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Promoted 03-10-2015 by persian_mafia at 02:55 PM View Original Post
Best Buy has Apple 13.3" MacBook Pro w/ Retina Display (MGX72LL/A) for $1149.99 - $50 off with Student Discount = $1099.99. Shipping is free. Thanks frugalist
  1. Sign-up here with your .edu email.
  2. Coupon codes will be e-mailed to you.
  3. Enter online promotional code under Payment Method at checkout.
Specs
  • Intel Core i5 2.6GHz (Haswell)
  • 8GB DDR3
  • 128GB SSD
  • 13.3" 2560x1600 IPS w/ Retina Display
  • NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M
  • Up to 9 hours Battery Life
  • Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks
Other notable Apple MacBook deals:

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  • Best Buy has Apple 13.3" MacBook Air (MD760LL/B) for $799.99 - $50 off with Student Discount = $749.99Shipping is free.
    1. Sign-up here with your .edu email.
    2. Coupon codes will be e-mailed to you.
    3. Enter online promotional code under Payment Method at checkout.
Specs
  • Intel Core i5 1.4GHz (Haswell)
  • 4GB DDR3
  • 128GB SSD
  • 13.3" 1440x900 LED
  • Intel HD Graphics 5000
  • Up to 12 hours Battery Life
  • Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks

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Written by persian_mafia

Please see our forum thread for additional savings ~ persian_mafia

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Edited March 10, 2015 at 01:43 PM by TattyBear
Due to the new models announced at yesterday's keynote, Best Buy is dropping prices on MacBooks to try to move older inventory before the new models begin to arrive.

11" MacBook Air 128GB Model [bestbuy.com] (MD711LL/B SKU: 2711892)
Was $899.99, Now $799.99 / College Student Pricing: $749.99 (Up to 9% off)

11" MacBook Air 256GB Model [bestbuy.com] (MD712LL/B SKU: 2711965)
Was $1099.99, Now $999.99 / College Student Pricing: $949.99 (Up to 9% off)

13" MacBook Air 128GB Model [bestbuy.com] (MD760LL/B SKU: 2712009)
Was $999.99, Now $799.99 / College Student Pricing: $749.99 (Up to 25% off)

13" MacBook Air 256GB Model [bestbuy.com] (MD761LL/B SKU: 1581949)
Was $1199.99, Now $1099.99 / College Student Pricing: $1049.99 (Up to 12% off)

13" MacBook Pro with Retina 128GB Model [bestbuy.com] (Model: MGX72LL/A SKU: 1581712)
Was $1299.99, Now $1149.99 / College Student Pricing: $1099.99 (Up to 15% off)

13" MacBook Pro with Retina 256GB Model [bestbuy.com] (Model: MGX82LL/A SKU: 6941972)
Was $1499.99, Now $1349.99 / College Student Pricing: $1299.99 (Up to 13% off)

13" MacBook Pro with Retina 512GB Model [bestbuy.com] (Model: MGX92LL/A SKU: 6936626)
Was $1799.99, Now $1649.99 / College Student Pricing: $1599.99 (Up to 11% off)


----ON SALE (NOT Clearance)-----

15" MacBook Pro with Retina 256GB Model [bestbuy.com] (Model: MGXA2LL/A SKU: 6238612)
Was $1999.99, Now $1799.99 / College Student Pricing: $1749.99 (Up to 12% off)

15" MacBook Pro with Retina 512GB Model [bestbuy.com] (Model: MGXC2LL/A SKU: 6238524)
Was $2499.99, Now $2249.99 / College Student Pricing: $2199.99 (Up to 12% off)

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save an extra 10% with movers coupon!
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Can you stack the movers coupon discount with this?
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How do I get the movers coupon
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ripoff!
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any edu coupons ??
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I got a '14 13" Air for that title price one month after update last year. Nothing to see here, move along.
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Quote from jcknows0 View Post :
I got a '14 Air for that price one month after update last year. Nothing to see here, move along.
Actually, according to Google Shopping this is the best price on this right now. The next lowest price from a reputable retailer would be B&H at $899.99. But if you have a better offer, I invite you to post it - otherwise, nobody likes a troll. BTW Apple doesn't make a 14" laptopSmilie.
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Im so torn between 13'' vs 15'' and also new 13'' vs prices falling down for old. all i want to do is future proof my purchase for another 4-5yrs(considering the investment).

and also quick question - 2.7 vs 2.9 for new rMbp 13'', how much performance difference will it be?

I'm thinking of ,if i go in new rMbp route -13'' config -2.9ghz-128gb(upgradeable in future)-16gb ram . is this good combination ?..for another 4-5yrs..


appreciate response and TIA.
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The 13" MBP got a refresh as well so maybe the current model will go on sale too.
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ripoff!
If you could be more specific that would be great. If you're just here to troll, surely there are better things you could do with you time?

Quote from sKwiD View Post :
The 13" MBP got a refresh as well so maybe the current model will go on sale too.
The 2012 MacBook Pro (model MD101LL/A) aka the only one with a SuperDrive still in it was not updated yesterday so there was no price moves on it. You could probably get them to price match Amazon or B&H on it though?
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Actually, according to Google Shopping this is the best price on this right now. The next lowest price from a reputable retailer would be B&H at $899.99. But if you have a better offer, I invite you to post it - otherwise, nobody likes a troll. BTW Apple doesn't make a 14" laptopSmilie.
I think he meant 2014 model. Still feels like a troll post though. I'm waiting on a real Air with Retina screen... Hoping it comes this summer
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NTY. How many refreshes has it been and the MBA still has that shitty res screen (relatively speaking)? And I've owned three of them.
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Im so torn between 13'' vs 15'' and also new 13'' vs prices falling down for old. all i want to do is future proof my purchase for another 4-5yrs(considering the investment).

and also quick question - 2.7 vs 2.9 for new rMbp 13'', how much performance difference will it be?

I'm thinking of ,if i go in new rMbp route -13'' config -2.9ghz-128gb(upgradeable in future)-16gb ram . is this good combination ?..for another 4-5yrs..


appreciate response and TIA.
Depends on what you're going to use it for. The 15" is more of a desktop replacement kind of computer. They are more powerful than most of the iMacs and come with 16GB of memory and better graphics (for video editing, CAD, etc.). The difference between a 2.7 and 2.9 is minimal and you'd be better off going for the 2.9GHz model if you were more after the 512GB storage jump than the more minor processor jump. Comparing old to new, newer Retinas will have Force Touch trackpad, faster memory, faster processors and better graphics but these are all subjective depending now what you do. If you're more of a basic user you can only open emails and web pages so fast and the difference between older and newer models probably wouldn't be too noticeable.
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