Updated 06:22 AM EST, Sun, Dec 05, 2021

Black Friday 2014 Sales, Deals, Ads: Best Buy Discounts iPads, iPhones, Macs

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Black Friday could come sooner than ever as retailers continue popping ads for massive sales on the said holiday. This time, Best Buy has unveiled a preview of its deals.

The store opens its doors at 5 p.m. on Thanksgiving and closes at 1 a.m. on Black Friday. The retailer's official site said that tickets are handed out up to two hours before store opening, which should be around 3 p.m. on Nov. 27.

According to MacRumors, Best Buy is offering discounts for all iPad Air 2 models, one of the latest tablets from Apple. The 16 GB Wi-Fi version of the tablet is said to be priced at $399.

Meanwhile, the iPad Mini 3 will start at $324.99. BGR noted that a $100-slash for all iPad Air 2 storage versions and a $75-slash for all iPad Mini 3 storage versions are offered by Best Buy.

Those eyeing the iPhone 6 could get the 16 GB model for $99.99 under AT&T, Sprint and Verizon contracts, wrote International Business Times. The outlet added that shoppers can also use Best Buy's smartphone trade-in gift cards to avail items.

Best Buy also laid out discounts for iMacs and Macbooks. Apple's 11-inch Macbook Air will come at $779.99 as a Friday doorbuster, said ZDNet. The 13-inch version with 256 GB SSD will retail for $1,049.99 -- $150 off the regular price.

The 13-inch, Retina-packed Macbook Pro also takes $150 off, getting a discounted price of $1,349.99. Meanwhile, the non-Retina Display version is priced at $899.99, getting a $200-slash.

Also getting a $200-price cut is the 21-inch iMac, which will retail for $899.99. Its 27-inch model, on the other hand, is priced at $1,649.99 under a $150-cut.

Other Apple devices on sale include the Apple TV for $89 16 GB-5th generation iPod Touch for $149, a $100 iTunes gift card for $85 and a number of third-party accessories, as reported by MacRumors.

Like Apple, Samsung products are also slated for discounts at Best Buy. IBT took note of the latest flagship in the Korean tech giant's S-line, the Galaxy S5, to retail for $1 under AT&T, Sprint or Verizon contracts -- which takes $198.99 off.

The metal-furnished Galaxy Note 4 will be sold for $0 down among qualified buyers, including a $50 Best Buy gift card.

The 16 GB, 10.5-inch Galaxy Tab S gets a $100 slash, retailing for $399.99. Finally, Best Buy offers the 16 GB Galaxy Tab Pro for $199.99 under a $100 price cut.

BGR also reported of game bundles from Best Buy which includes the $70-off Xbox One "Assassin's Creed: Unity" for $329.99. The same bundle with Kinect and free extra Xbox One controller is priced for $429.99, also $70 off the regular price.

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