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Apple Black Friday Deals 2016: iPad Pro Gets $100 Price Cut - Check iPhone, MacBook and More Product Discounts! [VIDEO]

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Target, Walmart and Best Buy and other retail stores are bringing on iPhone, MacBook and iPad with the best deals. Here's what you need to know to find the best price for Apple devices. 

Apple Black Friday Deals 2016: Best Buy

On Thanksgiving, Best Buy will have its door opened at 5 pm. As officially mentioned, the store will slash the prices of iPad Pro, MacBook Air, iMac and iPhone 7.

Starting off with the 9.7-inch iPad Pro, Best Buy offers the tablet $125 off. The MacBook Air variant gets $200 discount for selected models, MacRumors reported. Other than that, Best Buy offers gift card for iPhone 7 purchase and $160 cheaper iPhone SE with $10 installment each month.

Anyone looking for iMac can get it for $900 as it will be getting $200 off, while the 27-inch Retina 5K iMac will be sold for $1,599.99. Apple Watch series 1 at Best Buy will be sold $50 cheaper on Black Friday.

Apple Black Friday Deals 2016: Target

Target is making Apple products more affordable on Black Friday as buyers get $126 discount for iPad Air 2 variants and $70 off for iPad Mini 2. As for the iPad Pro variant, customers can get it for $499 from its original price $600.

For those who plan to buy Apple TV, Target is offering 25 percent discount for every purchase. The Apple Watch gets price cut and will be sold at $198, according to PCMag.

The store offers iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus for free with selected network plan: Sprint, Verizon, and AT&T.

Target has also listed Xbox One deals ahead of Black Friday. Find out here.

Apple Black Friday Deals 2016: Walmart

Walmart will sell iPhone 5s at a much affordable price $99. For other iPhone variants, customers can receive $250 gift card. The retail store will also offer iPad Mini 2 at $199.

Stay tuned for more updates on Black Friday deals 2016!

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