It’s that time of year again, folks!
Machines is back again with their annual warehouse sale. This year, the sale will be held at The School in Jaya One from 27th to 29th June and there are loads of really good offers on your favourite Apple products!
Here are some of the highlights for this year’s sale;
- iPhone 6 32GB for RM734 (used to be RM1,199)
- iPhone 7 Plus 32GB for RM1,469 (used to be RM2,749)
- iPhone 8 64GB for RM2,029 (used to be RM2,899)
- iPhone 8 Plus 64GB for RM2,309 (used to be RM3,299)
- iPad Pro 11” WiFi 64GB for RM2,449 (used to be RM3,499)
- MacBook Pro 15.4″ with Touch Bar for RM6,999 (used to be RM10,495)
- iMac 27″ for RM4,899 (used to be RM7,951)
Besides gadgets, the sale includes plenty of awesome accessories too. Not forgetting, the backpacks, watches, and earphones of course!
Check out the full list of items on sale via Machines’ website here for more information!
So, can’t wait to check this sale out and enjoy massive discounts? Here’s where you can find this warehouse sale;
Machines Warehouse Sale 2019
Date: 27th June (Machines+ members’ preview), 28th – 29th June (General public)
Venue: Level P2, The School by Jaya One, 72A, Jalan Universiti, Seksyen 13, 46200 Petaling Jaya
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