Apple Black Friday Sale: 2009 Ad Leaked? See The Details (UPDATED, PHOTOS)

Apple Black Friday Sale: 2009 Ad Leaked? See The Deals (PHOTOS)

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UPDATE: Apple has unveiled its 2009 Black Friday sales. See the full listing of deals on the Apple store site here.


There have been rumors swirling about what Apple might offer for its 2009 Black Friday sales, and now Boy Genius Report has gotten a copy of what may be a leaked Apple ad detailing its Black Friday deals.

Boy Genius Report, which previously posted another unconfirmed Black Friday sales ad, notes about the new one (shown below),

We weren't too positive about that last one as it was from a new source, but this new image comes from a pretty credible connect of ours and it seems to be more reasonable.

According to the "leaked" ad, Apple's Black Friday offering could include:

  • iMacs and MacBook Pros from $1098

  • iPod nanos from $138
  • iPod Touch from $178
  • Apple TVs from $208
  • Airport Express from $88
  • Magic Mouse and Wireless Keyboard for $64 each
  • Boy Genius Report writes that these deals are available online only, and not in retail stores.

    See the (unconfirmed) brochure for yourself below.

    Before getting too excited -- and finalizing your shopping list -- keep in mind that BGR previously put up another Apple Black Friday ad, now generally believed to have been false (see it below). TUAW gives the lowdown on why it thinks it's a fake. Their explanation includes the rationale, "Historical precedence shows that Apple usually provides discounts on Black Friday, but not as big as BGR is indicating" and adds, "Apple's probably not going to send out anything with that much blank space at the top of it. They're too picky about design."

    MacRumors also posted a "teaser" that is reportedly being distributed by Apple to raise awareness, especially among international customers, for its Black Friday Sale on November 27, 2009.

    See the ad below:

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