B&H Photo and Adorama Kick Off Black Friday Savings for Wide Range of Macs, iPads, and Beats Headphones

We're just a few days away from Black Friday in the United States, and today a few authorized Apple resellers -- B&H Photo and Adorama -- have kicked off holiday savings with discounts on a variety of Apple products and related accessories. These include deals on the latest iMacs, MacBook Pros, iPad Pros, Beats headphones, and even a few older models from previous generation devices.

B&H Photo


For B&H Photo, the retailer has launched its Black Friday Apple sale with discounts that hit brand-new 2017 MacBook Pro and iMac models, and even include the Mac Pro and Mac mini from 2013 and 2014 respectively. A few discounts on Beats By Dre headphones are also matching similar sales at Apple, although Amazon and Best Buy still have the best prices on some of these accessories.

Note: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with B&H Photo and Adorama. When you click a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small payment, which helps us keep the site running.

Below we've compiled a list of some of the products in the B&H Photo sale. You can also visit our Black Friday Roundup for additional listed sales, as well as B&H Photo's Rebates & Promotions page for the full list.

iPad Pro

MacBook

iMac, Mac Pro, and Mac mini

Beats

Adorama


Over at Adorama, the retailer is rolling out instant rebates of $120, $150, and $200 off certain Apple products, centering on the iMac and MacBook Pro. Below we've listed each rebate category and the products within each. Note that with Adorama's instant rebate discounts, no mail-in rebate form is required to get the discount on each device. All of Adorama's devices are the latest mid 2017 refreshes of each respective model.


$120 Instant Rebate
$150 Instant Rebate
  • 27-inch 5K iMac: 3.4GHz, 8GB RAM, 1TB Fusion Drive - $1,649.00, down from $1,799.00
  • 27-inch 5K iMac: 3.5GHz, 8GB RAM, 1TB Fusion Drive - $1,849.00, down from $1,899.00
  • 27-inch 5K iMac: 3.8GHz, 8GB RAM, 2TB Fusion Drive - $2,149.00, down from $2,299.00
$200 Instant Rebate
Of the three big Apple resellers, MacMall is now the only site that hasn't yet posted its Black Friday savings, so you can expect those deals to show up sometime later in the week as Thanksgiving and Black Friday grow nearer. For now, you can visit our Black Friday Roundup to see the full lists of deals currently going on at B&H Photo and Adorama, as well as prepare your shopping lists with sale previews from Best Buy, Target, Walmart, and more.


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11 months ago
Why would anyone wanna buy a Mac with obsolete tech like Touch ID??
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11 months ago

Is that a really good deal on a Mac Pro or am I out of it?

That is the 4 core Mac Pro that was discontinued earlier this year. Apple's site had it on clearance for $2499. Others have been listing it for $1999 for a while.
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11 months ago
MR - Please identify when you push affiliate-revenue sharing links. At the top of your posts
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11 months ago

Why would anyone wanna buy a Mac with obsolete tech like Touch ID??


Or an iPad with a home button!! What’s up with that garbage??
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11 months ago
Is that a really good deal on a Mac Pro or am I out of it?
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11 months ago

Why would anyone wanna buy a Mac with obsolete tech like Touch ID??

TouchID on a MBP isn’t obsolete.
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11 months ago
I was just at Best Buy. They are selling the 2017 32GB WiFi iPad for $269, and for those willing to brave the Black Friday crowds it will be $249. Not a big fan of Best Buy, but those are killer prices.
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11 months ago

This tempting to replace my aging 3rd generation iPad.


You won’t be disappointed. I pretty much went from 3rd gen to iPad Air 2 and it’s been awesome.
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11 months ago

That is the 4 core Mac Pro that was discontinued earlier this year. Apple's site had it on clearance for $2499. Others have been listing it for $1999 for a while.


That's an example of the consistent confusion MR creates in all their sale articles. They always say "down from," but never down from what. MSRP? The seller's previous price?
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11 months ago
Saw this today at a local Micro-Center and briefly thought about replacing my Mac Mini:

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