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Apple Canada Prices Now Match the USA for MacBook Air, Mac Mini, iMac

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Along with today’s significant hardware and software releases by Apple, something else has changed for better. Canadian Apple Store pricing has now matched Apple USA for the Macbook Air, Mac mini, and iMac. OS X Lion is also priced the same as well, at $29. The screenshots below show the same prices for the following hardware:

MacBook Air: USA vs Canada, Prices Start at $999

Mac Mini: USA vs Canada, Prices Start at $599

iMac: USA vs Canada, Prices Start at $1199

Previously, the disparity between prices would range from $100-300 for Canadians, but given the strong Canadian dollar we now can benefit from paying the same for hardware. The popular MacBook Pro, Mac Pro, iPods, Apple TV, iPad, and accessories still slightly more expensive in the USA. Great news for Canada.

Thanks to @RobinGambin for the tip!

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  • Hammy

    Now shave the extra 20 bucks off the iPads, ya cash-grabbin’ @#$%ers!

  • Hammy

    Now shave the extra 20 bucks off the iPads, ya cash-grabbin’ @#$%ers!

  • Hammy

    Now shave the extra 20 bucks off the iPads, ya cash-grabbin’ @#$%ers!

  • Hammy

    Now shave the extra 20 bucks off the iPads, ya cash-grabbin’ @#$%ers!

  • Anonymous

    Glad to see all the prices pre-tax are identical. Our should be cheaper by 100, since our dollar is that much stronger.

  • Anonymous

    Glad to see all the prices pre-tax are identical. Our should be cheaper by 100, since our dollar is that much stronger.

  • Anonymous

    Glad to see all the prices pre-tax are identical. Our should be cheaper by 100, since our dollar is that much stronger.

  • Anonymous

    Glad to see all the prices pre-tax are identical. Our should be cheaper by 100, since our dollar is that much stronger.

  • Anonymous

    Glad to see all the prices pre-tax are identical. Our should be cheaper by 100, since our dollar is that much stronger.

  • Anonymous

    Wasn’t the Air always $999…

  • Mr. Speedy

    It was $1,050 in Canada

  • Mr. Speedy

    It was $1,050 in Canada

  • Mr. Speedy

    It was $1,050 in Canada

  • Mr. Speedy

    It was $1,050 in Canada

  • Mr. Speedy

    It was $1,050 in Canada

  • Kevlaf

    what about the rest, Apple TV 119$ vs 99$, iPad 2 519$ vs 499$,… and so on…

  • Kevlaf

    what about the rest, Apple TV 119$ vs 99$, iPad 2 519$ vs 499$,… and so on…

  • Kevlaf

    what about the rest, Apple TV 119$ vs 99$, iPad 2 519$ vs 499$,… and so on…

  • Kevlaf

    what about the rest, Apple TV 119$ vs 99$, iPad 2 519$ vs 499$,… and so on…

  • What’s more interesting is that the lowly Macbook is gone..

  • What’s more interesting is that the lowly Macbook is gone..

  • What’s more interesting is that the lowly Macbook is gone..

  • What’s more interesting is that the lowly Macbook is gone..

  • Anonymous

    Your dreaming, just to be on par is good enough. I mean as Canadians we just like to pay more for everything, gas, food and so on. Just to get on par is good enough.

  • Anonymous

    Your dreaming, just to be on par is good enough. I mean as Canadians we just like to pay more for everything, gas, food and so on. Just to get on par is good enough.

  • Anonymous

    Your dreaming, just to be on par is good enough. I mean as Canadians we just like to pay more for everything, gas, food and so on. Just to get on par is good enough.

  • Anonymous

    A drop in the ocean of the general rip off of Canadians. We canucks get it up the a$$ with our loony at par.

  • Anonymous

    A drop in the ocean of the general rip off of Canadians. We canucks get it up the a$$ with our loony at par.

  • Peter Michael

    it is still cheaper in the US since their dollar is less…

  • Sam

    Why not the MacBook Pros!?

  • Ned

    You wrote ” The popular MacBook Pro, Mac Pro, iPods, Apple TV, iPad, and accessories still slightly more expensive in the USA. Great news for Canada.”

    Backwards perhaps?  These systems are still more expensive to Canada.  It’s cheaper to buy them in the US.  However, one could argue the cost of fuel to get to the US for most Canadian border towns, might be around $30 – $50 anyhow…

    Maybe we should remember this math the next time we price Back Bacon to the US.

  • Ned

    You wrote ” The popular MacBook Pro, Mac Pro, iPods, Apple TV, iPad, and accessories still slightly more expensive in the USA. Great news for Canada.”

    Backwards perhaps?  These systems are still more expensive to Canada.  It’s cheaper to buy them in the US.  However, one could argue the cost of fuel to get to the US for most Canadian border towns, might be around $30 – $50 anyhow…

    Maybe we should remember this math the next time we price Back Bacon to the US.

  • Ned

    You wrote ” The popular MacBook Pro, Mac Pro, iPods, Apple TV, iPad, and accessories still slightly more expensive in the USA. Great news for Canada.”

    Backwards perhaps?  These systems are still more expensive to Canada.  It’s cheaper to buy them in the US.  However, one could argue the cost of fuel to get to the US for most Canadian border towns, might be around $30 – $50 anyhow…

    Maybe we should remember this math the next time we price Back Bacon to the US.

  • Ned

    You wrote ” The popular MacBook Pro, Mac Pro, iPods, Apple TV, iPad, and accessories still slightly more expensive in the USA. Great news for Canada.”

    Backwards perhaps?  These systems are still more expensive to Canada.  It’s cheaper to buy them in the US.  However, one could argue the cost of fuel to get to the US for most Canadian border towns, might be around $30 – $50 anyhow…

    Maybe we should remember this math the next time we price Back Bacon to the US.

  • Weaks@uce

    Ya Ya.. The iPhone is still twice the price….

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