BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--What are the top Black Friday MacBook deals for 2019? Deals experts at Retail Fuse have compared savings on Apple MacBook Pro, Air & 2019 models and are listing the best live deals below.
Best MacBook Air deals:
- Save up to $839 on a wide range of Apple MacBook, MacBook Air & MacBook Pro laptops - check live prices on top-rated 2019 MacBook models at Amazon
- Save up to $200 on the new Apple MacBook Air laptop - save on the 128GB & 256GB Space Gray, Gold & Silver MacBook Air 2019 laptops at Amazon
- Save up to $150 on MacBook Pro, MacBook Air & MacBook laptops - at B&H Photo Video
Best MacBook Pro deals:
- Apple MacBook Pro 16-inch (2019 model) available now at Amazon - Prime delivery available
- Save up to 70% on Apple MacBook Pro laptops at Amazon - save on best-selling MacBook Pro 13-inch & 15-inch models
- Save up to $400 on the new Apple MacBook Pro (13-inch & 15-inch) laptops - at Amazon
Black Friday deals run for a limited period of time. We recommend checking Amazon’s Black Friday deals page and Walmart’s Black Friday home page for their full range of live deals. Retail Fuse earns commissions from purchases made using the links provided.
Apple currently offers two different models of MacBooks on the market today: the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro. Updated mid-2019, the latest MacBook Air features a brilliant Retina display with True Tone technology and the iconic wedge is created from 100 percent recycled aluminum, making it the greenest Mac ever. Meanwhile the entry-level 13-inch MacBook Pro added a Touch Bar with the Touch ID sensor and the Apple T2 Security Chip for added security and gets fully kitted out with an 8th-Gen Intel® Core™ quad-core processor, elevating the Macbook experience to a whole new level of performance and portability.
How do most retailers run Black Friday sales events? Black Friday savings are discounts applied to a wide range of products. For mid-priced electronics products (from $51 to $100), Profitero found Amazon offered an average of 36.1% over Black Friday in their 2016 study.
E-commerce portals continue to receive more traffic than brick-and-mortar stores during Black Friday. In 2018, 41.4 million went online to shop for holiday deals while only 34.7 million visited retail outlets, according to data from the National Retail Federation.
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