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Black Friday 2013: Apple Product Discounts Still Available Online

bf-holiday-hero-xl-2013With Black Friday well under way, many of the best deals have already sold out, or were only available in-store only. Here's a list of what's still available online.

Apple Store

Apple's online Black Friday sale continues until tonight with gift cards ranging from $50-$150 depending on model.

Apple's Black Friday sale is over.

iTunes Gift Cards, Accessories and Mac Software

- $100 iTunes Gift Card - $85 ($15 off)
- Apple TV - $85 ($15 off)

- Adobe Photoshop Elements 12 - $49.99 ($50 off)
- Adobe Photoshop Elements 12 & Premiere Elements 12 - $69.99 ($80 off)
- Quickbooks 2014 for Mac - $181.30 ($68.65 off)
- Microsoft Office 2011 Mac - $99.99 ($40 off)
- VMWare Fusion 6 - $38.88 ($21 off)

iPad Air

iPads were quick to sell out from various locations. BestBuy is sold out online for many products, but they still offer $50-$70 discounted prices for iPad Airs for online order with the option for in-store pickup.

MacMall now offers lower discounted prices on the iPad Air, though you may have to call them directly to reserve it at that price.

- iPad Air Wi-Fi - $20-$34 Off
- iPad Air Wi-Fi + Cellular - $20-$34 Off

BHPhotoVideo also has similar discounts for iPad Airs.

MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, iMac

The deepest Mac discounts from BestBuy sold out quickly. But some still remain:

- 15" Retina MacBook Pros - $150 off
- 21.5" iMac - $200 off

MacMall's Black Friday Mac sales continues with online availability:

Current Model Retail MacMall
11.6" MacBook Air 128GB $999 -$69
11.6" MacBook Air 256GB $1199 -$69
13.3" MacBook Air 128GB $1099 -$69
13.3" MacBook Air 256GB $1299 -$69
13" MacBook Pro (Retina) 128GB $1299 -$49
13" MacBook Pro (Retina) 256GB $1499 -$49
13" MacBook Pro (Retina) 512GB $1799 -$49
15" MacBook Pro (Retina) 256GB $1999 -$74
15" MacBook Pro (Retina) 512GB $2599 -$74
21.5" iMac 2.7GHz $1299 -$49
21.5" iMac 2.9GHz $1499 -$49
27" iMac 3.2GHz $1799 -$49
27" iMac 3.4GHz $1999 -$49
Click on prices to link directly to product.

iOS App Discounts

iOS developers are discounting their apps as well with prices tracked in real-time on AppShopper.

Pricing and availability changes rapidly on Black Friday, so sales may not be current. Some links may be via our affiliate links which can financially benefit this site.

Top Rated Comments

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20 weeks ago

Can the gift card be applied to the current purchase or only for a future purchase?


Only future purchase. Are you serious?
Rating: 5 Positives
20 weeks ago
I want to Apple yesterday with a receipt from Nov 1 for an iPad Mini ( for a kid for Christmas) and a receipt for an iPad Air. They not only gave me a $50 gift card and a $75 gift card but also redid both my purchases which increased my AppleCare an additional 29 days! Love Apple customer service.
Rating: 3 Positives
20 weeks ago

I don't understand why Apple wouldn't give the gift card on a sale today in the education store too.


Probably because they offer the back to school promotion in the fall with gift cards
Rating: 2 Positives
20 weeks ago
I don't understand why Apple wouldn't give the gift card on a sale today in the education store too.
Rating: 2 Positives
20 weeks ago

Buy some shares of AAPL instead. Or donate some money to a local charity.

Mindlessly buying expensive gadgets for no specific purpose is a bit wasteful, no? Anyhow, it's up to you to figure out what to do with your dollars.

Good luck.


If instead of buying the first ipod in 2001 for it's price of $399, you purchased 22 shares of AAPL at $17.65, your investment would now be worth $12,233. Sobering thought (because i bought that first ipod).
Rating: 1 Positives
20 weeks ago
Holding off till late June 2014, just saved over 3000 dollars yesterday, yeah debt free black Friday!
Rating: 1 Positives
20 weeks ago

I have no idea what you are doing here.


I'm here for the hot chicks and free booze.

Duh.
Rating: 1 Positives
20 weeks ago

Buy some shares of AAPL instead. Or donate some money to a local charity.

Mindlessly buying expensive gadgets for no specific purpose is a bit wasteful, no? Anyhow, it's up to you to figure out what to do with your dollars.

Good luck.


I have no idea what you are doing here.
Rating: 1 Positives
20 weeks ago

Buy some shares of AAPL instead. Or donate some money to a local charity.

Mindlessly buying expensive gadgets for no specific purpose is a bit wasteful, no? Anyhow, it's up to you to figure out what to do with your dollars.

Good luck.


Someone's jealous because he bought an Apple product when it wasn't on sale :p
Also, I would not recommend buying AAPL at the moment unless it's short term. Getting my sell order ready.
Rating: 1 Positives
20 weeks ago

I don't understand why Apple wouldn't give the gift card on a sale today in the education store too.

Students have always enough money.

/s
Rating: 1 Positives

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