Apple Announces Japanese New Year Promotion With Limited-Edition AirTag

In celebration of the Japanese New Year, Apple will be holding a two-day promotion that offers customers in Japan a free Apple gift card worth up to ¥32,000 with the purchase of an eligible Apple product on January 2 and January 3.

Apple Japanese New Year 2023
Gift card amounts will range from ¥4,000 for second-generation AirPods and other accessories to ¥32,000 for the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro.

In addition to a gift card, the first 30,000 customers in Japan who purchase a new iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 12, or iPhone SE from Apple during the promotion will receive a limited-edition AirTag with a Year of the Rabbit engraving for 2023.

Apple has shared full terms and conditions for the promotion with additional details. Notably, iPhone orders placed through the Apple Store app will not qualify for a limited-edition AirTag, so make sure to complete the purchase on Apple's website. The promotion will also be available at Apple's retail stores in Japan.

Apple has run a Japanese New Year promotion for many years. Last year's promotion offered a limited-edition AirTag for the Year of the Tiger.

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Top Rated Comments

purplerainpurplerain Avatar
12 hours ago at 01:29 pm
Modern Gen Z Japan and South Korea culture is the best. Very fashionable, trendy, amazing generation of film makers, always inventing new foods. They love Apple.
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macsplusmacs Avatar
12 hours ago at 12:54 pm
I like bunnies.

Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
sorgo Avatar
11 hours ago at 01:32 pm
I love that this applies to the 13 mini and SE specifically. I could see both of those models being relatively popular in Japan.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Daws Avatar
10 hours ago at 02:31 pm
I wonder if they will use Jefferson Airplane's White Rabbit as part of the advertising campaign.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
JapanApple Avatar
6 hours ago at 07:14 pm

Are you joking? Do you know how much product is cheaper in Japan, than the rest of the world?? Compare your car prices to Australia or your groceries for starters..?‍♂️
?LOL, you're assuming it with Buy with foreign currency.
You living in japan with japan monies ( like I am) it's not all as your say.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
svish Avatar
5 hours ago at 08:15 pm
AirTags with the engraving looks good.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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