B&H's Black Friday sale delivers the lowest prices on Macs with AppleCare, tax-free outside NYThis Black Friday, B&H Photo Video —an Apple Authorized Reseller and one of the largest electronics superstores worldwide —is offering $102-$550 off standalone Macs, up to $615 off those same Macs when bundled with 3-Years of AppleCare, and dozens of unbeatable camera deals —all of which are tax-free outside New York.
Over the past 48 hours, B&H's Black Friday Sale has matched the lowest prices available on most Macs listed in our Price Guides, all of which include free shipping, software bonuses, and sometimes free notebook cases. But where the reseller really stands out this holiday is with its discounted Mac+AppleCare bundles, which offer combined savings of up to $205 on current Macs and up to $615 on previous-generation models.
For example, 3-Years of AppleCare attached to 11- and 13-inch MacBook orders fetches $179.99 (rather than $249), while the same plan for 15-inch MacBooks comes in at $244 (rather than $349). Meanwhile, AppleCare plans on iMacs cost just $122 rather than $169. The combined —and final checkout prices (except NY, which adds tax) —for all of B&H's Mac bundles can be seen in our Mac+AppleCare price guide segment below.
B&H is also offering AppleInsider readers exclusive, rockbottom pricing on these three closeout models while supplies last:
- 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display 2.3GHz Ivy Bridge/8GB/256GB for $1,649.00 ($550 savings) SOLD OUT
- 27.0-inch iMac 2.9GHz Ivy Bridge/8GB/1TB for $1,499.95 ($300 savings)
- 27.0-inch iMac 3.2GHz Ivy Bridge/8GB/1TB for $1,599.95 ($400 savings)
New Macs with AppleCare Price Guide
Readers can also check out how B&H's pricing on Macs without AppleCare stacks up against the competition in our regular Mac price guide, below:
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