The iPhone X Is Now Available From Just RM3749

Apple's premium flagship smartphone, which had a price tag of above RM5,000 at launch, is now available for a pretty steep price cut.

The Apple iPhone X, which the company boldly claims to be "the future of smartphones", is now available for well over RM1,000 off its original retail price.

Thanks to 11street's Shocking Deals campaign, which is regularly updated to include a wide range of products at attractive discounts, many deals can be found here. This iPhone X deal is one such example. Bearing an original price tag of RM5,149 and RM5,899 for the 64GB and 256GB respectively, a seller in 11street is offering the devices for just RM3,999 and RM4,499 for the two storage options. From the listing, it appears that the Space Grey models is available in both 64GB and 256GB options, while the Silver colourway is only available in the 256GB storage.

In addition, the seller is also bundling free gifts including a TPU silicone case and a tempered glass. And, with 11street's ongoing Electronics Big Savings campaign, customers can grab a voucher to take up to RM200 off the iPhone X's price tag. This campaign ends on 31 July.

And, to maximise your savings further, you should look into using a cashback credit card for this purchase. A solid choice would be the Maybankard 2 American Express card (5% cashback on weekends, capped at RM50 + 5x Treats Points), the Public Bank Quantum Mastercard (5% cashback for online purchases, capped at RM30), or the Public Bank Visa Signature (6% cashback on all transactions, capped at RM38). There are plenty others too, so be sure to check out our list of cashback credit cards page.

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  • GenXYZ

    CIMB Cash Rebate Platinum Mastercard no more giving 5% cashback on online transactions, now I use quantum mastercard instead

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    • RinggitPlus

      Hi, Gen XYZ

      Thanks for updating us and we apologise for the inaccurate information. We will update the article with the relevant card to use for the purchase.

      Thanks for the update and we hope this helps.

      Reply
    • ANNIE GAN

      Your info is wrong. The discount is only up ro RM200.00

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      • RinggitPlus

        Hi, Annie

        Thanks for updating us and we apologise for the inaccurate information. We will update the article accordingly with the relevant facts.

        Thanks for the update and we hope this helps.

        Reply