It’s the Friday before Christmas, which means any gifts you order online today almost certainly won’t make it under the tree in time for the big day. All the same, Best Buy is hosting an impressive one-day Apple sale on products like MacBooks, iPads, Apple Watches, and HomePod, making this a perfect opportunity to pick up a late gift. Before we hop in, though, you should know that you can find matches of some of these deals at places like Amazon and Target, but Best Buy’s sale is nice because they’re all in the same place at once.
If you’re looking for the latest 11-inch iPad Pro, Best Buy is offering it for $40 off. In the case of the entry-level 64GB modelRemove non-product link, that brings the price to $759.99 (down from $799.99). This isn’t really a standout deal, though, as Amazon and B&HRemove non-product link are selling it for the same price.
But you’re in luck if you want to pick up the previous generation 10.5-inch iPad Pro with Wi-FiRemove non-product link, as it’s on sale with discounts ranging from $125 to $150. On the low end, that’ll allow you to pick up the 64GB model for just $524.99, down from the usual price of $6498.99. This appears to be the best price available.
If you’re in the market for a laptop, there really aren’t many alternatives to Best Buy’s one-day sale right now. And that’s fine, because there are some great discounts here ranging from $250 to $800Remove non-product link.
At the top of the list, for instance, you can get a 13-inch space gray MacBook Pro with 8GB of RAM and 512GB of storageRemove non-product link for just $1,599.99, down $400 from the usual price of $1,999.99. Not too shabby.
Apple Watch and HomePod
If you’re in the market for an Apple Watch Series 3, be sure to check out the $50 discountRemove non-product link that Best Buy offers. That’s enough to bring the price of a 38mm Nike+ Apple Watch Series 3 with GPSRemove non-product link down to just $229, down from the usual price of $279.
If you’d like to do some caroling with the help of your HomePod, you’ll be happy to know that Best Buy is offering the smart speaker for a mere $250Remove non-product link, down $100 from its usual price of $350.
This is a much more appealing price for Apple’s speaker, which boasts great audio but lacks many of the voice control options you’ll get from competing products from Google or Amazon. Keep in mind, though, that this discount price has been popping up fairly open as of late, to the point that it’s almost safe to say this is “actually” the new retail price.