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Old Sep 2, 2013, 03:38 AM   #1
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Im seeking advice on how much i should sell my mid 2012 13'' baseline 2.5ghz 13'' macbook pro for? I was thinking $900 as its in mint condition and i got the education discount on it aswell. Does that sound good or should i sell it for more?
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Old Sep 2, 2013, 04:13 AM   #2
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Im seeking advice on how much i should sell my mid 2012 13'' baseline 2.5ghz 13'' macbook pro for? I was thinking $900 as its in mint condition and i got the education discount on it aswell. Does that sound good or should i sell it for more?
$900 sounds good. The same MacBook on the Apple Refurbished store is priced at $999, so I doubt that you would get offers for anything higher than $950.

Are there any cosmetic defects, such as dents (on the bottom cover), scratches (especially on the edges of the palm rest), etc? If not, then you can format the HDD, clean it all up (rubbing alcohol or something should do the trick) and consider a slightly higher price.

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Old Sep 2, 2013, 04:38 AM   #3
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$900 sounds good. The same MacBook on the Apple Refurbished store is priced at $999, so I doubt that you would get offers for anything higher than $950.

Are there any cosmetic defects, such as dents (on the bottom cover), scratches (especially on the edges of the palm rest), etc? If not, then you can format the HDD, clean it all up (rubbing alcohol or something should do the trick) and consider a slightly higher price.

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Im selling it to a really good friend so ill probably just sell it for $900. Absolutely no scratches at all, hasnt left my bedroom. One other question - im going to buy a iMac (hopefully) and on said iMac i have parallels 8, windows 8 and microsoft office 2013, if i use migration assistant will it automatically copy every thing over will out me having to worry about the licences on the old computer or will i have to call up microsoft and get the licences/code re-authenticated? Thanks for your help.
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