximately HKD 406 yuan) gift card.

Buying the new iPad Pro will receive a gift card with a denomination of 12,000 yen (approximately HKD 813); purchasing a designated Mac machine can also double to obtain an Apple gift card with a denomination of 24,000 yen (approximately HKD 1,627). In addition, purchase Beats headphones or purchase original Apple accessories, such as Apple Pencil 2, Smart Keyboard Folio, MagSafe dual charger, AirTag (4 sets), Magic Keyboard, and you can also get an Apple gift of 6000 yen (about HK$406) Card.

Source: Apple

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