MacMall's 2015 Cyber Monday Sale Now Live With Good Deals on Macs

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MacMall's annual Cyber Monday sale offering discounts on Macs and several other Apple products starts today, November 28, at 12:01 a.m. Pacific Time and lasts through 11:59 p.m. Pacific Time on Monday, November 30.

Following its 60-hour Black Friday sale, MacMall continues to offer significant discounts on a huge selection of Apple Macs and iPads. The Retina MacBook Pro is available at up to $259 off, while the MacBook Air is available for up to $100 off. The 27-inch iMac is available at up to $200 off, and the Mac mini is available at up to $70 off.


MacMall sells a range of stock Apple Macs and custom build-to-order models. We've listed a selection of the more popular discounted models below, but the full range of discounts are available on the MacMall website.

2015 Retina MacBook

- 1.1GHz/8GB/256GB Gold, Silver, Space Gray - $1,199, $100 off
- 1.2GHz/8GB/512GB Gold, Silver, Space Gray - $1,499, $100 off
- 1.3GHz/8GB/256GB Gold, Silver, Space Gray - $1,489, $60 off
- 1.3GHz/8GB/512GB Gold, Silver, Space Gray - $1,689, $60 off

2015 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro

- 2.7GHz/8GB/128GB - $1,229, $70 off
- 2.7GHz/8GB/256GB - $1,399, $100 off
- 2.9GHz/8GB/512GB - $1,699, $100 off
- 2.7GHz/16GB/256GB - $1,599, $100 off
- 2.9GHz/16GB/256GB - $1,699, $100 off
- 2.9GHz/16GB/512GB - $1,929, $70 off
- 3.1GHz/16GB/256GB - $1,899, $100 off
- 3.1GHz/16GB/512GB - $2,099, $100 off
- 3.1GHz/16GB/1TB - $2,597, $102 off

2015 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro

15-inch 2015 Retina MacBook Pro models are available for up to $259 off. Models marked Iris AMD include a separate AMD graphics card while models marked Iris Pro do not.

- 2.2GHz/16GB/256GB/Iris Pro - $1,839.99, $159.01 off
- 2.5GHz/16GB/256GB/Iris Pro - $1,839.99, $259.01 off
- 2.5GHz/16GB/512GB/Iris Pro - $2,239, $160 off
- 2.5GHz/16GB/512GB/Iris AMD - $2,299, $200 off
- 2.5GHz/16GB/1TB/Iris AMD - $2,829, $170 off
- 2.8GHz/16GB/256GB/Iris Pro - $2,139, $160 off
- 2.8GHz/16GB/512GB/Iris Pro - $2,449, $150 off
- 2.8GHz/16GB/512GB/Iris AMD - $2,539, $160 off
- 2.8GHz/16GB/1TB/Iris AMD - $2,974, $225 off

2015 MacBook Air

MacMall's selection of MacBook Air models are available at a $50 to $100 discount.

- 11-inch 1.6GHz/4GB/128GB - $829, $70 off
- 11-inch 1.6GHz/4GB/256GB - $1,029, $70 off
- 11-inch 1.6GHz/8GB/256GB - $1,148, $51 off
- 11-inch 2.2GHz/8GB/256GB - $1,289, $60 off
- 11-inch 2.2GHz/8GB/512GB - $1,579, $70 off
- 13-inch 1.6GHz/4GB/128GB - $899, $100 off
- 13-inch 1.6GHz/4GB/256GB - $1,129, $70 off
- 13-inch 1.6GHz/8GB/256GB - $1,239, $60 off
- 13-inch 1.6GHz/8GB/512GB - $1,529, $70 off
- 13-inch 2.2GHz/8GB/256GB - $1,379, $70 off
- 13-inch 2.2GHz/8GB/512GB - $1,679, $70 off

2015 21.5-inch iMac

- 1.4GHz/8GB/1TB - $1,019, $80 off
- 2.8GHz/8GB/1TB - $1,199, $100 off
- 2.8GHz/8GB/1TB Fusion - $1,349, $50 off
- 2.8GHz/16GB/1TB Fusion - $1,549, $50 off
- 4K 3.1GHz/8GB/1TB - $1,399, $100 off
- 4K 3.1GHz/16GB/1TB - $1,629, $70 off
- 4K 3.3GHz/8GB/1TB Fusion - $1,729, $70 off

2015 27-inch iMac

- 5K 3.2GHz/8GB/1TB/M380 - $1,699, $100 off
- 5K 3.2GHz/8GB/1TB Fusion/M390 - $1,829, $170 off
- 5K 3.2GHz/8GB/2TB Fusion/M380 - $2,029, $70 off
- 5K 3.2GHz/16GB/1TB Fusion/M390 - $2,129, $70 off
- 5K 3.3GHz/8GB/2TB Fusion/M395 - $2,179, $120 off
- 5K 3.3GHz/16GB/2TB Fusion/M395 - $2,429, $70 off
- 5K 4.0GHz/8GB/2TB Fusion/M395 - $2,479, $70 off
- 5K 4.0GHz/16GB/2TB Fusion/M395 - $2,669, $80 off
- 5K 4.0GHz/16GB/3TB Fusion/M395 - $2,769, $80 off
- 5K 4.0/32GB/2TB Fusion/M395X - $3,279, $120 off
- 5K 4.0/32GB/3TB Fusion/M395X - $3,379, $120 off
- 5K 4.0/32GB/1TB Flash/M395X - $3,899, $200 off

2013 Mac Pro

- 4-Core 3.7GHz/12GB/256GB - $2,749, $250 off
- 6-Core 3.5GHz/16GB/256GB - $3,699, $300 off
- 8-Core 3.0GHz/12GB/1TB - $6,349, $450 off
- 12-Core 2.7GHz/64GB/1TB - $8,799, $800 off

2014 Mac mini

- 1.4GHz/4GB/500GB - $464.99, $34.01 off
- 2.6GHz/8GB/1TB Sata - $659, $40 off
- 2.8GHz/8GB/1TB Fusion - $938, $61 off

MacMall is offering iPad Air 2 models at $21 to $40 off 16, 64, and 128GB Wi-Fi only models and up to $40 off the more expensive high-capacity cellular models. The original iPad Air is available for up to $35 off, and the iPad mini 4 is available for up to $20 off. The 32GB Wi-Fi only iPad Pro in Silver, Space Gray and Gold is $25 off, while other Wi-Fi only and cellular models are $12 off.

MacMall is also offering the Apple Thunderbolt Display for $949, which is $50 off, and between $10 and $25 off select iPod touch models. 16GB iPod nano models are $10 off. AirPort Extreme (2013) and Airport Time Capsule (2TB) are each discounted by around $20, and select Apple accessories are on sale.

As one of the only sites that sells Apple's build-to-order Mac models at a discount, MacMall is a popular choice for customers looking for a non-standard Mac at a lower price. Because MacMall operates in a limited number of states, most orders will not require sale tax to be paid.

Make sure to check out our Cyber Monday Deals roundup for more online deals. There are some excellent discounts this year on a range of products, including iPhones, iPads and Macs, in addition to dozens of Apple-related accessories.

MacRumors is an affiliate partner with MacMall. Juli Clover contributed to this roundup.

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maflynn

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I went to the mall to pick up an iMac yesterday, I was rather nervous about going out on black friday due to prior experience but because of my schedule this weekend, it was really the only day to do it. I was amazed at how little incentives most of the stores had (apple had none) and how the mall wasn't crushingly busy, heck, I was able to easily find a parking spot, pop into the the mall, get some gifts and my iMac all within a 1/2 hour.

My point is I think most retailers are starting their Black Friday sales in the beginning of December so this and Cyber Monday really don't offer much more incentives then they used too.
 

Gudi

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Forget the deals. Now that I know about Thunderbolt 3 and USB-C, I wouldn't want to buy a Mac with ugly USB-A ports anyway. And then some of them even still come with HDDs standard. Ridiculous!
 

TheShadowKnows!

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These deals are rubbish. I got a 2.8/512GB/AMD 15" rMBP from B&H last week for $2,399.
Oops.

You jumped the gun too fast. At B&H, this weekend is $250 off at $2,249, $150 less than what you paid.

I looked at that unit with $250 off, but the mid-2014 rMBP at $1,599 won me by far.

But agree on the MacMall discounts -- between 3% and 10% at most. When you factor CA sales taxes, if shipping there (8.75% tax), it is a no-deal.
 

yg17

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Oops.

You jumped the gun too fast. At B&H, this weekend is $250 off at $2,249, $150 less than what you paid.

I looked at that unit with $250 off, but the mid-2014 rMBP at $1,599 won me by far.

But agree on the MacMall discounts -- between 3% and 10% at most. When you factor CA sales taxes, if shipping there (8.75% tax), it is a no-deal.
It's $2,449 at B&H now. $50 more than I paid. That particular configuration is usually $2,699
 

QCassidy352

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I was able to easily find a parking spot, pop into the the mall, get some gifts and my iMac all within a 1/2 hour.
Which iMac? :)

Agree that these deals are not much. About what Apple used to do for Black Friday. It's nice if you're buying anyway but certainly nothing that would push a fence sitter into a purchase they wouldn't otherwise make.
 

SDAVE

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You call these discounts "good deals"???








LOL
Seriously. Americans are too blinded by saving $50. If they are smart enough they can get better deals at a strategic time of the year.

They think saving $50 on a crappy-run-of-the-mill TV is going to make their life easier somehow.
 

puma1552

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These deals are never that good, they are about the same as the student discount, which pretty much anyone can buy under since Apple doesn't bother to verify. Whether that's ethical or not is a separate discussion, but anyone can order online with the student discount, which is about the same as these deals.

Plus, even a massive discount wouldn't be that tempting with Skylake and all that comes with it forever around the corner.
 

SDAVE

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I got a brand new 2014 rMBP for $1800 from Adorama (reputable dealer) when the 2015 rMBP came out.

How's that for savings? :D
Screw Black Friday, it's just a lame way for capitalists to squeeze an extra dime out of the masses.
 

1080p

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Black Friday isn't the best time to buy an Apple computer. The best time is during "back to school" season... when Best Buy is discounting Macs the most and the "student discount" coupons offer $100-$150 off a Macbook/iMac instead of the $50 they do now. I got a 2014 MBA a few weeks after release, brand new for $650 plus tax.
 

TechZeke

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The real deal is at B&H (NYC).

Good until Saturday 11:59PM.

$1,599 ($700 off from retail, $500 off from refurnished) for rMBP 15-inch.

New, mid-2014, with discrete graphics, 512GB SSD, 16MB RAM.

Free shipping, no taxes outside NY state.

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Now THAT's a deal. Must resist the temptation to upgrade from my Late 2013 8/256/Iris Pro....

THAT's the type of the deal you'd think people would be trampling over other people for. The black friday deals from the retailers never seem that good to me.
 

anek007

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You call these discounts "good deals"???








LOL
Better than what Apple is offering. Not a single sale, discount, or special. Back to school sale will probably be gone next year considering how bad if was this year.
 
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