Use Currency and Regional Differences
If you’re a frequent traveler or don’t have a problem purchasing internationally (perhaps with the help of a VPN), you have access to an additional option not everyone can try: You see, Apple, like many companies, sets different prices in different regions around the world to match local buying power and other factors.
If the exchange rate of your currency is favorable compared to one of these regions, you may be able to save a significant amount of money just by buying in a different country. Unfortunately, this all requires annoying financial math.
There is an alternative: The website Apple Compass will automatically find out how much you can save if you want to buy in a different country. Unfortunately, it only works for a few models, and prices for those models tend to be the cheapest in the United States, so this tool is better for those living in Europe or other locations. Otherwise, you may want to pull up the latest currency conversions to see if you can find any savings on your own.