MacMall's 60-Hour 2015 Black Friday Sale Kicks Off With Solid Deals on Macs

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MacMall's annual 60-hour Black Friday sale [PDF] on a variety of Apple products starts today, November 25, at 12:01 p.m. Pacific Time and lasts through 11:59 p.m. Pacific Time on Friday, November 28.

As it does every year, MacMall is offering significant discounts on a huge selection of Apple Macs and iPads. The Retina MacBook Pro is available at up to $250 off, while the MacBook Air is available for up to $101 off. The 27-inch iMac is available at up to $201 off, and the Mac mini is available at $100 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 - $1,197, $102 off
- 1.2GHz/8GB/512GB Gold, Silver, Space Gray - $1,497, $102 off
- 1.3GHz/8GB/256GB Gold, Silver, Space Gray - $1,447, $102 off
- 1.3GHz/8GB/512GB Gold, Silver, Space Gray - $1,647, $102 off

2015 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro

- 2.7GHz/8GB/128GB - $1,197, $102 off
- 2.7GHz/8GB/256GB - $1,397, $102 off
- 2.9GHz/8GB/512GB - $1,697, $102 off
- 2.7GHz/16GB/256GB - $1,597, $102 off
- 2.9GHz/16GB/256GB - $1,697, $102 off
- 2.9GHz/16GB/512GB - $1,897, $102 off
- 3.1GHz/16GB/256GB - $1,897, $102 off
- 3.1GHz/16GB/512GB - $2,097, $102 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 $250 off. Models marked Iris AMD include a separate AMD graphics card while models marked Iris Pro do not.

- 2.2GHz/16GB/256GB/Iris Pro - $1,799, $200 off
- 2.2GHz/16GB/512GB/Iris Pro - $2,148, $151 off
- 2.5GHz/16GB/256GB/Iris Pro - $1,948, $151 off
- 2.5GHz/16GB/512GB/Iris Pro - $2,248, $151 off
- 2.5GHz/16GB/512GB/Iris AMD - $2,249, $250 off
- 2.5GHz/16GB/1TB/Iris AMD - $2,839, $160 off
- 2.8GHz/16GB/256GB/Iris Pro - $2,148, $151 off
- 2.8GHz/16GB/512GB/Iris Pro - $2,448, $151 off
- 2.8GHz/16GB/512GB/Iris AMD - $2,548, $151 off
- 2.8GHz/16GB/1TB/Iris AMD - $2,949, $250 off

2015 MacBook Air

MacMall's selection of MacBook Air models are available at an $80 to $101 discount.

- 11-inch 1.6GHz/4GB/128GB - $799, $99 off
- 11-inch 1.6GHz/4GB/256GB - $1,018, $81 off
- 11-inch 1.6GHz/8GB/256GB - $1,118, $81 off
- 11-inch 2.2GHz/8GB/256GB - $1,268, $81 off
- 11-inch 2.2GHz/8GB/512GB - $1,568, $81 off
- 13-inch 1.6GHz/4GB/128GB - $899, $99 off
- 13-inch 1.6GHz/4GB/256GB - $1,098, $100 off
- 13-inch 1.6GHz/8GB/256GB - $1,218, $81 off
- 13-inch 1.6GHz/8GB/512GB - $1,518, $81 off
- 13-inch 2.2GHz/8GB/256GB - $1,368, $81 off
- 13-inch 2.2GHz/8GB/512GB - $1,668, $81 off

2015 21.5-inch iMac

- 1.4GHz/8GB/1TB - $998, $101 off
- 2.8GHz/8GB/1TB - $1,198, $101 off
- 2.8GHz/8GB/1TB Fusion - $1,318, $81 off
- 2.8GHz/16GB/1TB Fusion - $1,518, $81 off
- 4K 3.1GHz/8GB/1TB - $1,389, $110 off
- 4K 3.1GHz/16GB/1TB - $1,589, $101 off
- 4K 3.3GHz/8GB/1TB Fusion - $1,698, $101 off

2015 27-inch iMac

- 5K 3.2GHz/8GB/1TB/M380 - $1,669, $130 off
- 5K 3.2GHz/8GB/1TB Fusion/M390 - $1,848, $151 off
- 5K 3.2GHz/8GB/2TB Fusion/M380 - $1,998, $101 off
- 5K 3.2GHz/16GB/1TB Fusion/M390 - $2,098, $101 off
- 5K 3.3GHz/8GB/2TB Fusion/M395 - $2,148, $151 off
- 5K 3.3GHz/16GB/2TB Fusion/M395 - $2,398, $101 off
- 5K 4.0GHz/8GB/2TB Fusion/M395 - $2,448, $101 off
- 5K 4.0GHz/16GB/2TB Fusion/M395 - $2,648, $101 off
- 5K 4.0GHz/16GB/3TB Fusion/M395 - $2,748, $101 off
- 5K 4.0/32GB/2TB Fusion/M395X - $3,248, $151 off
- 5K 4.0/32GB/3TB Fusion/M395X - $3,348, $151 off
- 5K 4.0/32GB/1TB Flash/M395X - $3898, $201 off

2013 Mac Pro

- 4-Core 3.7GHz/12GB/256GB - $2,699, $300 off
- 6-Core 3.5GHz/16GB/256GB - $3,649, $350 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 off
- 2.6GHz/8GB/1TB Sata - $658, $41 off
- 2.8GHz/8GB/1TB Fusion - $938, $61 off

MacMall is offering iPad Air 2 models at $40 to $50 off 16, 64, and 128GB Wi-Fi only models and up to $75 off the more expensive high-capacity cellular models. The original iPad Air is also available for up to $40 off, and the iPad mini 4 is available for up to $30 off.

The site is also selling a wide range of Apple-related accessories, cases, and other products at small discounts, including the BlueLounge Design Sanctuary 4 Charging Station, which is available for $65 (down from $135) and the Otterbox Defender for iPhone 6s, available for $45 (down from $72).

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 can will not require sale tax to be paid.

For more upcoming Black Friday deals, make sure to check out our dedicated Black Friday roundup. There are some excellent discounts this year on a range of products from iPads and Macs to iPhones and Apple Watches, not to mention hundreds of Apple-related accessories.

MacRumors is an affiliate partner with MacMall.

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DynaFXD

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Solid deals? Most of those are what, 5 to 8 percent off? Hardly the thing that would get a non-fence sitter to move, IMO. I am not suggesting Apple should lower their prices and get into a race to the bottom. But I imagine that most who want one would just pony up and get one when the time is right. Start getting into the 20-25% off range and we might see people altering their shopping plans to take advantage of a truly "solid" deal. Just IMHO.
 

KoolAid-Drink

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Solid deals? Most of those are what, 5 to 8 percent off? Hardly the thing that would get a non-fence sitter to move, IMO. I am not suggesting Apple should lower their prices and get into a race to the bottom. But I imagine that most who want one would just pony up and get one when the time is right. Start getting into the 20-25% off range and we might see people altering their shopping plans to take advantage of a truly "solid" deal. Just IMHO.
Exactly. However, not having to pay sales tax can save up to $150-200, which is nice. What turns me off is a lack of information regarding shipping.
 

campyguy

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these deal sucks, i seen better deals coming from ebay sellers that sells 256gb mbp 13 for 1200
$1200 for a box of magazines is the risk eBay buyers take nowadays. No AppleCare option on those magazines, too! I'll pass. :D
 

sw1tcher

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These aren't deals when you can get better prices from Apple's refurb store. It's not like MacMall is tax free.

I'm sure someone will say that these are new vs refurb, and that you'll get a nice retail box/packaging vs a plain brown box, but the refurbs are as good as new with a full 1 year warranty. And is a retail box/packaging really worth anything?

Examples:

13" rMBP:
- 2.7GHz/8GB/128GB - $1,197 vs $1,099 from Apple
- 2.7GHz/8GB/256GB - $1,397 vs $1,269 from Apple
- 2.9GHz/8GB/512GB - $1,697 vs $1,529 from Apple
- 3.1GHz/16GB/512GB - $2,097 vs $1,869 from Apple

15" rMBP:
- 2.2GHz/16GB/256GB/Iris Pro - $1,799 vs $1,699 from Apple
- 2.5GHz/16GB/512GB/Iris AMD - $2,249 vs $2,119 from Apple
- 2.8GHz/16GB/1TB/Iris AMD - $2,949 vs $2,719 from Apple

13" MBA:

- 13-inch 1.6GHz/4GB/128GB - $899 vs $849 from Apple
- 13-inch 1.6GHz/4GB/256GB - $1,098 vs $1,019 from Apple
- 13-inch 2.2GHz/8GB/512GB - $1,668 vs $1,489 from Apple
 

Tymbo

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I'd save over 20% buying directly from Apple via Apple Pay (w/ my Discover card, of course).
 

dmylrea

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$1200 for a box of magazines is the risk eBay buyers take nowadays. No AppleCare option on those magazines, too! I'll pass. :D
You obviously haven't shopped ebay in the last year. Ebay sales are totally skewed toward the buyer. The seller gets screwed no matter what the buyer says. The seller has no protection anymore. If the buyer files an immediate claim saying the item wasn't as described, no-questions-asked the seller not only has to refund the buyer, but has to pay return shipping.

A box of magazines is pretty heavy. I don't think any seller wants to have to pay to ship those back, PLUS refund the buyer.

I no longer sell anything on ebay. There is NO risk for the buyer anymore.
 

Swampthing

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You obviously haven't shopped ebay in the last year. Ebay sales are totally skewed toward the buyer. The seller gets screwed no matter what the buyer says. The seller has no protection anymore. If the buyer files an immediate claim saying the item wasn't as described, no-questions-asked the seller not only has to refund the buyer, but has to pay return shipping.

A box of magazines is pretty heavy. I don't think any seller wants to have to pay to ship those back, PLUS refund the buyer.

I no longer sell anything on ebay. There is NO risk for the buyer anymore.
LOL... you don't want to sell products that meet those conditions? Explain why there SHOULD be risk to a buyer, please.
 

ilikewhey

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$1200 for a box of magazines is the risk eBay buyers take nowadays. No AppleCare option on those magazines, too! I'll pass. :D
i don't even know where to start with you, but no its 1200 no tax, full year applecare warranty, two of my friends bought it and they are two very happy campers
 

uid15

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can you get this discount and student (about 20%) together ?
Of course, and if you ask nicely they'll paint it for you, wrap a gold bow around it and deliver it on a horse and cart with a picnic hamper, together with an extra "Happy Hour" $800 discount! :p
 

campyguy

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i don't even know where to start with you, but no its 1200 no tax, full year applecare warranty, two of my friends bought it and they are two very happy campers
How about a bar? It's a overtly frickin' joke. Lighten up.
 
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