Apple's Black Friday Sale to be Gift Card Promotion Not Discounts?

Apple's Black Friday Sale to be Gift Card Promotion Not Discounts?

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Apple will reportedly offer a Gift Card Promotion on Black Friday rather than offering minimal discounts on various products as it has in the past, according to 9to5Mac.

According to multiple sources, Apple’s sales event this Friday will be based around gift cards, not discounts on products. If a customer buys a product from Apple on Black Friday, instead of receiving a discount, they will be given an Apple Store gift card. This gift card will likely not be able to be used at the time of purchase, solely at a later date. The setup is similar to that of Apple’s recent Back to School campaigns, but it is Apple Store cards, not iTunes cards…

The gift cards would come with flagship products such as Macs and iOS devices. A Mac might include a $100 gift card; whereas, an iPad might include a $50 gift card. Third party accessories would also come with gift cards. For example, the Dropcam is said to include a $25 gift card.

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Apple's Black Friday Sale to be Gift Card Promotion Not Discounts?
Taobao - November 28, 2013 at 8:19am
So you will give me gift cards to shop more from you... If a product cost $100 dollars to make and I'm spending $300 on Black Friday for it, am I saving money or losing money?
PewdsBro - November 28, 2013 at 1:12pm
Saving.
WarnerCastillo - November 28, 2013 at 7:07am
Don't think so, went to bestbuy to get an iPad mini ,and got told they could not sell them,they were on hold for black friday...
turkey - November 28, 2013 at 6:05am
There you go, that is the real holyday spirit. cashing, cashing, all morons Happy thanks for giving me all your money, ps. Steve Jobs.
Grup - November 28, 2013 at 4:46am
Im not going to shop anything fck tht
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