Early Black Friday: Apple's current 15" MacBook Pro for $1,699 ($300 off), 27" iMac 5K with AppleCar

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in Current Mac Hardware edited March 2015
Though Black Friday remains 3 days away, multiple Apple Authorized Resellers on Monday began releasing aggressive door busters on current, 2014 MacBooks and iMacs, all of which can be paired with exclusive deals for AI readers offering free accessories, discounted or free AppleCare and significant tax-savings.




Dozens of early Black Friday deals and discounts are already present on our Apple Deal Tracker and Apple Price Guides, respectively. Among the highlights released just hours ago, some of which are limited in supply at their current prices, are:

2014 MacBook Pros

B&H Photo: 15" MacBook Pro (2.2GHz, 16GB, 256GB) for $1,699.00+ [$300 Savings]
Adorama: 15" MacBook Pro (2.2GHz, 16GB, 256GB) for $1,699.00! [$300 Savings]
Best Buy: 15" MacBook Pro (2.2GHz, 16GB, 256GB) for $1,699.00# [$300 Savings]
Best Buy: 15" MacBook Pro (2.5GHz, 16GB, 512GB, 750M) for $2,199.00# [$300 Savings]


+ No tax collected on orders shipped outside NY.
! No tax collected on orders outside NY & NJ.
# Tax collected on all sales.


The Adorama offer can be paired with an exclusive offer from Adorama for AppleInsider readers that offers 25-100% off AppleCare plus a free Apple Magic Trackpad with every MacBook, Mac Pro and non-Retina iMac by clicking this link and applying promo code APHOLIDAYS in the "Payment" section during checkout. Note that new customers must first register for a free Adorama VIP account before adding items to their cart. Also note that while Best Buy offers this 15" MacBook Pro (2.2GHz, 16GB, 256GB) $50 cheaper than its competitors, unless you live in NY, your lowest price will still be at B&H Photo (or Adorama unless you live in NJ) since it will save you around $150 in tax.

Adorama: 15" MacBook Pro (2.2GHz, 16GB, 256GB) with AppleCare & Magic Trackpad for $1,993.00! [$355 Savings]

! Price after applying promo code APHOLIDAYS & no tax outside NY & NJ.

2014 iMac Retina 5Ks with Free AppleCare

B&H Photo: 27.0" iMac 5K (3.5GHz/8GB/1TB/290) with 3-Years of AppleCare (Free) for $2,299.00+ [$369 Savings]
Adorama: 27.0" iMac 5K (3.5GHz/8GB/1TB/290) with 3-Years of AppleCare (Free) for $2,299.00! [$369 Savings]


+ No tax collected on orders shipped outside NY.
! No tax collected on orders outside NY & NJ.


The Free 3-Years of AppleCare offer can also be applied to 40 additional iMac 5K configurations from Adorama.

2014 MacBook Airs

13" Air (1.40GHz/4GB/128GB) for $889.00+ [$110 Savings]
13" Air (1.40GHz/4GB/256GB) for $1,069.00+ [$130 Savings]


+ No tax collected on orders shipped outside NY.

2013 MacBook Closeouts

Additionally, MacBook Pro shoppers looking for exceptional value can check out a handful of remaining closeouts (limited to existing supply) from B&H which are largely identical to current models with the exception of CPU speed bumps:

2.4GHz 13" (4GB,128GB) for $1,059.00+ [$240 Savings]
2.6GHz 13" (8GB, 512GB) for $1,449.00+ [$350.00 Savings]

2.0GHz 15" (8GB, 256GB) for $1,499.00+ [$500.00 Savings]
2.3GHz 15" (16GB, 512GB, 750M) for $1,999.00+ [$600.00 Savings]
2.6GHz 15" (8GB, 512GB) for $2,199.00+ [$400.00 Savings]
2.6GHz 15" (16GB, 1TB, 750M) for $2,799.00+ [$500.00 Savings]


+ Instant discounts and no sales tax collected on orders shipped to every state by NY.

Stay Tuned For More Exclusive

Stay tuned to AppleInsider throughout the week and weekend as we continue to announce unbeatable, exclusive deals for our readers.

Comments

  • Reply 1 of 4
    That iMac 5K price from B&H Photo is too good to pass up so I bought one. Not only is it $2299, it has free shipping and no tax!! I saved $500.
  • Reply 2 of 4
    marvfoxmarvfox Posts: 2,275member
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by bdkennedy1 View Post



    That iMac 5K price from B&H Photo is too good to pass up so I bought one. Not only is it $2299, it has free shipping and no tax!! I saved $500.



    Just make sure it was a sealed carton. Sometimes they sell refurbished as new merchandise I was told by someone who bought there in the past.

  • Reply 3 of 4
    kasperkasper Posts: 941member, administrator
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by marvfox View Post

     



    Just make sure it was a sealed carton. Sometimes they sell refurbished as new merchandise I was told by someone who bought there in the past.


    It's not a refurb. If we ever promote refurbs, it's clearly marked. And the same goes for Apple Authorized Resellers marketing products online. If it's not a brand, new, sealed product, its CLEARLY marked. None of the Apple products we are promoting this holiday from B&H (or the others) are refurbs.

  • Reply 4 of 4
    razorpitrazorpit Posts: 1,074member

    For what its worth I had a terrible experience with MacMall in the past.  Wouldn't honor a rebate for a free copy of Parallels after the purchase of a Mac.  Worse they wouldn't give a reason as to why, even after multiple emails back and forth.  I know they are a big sponsor here, I gave them a chance just because of that, but never again...

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