Here’s how you can buy the iPhone 7 for the best price on October 7th

“Several e-commerce portals have cashback offers on the newly announced iPhone 7 and 7 Plus”

Apple recently launched the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus and as all Apple products go, these phones aren’t short of an audience waiting anxiously to buy them. Taking note of the massive demand for the newer iPhones, several e-commerce websites are striking when the iron is hot and have several offers on them. As the only thing better than the iPhone 7 is an iPhone 7 on a huge discount, we aggregated a list of all the offers you can find on the device so before you click the buy now button, take a look.



The website has an offer for SBI card holders wherein they will be entitled to a 10 percent discount instantaneously (with a maximum discount value of Rs 1,750 per card) upon the purchase of an iPhone 7. The Citibank offer of flat Rs 10,000 discount was active only till the 6th of October.


Snapdeal is offering an instant cashback of Rs 10,000 on the Apple iPhone 7 and 7 Plus for American Express Card  members. This discount can also be clubbed with Snapdeal’s on-going exchange offers on phones and ‘zero cost’ EMIs. 


What started as a portal for mobile recharges now has several categories of goods listed on its website with smartphones being one of them. Consumers buying the new iPhones from Paytm can avail a cashback offer of up to Rs 7,000 depending upon the model of the phone they choose. Buyers need to use the code “SEVEN7K” to avail this offer. Do note that the cashback amount will be credited back to the user’s Paytm wallet within 24 hours of the product being shipped.

Offline retailers

For consumers who prefer buying the product offline, Citi Bank has partnered with several authorised Apple reseller to give Rs 10,000 cashback on the purchase of a new iPhone 7. The offer is valid only for transactions occurring between 7 PM on October 7th till 7 AM on October 8th. A Rs 10,000 refund will be credited to the buyers Citi Bank account within a period of 90 days with the offer being valid on both EMI and Non-EMI transactions.

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