Target to Offer 15% Off All Apple Products on Sunday and Cyber Monday

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Target has announced it will be offering 15% off all Apple products, including the iPhone and Apple Watch, online and in stores on Sunday, November 27 and Monday, November 28. The two-day Cyber Monday event will begin on early Sunday morning.


The 15% discount will be automatically applied at checkout both online and in stores during the sale. No promo code or in-store coupon will be required. Target.com orders ship for free in the United States throughout the holidays.

Target will be offering additional discounts during Cyber Week, between November 27 and December 3, including deals on the Xbox One and Samsung smart TVs.

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mikeydeezy

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I hope that will cover cables. I've needed a 30 pin to Lightning adapter for a while now but I can't justify spending $40 on a cable for my car.

EDIT: Yes I know it's not a huge savings but I haven't seen them discounted in-stores. I'd rather not gamble trying to get a genuine adapter by buying online from third party sellers on Amazon or eBay.
 
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randian

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Has anybody done a nearly 20% off deal for a new iPhone before? Interestingly, the Target app is showing me that iPhone 7s are both not available to ship and not available to pick up. They're forcing you in store, so I'd bet there's very little stock available to take advantage of this deal.
 

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Has anybody done a nearly 20% off deal for a new iPhone before? Interestingly, the Target app is showing me that iPhone 7s are both not available to ship and not available to pick up. They're forcing you in store, so I'd bet there's very little stock available to take advantage of this deal.
What price are your getting quoted? Look at my screenshots above. I get quoted some ridiculously high "sale price" in comparison to the normal price Apple sells them for.
 

randian

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What price are your getting quoted? Look at my screenshots above. I get quoted some ridiculously high "sale price" in comparison to the normal price Apple sells them for.
$699-$899 depending on storage capacity.
 

SnarkyBear

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I wonder what I am doing wrong :(
Its not unusual for online stores to charge different prices to different people based on their browser history, shopping history, or even what computer they are shopping from. Maybe Target is doing this kind of thing.
 

nviz22

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Target is basically saying the Apple Watch will not be on sale online tonight? I am not fighting with people for a watch.
 

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What price are your getting quoted? Look at my screenshots above. I get quoted some ridiculously high "sale price" in comparison to the normal price Apple sells them for.
Phones at Target are sold by a 3rd party. If they sign you up for, let's say, an AT&T plan, the 3rd party gets a commission from AT&T. So if you get a subsidized or "next" phone, it's the same price as Apple. If you buy it outright, that 3rd party still needs to make a commission, so unlocked and full priced phones are $50 higher than the Apple Store.

Source: I bought 2 iPhones at a Target store.
 

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Phones at Target are sold by a 3rd party. If they sign you up for, let's say, an AT&T plan, the 3rd party gets a commission from AT&T. So if you get a subsidized or "next" phone, it's the same price as Apple. If you buy it outright, that 3rd party still needs to make a commission, so unlocked and full priced phones are $50 higher than the Apple Store.

Source: I bought 2 iPhones at a Target store.
Except the price difference is $300 from Apple's normal price and on sale for still more than $250 than Apple's normal price...
 

mikeydeezy

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but you are okay with $34 + tax?
But $34 is okay?
Of course I'm not jumping for joy saving only a few bucks but seeing as how these cables don't seem to go on sale often I'd like to save the little money I can with this deal (plus an additional 5% savings with a REDcard). At least I know this cable will be genuine (unlike the third party sellers on Amazon).
 
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Well great. I knew I should have waited. I ordered an IPP 12.9" last Sunday from Target for 10% off plus 5% for using my RedCard. Would you order it again and return the other one after it gets delivered? I don't think they'd do a price adjustment.
 
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Relentless Power

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Target is basically saying the Apple Watch will not be on sale online tonight? I am not fighting with people for a watch.
Not to mention they only have 5/6 units per item in stock, in the store, compared to what they have available online.
 

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Not to mention they only have 5/6 units per item in stock, in the store, compared to what they have available online.
It's just a complete disappointment how Target's site isn't updating for me. Idk what to do right now because I don't want to buy rom Best Buy and then get a price protection claim.
 

Relentless Power

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It's just a complete disappointment how Target's site isn't updating for me. Idk what to do right now because I don't want to buy rom Best Buy and then get a price protection claim.
Strange. The website might be down in preparation for the Black Friday sale?