Black Friday is now behind us, but many of the deals are still active and will remain so through Cyber Monday (or beyond). In the “absolute best deals” section below, we’ve updated this list and struck through deals that are no longer active or where the items are no longer in stock as of Saturday morning. Check back with us on Cyber Monday, as we’ll have a new roundup of excellent deals.
iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro/Max: Get a $300 Walmart gift card you when you buy and activate any of these iPhonesRemove non-product link through Walmart. You can get another $250 Walmart gift card if you trade in a qualifying phone.
MacBook Air (2019): Apple’s latest MacBook Air (with the butterfly keyboard and Touch ID) is on sale at Amazon for an all-time low, but the $100 additional discount won’t show up until you go to checkout and check no-rush shipping. You can get the 128GB model for $799.99, down from $1,099.99. The 256GB model is selling for $1,099.99, down from $1,299.
MacBook Air (2017): Miss the old MacBook Air with the glowing logo and non-butterfly keyboard? Pick up this 8GB RAM/128GB SSD model for $649 at Amazon, down $349 from the normal price of $999.
15-inch MacBook Pro (2019): If you don’t mind the butterfly keyboard, B&H is offering up to $450 off this year’s model. Get this 256GB modelRemove non-product link for $2,000 (down from $2,400) or this 512GB model (in space gray or silver). These deals last through December 2.
Casetify: Casetify makes colorful cases for iPhones, and its products are especially appealing to people who like to switch out cases often. The case-maker is currently running a sale on its siteRemove non-product link through December 2 (Cyber Monday) that makes it easier to buy multiple cases. Simply enter the code FILLMYBAG at checkout. Buy one item, and you’ll save 15 percent on your entire order. If you buy two, you’ll save 25 percent and 3 percent if you buy three. The code works for all items on Casetify’s site aside from licensed accessories.
Mujjo: Mujjo is a popular maker of leather iPhone cases and accessories, and one of its leather cases even made our roundup of the best iPhone 11 cases. For Black Friday weekend, you can take 25 percent off the entire siteRemove non-product link from November 28 through December 3. Just use the code #25off when you check out.
Zagg: Zagg is one of the best-known makers of iPhone and Mac accessories, and it’s also the company behind brands like Mophie, Invisible Shield, and Gear4. From November 27 until December 8, you can take 40 percent off everything on Zagg.comRemove non-product link—although you’ll have to keep it limited to 10 products per order.
As anyone who follows our daily deal posts knows, Amazon is an excellent place to find deals on Apple products. It’s also quite unpredictable. Sales will appear, and then the products will sell out before we even have a chance to write about them. Amazon also does a lot of price matching, which means that if Best Buy offers a killer deal on an iPad, Amazon will likely follow up with one of its own. With that in mind, though, here are the best deals we know of. Just keep in mind that they might change quickly.
AirPods: Amazon is now selling the second-generation AirPods for just $129 (down from 159), which is a match of Walmart’s highly publicized price. Walmart’s stock has sold out multiple times since Thanksgiving morning, though.
MacBook Air (2017): This is the older model—that is, the one before Apple ditched the glowing logo and introduced the “butterfly” keyboard. Get this model with 8GB RAM and a 128GB SSD for $699, down $300 from the normal retail price of $999.
13-inch MacBook Pro (2019): Get the i5/8GB/128GB model for $1,499.99, down almost $300 from the usual retail price of $1,799.
Target has long been one of the best stores to visit for Apple products on Black Friday, and it continues that tradition this year with some fantastic deals on iPhones, Apple Watches, and AirPods. Most of the deals go live for the general public on Friday itself, but Target RedCard and Circle rewards members can start taking advantage of the deals on November 27, the day before Thanksgiving.
Brick-and-mortar Target stores will open on Thanksgiving Day at 5:00 p.m. local time and stay open until 1:00 a.m. on Friday. On Black Friday itself, stores will open at 7:00 a.m. We’ve singled out the Apple stuff below, but if you want to see everything Target is offering, check out its massive 54-page mailer.
Apple Watch Series 3: Get the still-impressive Series 3Remove non-product link for as little as $169.99. It’s hard to confirm, but the model looks like the 38mm aluminum model with the white sport band. Walmart is offering a better deal.
Walmart has some fantastic deals this year—some of the best, in fact—particularly if you’re in the market for a slightly older Apple Watch. The items below go on sale online on Wednesday, November 27 at 1 a.m. Eastern, and then you’ll see then in stores on Thanksgiving Day beginning at 6:00 p.m.
iPad: Walmart will sell the new 32GB 10.2-inch iPad for $249Remove non-product link, down from the normal retail price of $329. Other retailers are selling it for this price, but it’s a good one—certainly the lowest we’ve seen so far this year. Amazon is currently selling it for this price.
AirPods: Walmart will be selling the standard second-generation AirPodsRemove non-product link for $129, down from the regular retail price of $159. This is the best price we know of. As of the time of writing, they’re already on sale for $139.
Most retailers drop all their deals on the table at once, but not Costco. Instead, it’s dropping new deals every few days. As such, we’ve organized Costco’s section by date rather than product. Just a reminder: You have to be a Costco member in order to take advantage of its deals.
Best Buy already had an impressive “Black Friday” sale for Apple products earlier this month, and we covered those deals individually when they dropped. The retailer’s actual Black Friday sales are kind of tame by comparison (at least for Apple products).
Staples has some decent deals for Black Friday, but nothing remarkable—we’ve seen these prices (and better) at other retailers. You can take advantage of these deals online on Thanksgiving and in the stores beginning at 7:00 a.m.
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