Apple Is Sending HomePod Discount Codes, But You Have To Be An Apple Music Subscriber To Avail It

Dec 12, 2018
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If you’re an Apple Music subscriber and you want to expand further into the Apple ecosystem, now might be a good time. The company is currently sending out emails to subscribers of its music streaming service with a promo code. The HomePod discount codes will buy you Apple’s brand new smart speaker with a noticeable reduction in price. If you’re up for it, you can avail the offer right now.

Apple Offering HomePod Discount Codes To Apple Music Subscribers In The UK

As we have mentioned earlier, Apple offering HomePod discount codes to Apple Music subscribers. If you’re someone residing in the UK, the promo code will reduce the price up to £50, which brings the price down to £269 directly from Apple. This is not a bad offer at all since it beats the average price of the HomePod that eBay is selling,

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However, there are some third-party retailers which are selling Apple’s smart speaker for as low as $250. Nonetheless, if you want your purchase to be directly from Apple, this is the time to get one for yourself. Another aspect that needs clearing is if the company has similar HomePod discount codes for users residing in the United States.

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We have already pointed it out that only Apple Music subscribers are receiving the discount codes via email. However, if you happen to have a promo code sent to you by someone you know, it is still acceptable on the Apple Store checkout.

At this point in time, the HomePod discount codes only seem to exist in the United Kingdom. However, we will definitely let you guys know as soon as a similar offer is available in other regions, including the United States. There will be more to the story, so be sure to stay tuned in for more details.

This is all for now, folks. What are your thoughts on Apple sending HomePod discount codes to Apple Music subscribers? Have you received yours? Share your views with us in the comments.

Source: 9to5mac

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