Best Apple Deals After Black Friday And Cyber Monday: All-Time Price Lows On Apple TV, MacBooks, iPads, iPhones and MORE

By Tony Park - 01 Dec '16 21:57PM

Apple's Black Friday 2016 one-day shopping event disappointed consumers. The Cupertino company only offered gift cards in varying amounts for products such as MacBook or MacBook Pro. For Cyber Monday, consumers turned to third-party retailers such as Target and Best Buy. These stores had hefty discounts up to 70%.

For consumers who missed out on the savings during Black Friday and Cyber Monday, fret not: all-time high discounts on Apple products such as Apple TV, MacBooks, iPads, iPhones, and iMacs are still going strong, as reported by the website Apple Insider. These hot deals are as juicy or even juicier seen since Thanksgiving.

"Forbes" magazine reported on post-Black Friday and -Cyber Monday discounts on 12-inch MacBook, MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro at Best Buy. The price of a 12-inch Retina MacBook is down $200 to $1399 for the higher-end model. Reduced price is also available for the 12-inch MacBook model, which now costs $1149.

Discount of $150 is set for MacBook Pro Retina (2015) for the 512GB model with a $1649 price tag. This system has an Intel 5th gen Broadwell processor and 8GB of memory.

MacBook Air Intel Broadwell Core i5 1.6GHz 13.3-inch laptop will be shipped free by Electronics Valley via eBay at $929.99. This laptop has 13.3-inch 1,440-by-900 LCD screen, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, 802.11ac wireless, Bluetooth 4.0, Thunderbolt 2, backlit keyboard and Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan.

The 9.7-inch version of the iPad Pro went down to $450 last week at Target. The refurbished 1.6-pound iPad Pro 12.9-inch 32GB Wi-Fi tablet is being sold by Mobilepros1 via eBay at $449.99, also with free shipping.

According to News Every Day, this week, Target has 15% discount on iPhone 7/7 Plus. Best Buy will have a free gift card worth up to $250 with every iPhone 7 256GB and $100 gift card on 32/128GB Sprint, AT&T and Verizon versions of the device.

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