B&H Photo began a new Apple Shopping Event today, offering discounts on AirPods, MacBook, iPad, Mac mini, and Apple Watch Series 5.

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To start, you can save with some solid deals on AirPods, including the AirPods with Charging Case at $139.95, down from $159.95. This is around the same price we're seeing at all of the major Apple resellers this week, and just about $10 off from the lowest price tracked.

The AirPods with Wireless Charging Case is $169.95, down from $199.00, which is also hitting around the same price at places like Adorama and Amazon. If you want the standalone Wireless Charging Case for AirPods, that accessory is $69.00, down from $79.00 at B&H Photo.

Moving to Apple Watch Series 5, you'll find an average $15 discount on most models during B&H Photo's Apple Shopping Event. That means 40mm Aluminum devices start at $384.00 and 44mm Aluminum devices start at $414.00. This event also includes Nike+ and cellular models on sale, as well as $20 off Modern Buckle bands.

For iPad, there are numerous discounts on a variety of models. The 7.9-inch iPad mini from early 2019 is seeing a lowest-ever price on the 256GB Wi-Fi model, priced at $499.00, down from $549.00. Likewise, the 256GB cellular model is on sale, this one priced at $629.00, down from $659.00.

There are sales on two of the newest 2020 iPad Pros: $1,049.00 for the 256GB Wi-Fi 12.9-inch iPad Pro and $849.00 for the 256GB Wi-Fi 11-inch iPad Pro, both $50 off. Lastly, you can save on quite a few 2018 models; we collected a lot of these sales in a separate post this morning.

Head to B&H Photo to browse the full Apple Shopping Event, which also includes sales on MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac mini, and Beats headphones. We track weekly deals on all of these products in our dedicated Best Deals guides for iPad, MacBook, and AirPods.

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Top Rated Comments

jmgregory1 Avatar
18 months ago
Just ordered a set of AirPods 2 for my wife from B&H. Given she’s now working from home, just a room away from my office, I needed to get her off of speaker phone, so I can hear my phone calls.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
aajeevlin Avatar
18 months ago

Just ordered a set of AirPods 2 for my wife from B&H. Given she’s now working from home, just a room away from my office, I needed to get her off of speaker phone, so I can hear my phone calls.
Maybe she’s just trying to recreate the office experience so you don’t miss it too much ?

You must be rich for buying Apple stuff in the middle of what can be the biggest economic crisis since 1929.
What do you mean? What’s happening?
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Chloros Avatar
18 months ago

A lot of people have lost their jobs, but a whole lot more haven't YET.
Fixed that for you
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
conn917 Avatar
18 months ago
Avoid B&H at all costs. I bought a Mac Mini from them it was a lemon. They refused to take it back because I had opened the box. What a joke! They told me to call Apple. All Apple stores are closed and Apple will not allow you to mail in desktops and some other devices. So even if you must buy here check first on the return policy and check with Apple if you can mail it in for repair. I am out $800 and am using my 2014 mini which works slower than a sloth. I will never buy from B&H again given during this time they will not work with their customers.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
QCassidy352 Avatar
18 months ago

You must be rich for buying Apple stuff in the middle of what can be the biggest economic crisis since 1929.
A lot of people have lost their jobs, but a whole lot more have not.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
jmgregory1 Avatar
18 months ago

Maybe she’s just trying to recreate the office experience so you don’t miss it too much ?

What do you mean? What’s happening?
It’s payback for her putting up with my LOUD phone calls from years ago when we worked together. That and the fact that she’s now doing so many Zoom calls with colleagues, and doesn’t have headphones to use with her rMBP. So hopefully these will help quiet things down a bit. I’ve been wearing my Plantronics BackBeat Pro 2’s a lot lately, which helps somewhat (w/ANC), but it’s still distracting when we’re both on calls at the same time.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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