Jul 12

The Verge reports that Microsoft is planning to drop the prices of its Surface RT tablets by $150. The lower prices, which will go into effect on Sunday July 14, are likely the result of lackluster sales. Microsoft has heavily marketed Windows 8 tablets in recent weeks, incuding 4 anti-apple ads highlight the iPad’s inability to multitask and its lack of built-in productivity software. » Microsoft Slash Surface RT Prices by $150

Jul 02

9to5Mac reports that Apple is likely to launch its annual “Back to School” promotion in the United States and other countries this week. The program offers iTunes Store/App Store gift cards to students who purchase a Mac or iPad, and will also include iPhone purchases this year. » Apple Set To Launch Annual “Back to School” Promotion

May 25

Apple has reduced prices on refurbished models of the iPad mini and fourth-generation iPad, with all models now carrying approximately 15% discounts relative to brand-new units. Apple has also knocked $30 off of the price of its refurbished Thunderbolt and LED Cinema Displays, bringing the prices down to $799 compared to $999 brand-new. » Apple Reduced Prices on Refurbished iPad Mini and iPad 4 Models

Jan 22

Apple has just announced the date of a one day event for Asian countries that is also known as “Red Friday” to celebrate the Chinese new year. On this day Apple will be offering limited time deals on Macs, iPads, iPods, and accessories like the Smart Cover “just like Black Friday”. » Apple’s “Red Friday” Discount Deals for Asian Customers on January 25

Dec 30

9to5mac noted that Apple has taken an additional $50 off the refurbished 2011 Mac mini on its online Certified Refurbished Store. The Intel Core i5 now start at $469 for the 2.3GHz model with 2GB of RAM. » Apple Lowered Refurbished Mac Minis Prices, Now Start At $469

Nov 23

Apple has began its one day Black Friday sales. People in Australia and New Zealand are among the first who can enjoy discount on Apple products. The discount in these countries can be found below.

– iPad with Retina Display. A$ 41.00 Off
– iPad 2. A$ 31 Off
– iPod touch. A$ 31 Off
– iPod touch 4th Generation. A$ 25 Off
– iPod nano. A$ 11 Off
– MacBook Pro with Retina Display. A$ 105 Off
– MacBook Pro. A$105 Off
– MacBook Air. A$105 Off
– Various Accessories

The prices above are for Australian residents, but the discount and prices should be the same in the U.S.. However both Best Buy and MacMall seem to have bigger discounts than Apple.

Jan 26

Giving a little more back to the people who worked so hard to make Apple one of the wealthiest corporations in the world, Cook announced that Apple employees will soon be given $500 discounts on purchases of new Macs and $250 discounts on purchases of a new iPad. According to the sources this discount program will start somewhere in June 2012. » Starting In June Apple Employees Get $500 Off Macs, $250 Off iPads

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