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Apple offers Black Friday deals: up to $101 off Macs

updated 03:55 am EST, Fri November 28, 2008

Apple's Black Friday deals

Apple early Friday morning kicked off the holiday shopping season with its Black Friday deals, offering substantial discounts on Macs, iPods, software, and other accessories. The company is offering $101 discounts on its latest generation "unibody" MacBooks and a $51 discount on its entry-level $999 white MacBook. The company is also offering $51 or $101 discounts on its aluminum iMac desktops. Apple is offering its entry-level 2.4GHz 20-inch iMac for $1,148.00 ($51 discount) and its 2.66GHz 20-inch and 2.8GHz 24-inch iMac for $1,398.00 ($101 discount on each).

Apple is offering more modest discounts on its other Apple products, including $21 off its AppleTV, $11 off its 802.11n AirPort Express for streaming music to speakers, $21 off the 500GB TimeCapsule backup/router device, $5 off the iPhone 3G dock, $11 off the Apple Bluetooth headset, and $5 off the Nike + iPod Sport Kit.

In addition, Apple is offering $11 off the iPod nano as well as $21 off the iPod classic and all versions of the second-gen iPod touch.

Apple is offering substantial discounts on Logitech and Altec Lansing speaker systems: the Logitech Pure-Fi Anywhere Speakers are now $98 ($32 savings), while the Logitech Pure-Fi Anytime Premium Alarm Clock for iPhone and iPod (Black) is $78 ($22 savings). The Altec Lansing Expressionist Bass FX3022 Speakers are also only $78 ($52 savings) and the Altec Lansing T612 Digital Speaker System for iPhone is $148 ($52 savings).

Visit Apple's online store for other discounts.

by MacNN Staff





  1. Guest

    Joined: Dec 1969


    nothing extraordinary

    These so-called deals aren't exactly extraordinary. They don't incite me to buy anything from Apple right now.

  1. Guest

    Joined: Dec 1969


    nothing extraordinary?

    These so-called deals aren't exactly extraordinary. I'm not inclined to buy anything from Apple right now.

  1. Guest

    Joined: Dec 1969



    The only thing extraordinary is that MacNN would apparently print Apple's press releases verbatim. These discounts are nothing spectacular, pale indeed compared to other technology providers. There aren't even deep discounts on software, where most costs are sunk.

  1. Guest

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Apple late to the party

    Come on, Steve!! Wake up. Nobody has that kind of money these days. Sink to our level or fold up.

    And bring back the matte finish displays, with LED backlighting.

    - Loren

  1. Guest

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Who cares?

    I'm by no means wealthy, but there is no way I would brave the crowds to save 4% on the MacBook Pro I'm planning to buy soon.

  1. Guest

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Save more than 10%...

    By shopping elsewhere!

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