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Apple on Black Friday: It's all in the cards

29 November 2013 | 4:56 pm Apple doesn't really do sales. It certainly doesn't try to compete with other electronics retailers in slashing its prices on the day after Thanksgiving. But that's not to say it doesn't get into a little bit of Black Friday mania . On its online store as well as at its real-world retail outlets on Friday, Apple was offering Apple Store gift cards to buyers of Macs, iPads, and iPods. If you buy … http://www.macworld.com/article/2066995/apple-on-black-friday-its-all-in-the-cards.html

Apple favors gift cards over discounts for Black Friday

29 November 2013 | 4:40 pm In an unusual twist that goes against its traditional Black Friday plans, Apple is offering gift cards up to $150 instead of straight product discounts. [Read more] http://cnet.com.feedsportal.com/c/34938/f/645093/s/343f8cb1/sc/15/l/0Lreviews0Bcnet0N0C830A10E352640I70E576140A540Capple0Efavors0Egift0Ecards0Eover0Ediscounts0Efor0Eblack0Efriday0C0Dpart0Frss0Gsubj0Fnews0Gtag0Ftitle/story01.htm

Apple's Black Friday special: Gift cards

29 November 2013 | 2:43 pm It's a recent Thanksgiving custom as traditional as turkey, stuffing or collapsing on the couch while watching NFL football: the Apple Store's annual announcement of Black Friday discounts. http://www.cnn.com/2013/11/28/tech/gaming-gadgets/apple-store-black-friday-gift-cards/index.html?eref=rss_mostpopular

Punching In: The Unauthorized Adventures of a Front-Line Employee (Hardcover) tagged “apple store” 4 times

27 March 2008 | 3:50 pm Punching In: The Unauthorized Adventures of a Front-Line Employee Punching In: The Unauthorized Adventures of a Front-Line Employee (Hardcover)By Alex Frankel 116 used and new from $0.01 Customer Rating: 3.7 Customer tags: retail(5), enterprise(4), apple store(4), employee retention(4), retailing(4), apple(3), employment(3), alex frankel(3), gap(3), punching in(2), 0060849665, 9780060849665 http://www.amazon.com/Punching-In-Unauthorized-Adventures-Front-Line/dp/0060849665?tag=cclub-20

Apple Store Black Friday Sales: iPad Deals + Best Bet for Power Users

29 November 2013 | 4:16 pm The Apple Store Black Friday sales are here with gift cards. A better deal than Walmart or Best Buy for users who want high end MacBooks and to avoid lines. http://www.gottabemobile.com/2013/11/29/apple-store-black-friday-sales-ipad-deals-best-bet-power-users/

Black Friday App Store sale guide: The best deals on iPhone, iPad …

29 November 2013 | 4:10 pm If you're looking for some great apps to spend those iTunes gift cards this holiday weekend (currently 20% off on 9to5Toys), below we've put together the best App Store apps discounted for Black Friday. Like our roundup  http://9to5mac.com/2013/11/29/black-friday-app-store-sale-guide-the-best-deals-on-iphone-ipad-and-mac-apps-2/

Apple's Black Friday Sales Begin Launching Internationally with Gift …

28 November 2013 | 4:26 pm Apple's online stores for several countries including Australia and New Zealand have launched their Black Friday one-day shopping events, also… http://www.macrumors.com/2013/11/28/apples-black-friday-sales-begin-launching-internationally-with-gift-card-deals/

$100 App Store Gift Card Back To School iBookstore Apple Mac Apps

30 November 2013 | 12:57 am $90.00
End Date: Sunday Dec-29-2013 11:02:35 PST
Buy It Now for only: $90.00
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Apple APP Store $100 Gift card

29 November 2013 | 11:50 pm $60.00 (0 Bids)
End Date: Friday Dec-6-2013 9:50:11 PST
Buy It Now for only: $90.00
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Apple Store Gift Card, $467.00 Value

29 November 2013 | 11:48 pm $420.00 (1 Bid)
End Date: Friday Dec-6-2013 9:48:19 PST
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$100 Apple Gift Card (iTunes Store, App Store, iBookstore, and Mac App Store)

29 November 2013 | 11:16 pm $99.00
End Date: Sunday Dec-29-2013 9:16:22 PST
Buy It Now for only: $99.00
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Apple I-tunes/App Store Gift Card $100 FREE and FAST SHIPPING!

29 November 2013 | 11:02 pm $21.50 (4 Bids)
End Date: Monday Dec-2-2013 9:02:39 PST
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8 Responses to Apple Store

  • Where Do I Return Broken Apple Products? I bought an apple earpods and it is broken. Under the australian consumerism law i can. Return it with in a year. It says in the waranty. I bought it on an electronic store. Not from apple so what do i do? Do i go to the store where i got it or the apple store?

  • Anna says:

    What Bath And Body Works Fragrances Do You Recommend? I like the smell of cotton candy, peppermint, cinnamon, and vanilla (Basically think of sweet treats/foods). I hate really “tangy” or weird smells, and also I don’t like it if the scent is too strong (they give me a headache). I was looking and I thought maybe Twisted Peppermint? If you’ve tried it, can you describe it? I need an answer and I can’t go sniffing at the store right now. What are your favorite fragrances? Also, what about Vanilla Bean Noel, Winter Candy Apple, and Sweat Pea? What are your favorite B&BW products?

    Thanks! 🙂

  • I like food says:

    Iphone 5c, Moto X, Or Samsung Galaxy S4? Ok so i have an iPhone 4s. the other day, half of my front screen cracked. i had the phone for less than a year and a friend told me that if you do than they’ll replace it for free. i have verizon for my carrier and they would replace it for $169 but with all the side stuff it would be $200. so i went to the apple store and they told me that they can replace it for $200 since apple care wasn’t offered to me through verizon when i got the phone. my grandfather has a flip phone so he doesnt have a data package but he has an upgrade i can use. so they offered me the 5c for $99. i liked my iphone but after having an iPod 2 years before that i was sick of the iphone and its layout. i want to try something else and i was thinking about the moto x or the samsung galaxy s4 but i’ve only had iphones so im not sure about the quality. any suggestions or tips on what to get?

  • Royal Court: What Is This App? It’s available in the apple app store (not sure about other devices) and requires membership and a professional photo submission to apply..

    what exactly is it?

  • Jane says:

    Daughters Christmas Present? She’s a very, very hard girl to understand. She is 15 years old, here are some things she likes. Reading/writing, music, clothing, photography. Here is what is on her wishlist so far. Clothes, converse, beanies, jewelry, vans, combat boots, a longboard (what even is that?) , an acoustic guitar, makeup, hair product, perfume and lotion, sweaters, a Polaroid camera, a canon camera, a drugrug ?????¿?¿¿? An Apple Mac, a rubix cube, a dreamcatcher, a lava lamp, waterfall speackers, wreck this journal, star light lamp, (cute) pillows, and books? I don’t even know what books to get? Based on what I’ve told you about her? This is a mothers desperate cry for help! I never get it right with her. I want to impress her this year (:

    • Curator says:

      That’s a pretty extensive list with things for about every price range. It sounds like she’s very creative, and I usually like to focus on gifts that help people do things they love. For that I’d focus on things like the cameras, guitar and journal, depending on the budget.

      I’ve never heard of a Wreck This Journal before, but it sounds pretty cool: http://www.amazon.com/Wreck-This-Journal-Black-Expanded/dp/0399161945 . I’d definitely go with that and possibly add a more traditional blank journal, like a Moleskine (there are several sizes, ruled and blank, but here’s one: http://www.amazon.com/Moleskine-Classic-Notebook-Large-Notebooks/dp/8883707206 . I’d get the soft cover).

      Going up in price, there are the cameras. I’m surprised teens still like Polaroids and even more surprised at some of the prices ($80-270). Then there’s the Canon. Do you know if she wants a compact or a full SLR? (If that’s unclear, compacts are usually the all in one pocketable cameras while SLRs are large and take different lenses. Prices here are around $200 to a couple thousand. The Canon Rebels, which are their “entry level” digital SLRs are around $500-$800 depending on the lens option. Does she currently have a camera and/or has done photography much? I think if you’re going to go this route you should talk with her to get a better idea of what she wants. If possible, take her to a good camera store to look at some of the options so she can examine them and see and better explain what she likes, that’s especially true if she wants an SLR or other fairly expensive camera.

      Okay, guitars. The good news is that there are a lot available at all price ranges, the bad news is it can be confusing. It’s also a good idea to consider her size when shopping. For instance, most people equate an acoustic with a “dreadnought” body style, which is fairly large and has the “boom chuck” sound often used in country music. However, smaller, more figure 8 guitars like the 000/00/Folk sizes tend to be easier to hold, especially when sitting and have a more balanced sound. If you’re considering this I suggest also deciding on a budget and going from there. also, if you have a good guitar shop in your area, preferably one that focuses on acoustics and offers private lessons, then it’s a good idea to take her there and have her hold are get a feel for different guitars. She may even be able to have the salesperson or maybe a friend play some for her. For what to look for, it depends on the range, but one that’s always impressed me is the Seagull, like this: http://elderly.com/new_instruments/names/seagull-entourage-rustic-mini-jumbo–SERMJ.htm .

      One caveat about music stores. You may want to do some research and/or ask around for recommendations. My concern is that some shops are fantastic and run by great, helpful people who want to help you chose the best for the budget, while others are miserable places run by people who will price gouge parents. So if you can do a little reseach and know some prices beforehand. Or maybe be ready to doublecheck things at places like Elderly (the link above) and davesguitar.com (both of those are excellent, independent stores which also sell on the Internet. If you happen to live near one they’d be great places to go).

      Okay, so I know taking her to a camera or music store might take the gleam off the Christmas morning surprise, but for things that expensive and personal (they are essentially creative tools) it’s best to have her help decide what she wants.

      Finally, as for books there are e-readers like the Amazon Kindle and/or e-reader apps for computers and tablets, if she’d be interested in that. The upside is that there are many classics in the public domain that are available for free at sites like Gutenberg.org.

      Anyway, I’ve written quite a bit, but I hope something in there is helpful. But remember being very, very hard to understand is generally normal for a 15 year old.

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