Some of the best Cyber Monday Apple deals will offer huge discounts. For shoppers who missed their chances on Black Friday, upcoming Cyber Monday deals should give you some hope.
Apple products are highly anticipated and cherished by millions of fans across the globe. However, iPhones, iPads, and MacBooks are not cheap. As such, Cyber Monday is a good time to purchase the much-loved Apple products.
Best Cyber Monday Deals On iPhone 7
Black Friday saw some deep discounts and mind-blowing deals on iPhone 7, but unfortunately, most deals have ended. For Cyber Monday, Best Buy will offer a $100 gift card along with select Beats Wireless Headphones on an iPhone 7 purchase. This is a weaker deal when compared to the Black Friday deal that included a $250 gift card with eligible plans for Verizon, Sprint, and AT&T.
Cyber Monday Apple deals by Target will include a flat 15 percent discount on all Apple products. As reported by Forbes, Target Redcard holders will get an additional 5 percent discount. For buyers willing to settle for an older iPhone model, Walmart is offering an iPhone 5S 16GB 4G Smartphone for $149. This deal will help you save $301.
Meanwhile, eBay is also offering discounts on various iPhone models. An unlocked 32GB iPhone 7 will be offered at $619.99 with a $40 saving. Different discounts are available on various models, including the iPhone 6S and iPhone SE. These are not the best deals that will help you save hundreds of dollars, but they are still good deals that give you an upfront discount.
Best Cyber Monday Deals On Apple iPad
The best Cyber Monday deals on Apple iPad are being offered by MacMall. The 12.9-inch iPad Pro 128GB WiFi with Cellular will be on sale at $887 with a whopping $142 off. B&H will offer $50 off and no taxes outside NY for iPad Pro32GB Gold WiFi-only variant. For the 128GB model, B&H is offering $150 off with no taxes outside NY. eBay will sell a refurbished iPad 12.9-inch 256GB WiFi at $649.9 after a discount of $349.
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The Apple iPad Pro 9.7-inch 32GB will be sold at a discounted price of $491 by MacMall. The regular price for the same model is $599. iPad Air 2 will be sold at $369 after a discount of $30 by B&H. For buyers planning to buy the iPad mini 2, MacMall is offering a $40 discount on the 32GB variant.
Best Cyber Monday Deals On Apple Watch
Unfortunately, there are no deals on Apple Watch 2 series, but if you are looking to buy the first series of the watch, you can find some huge discounts. Best Buy will offer the Apple Watch series 1 starting at $269. B&H is offering discounts on all watch variants. At B&H, the lowest price deal is on Apple Watch Sports 38mm, which will be sold for $199.
Best Cyber Monday Deals On Apple MacBook
eBay is offering the lowest price on 13-inch MacBook Air at $786.99 after a discount of $212. The 256GB variant will be sold at $929.99. For buyers looking to buy 12-inch MacBook 256GB or 512GB, the Amazon Cyber Monday deal will include a $150 discount on both variants.
There are very few best Cyber Monday deals on MacBook Pro with touch. eBay will offer $100 off and forgo taxes outside NY on the 256GB Pro with touch model. On the 512 GB variant, B&H is offering a $160 tax discount outside NY. If you intend to buy the 13-inch MacBook Pro without touch, you can enjoy up to a $100 discount depending on the model at B&H. Amazon is also offering a $100 discount on 256GB MacBook pro.
Best Cyber Monday Deals On Apple TV
Best Buy deals on Apple TV will include a 17 percent ($30) discount on the 64GB model and a $22.50 discount on the 32GB variant. Target will offer a 15 percent discount on the third generation and the fourth generation Apple TV. The deal is weaker than the Black Friday deal as the third generation Apple TV is offered at a 25 percent discount.
Most of the best Cyber Monday Deals on Apple products are already live. So hurry up and buy your favorite Apple product before they go out of stock.
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