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The top Apple TV Black Friday deals live in Australia


Don't pay full price on an Apple TV when there are Black Friday discounts to be found.

It's come a long way since it was deemed a "hobby product" by the late Steve Jobs, but the Apple TV is still one of the best ways to turn your television into a streaming powerhouse. Apple, however, is notorious for not discounting the price of its products during sale events like Black Friday, so it's a pleasant surprise that you can get yourself one of the streaming boxes for less than full price.

Don't expect massive, double digit savings though. Apple didn't become one of the most valuable businesses in the world by sacrificing its profit margin. With such rare discounts, expect people to take this opportunity to buy a TV, meaning stocks won't last!

Best Apple TV Black Friday 2020 deals

  • If you don't want to pay full price for your Apple TV, you need to head to Catch this Black Friday. The 4th generation Apple TV model, which only streams in HD, is available for $198, a 5.26% discount on the $209 RRP.
  • Catch also has the 4K version of the Apple TV discounted during this year's Black Friday event. The 32GB version has been cut from $249 to $236, while the 64GB version has been cut from $279 to $265.
  • If those discounts don't quite get you excited, it's worth noting that Apple itself is offering a $70 Apple Store gift card with the purchase of an Apple TV HD or an Apple TV 4K. While that's not really going to save you money in the short term, you could use the gift card towards a streaming subscription, ultimately saving you money in the long run.

Because Black Friday is a huge sale event that will run across the next four days, you may want to consider even more savings. We've rounded up some of the best Black Friday TV deals, as well as the best Black Friday speaker deals, so you can completely overhaul your home entertainment setup at a fraction of the price.

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