MacMall Begins Black Friday Savings on MacBook Pro, iMac, Mac mini, iPad, and More

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Following B&H Photo and Adorama, MacMall today has started its Black Friday savings a few days ahead of the shopping holiday. While there are exceptions, many of MacMall's deals are matching the discounts for the same products over at B&H Photo and Adorama. We've listed some of the best sales below, so be sure to look them over, and you can also check out MacMall for the full array of Apple products and accessories that are being marked down for Black Friday.


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MacBook
[*]13-inch MacBook Air (Mid 2017): 1.8GHz, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD - $899.00, down from $999.00
[*]12-inch MacBook (Mid 2017): 1.2GHz, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD - $1,199.00, down from $1,299.00
[*]13-inch MacBook Pro (Mid 2017): 2.3GHz, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD - $1,349.00, down from $1,499.00
[*]12-inch MacBook (Early 2016): 1.2GHz, 8GB RAM, 512GB flash storage - $1,379.00, down from $1,599.00
[*]13-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar (Mid 2017): 3.1GHz, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD - $1,649.00, down from $1,799.00
[*]13-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar (Mid 2017): 3.3GHz, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD - $1,909.00, down from $2,099.00
[*]13-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar (Mid 2017): 3.1GHz, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD - $2,029.00, down from $2,199.00
[*]13-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar (Mid 2017): 3.5GHz, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD - $2,299.00, down from $2,499.00
[*]13-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar (Mid 2017): 3.1GHz, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD - $2,379.00, down from $2,599.00
[*]13-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar (Mid 2017): 3.3GHz, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD - $2,449.00, down from $2,699.00
[*]15-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar (Mid 2017): 3.1GHz, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD - $2,699.00, down from $2,999.00
iMac
[*]21.5.-inch iMac (Mid 2017): 2.3GHz, 8GB RAM, 1TB Hard Drive - $999.00, down from $1,099.00
[*]21.5-inch iMac (Mid 2017): 3.0GHz, 8GB RAM, 1TB Hard Drive - $1,199.00, down from $1,299.00
[*]27-inch 5K iMac (Mid 2017): 3.4GHz, 8GB RAM, 1TB Fusion Drive - $1,649.00, down from $1,799.00
[*]27-inch 5K iMac (Mid 2017): 3.5GHz, 8GB RAM, 1TB Fusion Drive - $1,869.00, down from $1,999.00
Mac mini
[*]Mac mini (Late 2014): 1.4GHz (Turbo Boost up to 2.7GHz), 4GB RAM, 500GB Hard Drive - $399.00, down from $499.00
[*]Mac mini (Late 2014): 2.6GHz (Turbo Boost up to 3.1GHz), 8GB RAM, 1TB Hard Drive - $599.00, down from $699.00
[*]Mac mini (Late 2014): 2.6GHz (Turbo Boost up to 3.1GHz), 8GB RAM, 256GB Flash Storage - $799.00, down from $899.00
[*]Mac mini (Late 2014): 2.6GHz (Turbo Boost up to 3.1GHz), 16GB RAM, 1TB Fusion Drive - $999.00, down from $1,099.00
iPad
[*]9.7-inch iPad (2017): 32GB, Wi-Fi - $299.00, down from $329.00
[*]10.5-inch iPad Pro (2017): 256GB, Wi-Fi - $729.00, down from $799.00
[*]12.9-inch iPad Pro (2017): 256GB, Wi-Fi - $879.00, down from $949.00

If you're a member of My Best Buy, it's also worth heading over to the retailer's Early Access Black Friday sale event, which is marking down select MacBook and iMac models by as much as $250, leading to some of the best Mac-related savings so far this week. The Early Access part of the sale ends later today, after which it will open up for everyone.

Keep track of all the best sales hitting Apple products this week by reading our Black Friday Roundup.

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logicstudiouser

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Why the heck don't they ever have specials on the all-SSD iMacs?

I don't want a freaking fusion drive, I want all SSD. But those are never discounted. :(
Because people will still buy them at regular price.

The best deal you'll get for a new all SSD iMac is the Apple Refurbished Store. I know they are technically not considered brand new, but from all my experiences, the difference is indistinguishable.
The 2015 iMacs would be selling at an additional discount than they were a year ago. Use a site tracking site like Refurb Store to subscribe for alerts when your desired configuration becomes available again for sale.
 
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zorinlynx

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Because people will still buy them at regular price.

The best deal you'll get for a new all SSD iMac is the Apple Refurbished Store. I know they are technically not considered brand new, but from all my experiences, the difference is indistinguishable.
The 2015 iMacs would be selling at an additional discount than they were a year ago. Use a site tracking site like Refurb Store to subscribe for alerts when your desired configuration becomes available again for sale.
What's funny is I actually would prefer the 2015 iMac because it still has TOSlink output (the 2017 models don't) and the performance difference is negligible. I have one on my desk at work and love it. So I may go this route.

Sadly there are no systems matching what I want right now but I'll keep checking.
 

ignatius345

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The best deal you'll get for a new all SSD iMac is the Apple Refurbished Store. I know they are technically not considered brand new, but from all my experiences, the difference is indistinguishable.
I can't remember the last time I didn't buy a new Mac as a refurb. Some have even said they're better because they have been tested more thoroughly after being rebuilt. Whether or not that's true, I will say that I've bought at least 5 Macs as refurbs and have never gotten any with hardware issues.
 

MacGizmo

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There isn't a "deal" to be had on that list. Sign-in to the Education Store any time of the year and you'll get the same or better "deal" as listed above.
 

fairuz

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I can't remember the last time I didn't buy a new Mac as a refurb. Some have even said they're better because they have been tested more thoroughly after being rebuilt. Whether or not that's true, I will say that I've bought at least 5 Macs as refurbs and have never gotten any with hardware issues.
Makes sense. I've had plenty of out of the box defects with new Macs. Of course, Apple is great about repairing them for free, but it's still a huge hassle that would interrupt work if I didn't have a backup Mac.
 
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