iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Mini on sale at up to Rs. 11,910 discount via Amazon India, Flipkart

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iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini are available at discounted prices on Amazon India and Flipkart. The discounts applied to the handsets vary depending on the stock and color differences of the variants. The e-commerce sites also offer banking and exchange deals on iPhone 12 models. Some of the color variants and certain storage options of the Apple iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Mini are not available on both Amazon and Flipkart.

iPhone 12 64GB Black is available at a discount of Rs. 11,910 at Amazon India from an MRP of Rs. 65,900. The blue and white variant will be available at a discount of Rs. 11,000 while the red color will get a discount of Rs. 9,910. The purple and green color options of the same storage option offer a discount of Rs. 8,910.

Meanwhile, the iPhone 12 128GB is available at a discount of up to Rs. 11,000 from the MRP of Rs. 70,900 at Amazon. The iPhone 12 256GB is available at a reduced price of Rs. 26,901 from the MRP of Rs. 94,900.

In addition, the e-commerce site offers up to Rs. 11,650 discount on exchange and up to Rs. 2,000 discount on Bank of Baroda credit card.

The iPhone 12 Mini is currently unavailable on Amazon.

On Flipkart, all iPhone 12 64GB color variants are offered at a discount of Rs. 10,910 from an MRP of Rs. 65,900. All iPhone 12 128GB color variants are available at a discount of Rs. 9,910 from an MRP of Rs. 70,900. The iPhone 12 256GB is currently not available on the site.

iPhone 12 Mini 64GB Black, Blue, Red and White is sold at a discount of Rs. 9,901 from an MRP of Rs. 59,900 while the Purple and Green variants are currently unavailable. The iPhone 12 Mini 128GB is currently not available on the site. iPhone 12 Mini 256GB is sold at a discount of Rs. 9,901 from an MRP Rs. 74,900. The iPhone 12 mini series is available with a discount of up to Rs. 13,000 on exchange and Rs. 3,250 off or 10 percent off Flipkart SBI credit card transactions.


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