Best Buy today launched a four-day-long Memorial Day sale that has markdowns on quite a few Apple products, including Apple Watch, iPhone 7, iPhone SE, iPad, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and iMac. The four day sale begins today and ends on Memorial Day, this Monday, May 29.

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The first item up for sale is Apple Watch Series 2, which Best Buy has marked down $70 for nearly all models of Apple's wearable device. Each purchase of an Apple Watch during the event will net customers free in-store setup and advice by Geek Squad.

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Aluminum case models including Nike are priced at $299 for 38mm or $329 for 42mm, while stainless steel models range from $479 to $679 depending on casing color and band combinations.

Best Buy's iPhone 7 sale lets customers save up to $300 when they buy and activate an iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus on a monthly installment plan, with carrier plan options varying by store. Similarly, Best Buy is offering up to $200 off the iPhone SE 16GB and 64GB models with the purchase of a monthly installment plan.

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For Mac notebooks, Best Buy is providing discounts of between $200 and $250 on MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models. The new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar isn't included in the site's Memorial Day sale. Customers who buy one of the MacBooks will also get six months of Trend Micro Internet Security for free, which will cover up to three iOS, Mac, Android, or Windows devices for the time frame.

Best Buy has marked down numerous versions of Apple's 9.7-inch iPad Pro, with savings between $100 and $125 off of the devices in Wi-Fi only configurations. Discounts of $100 are also available on iPad mini 4 Wi-Fi models. With the purchase of an iPad customers will receive a free six months of Kaspersky Internet Security that covers a range of three devices across iOS, Mac, Android, and Windows.

Best Buy has a few deals on iMacs, Mac minis, and Mac Pros this weekend, with savings going up to $200 on iMac and $100 on Mac mini, with the same free warranty offer as it's offering for customers purchasing a MacBook. Best Buy is also knocking $600 off of the original price of the quad-core Mac Pro that has discontinued been by Apple.

Finally, the Memorial Day sale also includes a few smart home items, like connected light bulbs and the Nanoleaf Aurora lighting system. Beats by Dre Powerbeats3 Wireless headphones are on sale for $129.99 ($70 in savings), as well as the DJI Phantom 4 Quadcopter drone at $999.99 ($200 in savings). Customers can choose between free in-store pick up on all items, or get free two-day shipping for any orders over $35.

Visit Best Buy's Hot Deals page here to see the full list of products available before the Memorial Day sale ends on Monday.

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Top Rated Comments

Lancetx Avatar
65 months ago
Anybody wanting an iPad mini 4 before they're possibly discontinued should jump on that sale price of $299.99 for the 128GB model.
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GrumpyMom Avatar
65 months ago
Lol on me. I bought a Nike Space gray watch two days ago at Best Buy. I can't even go and get the price difference credited because I'm across the country now. I knew when I bought it that this might happen because of Memorial Day sales being right around the corner. But I didn't have much choice because I was heading out the very next day for a hiking trip.

I bought the watch as sort of an emergency purchase after finding out just as I was packing up my stuff that my gold sport watch bricked itself. I hadn't worn my Stainless or the gold for months--I have been wearing my Gear S2 watch. But I am on a hiking trip and I really wanted to track my progress as well as keep up with texts from my fellow hikers and the coordinators--who are all on iMessage. Also, the band on my Gear S2 Sport is really not good in the heat and it's hard to find good alternatives on eBay that won't break my skin out in a rash. My Gear S2 Classic is a dress watch and too heavy for what I needed.

So I ran out and got the Nike watch at full price the evening before heading out of town. My stainless Apple Series 1 watch is on extended loan to my daughter who is also on the hike. She was going to use the gold sport to track her progress until we discovered it was as dead as a canned tuna. I will sort that out when I get back home.

p.s. I'm loving the Nike Swiss cheese band!
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ShufromChina Avatar
65 months ago
I follow BB's sales literally every 5 minutes. This memorial day sale is basically a collective sale of all the everyday sales of Apple items. Nothing out of the ordinary. For example, over the past 2 months, I counted a total of 3 weeks of discounted 13'' MacBook Pro models (latest version) with $200 off, 3 weeks of discounted MacBook Air models with $100-200 off; total of 4-5 one-day sales of newest 12'' MacBook $350 discounts, etc. iPhones, iPads, they discount them all the time on latest models.

Plus, new MacBook refresh is around the corner. Wouldn't hurt to hold a while and see what Apple has for WWDC and decide. Those same discounts will reappear any time and repeatedly in the future as long as you keep an eye on the particular item you want.
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AxiomaticRubric Avatar
65 months ago
Wait until Black Friday for the best deals on the newest things? o_O

Anybody think it's a bad idea to purchase an iPad Pro now? I finally got to play with the 9.7 with Smart Keyboard the other day, and I fell for it. With WWDC coming up and new iPads being possibly announced, not sure if I should wait or jump on this deal.
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Relentless Power Avatar
65 months ago
Anybody think it's a bad idea to purchase an iPad Pro now? I finally got to play with the 9.7 with Smart Keyboard the other day, and I fell for it. With WWDC coming up and new iPads being possibly announced, not sure if I should wait or jump on this deal.
I doubt (Aside from the rumors) we will an iPad refresh during WWDC. However, if you wanted to play it safe, You could wait one week to see for sure what happens. Otherwise, I wouldn't hesitate for the Pro/Keyboard.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
edgonzalez32 Avatar
65 months ago
Might jump on the Apple Watch. But really want to wait for series 3 to come out so that series 2 will be even more discounted.
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