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Apple Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales 2019

Ready to upgrade your Mac, iPad or iPhone this Black Friday?

Black Friday sales have already begun. This year, some of the most attractive discounts on the horizon are Apple’s typically pricey products.

Wondering how to get your iPhone, iPad Pro or MacBook on the cheap this upcoming Black Friday? Or if the Apple Store really the best place to shop for its own products? Don’t worry. We’ve got all the information you’ll need to score a great deal.

Littlewoods Littlewoods

Up to £140 off iPhones!

John Lewis & Partners John Lewis & Partners

£60 off smart iPad keyboard

Ends

Carphone Warehouse Carphone Warehouse

iPhones from £32 per month

WorldSIM WorldSIM

5% off sitewide

Currys PC World Currys PC World

£50 off iPads with Trade Ins!

Debenhams Plus Debenhams Plus
Sale!

Up to 65% off in the Debenhams Plus sale

Buymobiles.net Buymobiles.net

Free wireless charging pad with iPhone 8

Very.co.uk Very.co.uk

iPad Mini 4 from £399

Is Apple participating in Black Friday and Cyber Monday?

You don’t usually see Apple discounting products on Black Friday but they have run sales around the same time. The annoying thing for us is that Apple don’t typically announce details of the sale until it’s about to begin.

But Apple fans have nothing to worry about. There are a great range of retailers who offer discounts on Apple devices as part of their Black Friday sales – including discounted mobile phone contracts with an iPhone, deals on Macbooks, iPads and other Apple devices.

Will there be Black Friday deals on the new Apple iPhone X?

Dubbed the most expensive iPhone ever, the iPhone X retails for anywhere between £999 and £1,149 depending on the colour and storage space you’re looking for. It’s not surprising then, that lots of Apple fans are wondering if they’ll be able to snag any savings on this hot item on Black Friday.

Unfortunately, while Apple hasn’t said anything for sure yet, it is unlikely that you’ll be able to save on the iPhone X, at least during Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

Who sells discounted Apple products on Black Friday and Cyber Monday?

Various retailers, including Amazon, Argos, Currys and Debenhams usually beat Apple to the punch and sell Apple products at a discounted price.

How to save on Apple products on Cyber Monday

Cyber Monday is another huge shopping event for big-ticket electronics, including Apple iPhones, iPads and computers. In years past, we saw the
biggest discounts being offered on older models, saving smaller savings for the latest phones, tablets and laptops.

This year, Apple customers can expect a similar situation. Many of the same iPhone deals you can get on Black Friday are likely to be available throughout Cyber Weekend and into Cyber Monday. Shoppers can also expect iPads, MacBooks, Apple watches and accessories on sale for Cyber Monday from stores like Best Buy, Target, Walmart, Kohl’s and Newegg.

Who else is selling discounted Apple products this Black Friday?

Various retailers, including Amazon, Argos, Currys and Debenhams usually beat Apple to the punch and sell Apple products at a discounted price.

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