You have reached the best part of the year when you can bag lucrative deals on various tech products in the UK. The Boxing Day sales of 2015 is already creating waves of excitements among customers with massive discounts on a spree of Apple products. Tech fans are also looking forward to January sales in 2016 next month.
You can take a quick look at the live blog of Macworld to show you excellent tech deals throughout December and into January. Here is a quick summary of those deals.
· Carphone Warehouse is offering UK£100 (approx. AU$204) on iPhone contracts as part of its Christmas sale. You can also buy the iPhone 6s with the 16GB version for a mere UK£59.99 (approx. AU$122) upfront and just pay UK£29 (approx. AU$59) per month for a period of 24 months. This offer also includes 1,000 minutes of talk time, unlimited texts along with 1GB 4G data from Vodaphone. You should also note that the offer is valid only in the United Kingdom, notes CarphoneWarehouse.
· If you are a MacBook fan then it is the best time to grab a tempting deal. You will get £110 (approx. AU$224) off on a 13-inch MacBook Pro at the Currys. You will also get £80 (approx. AU$163) slashed from the total price of MacBook Air and £50 (approx. AU$102) off on a 21.5-inch iMac.
· The demand of smartwatches is immense nowadays. You can now save £50 (approx. AU$102) on all Apple Watch Sport and Apple Watch models at John Lewis. However, you should hurry since the offer is valid till Dec. 31, observes John Lewis.
· You can get the latest deal on a 32GB iPad Pro at eBay which is sold at £639.99 (approx. AU$1303). You may use the code AIR10 at the time of checkout at Currys to get £20 (approx. AU$41) on iPads.
· If you have a penchant for photography then it is the best time to get enticing deals on cameras at Currys. The retailer offers £100 (approx. AU$204) cashback on selected camcorders and cameras, says Currys.
Apart from the aforementioned deals on different Apple tech products, you can enjoy more discounts and savings on Apple products at other retail shops in the UK, notes MacWorld.