Black Friday 2012: Steeper Discounts on MacBook Pro and MacBook Air

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    As Black Friday continues, there have been a few notable discounts on MacBook Pro and Air models during the day, including one discount as high as 20% on the 13" MacBook Pro.

    - Amazon: 13" MacBook Air: $1199 -> $1011 ($187 Off)
    - Amazon: 13" MacBook Pro: $1199 -> $962 ($236 Off) $1199 -> $1,034 ($164 Off)
    - Frys.com: 13" Retina MacBook Pro: $1699 -> $1499 ($200 Off)

    Amazon's discounts, in particular, can be very volatile and can change quickly. See our full roundup of all other interesting discounts on Black Friday.

    Article Link: Black Friday 2012: Steeper Discounts on MacBook Pro and MacBook Air
     
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    damnit i picked up a refurb 13" macbook air last week for $1019. I could of got it on amazon for $6 less and got the actual box it came in rather then the plain white box....lol
     
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    return it :)

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    lol - just changed to 1034
     
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    really? both haven't changed for me. I wonder if they show different prices to different regions/people.

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    Add to cart - will be 1034 at check out. There tricky :)

    MacBook Pro 13 - is 1034 - I didnt mention that in 1st post.
     
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    go figure, amazon is notorious for changing their prices several times an hour once the product has received enough web traffic
     
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    Shows $1034 for me too in NY viewing on my iPhone5.

    I also hear they price differently based on browser too.
     
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    Just missed it for the cheaper price, I'll look through out the rest of the day if it goes down again.

    Question, If we purchased it through amazon and want to buy the applecare though apple with the education discount, would we be able to? It's going to be for our son and it would be nice to save $50+ dollars for the applecare.
     
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    When I first clicked link, it showed $962. Now it's $1034.99... Bummer. Was just relaying to a friend in the market for this exact machine.
     
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    I guess the problem is that the new iMacs are not out yet.
     
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    I purchased yesterday for $1034 & called and got credit for the $962 price earlier today. Can't believe it dropped sub-$1000
     
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    I was lucky enough to catch the 962 price earlier today.

    I was comparison shopping for this model. The price was bouncing around and at one point indicated that Amazon was out of this model. Strange.
     
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    regular price for the rmbp 13 in frys is 1550,
     
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    I scored one for 962 early today. No tax in NJ.
     
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    Amazon Changing Prices

    I picked up an XBOX bundle from Amazon this morning for $199. By early afternoon it was $249. Later in the afternoon, it was on a lightning deal for $219. :eek:
     
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    I added the MBP 13 to my cart yesterday at $1038 and went to buy it today and it had dropped to $964. I couldnt check out fast enough. Score!
     
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    Volatile! you can say that again. And they change quickly too. I'll say.

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    Best Buy (in store and online) have the $1199 model for $175 off through tomorrow. Picked up one today (actually returned the 11" 4/128 I bought from them on Wednesday for $1056 but haven't opened yet and got the 13" and $21 back)
     
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    Amazon has been the best place to get MacBook Pros so far. I ordered the 2012 13" for $962 and two Retina MacBook Pros (2.6GHz/8GB/512GB) for $2150 each, which is awesome because that's $700 off each one! In total I saved around $2000 when you factor in tax and shipping.
     
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    Got the Air this morning for $1025 at Best Buy, couldnt be happier! :D
     
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    Still too much money. I bet there's a $1000 or more dollars in profit in all their CPUs.
     
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    than go buy your HP w/ windows 8 or whatever....clearly most of us don't desire that.
     
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    Make sure to look at the amazon.com site from a PC. Wouldn't want to get the higher price! :D:)
     
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    Apple's discounts are like starting haggling at 70% off and settling for 70p off because you still feel you got a good deal...

    ... By saving 70p..
     

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