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Apple offers free Christmas shipping in NZ

29 Nov 2011

Apple NZ is offering free shipping on all products purchased between now and December 25, as part of a worldwide pre-Christmas push.


In contrast to the iPhone 4S release, it appears we are one of the lucky countries this time around, with others such as Canada and the United Kingdom only benefiting from the offer for one day.


Apple is also offering free gift wrapping on iPod, iPad and select iPhone purchases, as well as the chance to add a free laser engraving to iPod or iPad purchases.


The offer coincides with Cyber Monday in the US, a day which traditionally sees a boom in online shopping as workers return to work from their Thanksgiving breaks and start making purchases for Christmas.

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