New Early MacMall Black Friday Apple Mac Sale Launched

Posted: Nov 19 2010, 2:07pm CST | by , Updated: Nov 25 2010, 6:33am CST, in Shopping | Black Friday 2017


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Apple deals are hard to come by. Extreme rebates like the $399.99 iPad at T.J. Maxx we reported yesterday about are very unusual. Apple retailer MacMall hosts another Early Black Friday Blowout sale on Apple Mac computers. The discounts range from 3%-9%, but you get a a bunch of free stuff after rebate with your Mac purchase valued up to $250.

Mac orders on MacMall qualify for Free Parallels, HP Wireless All-in-One Printer and Norton Anti-Virus after mail-in rebate.

The highest discount right now is offered on a Core i5 MacBook Pro where you get 9% off.

The MacBook is on sale for $947.99 saving you 5% of the regular price. The hot new MacBook Air is only discounted by 2-3% depending on the model.

Shop all MacMall Black Friday deals now on

For the latest Apple Black Friday deals visit our Apple Black Friday Deals Guide.

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