Apple typically takes a low-key approach to Black Friday here in Australia, and this year it's chose to offer up Apple gift cards with purchases of selected Apple products. Still, given its report lines up closely with Daily Economic News' one, we can't really rule it out entirely, they may very well be right.
Today is Black Friday and if you are braving the crowds looking for some smoking deals on tech products, you will want to check out Walmart. It should be noted that the situation with the action in Russian Federation remains unclear, as in most stores customers simply refuse to provide bonus cards, unlike other countries. It also offered Apple gift cards worth up to $150 with the purchase of select Mac computers.
If you visit Apple's Australian homepage, you will see an "Imagination is a gift" panel which will further lead you to the gifts page with the offer heading.
If the iPad Pro is more your style, Apple ups the ante with a $140 gift card, but the biggest bonus is to be found for Mac buyers.
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The iPhone SE will get you a £20 voucher as well as the Apple Watch Series 1 will merit a £20 gift voucher.
The offer is valid for both countries and the amount varies depending on the device you purchase. The company is only offering the deal for a single day.
Those disappointed that Apple aren't offering direct discounts on their products should not despair; other major retailers - including Argos, John Lewis and Currys - have slashed their prices on Apple products.
As for now, what are your thoughts on the company's One-Day Shopping event? Share your views in the comments.