B&H offers early holiday deals on a slew of Apple products: Save up to $700 on Mac, iPad, Apple Watch, and more

B&H Exclusive Holiday Deals on Apple Products

B&H is offering exclusive early holiday deals on a slew of Apple products in which consumers can save up to $700 on Mac, iPad, Apple Watch, and more. These deals expire on Saturday, November 23rd.

Deals include:

MacBook Pro 13.3″ (Mid 2019)
• 128, 256, 512GB, 1 or 2TB (Grey or Silver)
• Instant Savings: Up to $200
• Starting At: $1,199

MacBook Air 13.3″ (Mid 2019)
• 128, 256, 512GB or 1TB (Grey, Gold or Silver)
• Instant Savings: Up to $150
• Starting At: $999

MacBook Pro 15.4″ (Mid 2019)
• 256, 512GB or 1TB (Grey or Silver)
• Instant Savings: Up to $400
• Starting At: $1,999

iPad 10.2″ (Late 2019)
• 32GB or 128GB (Grey, Gold or Silver)
• Instant Savings: $30
• Starting At: $299

iPad Pro 12.9″ (Late 2018)
• 64, 256, 512GB or 1TB (Grey or Silver)
• Instant Savings: Up to $120
• Starting At: $929

iPad Pro 11″ (Late 2018)
• 64, 256, 512GB or 1TB (Grey or Silver)
• Instant Savings: Up to $120
• Starting At: $749

iMac 27″ (Mid 2017)
• Core i5 | 8GB | 1TB or 2TB | 5K
• Instant Savings: Up to $700
• Starting At: $1,349

Apple 21.5″ iMac with Retina 4K Display (Mid 2017)
• Reg Price:$1,499
• Instant Savings: $470
• You Pay: $1,029

iMac 21.5″ (Early 2019)
• 256, 512GB or 1TB | 4K
• Instant Savings: Up to $120
• Starting At: $1,199

iMac 27″ (Early 2019)
• 256, 512GB, 1 or 2TB | 5K
• Instant Savings: Up to $250
• Stating At: $1,649

Apple 27″ iMac Pro with Retina 5K Display (Late 2017)
• 32GB of DDR4 RAM | 1TB SSD
• Reg Price:$4,999
• Instant Savings: $500
• You Pay: $4,499

Mac mini (Late 2018)
• 128, 256, 512GB or 1TB
• Instant Savings: up to $200
• Starting At: $719

Apple Watch Series 5
• Instant Savings: Up to $50
• Starting At: $384

Beats by Dr. Dre Headphones & Earphones
• Instant Savings: Up to $120
• Starting At: $44.95

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  1. Very impressed to see they are offering some custom options too. For example they offer i7 processors for the Mac Mini. But alias the configuration I want is not offered i7, 2TB SSD, and 16 Gb of ram. (I feel comfortable enough upgrading the memory on my own in the future. I upgraded the 1 TB HDD on my 2012 Mac Mini to a 2 TB SSD.) Fortunately Apple offers some good discounts to the employees of the company for which I work.

  2. Back in late Sept this year, B&H offered a $350.00 discount for a 2019 iMac spec to my wishes. Apple was willing to offer a trade in value of $350.00 for my 27″ late 2012 iMac for the new computer purchase of the same spec. I decided to go the B&H route and still have my physical 2012 iMac while still receiving the same $350.00 value of trade in offered by Apple.

    I was going to put it on Paypal credit but I needed to make a payment and it post to give me breathing room to make this computer purchase with B&H.

    The B&H $350.00 Special was posted to end 11:59 pm on 9/25. On the morning of 9/24 when I checked Paypal, the B&H Special was still there. At lunch time, it was gone. Then later in the day, B&H put forth a new so called “Special” for the same spec iMac. They still said they were going to offer the $350.00 discount, however, they raised the price of the Apple MSRP by $200.00. Yep, that iMac that listed on Apple’s website as $3449.00, was listed on B&H, or should I now say, B&S website as $3649.00 with no further value added to the purchase justifying the price increase, thus making the $350.00 discount they were claiming to offer you, really just $150.00. That special pricing was set to expire by B&S at 11:59 pm on 9/25, but B&S didn’t honor that expiration date as well. And they brought the MSRP back down $200.00 after less then 24 hours and the item was listed at $3449.00, same as found on Apple’s website, but again with no discount and it hadn’t reached the time and date of expiration, again.

    I’m not saying to boycott B&S. No. The products they have are legit, but apparently their special pricing, not necessarily. So, if you see something on special at B&S and you want it and you need it, then jump on it then and there and make the purchase before B&S decides to pull these shady scummy business practices again.

    1. Lesson is that you buy what you want when the price is right, I bought a 2015 13″ Macbook Pro with 16GB of RAM for $1250 a few years ago on B&H. I saw a 2015 15″ Macbook Pro for $1500 there a year ago but it was gone in a snap. Sounds like a $3000+ iMac is probably more computer than you need if you can barely afford it, maybe you dodged a bullet and should look at something refurbished or previous gen.

      1. If you were a product of the public education system, you certainly are an indictment of the public education system as your reading comprehension needs vast improvement. What does your statement of two different sizes of the 2015 MBP at two different prices on sale at B&H years apart have anything to do with the fact that it wasn’t me who chose the product in question. It wasn’t me that decided the dollar amount to discount. It also, wasn’t me who listed the terms of the date and time the discount expired. That was all on B&H. The fact that B&H didn’t honor what they initially set out was what I was protesting to them and writing to enlighten others. Shoddy business practices is shoddy business practice no matter who does it.

        Kind of like when Steve Jobs introduced the original Apple iPhone and gave the list price. Early adopters bought at that price but a few months in, Apple reduced the price by a couple of hundred of dollars. It infuriated those that bought at the higher price just days and weeks earlier and rightfully so as it was not next years model with new features and lower priced internals. It was the same phone being marked down, probably, and this is just a hunch, sales were not meeting expectations. However, still, I even posted on ThinkSecret or MacRumors, can’t remember, but posted that the price reduction so soon was not right and I had no dog in that fight, as an iPhone purchase was not on my shopping list. But again, shoddy business practice is shoddy business practice. At least Steve Jobs and Apple issued an apology letter and to atone to early adopters, gave a $100.00 gift card to be used in Apple stores.

        Nick you said, “Sounds like a $3000+ iMac is probably more computer than you need if you can barely afford it,” A bold assumption on your part as you do not know me, my financial state, or what type of computer I need. And we all know what happens when you assume! I was going to buy from B&H as “the price was right” as you say, when B&H’s discount was matching Apple’s discount trade in price. I was not griping about the price, as I still could have had the same pricing scenario by trading in my old iMac to Apple for the new iMac at the same discount price B&H was offering with their same dollar amount discount they were fast and loose with.

        However, are you saying that you would be commenting to all those early adopter iPhone buyers posting comments about their iPhone purchase price after Apple reduced the price a couple of hundred of dollars by telling them that it sounds like the iPhone is more phone then they need? If they complained about the abrupt price reduction of the same product being sold in the same product cycle would you have told them that it sounds like they can barely afford it. Would that be your implications Nick?!?

        Regarding your reading comprehension and applying your two cents, please, at least make sure there is some shred of compatibility. In other words, next time Nick, Try Harder.

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