Apple Christmas sale: The best holiday deals on iPads, AirPods, Apple Watch and more

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Finding great deals in the Apple Christmas sale is a brilliant way to save money on gifts for loved ones (or yourself) this holiday season. With just 11 days to go until the big day, time is running out to get that perfect present. But the good news is there's some amazing offers to be had, all of which can still be delivered in time for Christmas. 

So whether you're looking at some Apple AirPods for the audiophile in your life, or an Apple Pencil for a budding digital artist, you'll find some great savings here. 

Apple Pencil (2nd Gen): $129Save $40

Apple Pencil (2nd Gen): $129 $89 at Amazon
Save $40: It's rare to see more than $10 off the Apple Pencil 2, so to have a huge $40 off is a record low. If you're after one of these excellent styluses, grab one quickly. An unmissable deal that won't last long.  

Apple AirPods 2 (2022): $249.99
Save $20:

Apple AirPods 2 (2022): $249.99 $229.99 at B&H Photo
Save $20:
If you're on the hunt for APple's latest in-earphones, B&H Photo currently has the best deal, with $20 off the retail price. This isn't the lowest we've seen them, but it's the cheapest you'll find them right now.

Apple Watch Series 8: $399
Save $50:

Apple Watch Series 8: $399 $349 at Target
Save $50:
The latest generation of the Apple Watch was only released in September, but Amazon's been running deals for a while. Its Black Friday deals are the best prices we've seen yet with $50 off all configurations, including on the more expensive GPS + cellular versions.

2022 iPad Air: $599Save £100

2022 iPad Air: $599 $499 at Amazon
Save £100: Released in March, this 5th generation of the iPad air is the best iPad for a lot of people, sitting in the middle between the base iPad and the super powerful iPad Pros. It offers more Pro-like features than ever in a comfortable 10.9in size, and it supports Apple Pencil 2.

MacBook Pro (M1): $2,148Save $500

MacBook Pro (M1): $2,148 $1,648 at B&H Photo
Save $500: It's one of the best MacBook Pros to be released in recent years, and currently has $500 off. Don't get us wrong, it's still a considerable sum, but if you've been looking for an elite laptop, this is a great deal.

Apple AirPods (2nd Gen): £139
Save £20:

Apple AirPods (2nd Gen): £139 £119 at Amazon
Save £20:
Amazon has the 2nd gen AirPods in the UK for a brilliant price. They may not be the latest model, but these are still brilliant headphones, delivering high-quality sound for up to 5 hours of listening time on one charge. 

Apple Watch Series 8 GPS: £419Save £20

Apple Watch Series 8 GPS: £419 £399 at Amazon
Save £20: It usually takes longer for deals on new Apple products to come up in the UK, but Amazon has £20 off the new Apple Watch Series 8. It's a small saving, but still 5% off the price is very welcome and the discount applies to multiple colour options.

2022 iPad Air: £669Save £100

2022 iPad Air: £669 £569 at Amazon
Save £100: Released in March, this 5th generation of the iPad air is the best iPad for a lot of people. It supports Apple Pencil 2, and is the iPad we most recommend for creatives and students.

MacBook Air (M2, 2022): £1,249
Save up to £130:

MacBook Air (M2, 2022): £1,249 £1,119 at Amazon
Save up to £130:
If you don't need quite so much power, the latest MacBook Pro Air is the way to go. It's more Pro than ever now with Apple's M2 chip – in fact, we struggle to see a difference in performance from the base MacBook Pro 13. This is the cheapest we've seen it since its release in July.

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Kerrie Hughes
Freelance writer

Kerrie Hughes is a frequent contributor to Creative Bloq, and was once its editor. One of the original CB crew, Kerrie joined the team back in 2013 after moving from her role as staff writer on 3D World. Since then she's written regularly for other creative publications such as ImagineFX, Computer Arts and Digital Camera World. After a stint working for the police, Kerrie is back reviewing creative tech for creative professionals.