We’re just two days away from Black Friday, and as retailers prepare for a frenzy of shoppers this weekend, some of the deals on offer are just starting to be revealed. Many of those looking to grab one of the specials this weekend are in search of an Apple product. Aside from the general popularity of the iPads, iPods and Macs, it’s one of the very few occasions where Apple’s prices budge, and with the holiday season looming, it’s the perfect opportunity for everybody to stock up on gifts for friends and loved ones.
Best Buy is one of the biggest such retailers in the world, and is renowned for offering some great deals on consumer electronics. If you are indeed looking to acquire an Apple device on the cheap, you’ll be pleased to learn that the savings offered at Best Buy look very reasonable indeed.
If you foresee yourself – or perhaps somebody you know – spending a great deal of time watching television this holiday, you may want to invest in an Apple TV, which is down from $99 to $89. If you’ve been in the market for a Mac, but haven’t been able to snap one up due to the cost, Best Buy offers some very promising deals on the 13-inch variants of the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro range. There’s $175 off the $1199 13-inch MacBook Air, and $165 off the 13-inch MacBook Pro of the same price.
If you want to enjoy the many benefits of iOS, Best Buy has plenty on the table for you. Not only can you save $5 on the $199 iPod touch, but that particular deal comes with a $50 Best Buy Gift Card. A $100 iTunes card will cost you just $80, so if you constantly find yourself topping up on apps, music, video and games via the iTunes Store, you may want to buy in bulk to save a vast amount of money.
There’s $5 off the $155 iPod nano, which once again arrives with a Best Buy Gift Card to the value of $20, and to wrap things up, there are also $30 – $60 savings on the 16 GB Wi-Fi iPad and iPad 2.
Other deals will likely surface as Black Friday draws ever closer, and we’ll point you in the direction of the very best ones we manage to dig up.