Apple Announces 2013 'Lucky Bag' Promotion for Japan on January 2nd

Posted December 26, 2012 at 9:10pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 8635 views

Apple has announced that its 2013 'Lucky Bag' promotional event for Japan will take place at seven stores on January 2nd, reports Tech in Asia.

The bags cost 33,000 yen or about $390. Inside you'll find things like iPods, headphones, and other accessories or if you're lucky an iPad, MacBook, or maybe a Mac Mini. You'll need to line up very early, typically the night before, for a chance to purchase one of these Lucky Bags.

Apple is expected to announce a sale for China soon as well:

Now, if you’re not in Japan, you can expect Apple to soon announce some sales where you are too. Fans in China especially can look forward to an announcement soon, as the dragon graphic for the Japan sale (pictured above) looks like it was designed with China in mind. Last year we saw Apple promote new years sales all across Asia on a Friday, so I expect we’ll see something similar this year, perhaps for next Friday, January 4. Stay tuned!

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android device in lucky bag N ;-)) - December 27, 2012 at 1:37am
What about an android device in the lucky bag ? ;-))) ahah
Fukran John - December 26, 2012 at 10:09pm
Lots of gimmicks to sell this non-moving $hitty iPhone. Poor japan people. Now will get in to this trap, thinking they will win. ROFL
Jedediah Johnson - December 26, 2012 at 10:43pm
Non moving iPhone? It's selling more than any other phone before it. Go back to your mothers basement you worthless troll.
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