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Apple after-Thanksgiving sale prices

While no iPods are on sale today, Apple has discounted a number iPod accessories as part of its annual after-Thanskgiving sale.

Several speaker systems and earphones are on sale, including: JBL On Stage ($118; $30 off), JBL On Stage II with Remote ($138; $30 off), JBL Creature II Speakers ($78; $20 off), Shure E5C Earphones ($398; $100 off), Shure E4C Earphones ($238; $60 off), Shure E3C Earphones ($138; $40 off), and Shure E2C Earphones ($78; $20 off).

Apple has also temporarily cut prices on select iPod nano cases and iPod car accessories. Sales include: Incase iPod nano Neoprene Sleeve ($14; $5 off), Nike Sport Armband ($34; $5 off), Apple iPod nano Armband ($24; $5 off), Apple iPod nano Lanyard Headphones ($34; $5 off), Monster iCarPlay FM Transmitter ($58; $20 off), Griffin RoadTrip FM Transmitter and Charger ($58; $20 off) XtremeMac Car Charger ($14; $5 off), and Monster iCarPlay Cassette Adapter ($14; $5 off).

In addition, Apple has taken $100 off both its iMac and iBook, and is offering several discounted Mac accessories.

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Is the charger included wen you buy an ipod?

Posted by Robby on November 25, 2005 at 3:04 PM (CST)


Nope. You must now buy the Power Adaptor seperatly for $29.

Posted by nathan on November 25, 2005 at 3:53 PM (CST)


I know we don’t celebrate Thanksgiving in England, But Apple could of at least have a sale in the UK store as well.

Posted by tom on November 25, 2005 at 5:01 PM (CST)


The taking off $100 from the iBooks and iMacs can only mean that Apple is planning to replace them with Intel models in January. Remember the discount on iPods over the summer? Education customers got $179 rebates on iPods and iPod minis (essentially, free 4GB models), right before the nano was introduced.

Posted by LukeA on November 25, 2005 at 5:05 PM (CST)


If anyone cares you can get JBL Encounters at Best Buy (At least mine…) for the same price as those discounted Creatures.  People say they sound the same and I don’t know, but just letting you know.

Posted by papayaninja on November 25, 2005 at 7:14 PM (CST)


Its a shame no iPods are on special this year.  Last year I gifted a couple because of the discount….......

Posted by jwc110869 on November 25, 2005 at 10:32 PM (CST)


5Gs were indeed the popular item at the local Apple store from what I saw at their front counter when we stopped by to shop for a case for my wife’s forthcoming white 60GB (I told her she didn’t need to order one off of Apple’s website today…but would she listen? Apparently not…). It was as if the nano was completely forgotten about by consumers, at least around here. The way the staff were restocking the counter behind the registers, I’d say the 5G was most definitely THE hot item. If only Microsoft could have learned a lesson or two from this in how they’re shipping out the 360…total nimrods.  Then again, considering the reports of failing 360s…maybe it’s ultimately a GOOD thing my 360 didn’t make it in with the first batch, but I digress…

It does seem that locally here in Seattle, the impact of video capability seems to be swaying people into choosing the bigger iPod (though perhaps the fact that it’s only 50 bucks more for 24GB of additional storage and a lot bigger and better looking LCD, might be an influence as well).

Posted by flatline response on November 26, 2005 at 3:31 AM (CST)


For those of you interested in the iPod nano, here’s an iPod nano conga line:

Hopefully, you all can get your iPod nanos faster this way. =)

Posted by pubknight on November 26, 2005 at 5:45 AM (CST)


I must agree with Tom. I saw the US Apple Stores sales yesterday, i went green with envy :(

.Mac accounts, headphones, Airport Express <<all things i would have bought.

Maybe a Boxing Day sale for us then Tom, eh?

Posted by nathan on November 26, 2005 at 8:10 AM (CST)


After Thanksgiving day sales have nothing to do with Thanksgiving—it’s all about kicking off the holiday season.  So it’s not really as much of an American thing as people think, except for the rampant, riot-inducing consumerism.

Posted by Anna on November 26, 2005 at 9:49 AM (CST)


Nothing like watching hordes of people literally trampling one another to get into a frickin’ WALMART to make you wish for the apocolypse.

Posted by Hrothgar on November 26, 2005 at 3:33 PM (CST)


are ipods cool?

Posted by justin on November 26, 2005 at 5:43 PM (CST)


when are the ipods going to be on sale?        (the ipod, not accessories]

Posted by justin on November 26, 2005 at 5:46 PM (CST)


My guess is?
Never, or at least, not until they release new ones.

Posted by Anna on November 26, 2005 at 7:30 PM (CST)


...except for the rampant, riot-inducing consumerism

You mean that alone doesn’t induce rampant flag-waving of Old Glory? I thought we were ALL about consumerism, being the materialistic capitalistic pigs that we supposedly are.

This is a most fascinating revelation, this…er…wait a sec…excuse me while I go stomp on that guy in line for grabbing that last Le Cheapo $9.99 TV set that had MY name on it…

Posted by flatline response on November 27, 2005 at 2:37 AM (CST)


Did anyone buy a nano recently?  Is it actually true that they are including those cheap white cases with them?  It was all over the net, but everyone had gotten it from the same guy who posted pics on this site.

Posted by adel on November 27, 2005 at 12:22 PM (CST)


k,will ipod nanos ever go on sale? like come on its like there holding them hostage!

Posted by Kelsey on December 7, 2005 at 5:34 PM (CST)


Nice site!

Posted by Macho on May 11, 2006 at 11:22 PM (CDT)


i think ipod’s should go on sale because fuck there to expensive

Posted by Silvia on November 22, 2006 at 5:53 PM (CST)

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