Experts at The Consumer Post list the top Apple Mac & iMac Black Friday & Cyber Monday 2019 deals, featuring instant savings on Mac Pro, Mac Mini, iMac Pro & iMac Mini
BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Compare the best iMac & Mac Black Friday & Cyber Monday 2019 deals and sales. Links to the top savings on Apple Mac & iMac desktop computers are shown below and have been rounded up by Black Friday & Cyber Monday experts at The Consumer Post.
Best iMac & Mac deals:
- Save up to $50 on the new Apple Mac Mini – click the link for the latest live deals on Mac Pro computers at Amazon
- Save up to $51 on a wide range of Apple Mac Mini & Mac Pro computers at Amazon – check live prices on top-rated 2019 Mac Mini & Mac Pro desktop computers with 128GB & 256GB storage
- Save up to 58% on Apple iMac & iMac Pro (21.5-inch & 27-inch) at Amazon – click the link for the latest prices on top of the line 2019 iMac & iMac Pro computers with Retina 5K displays (including discounts on new & renewed models)
- Save on Apple iMac, Mac Pro & Mac Mini Desktops – at B&H Photo Video
Black Friday & Cyber Monday deals run for a limited period of time. For the full range of live deals check out Amazon’s Black Friday & Cyber Monday deals page and Walmart’s Black Friday & Cyber Monday home page. The Consumer Post earns commissions from purchases made using the links provided.
Apple has revolutionized the desktop experience with their Mac and iMac line. The latest in the iMac line is the 27-inch iMac 5k Retina Display equipped with Intel Core i9 processor. Other iMac users can choose from are the 27-inch iMac Pro, 21.5-inch iMac, and 21.5 inch iMac 4k Retina Display. For users who already have their preferred monitors, the Mac and the Mac Pro are excellent options. This fall of 2019, Apple is set to release the new Mac Pro, what they claim to be their most powerful computer.
What can shoppers expect for Black Friday deals? Retailers entice shoppers with Black Friday savings typically ranging from 20% to over 50% off on a wide variety of products.
Black Friday is rapidly transitioning into a predominantly online sales event. According to accounting firm Deloitte, 50% of holiday shoppers told them that they now prefer online shopping to in-store, with only 36% saying otherwise.
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