Apple Stores Offer Price Matching on iPads, iPhones, and Macs

Apple Stores Offer Price Matching on iPads

Initial reports from 9to5Mac followed by confirmation from MacRumors reveal that Apple’s retail outlets have begun matching the prices of competitors on select products including iPads, iPhones, and Mac computers. This development was first noticed over the recent weekend and has since been formalized across all stores.

An Apple store employee shared that the company has established a formal price matching policy.

Apple Stores Offer Price Matching on iPads

This allows store specialists to offer price reductions of up to 10% on Apple devices without needing managerial approval. Additionally, when a business customer purchases an Apple product along with a non-Apple accessory via a special order, they can receive up to a 20% discount on the accessory.

It’s important to note that if a third-party reseller advertises a discount exceeding 10% on Apple products, Apple stores might still match these prices.

However, such transactions typically require a discussion with the store manager. It’s also worth mentioning that price matching at Apple stores only applies to products advertised by recognized resellers, excluding items sold by individuals on platforms like Amazon or eBay.

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