Mac Otakara [Google Translate] reports that Apple Stores across Japan are once more conducting their traditional Fukubukuro, or “lucky bag” sale, which gives customers the opportunity to purchase a bag full of a random selection of products.
This year’s lucky bags, which sell for 36,000 yen, or $345, come in four different configurations with certain items appearing in every bag, including a t-shirt commemorating the event, an Incase City Collection Compact Backpack in a special red color, and a Mophie Juice Pack PowerStation Mini with a design to match the grab bag.
All Apple Lucky Bags are sold “as-is,” and returns are not accepted unless the product is defective. Even with those restrictions, the bags have proven to be popular, with many eager customers lining up the night before to snag a bag.
The various bag configurations include:
The MacBook Air lucky bag contains a 11-inch MacBook Air with a Power Support Air Jacket, an Apple Magic Mouse, and a Beats by Dre Pill Bluetooth speaker.
Another version of the bag contains a Wi-Fi only iPad Air with Smart Cover, Nike+ FuelBand SE, Phillips Hue Starter Kit, and Square Reader.
A third version of the lucky bag are includes a non-Retina iPad Mini, along with items such as the Jaybirds BlueBuds X Bluetooth headphones, the IZON View remote camera, and Logitech’s Ultimate Ears Mobile Boombox.
Finally, a fourth variation of the Apple Fukubukuro contain a 7th generation iPad nano, along with products that include the Jaybirds BlueBuds X Bluetooth headphones, the IZON View remote camera, and Logitech’s Ultimate Ears Mobile Boombox.