Best Holiday 2013 Deals on iPhones, iPads, and Macs

Ahead of the Christmas holiday, several major retailers are offering significant discounts on popular Apple products like the iPhone 5c, iPhone 5s, and various iPads and Macs. We've gathered the best holiday deals below for consumers looking to get the latest Apple products for lower prices.

Some of these deals, many of which are in-store only, may vary by location and are only available while supplies last. All iPhone deals listed require a two-year contract.

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iPhone 5s (Regularly Starts at $199):

- $119, 16GB: Walmart (In-store only through Dec. 24)
- $119, 16GB: Sam's Club (In-store only through January)
- $125/$225/$325, 16/32/64GB: Best Buy (In-store and online)
- $120/$220/$320, 16/32/64GB: MacMall (In-store only through Dec. 19)
- $150, 16GB: Target (In-store only)
- $119/$219/$319, 16/32/64GB: Fry's (In-store only)

iPhone 5c (Regularly Starts at $99):

- $25, 16GB: Sam's Club (In-store only through January)
- $27, 16GB: Walmart (In-store only through Dec. 24)
- $20/$120, 16/32GB: MacMall (In-store only through Dec. 19)
- $50/$150, 16/32GB: Best Buy (In-store and online)
- $50 with $50 Target gift card, 16GB: Target (In-store only)

16 GB iPad mini (Regularly $299):

- $260: Toys R Us (In-store only)
- $299 with $50 Walmart gift card (In-store only through Dec. 24)
- $299 with $100 RadioShack gift card (In-store only through Dec. 24)
- $299 with $30 Target gift card (In-store and online)

iPad Air (Regularly Starts at $499):

- $479, 16GB: MacMall (In-store and online)
- $450/$550, 16/32GB: Toys R Us (In-store only)

Macs:

- $100 off MacBook Airs: Best Buy
- $160 off 21.5-inch iMacs, Models ME086LL/A and ME087LL/A: Best Buy
- $160 off 27-inch iMac, Model ME088LL/A: Best Buy
- $24-$49 off current generation 13-inch Retina MacBook Pros: MacMall
- $59-$99 off current generation 15-inch Retina MacBook Pros: MacMall
- $29 off current generation 13-inch MacBook Air: MacMall
- $10-$102 off current generation iMacs: MacMall

MacMall's Mac deals last through December 19, while Best Buy's are through December 24. Both are available both in-store and online.

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Top Rated Comments

9000 Avatar
137 months ago
These aren't iPhone deals.

The storefronts are competing with each other to lure suckers into signing up for contracts which they get a bounty on.

Cheaper than the on-contract iPhone from the Apple Retail Store.
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Fanaticalism Avatar
137 months ago
These aren't iPhone deals.

The storefronts are competing with each other to lure suckers into signing up for contracts which they get a bounty on.
No bounty on iPhones.
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John.B Avatar
137 months ago
Macs:

- $100 off MacBook Airs: Best Buy (http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Global-Promotions/Special-Sale/pcmcat185700050011.c?id=pcmcat185700050011)
Sadly, no 8GB MBAs (http://www.bestbuy.com/site/promo/20131217-saleapple). :(
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jclo Avatar
137 months ago
When did Toys R Us start selling iPads?

Toys R Us has sold iPads for a couple of years now. Not all locations have iPads, though. Here's a list:

http://www.toysrus.com/shop/index.jsp?categoryId=23729826&csm=519247991&csc=3143728&csa=518701991&csu=3154222&camp=CME:EM121413G%2520Ipad%2520Email
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maxwelltech Avatar
137 months ago
When did Toys R Us start selling iPads?
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Parasprite Avatar
137 months ago
I love how MacMall prices are always included, even though that is what they normally charge. Kind of as a way of reminding us that other retailer's sale prices are usually not really very notable (more for computers than iDevices of course).
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