Coles Cuts Prices on Apple Products


Customers to save 15% on apple devices and accessories with discounted gift cards

Coles is offering Australians a rare opportunity to nab a discount on Apple products by taking 15% off its Apple eGift Cards[1] on, while stocks last.

Apple gift cards are the number one selling retail gift card at Coles, and from today, savvy shoppers can take advantage of this money saving hack for their chance to save 15% off on a new iPhone, a pair of Airpods or a new-gen iPad at an official Apple store or website, when they buy a discounted gift card on first.

Cards can be purchased online only at with no card fee and can be loaded variably from $20 to $500. With a maximum order value of $1000, Coles’ Apple eGift cards can save customers up to $150 on their next Apple purchase to cut the cost on big ticket tech items.

The promotion offers customers a saving of $37.35 on Apple Airpods (usually $249), $119.25 on an Apple Watch ($799) or $67.35 on the new-generation iPad ($449). Customers can also get 15% off the entry level iPhone 14 Pro that starts at $999, which represents a saving of $149.85.

The Apple eGift cards can also be used for purchases in the Apple App store for iTunes, increase iCloud storage, or subscribe to Apple TV, all at a discounted price.

Coles General Manager for Health and Home Deb Galle said the limited-time offer is a way to provide extra value to customers on one of the most purchased gift cards at Coles.

“Luxury items might not be top of mind right now as household budgets tighten. At Coles, we are committed to providing value on everyday essentials when shopping in-store, but we also want to bring value to all areas of the family home with a sizeable discount available on any Apple tech you might need now or in the future,” she said.

“This is the ultimate money-saving hack for a brand that very rarely discounts its products. With Apple sales and discounts few and far between, you can purchase an Apple eGift Card and use it on whatever Apple product suits your needs.”

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