Ready. Set. Shop: Apple to hold annual one-day only Black Friday shopping event

“Ready. Set. Shop,” Apple’s online Apple Store Website reads. Last year’s, Apple’s Black Friday event was headlined “Joy to the Wallet.” In 2005, it was “The Feast After the Feast.”

Last year, Apple’s offers included, $101 off MacBooks and iMacs, software discounts, $41 off Airport Extreme Base Station, up to $101.95 off select Shure earphones, $31 off iPod, and many more special deals. Apple typically keeps the details of the offers secret until the 24th.

Don’t miss our special one-day shopping event on Friday, November 23rd.

Come back to the Apple Online Store the day after Thanksgiving for a special one-day-only holiday shopping event. You’ll find dozens of great iPod, iPhone, and Mac gift ideas — all with free shipping.

Mark your calendars now. And until then, start your research by visiting our Holiday Gift Guide to find iPod, iPhone, and Mac gifts for everyone on your list.

Shopping event is available only at the Apple Online Store on Friday, November 23, 2007, from 12:01 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. PST and at Apple Retail Stores. Check your local Apple Retail Store for special hours. Sale prices are available while supplies last.

MacDailyNews Note: Outside the U.S., check your country’s Apple Store: Canada’s retail and online Apple Stores are having the Black Friday event as well.

Visit the Apple Online Store here.


  1. @ ChrisM,

    $100 of is nothing special? It’s $100, what do you want, for pete’s sake. A free Macbook and a handjob? Will that do? Geez. I’m sure the shareholders would be thrilled if they broke the bank just for you.

  2. @ChrisM
    “$100 off an iMac or MacBook is nothing special. Could this be used on TOP of an educational discount?”

    It IS special if you happen to be buying one that day. And no, typically Apple offers you a choice, the Edu discount OR the special offer, not both.

  3. Apple should throw in an Elgato hybrid with any computer sale to publicize the fact that this gadget turns the computer into a tv set …macsales sells them for $135 or so…maybe for $35 on Black Friday, and add them as an option on the on line store. I believe this could accelerate computer sales dramatically, at no cost to Apple. After all, why buy a tv set if your 24″ iMac can do the job…my new 2.8 Ghz has an Elgato attached, and tv (I have analog input) works very well indeed.

  4. Well $100 of of the price in Canada is nothing special it just brings us to the price it should be in the first place $1199.00 same as in the US now if we get it for $100 of the US price I’m in.

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