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(EXPIRED) Apple Deals at Best Buy (Ad week: 04/15/2018 – 04/21/2018)

Believe it or not, we did not run a Best Buy ad last week since there were not any in their new ad week. This week is different and there are some deals and promotions that we need to talk about. 

Here are the following Apple product deals this week from Best Buy:

  • Save $150 on the iPhone 7 an iPhone 7 Plus
    • With a qualified activation
    • Works with Verizon, AT&T and Sprint customers
  • Save up to $200 on the MacBook Pro
    • An additional $50 off for college students with Best Buy College Student Deals
  • Save a minimum of $70 with trade-in of an eligible Apple Watch
  • Save $6 on the Apple Pencil
  • Select iPhones starting at $9.99
    • With a qualified activation
    • Works with Verizon, AT&T and Sprint customers
  • Save up to $150 on the new Product RED iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus
    • Only works with Sprint customers
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All of these deals will expire on April 21st at midnight. Remember that Best Buy does accept Apple Pay both online and in their retail stores, so if you are looking to use it, you will be able to use it at Best Buy.

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