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Black Friday Deals: Apple Accessories, Cases, Docks, Home Automation and More

In addition to Black Friday deals from Best Buy, MacMall and other major retailers, many smaller companies are offering discounts on Apple products, accessories and apps for U.S. Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

A number of those deals are highlighted below, with most beginning to go live, and more can be found in our Black Friday roundup. Please note that product availability may be limited, and prices are subject to change.

Intrepid Bag Co.


The Intrepid Bag Co., a site that makes high-quality leather bags, has an exclusive discount code for MacRumors readers. Between now and December 2nd, use the code WeLoveMacRumors10 to get a discount on any of the site's products.

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Casetify


Casetify, a site that specializes in customizable iPhone cases and Apple Watch bands, is offering 20% off site wide. MacRumors readers can get an extra 10% discount for a total of 30% off all products with the promo code MACRUMORS30. The deal will last from Friday, November 27 to Tuesday, December 1.

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Sewell Direct


Sewell Direct is discounting several of its most popular products for Black Friday.

- MOS Magnetic Cord Organizer - $6.95, 65% off
- Monk Wallet cases for iPhone 4s/5s - $4.95 to $9.95, 50% off
- MOS Spring 6-ft Lightning Cable - $25.85, 30% off
- MOS Spring 1-ft Lightning Cable - $13.95, 30% off
- MOS Kick iPhone stand - $14.95, 40% off
- MOS Reach extension cord - $11.95, 40% off

SensoGlove


The SensoGlove Digital Golf Glove is available for 20% off from Thursday, November 26 to Friday, December 4 with the coupon code BlackFriday2015.

OWC


OWC has a large selection of used Macs on sale for customers who are looking to get a deal on an older machine. OWC is also offering discounts on a range of Apple-related products from Wednesday November 25 to Friday, December 4.

- Apple Lightning Cables - $7, 63% off
- Apple Earpods - $8.75, down from $29
- SSDs - Several SSDs discounted, including 100GB for $29 and 240GB for $109.80
- MagSafe Cables - New from $57.50, used from $35
- Mac Memory Kits with 8GB RAM - Starting at $58
- Mac DIY Drive Upgrade Kits - From $47
- Griffin Loop Tablet Stand - $2.90, down from $29.99
- Ten One Design Mountie Clip - $15, down from $24.95
- Edimax AC 450 Wi-Fi Wireless Adapter - $15, down from $39
- Edimax SP-2101W Smart Plug Switch - $25, down from $49

Situ Scale


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Situ Scale, which we reviewed in July, is an iPad-connected scale that aims to offer a more precise picture of the calorie and nutrient content in food. The scale has gotten a lot of recent updates and is available at a 25% discount for Black Friday using the code BLACKFRIDAY when checking out. With the discount, the scale is available for $89.99 instead of $119.99. The deal is available from now until November 28.

Nodus


iPhone and iPad cases from Nodus are available at a 25% discount from Friday, November 27 to Monday, November 30.

Speck


On Black Friday through Cyber Monday, Speck will be offering 25% off all products site wide, with the exception of sale items. On MacBook items, Speck will be offering 40% off.

Zagg


On Black Friday, Zagg will offer a buy one get one free deal on its lineup of InvisibleShield screen protectors for the iPhone, iPad, and other electronic devices.

Brydge Keyboards


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Brydge is offering discounts on a selection of its iPad keyboards. The BrydgeMini for iPad mini is available for $30 off, dropping the price to $99.99, while the BrydgeAir is available for $20 off, dropping the price to $129.99. The Brydge+ for older iPads is also $20 off, dropping the price to $79.99.

More deals ahead…

Incipio


From Wednesday, November 25 to Sunday, November 29 Incipio is offering 30% off site wide and 70% off a selection of mobile accessories.

Clamcase


From Wednesday, November 25 to Sunday, November 29 Clamcase is offering 30% off site wide and 20% off select iPad Air 2 and iPad mini keyboard cases.

Braven


From Wednesday, November 25 to Sunday, November 29 Braven is offering $50 off any of its speakers or 50% off the Braven Mira, 710, and 770 speakers.

Kanex Products


Kanex is offering up to 60% off its selection of Apple accessories, including a $100 discount on its Thunderbolt 2 Express Dock, dropping the price to $149.95. The Sydnee tablet and smartphone charging station is available for 40% off, dropping the price to $49.95, and the 6,000 mAh GoPower battery pack is available for 60% off, dropping the price to $19.95.

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Kanex's deals are available from November 25 to November 30.

Apogee


Between Wednesday, November 25 and Tuesday, December 1 Apogee Electronics is offering up to 55% off its selection of refurbished products for musicians and audiophiles. This includes significant deals on the Duet, the Quartet, the JAM, and more.

Withings


Starting at midnight on 11/27, Withings will offer up to 60% off its selection of smart products, including the Smart Body Analyzer and the Activite Pop.

Canary


A two device Canary home security camera multi-pack is available for $349, down from $379.99. The deal will be available until Cyber Monday.

Ecobee


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From Thanksgiving Day through Cyber Monday, Ecobee is offering two additional room sensors with the purchase of the Ecobee 3 HomeKit-enabled thermostat.

Leviton


In partnership with Wink, Leviton is offering a 40% discount on any Wink-compatible Leviton Decora lighting product with the promo code WINKSALE. The discount goes up to 45% with the purchase of three products and 50% with the purchase of five. The sale will last until 12:00 a.m. ET on December 4.

OtterBox


OtterBox is discounting its Defender Series products for tablets by 40% and offering 15% off all other tablet cases. The deals will be available from Thanksgiving Day until Cyber Monday.

Bluelounge


Bluelounge is offering 20% off orders over $40 (promo code 20OFF), 25% off orders over $80 (promo code 25OFF), and 30% off orders over $120 (promo code 30OFF). All bags are also available for 50% off with the promo code 50BAGS. The sale is valid from Friday, November 27 to Monday, November 30.

Juli Clover contributed to this report. MacRumors is an affiliate partner with some of these vendors.



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9 months ago

Some of those URLs are affiliate links. It would be good for MR to identify in the article which links they receive compensation when readers purchase items through those links. Failure to identify those links tends to blur the line between a news item and an advertisement. :(


Who cares!?

Its obviously ALL an advertisement of Black Friday deals. Pretty much every tech site is doing the same thing, and hoping to be compensated in some way. Good for them.

This site is business, not a non-profit-feed-the-needy-children charitable organization.

I sure hope Macrumors can make some money from these advertisements! They've provided us amazing, FREE news/rumors/content for YEARS! I love supporting sites I enjoy by clicking and buying stuff I need through their links.

Sorry if it comes across rude, but too many get all offended when a site that has provided A FREE SERVICE for years tries to make some extra advertising cash once in a while. Websites aren't free.

KEEP IT UP MACRUMORS! Any good iPad Pro deals?
Rating: 5 Votes
9 months ago
Some of those URLs are affiliate links. It would be good for MR to identify in the article which links they receive compensation when readers purchase items through those links. Failure to identify those links tends to blur the line between a news item and an advertisement. :(
Rating: 4 Votes
9 months ago
Stop posting these huge ads disguised as "news" on the front page. You have a Black Friday roundup section, post these things there. This stuff is irrelevant for more than half of the visitors since we're not in the US.
Rating: 4 Votes
9 months ago

You are kind of being a dick right now.


Not really, I'm not using insults or profanity.

I really want to know why people care. Solid reasons. I clicked on the forum link, and the SECOND post was someone complaining about the links.

What's the problem with a FREE site providing links to other sites and products for which they might receive a few fractions of a cent for clicks? Seems like thats what every site in the world does. Its expected.

Would you rather have no ads and no links, and a $29 a year MacRumors subscription?

[Disclaimer: These posts are my opinion. No profits are being collected from these posts. I have no business or personal relationship with MacRumors, it's owners, affiliates, lawyers, priests, or pets. No platypuses were harmed in the making of these posts.]
Rating: 3 Votes
9 months ago

Who cares!?

Its obviously ALL an advertisement of Black Friday deals. Pretty much every tech site is doing the same thing, and hoping to be compensated in some way. Good for them.

This site is business, not a non-profit-feed-the-needy-children charitable organization.

I sure hope Macrumors can make some money from these advertisements! They've provided us amazing, FREE news/rumors/content for YEARS! I love supporting sites I enjoy by clicking and buying stuff I need through their links.

Sorry if it comes across rude, but too many get all offended when a site that has provided A FREE SERVICE for years tries to make some extra advertising cash once in a while. Websites aren't free.

KEEP IT UP MACRUMORS! Any good iPad Pro deals?


I care. I want to support MacRumors, but I'd like to see a disclaimer that there are affiliate links here.

The way iMore does it is great: "This post may contain affiliate links. See our disclosure policy for more details."
Rating: 3 Votes
9 months ago

Oh lord. Disclaimers. Lovely.

Why do you care? Does it matter if MacRumors makes a commission or not off the links they provide?


You are kind of being a dick right now.
Rating: 2 Votes
9 months ago
Happy Thanksgiving.
If you need MacRumors legal dept to footnote their storries/rumors and product links, then you are in the wrong little corner of the internet. This is a site to enjoy, not complain about. Most of us can tell the difference between a rumor or a sales plug. Both are welcome here by me.
Rating: 2 Votes
9 months ago

I care. I want to support MacRumors, but I'd like to see a disclaimer that there are affiliate links here.

The way iMore does it is great: "This post may contain affiliate links. See our disclosure policy for more details."


Oh lord. Disclaimers. Lovely.

Why do you care? Does it matter if MacRumors makes a commission or not off the links they provide?

IT'S A BUSINESS. Assume any and all links provided are provided with the intent of making some kind of advertising commission.

Do you need disclaimers and disclosure policies from Nickelodeon in front of every Lego ad played during your favorite Spongebob Square Pants episode?

Sorry. Seems silly that people get so offended when a site posts some links. It's why Lawyers are so successful - writing disclaimers and disclosure policies...
Rating: 1 Votes
9 months ago

Insult or profanity are not a prerequisite for being a jerk.



So there can't be solid reasons because the SECOND post was someone noted the conflict of interest? Really? :rolleyes:

The SOLID reason was already noted. MR is a news site first and foremost. Adding URLs with affiliate links means the site has a financial interest in the "news" story. The way to avoid the conflict is to clearly LABEL those affiliate links in the article.



More than a faction of a cent. And the amount is irrelevant; the important thing is to CALL OUT places where the site can be making money on its "news" story.



Seems like someone is complacent on the practice and wants to impose their complacency on everyone else.



No that's a false dilemma ('https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/False_dilemma'), a fallacious way of arguing. The solution was noted in my first message: It would be good for MR to identify in the article which links they receive compensation when readers purchase items through those links. Why are you asking a question that has already been answered?



Exactly. This is another example of acting like a jerk.

Your questions were answered before you ever asked them. Were you really asking a question?


You should totally lawyer-up and send this and every other site that offends you by not disclaiming clear advertising policies cease and desist letters! Stand up for your rights! Start an organization! It's all about your rights as a consumer of tech news! Don't let them trample you with sneaky links and undisclosed potential profit making! Who do they think they are!?

Ok, I'm out of this thread. I thought it'd be about sweet Black Friday deals, but it's a buzzkill.
Rating: 1 Votes
9 months ago

KEEP IT UP MACRUMORS! Any good iPad Pro deals?


No.

Here's A Clue: A product released just two weeks ago where orders are already backlogged will NOT be included in BF sales. No iPad Pros. No iPad Pro Keyboards. And definitely no iPad Pro Pencils.
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