Leaked Apple Black Friday 2011 Ad reveals Apple Black Friday Deals ahead of Release
The Apple Black Friday 2011 Sales items just leaked before Apple announced them Despite the low discounts the Apple Black Friday Sales event is always a big draw each year. Apple has just published the Black Friday 2011 landing page on the Apple Store.
On Monday Apple has published a page on the Apple Store announcing the Apple Black FridaySale. The page only revealed so far that there will be amazing iPad, iPod and Mac gifts. Apple does not release a traditional Black Friday Ad- or so I thought. 9to5Mac just published photos of the Apple Black Friday 2011 Ad revealing all Apple Black Friday 2011 deals to be on Sale on Black Friday starting midnight.
The Apple Black Friday ad unveils that you can save $41-$61 on the Apple iPad 2, $101 off MacBook Pro, $101 off MacBook Air, $101 off iMac, $21-$41 off iPod touch and $11 off iPod nano.
So what's the best Apple Black Friday 2011 deal? $61 off on an iPad is an ok deal, but that only applies to the most expensive models. Best Buy will offer all Apple iPad 2 tablets $45 off on Black Friday. So for the lower range iPads the Best Buy deal is better. Best Buy offers $150 off iMacs and MacBook Pros on Black Friday. So here Best Buy is also better. Leaves the MacBook Air deal of $101 savings as best deal especially on the entry level MacBook Air which will sell for only $898.
The iPod touch and nano Apple Black Friday deals are best to be ignored, there are tons of better deals advertised for Black Friday from other retailers. To find the best Apple product deals for Black Friday visit our Black Friday 2011 Apple Deals Guide.
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