Apple Meets Groupon — Apple Sliced Launches "Deals" to Help Consumers Save Big

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Apple Sliced Deals offers weekly discounts to provide consumers with a new way to save on Macs, iPods, and other Apple products.

With the introduction of Deals, we're able to offer special discounts that beat the prices seen anywhere else online.

It used to be that deal sites only offered discounts on hair removal and teeth whitening, but with the arrival of Apple Sliced Deals consumers are finally getting what they really want — cheap iPods.

Last week, Apple Sliced quickly sold out its first deal — a new iPod shuffle for 40% off. This week, Apple Sliced hopes to replicate that success with a promotion featuring iTunes Store gift cards at 36% off.

"The mission of Apple Sliced has always been to help consumers find the lowest prices on Apple products," says Matt Kraft, founder of Apple Sliced. "With the introduction of Deals, we're able to offer special discounts that beat the prices seen anywhere else online."

Apple Sliced secures deals through relationships with its trusted merchant partners. Since Apple Sliced Deals are priced so competitively, the site is only able to offer limited quantities of each deal. Users can track upcoming deals by subscribing to the Apple Sliced Deals email newsletter or by following @AskAppleSliced on Twitter.

About Apple Sliced

Launched in August 2010, Apple Sliced ( was created as a solution to the countless queries from friends and family members about where to find the lowest prices on Apple products. It used to be that Apple products were the best — and the most expensive — on the market. But with Apple Sliced, the high price tag is a thing of the past. From Macs to iPods, Apple Sliced takes the Apple Store out of the buying equation. What it adds is a network of trusted merchants competing to bring consumers the best price on the market. That can mean savings in the hundreds of dollars. Apple Sliced makes it easier for people to buy just the Apple products they were looking for.


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