Black Friday 2019: Best Deals on Macs

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Black Friday is upon us and that means many deals on Macs. We've rounded up many of the best offers available below.


16-inch MacBook Pro

B&H Photo Video is offering $200 off standard 16-inch MacBook Pro configurations:Expercom is offering up to $437 off custom 16-inch MacBook Pro configurations with upgraded processor, RAM, storage, and graphics specifications compared to Apple's pricing. Expercom is also offering AppleCare+ for the 16-inch MacBook Pro for $329, which is $50 less than what Apple charges.

15-inch MacBook Pro

B&H is offering up to $450 off the 15-inch MacBook Pro released in May 2019:13-inch MacBook Pro

Best Buy is taking up to $300 off 13-inch MacBook Pro models released in 2019:MacBook Air

B&H is offering up to $270 off the latest MacBook Air:
Micro Center has the lowest price ever on the 2019 MacBook Air, offering the base model for just $779 on Black Friday. However, the deal is limited to in-store pickup only, so you will have to live near one of their 25 locations across the United States. Quantities are likely very limited.

iMac

Expercom is offering $541 off the latest 27-inch iMac with a 3.7GHz six-core 9th-generation Intel Core i5 processor, 32GB of RAM, 2TB of Fusion Drive storage, and AMD Radeon Pro 580X graphics.

Apple's Black Friday Event


Apple's four-day Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping event is live in many countries. In the United States, customers can get a $200 Apple Store gift card with the purchase of a new 13-inch MacBook Pro, iMac, or iMac Pro, or a $100 Apple Store gift card with the purchase of a new MacBook Air.

Make sure to check out our full Black Friday roundup to find great deals on all of the latest Apple products, accessories, and much more.

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simonb76

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Dear Mac Rumours,

Whilst we are very happy for our US friends to get notified on the big discounts for BF, any chance you can expand your research with the rest of the planet? :)

We have seen it quite a few times in the past where you only focus on the US market.

Kind regards,
The non-US based audience.
 

Joe Rossignol

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Dear Mac Rumours,

Whilst we are very happy for our US friends to get notified on the big discounts for BF, any chance you can expand your research with the rest of the planet? :)

We have seen it quite a few times in the past where you only focus on the US market.

Kind regards,
The non-US based audience.
Hey. I am Canadian, so I understand. I think that would be a huge task for us, though, to be honest.

We're working hard enough just to cover the U.S. deals.
 
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skipper63

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Dear Mac Rumours,

Whilst we are very happy for our US friends to get notified on the big discounts for BF, any chance you can expand your research with the rest of the planet? :)

We have seen it quite a few times in the past where you only focus on the US market.

Kind regards,
The non-US based audience.

Well, I don't know what country you are from, but in most countries there should be at least one dedicated Mac page that provides that information.

In Germany Mactechnews.de was listing all the good deals in different stores.
 

Ener Ji

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I can't find any combination of upgrades that come even close to that discount. It looks to me like it's still the standard Expercom savings and nothing special for Black Friday. Am I missing something?
Same here - didn't see that level of savings on any configuration.

I've been looking around at deals, and there's a terrific deal on Google Shopping for HH Gregg on the base model 16" ($2049), but sales tax kills it for some locales (including mine).

It seems Adorama has the same pricing as B&H, and sales-tax-free for most states. Does anyone have any opinion on Adorama vs. B&H? My understanding is that they have both been authorized Apple resellers for quite some time, and I believe both have positive reputations.
 

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Does anyone have any opinion on Adorama vs. B&H? My understanding is that they have both been authorized Apple resellers for quite some time, and I believe both have positive reputations.
Adorama is fine. I've ordered from them and from B&H with good experience from both. Actually been to the B&H store in midtown Manhattan back around 2000 or 2002.
 
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MarkB786

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Oddly, Adorama has the 16" MBP, 1 TB, i9, 8 GB graphics, silver on sale for $2,595. $100 cheaper than the 4GB version. Wonder if it is an error? Grab it while you can!! Expires 12/1.