Parallels for Mac 12 Black Friday Sale & Deals 2016

Parallels Black Friday 2016


We are still waiting for Parallels to announce their Black Friday deals for 2016. But we’ve been watching what they’ve been offering over Thanksgiving for the last few years and can say with almost certainty that they likely again offer a similar Desktop for Mac bundle.  The only exception of course it will be for the new Parallels Desktop 11 for Mac. You can check last year’s details at the bottom of the page.

But if you can’t wait, you can take a look at all of their current promotions at our sister site,

Planning on upgrading your copy of Parallels this year or are you skipping this version? Let us know below!


Parallels just launched their 2015 Black Friday deal and – you guessed it – the same Desktop for Mac bundle is back for 2015!

Buy either the full version of Parallels Desktop 11 for Mac for $79.99 or the upgrade version for $49.99 and get 7 more apps for free. That includes 1 Password (a $49.99 value), Evernote Premium 9a $49.99 value), Camtasia (a $99.99 value), Pocket Premium (a $44.99 value), SnagIt (a $49.99 value) Parallels Access (a $19.99 value) and PDFpen Pro 7 (a $124.99 value). All together, it’s like getting 90% off! Learn more and see the full details a

This offer runs through Cyber Monday and ends on December 1, 2015.

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Updated November 26, 2014: Parallels has just released their Black Friday deal at and it’s gotta be our favorite deal of the year (great timing for those who just upgraded to OS X Yosemite). This year they are offering Parallels Desktop 10 for Mac along with six other apps in the bundle part of the offer: 1Password, Camtasia, CleanMyMac2, Parallels Access, Acronis True Image for Mac and Gemini.  It’s all for $79.99 which saves you 78% off the list price.  It’s live now through 11:59pm pst on November 28, 2014.

Here’s the full advert (click to expand):