MacMall offers special ‘Blowout Sale’ Mac deals: iMac and MacBook Pro starting at $1099.99

MacMall is offering the following special deals on new Apple Macs in their “Black Friday/Cyber Monday Apple Blowout – The Sequel” sale.

These offers are valid only until 11:59pm PST, Monday, December 7.

Black Friday/Cyber Monday Apple Blowout

Apple MacBook Pro:
Apple 13.3″ MacBook Pro Intel Core 2 Duo 2.26GHz, 2GB RAM, 160GB Hard Drive, NVIDIA GeForce 9400M, SuperDrive (MB990LL/A) – $1099.99 (was $1199)
• Apple 15.4″ MacBook Pro Intel Core 2 Duo 2.53GHz, 4GB RAM, 250GB Hard Drive, NVIDIA GeForce 9400M, SuperDrive (MC118LL/A) – $1589.99 (was $1699)
• Apple 15.4″ MacBook Pro Intel Core 2 Duo 2.66GHz, 4GB RAM, 320GB Hard Drive, NVIDIA GeForce 9600MGT 256MB VR, SuperDrive (MB985LL/A) – $1872.99 (was $1999)
Apple 15.4″ MacBook Pro Intel Core 2 Duo 2.8GHz, 4GB RAM, 500GB Hard Drive, NVIDIA GeForce 9600MGT 512MB VR, SuperDrive (MB986LL/A) – $2099.99 (was $2299)
• Apple 17″ MacBook Pro Intel Core 2 Duo 2.8GHz, 4GBRAM, 500GB Hard Drive, NVIDIA GeForce 9600M 512MB VR, SuperDrive – Glossy (MC226LL/A) – $2299.99 (was $2499)

Apple MacBook Pro:
• Apple 13.3″ MacBook Air 1.86GHz, 2GB RAM, 128GB Solid State Drive, NVIDIA GeForce 9400M – Aluminum unibody (MB940LL/A) – $1399.99 (was $1799)
• Apple MacBook Air – Core 2 Duo 1.86 GHz – RAM 2 GB – HDD 120 GB – GF 9400M (MC233LL/A) – $1422.99 (was $1499)

Apple iMac:
• Apple 21.5″ iMac Intel Core 2 Duo 3.06GHz, 4GB RAM, 500GB Hard Drive, NVIDIA GeForce 9400M, SuperDrive (MB950LL/A) – $1099.99 (was $1199)
• Apple 21.5″ iMac Intel Core 2 Duo 3.06GHz, 4GB RAM, 500GB Hard Drive, NVIDIA GeForce 9400M, SuperDrive W/NUMERIC KEYBOARD (Z0GC-NUMERIC) – $1124.99 (was $1199)
• Apple 21.5″ iMac Intel Core 2 Duo 3.06GHz, 4GB RAM, 1TB Hard Drive, ATI Radeon HD 4670, SuperDrive, NUMERIC KB (Z0JC-NUMKB) – $1452.49 (was $1499)
• Apple 27″ iMac Intel Core 2 Duo 3.06GHz, 4GB RAM, 1TB Hard Drive, ATI Radeon HD 4670, SuperDrive, NUMERIC KB (Z0GE-NUMKB) – $1646.49 (was $1699)
• Apple 27″ iMac Intel Quad Core 2.66GHz, 4GB RAM, 1TB Hard Drive, ATI Radeon HD 4850, SuperDrive, NUMERIC KB (Z0GF-NUMKB) – $1944.00 (was $1999)

Mac mini:
• Apple Mac mini Intel Core 2 Duo 2.26GHz, 2GB RAM, 160GB Hard Drive, NVIDIA GeForce 9400M, SuperDrive (MC238LL/A) – $574.94 (was $599)
• Apple Mac mini Intel Core 2 Duo 2.53GHz, 4GB RAM, 320GB Hard Drive, NVIDIA GeForce 9400M, SuperDrive (MC239LL/A) – $744.94 (was $799)

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13 Comments

  1. For first timers in particular, I have always recommended buying from an Apple Store. Luckily, we have 5 in our area.

    In addition, they get the One to One membership. For the additional costs, and that includes taxes, the extra support/training is invaluable.

    After that, their choices to buy from are innumerable.

    NOTE HOWEVER, most if not nearly all, have continued to go back to the Apple store for major purchases. Even my ‘cheaper’ clients. Go figure.

    Note as well, I personally don’t recommend they get Apple Care for desktops. Of for that matter, buy covers/protectors for their iPhones.

  2. @ xcomme

    Re, “What is the difference in buying a Mac from Apple or any other online retailer? Warranty is all from Apple, right?”

    Right. But the One to One is only available via purchases from the Apple Store’s, direct or on-line.

  3. @tscdoc,,,”I’ve bought several items from MacMall and never had a single problem.”

    their Better Business Bureau rating is ” B- ” and “advise careful evaluation of the company’s technical assistance, servicing, refund and exchange policies prior to ordering products”

    in fairness to macmall, all of my several issues with rebates were resolved quickly once i informed them i was going to contact the BBB or after they were contacted by the BBB on my behalf.

    nonetheless, it was still a lot unneccessary aggraviation. i still make purchsaes from them that don’t involve rebates.

  4. Very satisfied with MacMall and never had any issue with rebates (10+) in all the times I’ve purchased.

    leftofkarlmarx, you sound like a typical liberal whiner / complainer with the usual perpetual “victim” mentality. If you’re always looking to create issues, you’re more likely to encounter them. Based on your post, you’re probably a real asshole on the phone, too.

  5. “leftofkarlmarx, you sound like a typical liberal whiner / complainer with the usual perpetual “victim” mentality. If you’re always looking to create issues, you’re more likely to encounter them. Based on your post, you’re probably a real asshole on the phone, too.”

    Look who’s talking about creating issues.

  6. Macmall will not accept returns or exchanges on any laptops they sell – even if it is new and dead on arrival. I found out the hard way. I won’t buy from them again.

  7. @ MDmac: “I personally don’t recommend they … buy covers/protectors for their iPhones.”

    when you get around to selling your old iPhone on Ebay, you’ll wish you had.

    @ montex “Macmall will not accept returns or exchanges on any laptops they sell – even if it is new and dead on arrival. I found out the hard way. I won’t buy from them again.”

    this doesn’t really pass the smell test. DOA? Did you somehow pay cash over the Internet? Never heard of credit card dispute- stopping payment? Easy to do.

  8. @ dance Monkeyboy

    Re, “@ MDmac: “I personally don’t recommend they … buy covers/protectors for their iPhones.”

    when you get around to selling your old iPhone on Ebay, you’ll wish you had. “

    I doubt it.

    Have had my 3G since day one. Got a case with protector. It made it bulkier. It looked ugly. Particularly the covering acetate protector on the front. Threw it out a couple of weeks later and never looked back.

    Although the back has wear, the front is not different than the day I got it.

    As I said, I recommend not to get a cover. Everybody that has taken my advice is happy they listened. Easier to use. And spending 10-20% of the iPhone so it will look better when you put it on eBay is ludicrous.

    In fact, I don’t see any reason to sell it. I’ll pass it down to the kids.

  9. I’ve always found MacMall to be a good place to shop and have been happy with the many items I’ve purchased from them.
    The only caution I have with MacMall (or others) is to be aware that great sale price you see may be on the older model.
    Apple often seems to use places like MacMall to clear out their older models.

  10. @dance Monkeyboy

    I’m so glad you asked. I bought a MacBook Air from Macmall in October ’09. When it arrived, it would not boot up. It was completely dead. So I plugged it in and it booted and I just figured it had lost it’s charge. The next day, I took it to a coffee shop and it was dead again. After a full day of charging and no boot I called Macmall and asked for an exchange. They told me that they do not accept returns or exchanges on any laptops. Period.

    I took it to a local Apple Store and they replaced the battery. It works fine (I’m typing on it now). But I am not impressed with Macmall’s customer service. If I had known about their laptop return policy I would not have purchased from them. Caveat emptor.

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