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 Apple's Black Friday Discounts Exclude iPhone And The Retina Mini
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Message Text: Apple's Black Friday deals for this year not actual discounts but only gift cards for iPads and the MacBook Pro.

Apple is offering gift cards for every iPad except the Retina mini but no discounts for iPhones, and there are no discounts in the Asian countries except Australia.

Apple store does not include any presents on the iPhones and the Retina mini.

Below you see the gift card amounts in the U.S:

iPad Air: $75
iPad 2: $50
iPad mini: $50
iPod Touch: $50
MacBook Air: $150
MacBook Pro: $150
iMac: $150
iPod Touch: $50
iPod nano: $25

Typically, gift cards helps Apple sell other products, such as accessories.

Some miscellaneous Apple products are also being offered with gift cards, ranging from the Apple TV ($25 card) to the AirPort Extreme and 2TB AirPort Time Capsule ($50).

Third-party accessories that Apple will sell with 25$ gift cards i the Nike+ FuelBand SE, Powerbeats by Dr. Dre headphones, and Mophie Juice Pack Air iPhone 5 battery case. Purchases of such items as the second-generation Nest Learning Thermostat, GoPro HERO3+ camera, and Beats by Dr. Dre Studio headphones will come with a $50 card. Buying the $499.95 Bowers & Wilkins A5 AirPlay wireless music system nets you a $75 gift card.

In the U.K., Apple is actually offering some real discounts of up to £81 on the latest iMac or MacBook models and £31 off of the iPad Air.


 
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