Apple's 2014 'Lucky Bags' Go On Sale at Japanese Retail Stores

Apple's 2014 'Lucky Bags' Go On Sale at Japanese Retail Stores

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Apple's 2014 Lucky Bags promotion went live today, allowing users to purchase bags of Apple products and accessories, without knowing what is inside of them. This year, the bag costs ¥36,000 which comes out to around USD $345.

This year's bag comes in four different sets although every bag includes an Incase City Collection backpack, a t-shirt commemorating the event, and a Mophie Juice Pack PowerStation Mini. One of the bags contains an 11-Inch MacBook Air, an Apple Magic Mouse, Beats HeadPhones and more. Another version of the bag comes with an iPad Air, Nike+ fuelband, Phillips Lightbulb Kit, and more.

The final two version of the bag include an iPad Mini first generation, or an iPod Nano 7th generation, and include Logitech Ultimate Ears Mobile, JayBirds BlueBuds X Bluetooth headphones, IZON View Remote Camera and More.

These bags are sold as is, and you can't return the bag unless a product is defective.

Check out the video below which shows customers lining up for the bags, which are an annual tradition at retail locations in Japan.

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Apple's 2014 'Lucky Bags' Go On Sale at Japanese Retail Stores
Apple's 2014 'Lucky Bags' Go On Sale at Japanese Retail Stores

DarkSide - January 4, 2014 at 7:15am
You'll never see that here. Apple already has American fanboys by the balls. They can fill a box full of dog turds, slap an apple logo on it and you'd still pay a premium price for it. They're kissing a little Japanese a$$ to butter them up to eventually sell them dog turds with a logo on it.
Samsungs cock. - January 4, 2014 at 1:51pm
Meanwhile samsuck is sucking apple's cock because there new s4 has flaming problems after another attempt to spy on apple and give their sheeps wannabe info on why iPhone sucks to make them sound desperate once again.
Sean - January 3, 2014 at 5:32am
$345???? And IPad air or MacBook Air???? Bring this tradition to the US!!!! Hell. I'd pay$500.
K - January 3, 2014 at 2:50pm
I would be damned if this scavenger hunt recently the iBeacons are used for actually gave us these as a prize, remember?
ryo hazuki - January 2, 2014 at 6:22pm
@bob do all redneck comes from alabamba? or your just a troll?
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