The Consumer Post compare the best Black Friday MacBook deals of 2019 and identify savings on Apple MacBook Pro & MacBook Air laptops
Looking for the best Apple MacBook Black Friday 2019 deals? Money saving experts at The Consumer Post have identified the top Black Friday MacBook Pro & Air laptop deals for 2019. Find them listed below.
Best MacBook 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 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
- 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
- Apple MacBook Pro 16-inch (2019 model) available now at Amazon
Best Apple deals:
- Save up to $400 on a wide range of Apple iPhones, AirPods, iPads & Apple Watches at Walmart
- Save up to 40% on a wide range of Apple iPads at Walmart
- Save up to 80% off on Apple Watch Series 5, Apple iPad (7th Gen) & iPhone 11, XS, XR & more - live deals available at Sprint.com on a wide range of Apple gadgets
- Save up to $839 on Apple Watches, iPhones, iPads, MacBooks, AirPods and more Apple devices at Amazon
- Save up to $50 on the new Apple Mac Mini - click the link for the latest live deals on Mac Pro computers at Amazon
Black Friday deals are time sensitive. For the full range of live deals check out Amazon’s Black Friday deals page and Walmart’s Black Friday home page. The Consumer Post earns commissions from purchases made using the links provided.
Since its debut in 2006, Apple has released a number of MacBook models that continue to increase in speed and performance without sacrificing portability. Apple users can choose from the 15-inch and 13-inch MacBook Pro and most recently released 2019 13-inch MacBook Air. Some upgrades from the 2018 MacBook Air include a faster dual-core Intel Core i5 processor and better battery life, among others.
Is there a reason Black Friday is called Black Friday? One theory is that retailers see improved sales during the holiday sales and go ‘into the black’ which has given rise to the name "Black Friday".
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