MacMall Starts Black Friday Sale With Up to $142 Off 12.9" iPad Pro and Up to $180 Off Macs

Apple authorized reseller MacMall has started its annual Black Friday sale and is offering some of the best discounts we've seen on 12.9-inch iPad Pro models this week. MacMall is also offering some decent savings on other iPads, and select 12-inch MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, iMac, Mac mini, and Apple TV models.

iPad

ipad-pro-smart-keyboard12.9-inch iPad Pro

- Wi-Fi + Cellular/128GB/Silver for $887 ($142 off, regular $1,029)
- Wi-Fi + Cellular/128GB/Space Gray for $887 ($142 off, regular $1,029)
- Wi-Fi/32GB/Space Gray for $675 ($124 off, regular $799)
- Wi-Fi/128GB/Space Gray for $767 ($132 off, regular $899)
- Wi-Fi/128GB/Space Gray bundled with Smart Keyboard and Apple Pencil for $988 ($278 off, regular $1,266)
- Wi-Fi + Cellular/128GB/Space Gray w/ Smart Keyboard and Apple Pencil for $1,128 ($169 off, regular $1,297)

9.7-inch iPad Pro
- Wi-Fi/32GB/Space Gray for $491 ($108 off, regular $599)
- Wi-Fi/128GB/Space Gray for $583 ($116 off, regular $699)

Other iPads
- iPad Air 2 in Wi-Fi/32GB/Space Gray for $347 ($52 off, regular $399)
- iPad mini 4 in Wi-Fi/32GB/Space Gray for $359 ($40 off, regular $399)

Mac

rosegoldmacbook12-inch MacBook
- Early 2016 1.1GHz/256GB/8GB RAM/Gold for $1,208 ($91 off, regular $1,299)
- Early 2016 1.1GHz/256GB/8GB RAM/Rose Gold for $1,172 ($127 off, regular $1,299)

MacBook Pro
- Early 2015 13" 2.7GHz/128GB/8GB RAM for $1,195 ($104 off, regular $1,299)
- Mid 2015 15" 2.2GHz/256GB/16GB RAM for $1,819 ($180 off, regular $1,999)

MacBook Air
- Early 2015 13" 2.7GHz/256GB/8GB RAM for $1,115 ($84 off, regular $1,199)

iMac
- Late 2015 21.5" 2.8GHz/1TB/8GB RAM for $1,208 ($91 off, regular $1,299)
- Late 2015 27" 3.2GHz/1TB/8GB RAM for $1,673 ($126 off, regular $1,799)

Mac mini
- Late 2014 2.6GHz/1TB/8GB RAM for $645 (save $54, regular $699)

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Apple TV

- 4th generation/64GB for $159 ($40 off, regular $199)

Accessories

- Apple Pencil for $89 ($10 off, regular $99)
- Smart Keyboard for 9.7-inch iPad Pro for $139 ($10 off, regular $149)
- Smart Keyboard for 12.9-inch iPad Pro for $152 ($16 off, regular $169)

Keep track of other Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals on Apple products and accessories by reading our Black Friday roundup.

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Top Rated Comments

ThunderSkunk Avatar
95 months ago
Now check the MacRumors Buyers Guide for recommendations on what to buy.

...lol
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)
TechZeke Avatar
95 months ago
You should cover B&H's deals like Apple Insider.

MacMall's sales are a joke, especially when you still have to pay tax. Something like B&H's $1699 for a base mid-2015 15" with no tax is a real Black Friday deal.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
miknos Avatar
95 months ago
You can get better deals elsewhere.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
fiveainone Avatar
95 months ago
Target and Best Buy have iPad Air 2 for $125 off instead of $50.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
efktd Avatar
95 months ago
it's hard seeing Mac Mini, Late 2014... shoot, that was 3 X girlfriends ago...
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Kaby Lake iMac, please.
I can wait....
i'm glad my over a year old Skylake iMac is still the newest one... =]
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
meaning-matters Avatar
95 months ago
Sad.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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