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Apple Announces (Black Friday) Holiday Sale for Friday, November 25th


As noted by MacStories, Apple has started posting teaser announcements about their Black Friday holiday sale for Friday, November 25th. The teaser first appeared on their Australian online store and will likely be propagating around the world.
The special one-day Apple shopping event. This Friday, November 25.

Mark your calendar now, and come back to the Apple Online Store for the special one-day event. You'll discover amazing iPad, iPod and Mac gifts for everyone on your list.
Apple's discounts are typically relatively small compared to other retailers. Last year, Apple offered $101 discounts on their iMac, MacBook Pro and MacBook Air lines, with $11-$41 discounts on the iPods and iPads.

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39 months ago

I need $25 itunes code. Where should I buy it online that they can send the code via email?
I need it for buying the apps.

There is no Apple store where I am living to buy them.


You can get iTunes gift cars almost anywhere lol.
Rating: 7 Votes
39 months ago
Their stuff flies off the shelves with no discount. That why they don't participate.
Rating: 5 Votes
39 months ago
I bet if they raised all the prices for Black Friday people would still camp out.
Rating: 4 Votes
39 months ago

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As noted by MacStories (http://www.macstories.net/news/apple-announces-holiday-sale-for-this-friday-across-the-world/), Apple has started posting teaser announcements about their Black Friday holiday sale for Friday, November 25th. The teaser first appeared (http://store.apple.com/au/browse/holiday/shopping_event) on their Australian online store and will likely be propagating around the world.Apple's discounts are typically relatively small compared to other retailers. Last year (http://www.macrumors.com/2010/11/25/black-friday-2010-major-discounts-on-apple-and-mac-products/), Apple offered $101 discounts on their iMac, MacBook Pro and MacBook Air lines, with $11-$41 discounts on the iPods and iPads.

Article Link: Apple Announces (Black Friday) Holiday Sale for Friday, November 25th (http://www.macrumors.com/2011/11/21/apple-announces-black-friday-holiday-sale-for-friday-november-25th/)


Apple's Black Friday events have always been disappointing. Similar discounts can be had from Apple outlets throughout the year. I wouldn't get your hopes up people. Apple always disappoints in this area.
Rating: 3 Votes
39 months ago

I bet if there was a story about Steve Jobs single handedly saving five babies from a burning house and ending the war on terror at the same time, you would still make a negative post about it.


Jobs is gone. Get over it. We're in the post-Jobs era.
Rating: 3 Votes
39 months ago
I don't expect much out of this sale. Maybe just maybe they will hit Amazon price levels.
Rating: 3 Votes
39 months ago
In the market for an iPad 2 for my mom let's hope it gets discounted at least somewhat.
Rating: 2 Votes
39 months ago
Black friday sale at Apple? How many people have seen major discounts at apple other than educational? At best Apple will have minimal discounts. Nothing to gawk at.:(
Rating: 2 Votes
39 months ago

Jobs is gone. Get over it. We're in the post-Jobs era.


Typical. It was an example, but I wouldn't expect anything else.
Rating: 2 Votes
39 months ago
Apple? Discount? No way!
It's probably like tax-free shopping, and nothing else...
Rating: 2 Votes

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