MacMall holds ‘66 Hour Apple Sale’ – Save up to 22% on Apple Macs, iPods, more

MacMall has announced the return of their “66 Hour Apple Sale” with savings up to 22% off Apple’s price on select Apple products.

Save on iPods, save up to $600 on MacBook Pros, up to $150 on iMacs, up to $100 on MacBooks, and more.

The sale runs from December 7, 2pm PT to December 10, 8am PT only:

MacBook Pro:
• Save $150 on Apple 17″ MacBook Pro 2.4GHz only $2,615 after Mail In Rebate (MIR). Now ships with Mac OS X Leopard.
Save $150 on 15.4″ Apple MacBook Pro 2.4GHz for $2,305 after MIR. Now ships with Mac OS X Leopard.
Save $150 on 15.4″ MacBook Pro – Intel Core 2 Duo 2.33GHz notebook only $1,849. Now ships with Mac OS X Leopard.
• Save $150 on 15.4″ Apple MacBook Pro 2.2GHz for $1,799 after MIR. Now ships with Mac OS X Leopard.
• Save up to $150 on Apple’s 15″ & 17″ MacBook Pro. Starting at $1,799 via MIR.
• Save up to $150 on Apple’s MacBook Pro Closeout. Starting at $1,799 after discount & mail-in savings.

MacBook:
Save up to $100 on New MacBook up to 2.2GHz. Starts at $1,019. Now ships with Mac OS X Leopard.

iMac:
• The new Wireless iMac prices start at $1,224 SAVE up to $100 + Free Shipping + Free Printer after mail in rebate.
• Save $100 on iMac closeout deals starts at $999. Free Shipping & Printer, Get Parallel Desktop 3.0 for only $9.99.
• Save $100 on Apple iMac 24″ – Intel Core 2 Duo 2.16 GHz only $1,399 after rebate.
• Save $75 on Apple iMac 20″ Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4GHz now only $1,419. Now ships with Mac OS X Leopard.
• Save $50 Apple 20″ iMac – Intel Core 2 Duo 2.0GHz – $1,144 only + Free Printer + Free Shipping after MIR. Now ships with Mac OS X Leopard.
• The new iMac starting at $1,144 + FREE HP Printer and shipping after MIR. Now ships with Mac OS X Leopard
• Save $100* iMac 24″ Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4GHz now only $1,694 via MIR. Now ships with Mac OS X Leopard.
• Save up to $150. Price drops on the MacBook Pro and iMac 24″. Closeout Specials.

Mac mini:
Save $25* Mac mini starting at $569 via MIR, Free Shipping + Printer + Parallels Desktop 3.0.

iPod nano:
• Apple iPod nano 8GB – Silver $187.94. Free Engraving & Shipping*, FM Transmitter*, *After MIR.
• Apple iPod nano 8GB – Black only$179.94. Free Engraving & Shipping*, Free FM Transmitter*, *After MIR.
• Apple iPod nano 8GB – Blue only $179.94. Free Engraving & Shipping*, Free FM Transmitter*, *After MIR.
• Apple iPod nano 8GB – Green only $194 Free Engraving, Shipping*, FM Transmitter*, *After MIR.
• Apple iPod nano 4GB – Silver only $139.89. Free Engraving & Shipping*, Free FM Transmitter*, *After MIR.

iPod touch:
• Apple iPod touch 8GB & 16GB + Free Shipping + Engraving, FM Transmitter and Silicone Case after MIR.
• Apple iPod touch 16GB Free FM transmitter, Engraving, Case, Shipping only $379.98.

External Hard Drive Deals:
LaCie 500GB External USB 2.0 Desktop Hard Drive only $114.99.
• LaCie d2 Quadra 500GB External eSATA/FireWire 800/FireWire 400/USB 2.0 Hard Drive only $182.59.
• Western Digital My Book Studio Edition 500GB External Quad Interface Hard Drive only $179.99.

More info: here

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12 Comments

  1. Hah! I just bought the WD 500gb quad Studio for $236.50 w/tax ($220.00 pre) at Best Buy day before yesterday.

    Oh, well, I have almost repaired my Mac. I don’t think I could’ve waited a week for shipping.

  2. mail in rebates are not worth it.

    check out macmall at the california better business bureau web site.

    i knew about their reputation on rebates; the docs i submitted were flawless and i still was rejected.

    after contacting the ca bbb, they were immediately accepted.

  3. Hey MacMall, a sale on MACs isn’t going to help—I bet you can’t even give I-pods and MACs away. People know expensive MACs can’t play games so they don’t bother. That’s why Apple’s market share is so low.

    I got a flyer in the mail today from Dell. Great business tools and computers that can play games were inside. You MAC lemmings should check it out. Good stuff.

    Your potential. Our passion.™

  4. People know expensive MACs can’t play games so they don’t bother.

    Actually if you do your research, only ONE of the top 10 selling games for PC’s are not on the Mac. That’s Half Life.

    In fact a couple of the top selling games have come out on the Mac FIRST, then the PC next. Because if it sells well to Mac users, it will sell well, and be rapidly pirated, on the PC side.

    There are plenty of Mac games, most of them are quality. There are even more PC games, but a lot of them are of poor quality.

    Mac users have money, they pay for good software. PC users are on general are cheap bastards more likely to steal software.

    If you really do your research you’ll see that PC gaming in general, even on Mac’s, is in decline in favor of cheaper and faster consoles like the buggy, overheating, fire starting, only 3 processor X-box and the superior PS3 with the state of the art, cool running, 9 core Cell processor and integrated FREE Blue-Ray HD Disc player. (should Apple buy Sony?)

    So you see a pattern here. PC = cheap, poor quality. Mac = well to do, better quality.

    Obviously cream rises to the top and anyone bothering to waste their time trolling with the same old drivel like you do is in serious need of professional mental health counseling.

    Yes, your mental ZuneTang. Congratulations. Now go get help. Get a real relationship, go camping and hiking, get off the computer. Your not the first and won’t be the last to have problems online.

  5. It’s amazing how the prices of hard drives, both internal and external, have dropped in the last few years. A LaCie 500GB external for $115! Sweet! I’m still using an old Maxtor 250GB external I paid $330 for on sale. I can’t wait for the 2TB drives to come out so the 1TB models will drop in price even more. I need two of them to configure in RAID 1 and start ripping all of my CDs in the Apple Lossless format. Heck, even now the 1TB hard drives are available for almost $250 in an OEM version and they were $1,000 when they first came out. I wish the pricing on new cars worked like this.

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