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Original poster
Apr 12, 2001


Apple is offering a small selection of accessories on sale for Cyber Monday. Apple had discounted some of their Macs, iPads and iPod Touches on Black Friday, but the sames lasted for that day only.

3rd party retailers have continued their sales going from Black Friday through today: MacConnection appears to have the most substantial discounts for the majority of Macs by combining instant and mail-in rebate discounts.

Prices for MacMall, MacConnection and Amazon have been included, with the best price in bold.


Software / Other

- VMWare Fusion 3.1 for $39.99 (normally $79.99)
- Microsoft Office 2011 (Home and Student) for $79.99 (normally $119.99)
- Adobe Photoshop Elements 9 for $44.56 after discount/rebate (normally $99.99).

Several of the vendors listed are affiliate partners with MacRumors and sales benefit the site financially

Article Link: Cyber Monday Sales from Apple and Other Mac Retailers


macrumors regular
Aug 30, 2008
Costa Rica
Better this than nothing. I missed Black Friday, so some kind of discount on a Mac from Apple was just what I needed. Though those other discounts are pretty sweet!


macrumors 6502a
Jul 27, 2010
Surprised Apple is not giving a discount on their machines, being Cyber Monday and all.


macrumors newbie
Nov 29, 2010
I stumbled across something yesterday I thought I should share. I had been looking at the Best Buy offers all weekend (iMacs with varying values of gift cards). I over thought it, and by the time I was ready to dive in, the offers were no longer "available" on the Best Buy website.

I did a google search for the offers, and was fortunate to find that the "cached" version of those pages were still active. I assume Best Buy removed the offers from search and lists on their website, but I was able to get directly to the item page and place the order. It's since been marked as shipped, so it does appear it's still "technically" available. I just tried with a couple of the iMacs, and their pages are still available via the google cache.


macrumors 603
Aug 22, 2007
Surprised Apple is not giving a discount on their machines, being Cyber Monday and all.

Well to be fair they did state "Today Only" on BF. Nobody would take them seriously if they knew they could wait until Cyber Monday and get the same deals. They are at least offering deals on accessories, they didn't offer any on BF.


macrumors regular
Sep 6, 2008
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I would like to mention MacMall is having issues with their free shipping. As in shipping is not free via website.


macrumors regular
Sep 16, 2009
This feels less like a sale and more like tax-free items. I'm not sure the discount would cover the cost of taxes in some cases. The way my late '09 21" iMac is freezing up with 10.6.5, I'm very much unexcited.


macrumors 603
Jun 19, 2009
the whole BF/Cyber Monday sale thing is BS

my wife saw some toy on Amazon yesterday for $35. today it's on "sale" for $42

why would anyone drop prices on a day when you are told to buy?
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