Our Black Friday 2021 coverage continues with the best deals you can find on MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iMac, and Mac mini today. As with all Black Friday deals, we aren’t sure how long any of these will last, and prices are always fluctuating, so if you see something you want, be sure to buy it soon.
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If you’re looking for something other than Macs, be sure to visit our Black Friday 2021 Roundup for all of the best deals and discounts happening today.
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13-inch MacBook Pro (Late 2020)
14-inch MacBook Pro (2021)
- 8-Core M1 Pro 512GB – $1,949.00 at Amazon ($50 off)
- 10-Core M1 Pro 1TB – $2,449.00 at Amazon ($50 off)
13-inch MacBook Air (2020)
21.5-inch iMac (Mid 2020)
- 2.3GHz, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD – $949.00 at Amazon ($150 off)
27-inch Retina iMac (Mid 2020)
- 3.1GHz 6-Core, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD – $1,699.00 at Amazon ($100 off)
24-inch Retina iMac (2021)
- M1 Chip w/ 7-Core GPU, 256GB – $1,249.00 at Amazon ($50 off)
- M1 Chip w/ 8-Core GPU, 256GB – $1,449.99 at Amazon ($49 off)
- M1 Chip w/ 8-Core GPU, 512GB – $1,649.99 at Amazon ($49 off)
M1 Mac mini (Late 2020)
- M1 512GB – $749.99 at Amazon ($149 off, lowest ever)
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