Black Friday Apple Deals Starting Now: Big Discounts on AirPods, iPad, MacBook Air, etc

Nov 22, 2022 - Leave a Comment

Apple deals at Amazon

The shopping holiday of Black Friday has sort of morphed into a shopping week of discounts and deals from Amazon, and they’re offering some really great discounts on various Apple products. From AirPods, AirTags, MacBook Airs, and iPads, you’re sure to find something for yourself or someone else on your shopping list.

AirTags 4 Pack for $79.99

A four pack of AirTags personal tracking devices are offered at a solid discount from Amazon for $79.99, down 19% from the regular price of $99. These are rarely discounted so if you’ve been on the fence, perhaps now is the time to try out the personal trackers that work with the Find My network.

AirPods Pro starting at $199 (down from $249)

AirPods Pro feature active noise cancellation, head tracking, 6 hours of listening time on a single charge, water resistance, a MagSafe charging case, and much more.

AirPods 2nd gen starting at $89.99 (down from $129)

The entry level AirPods 2nd generation are fantastic wireless earbuds, even if they lack some of the fancier features like active noise cancellation or water resistance of the Pro models and 3rd gen models.

AirPods 3rd gen starting at $139.99 (from $169.99)

AirPods 3rd generation are water and sweat resistant, and a popular choice.

iPad 10.2″ 64GB at 18% off, for $270 (down from $330)

You can get the 10.2″ 9th generation iPad at a nice discount from Amazon:

iPad Mini 6 starting at $399 (down 20% from $499)

Save $100 on the latest generation iPad Mini:

MacBook Air M2 with 512GB SSD for $1349 (Discounted from $1499)

Save $150 on the 512GB model M2 MacBook Air:

Don’t need the storage capacity or performance offered by the 512GB model? You can get the M2 Air with 256GB of storage for an even lower price.

MacBook Air M2 with 256GB SSD for $1049 (Discounted from $1199)

Save $150 on the 256GB model of the M2 Air base model:

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