Jet.com, the e-commerce subsidiary of Walmart and direct competitor with Amazon, has officially become an Apple Authorized Retailer offering nearly the entire range of Apple products via its online retail storefront, the company announced on Wednesday morning.
The website, which was founded in 2014 by Marc Lowe and acquired by international brick-and-mortar conglomerate, Walmart, back in 2016 for $3.3 billion, now offers an extensive range of brand-new Apple products at some of the lowest prices you’ll find on the web.
In additional to Apple’s full line of Mac computers, including iMacs, MacBooks and MacBook Pros, Jet.com offers iPhones, iPads, Apple Watch and Apple TV devices, as well as HomePods, Beats by Dre headphones and an exhaustive line of accessories from cases to cords and cables, batteries, Apple-branded peripherals and more.
Additionally, Jet.com is offering an exclusive range of Apple product bundles with deep discounts of up to $200 off the retail price.
- Buyers can pick up a brand-new (2017) 13-inch MacBook Pro bundled with a Magic Mouse 2 and Beats Studio 3 wireless headphones (a $1,928 value) for just $1,752 – a savings of $175.
- Buyers can scoop up a 13-inch MacBook Air bundled with Beats Solo 3 and a Magic Mouse 2 (a $1,728 value) for just $1,578 – a savings of $125.
- Other bundles are available on products including the Apple Watch Series 3, iPhone X and more, and they can be accessed via this link.
While the specific details of Apple’s partnership with Jet remain under wraps, it’s worth pointing out that as an official, Apple Authorized reseller, Jet now provides a key benefit to customers looking for new Apple products on the web.
Amazon, Jet’s closest competitor in the booming e-commerce space, is unable to offer the same deals with unrestricted access to Apple’s full product line. However Amazon does offer some Mac computers and Apple TV devices via third-party retail partners accessible through its website.
Interestingly, Amazon also offers the Apple TV and select Mac computers via its own retail channels however the Jeff Bezos who founded e-commerce giant had, for a time previously, pulled Apple TV from it shelves prior to reinstating availability last year.
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