products from Apple are in demand. No wonder! After all, the iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, HomePods or MacBook impress with their design and quality. However, the devices have their price. But you can also save quite a bit of money when buying Apple products.
We’ll show you below which Apple offers are currently particularly good.
The best deal
For the Apple Watch 5 in the Nike Edition with GPS and LTE you currently only pay 429 euros in the Media Markt eBay shop. A real top deal. You save almost 100 euros compared to the prices of other dealers.
Apple Watch Series 5 | Nike Edition | 40 Millimeter | GPS | LTE
40 millimeter aluminum housing
GPS and LTE
Heart rate monitor
With GPS and LTE, you currently only pay 429 euros for the Apple Watch 5 in the Nike edition in the official Media Markt eBay shop. The Smartwatch is currently nowhere cheaper. The prices of other dealers only start at 519.40 euros. It is the 40-millimeter version with an aluminum case in the Nike Edition.
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However, there are currently many other Apple devices on offer, including different versions of the iPhone 12.
Apple iPhone 8 | 64 gigabytes of memory
The iPhone 8 appeared in 2017, but if you want a good and cheap Apple phone, you can’t go wrong with the model. The iPhone 8 with 64 gigabytes of memory is currently being offered on eBay for only 239.00 euros.
The offer is very good, with other retailers you won’t pay less than 465.99 euros for the smartphone. The catch is that this is B-goods. The seller promises, however, that the iPhones on offer would be in top condition.
iPhone 12 | 128 Gigabyte
The iPhone 12 has barely been on the market for three months, but you can already save a lot when buying it. On eBay, you can currently secure the 128 gigabyte version of the premium cell phone for only 808 euros. Other dealers charge at least 879 euros. You save over 70 euros on the deal.
Save on refurbished devices
Tip: Apple offers many of its Products refurbished in their own Refurbished-Store at. The devices get a new housing and a new battery and are practically new, but at a significantly lower price. With the purchase you get the usual one-year Apple warranty, of course you also have one Right of withdrawal when buying used goods.
When are Apple devices cheapest?
You can expect a particularly large number of good Apple offers as part of Black Friday. However, this only takes place towards the end of the year. If you want to wait until the bargain day to buy an Apple device, you need a lot of patience.
It is also worth waiting for certain product announcements. Every fall, Apple introduces new iPhones and the Apple Watch successors, while in spring they often introduce new iPads, and sometimes Macs. After the market launch, the predecessor models are usually significantly cheaper.
Still too expensive? Financing options
In particular, a MacBook or iMac with a solid configuration can scratch the 2,000 euro mark or even go well beyond that. Those who cannot or do not want to afford products as a one-off payment can fall back on financing.
Apple itself offers this for an APR of 5.99 percent. The maximum financing period is 24 months, the minimum amount is 249 euros. Alternatively, you can pay off Apple devices at almost all retailers at a monthly rate, sometimes over a significantly longer period of time. You get off particularly well when dealers advertise with 0 percent financing within campaigns. This is more often the case at Media Markt or Saturn.
Save with iTunes credit
Anyone using an iPhone, iPad or Mac should bring apps, games, films and the like with them cheap iTunes credit finance. The cards are available almost every week with bonus credits or discounts. You can even buy subscription services like Apple Music much cheaper than using your mobile phone bill or credit card.
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