$100 off coupon for MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air and iMacs at Best Buy

Discussion in 'Buying Tips and Advice' started by dpace32, Jun 7, 2015.

  1. dpace32 macrumors regular

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    Best Buy started their back to school promo pricing again on Apple products. This deal is almost identical to last year where if you sign up for coupons you get a $100 off on Apple computers. This deal also stacks with other Best Buy deals to make it even better. Below are sample prices I got but the full details are outlined on this Apple / Best Buy coupon deal are here.

    11″ MacBook Air starting at $755

    13″ MacBook Air starting at $849

    13″ MacBook Retina starting at $1135

    15″ MacBook Retina starting at $1799

    21″ iMac starting at $999

    27″ iMac starting at $1599
     
  2. Mcmeowmers macrumors 6502

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  3. dpace32 thread starter macrumors regular

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    Just a heads up, the subject of the email that comes in is titled "You deserve student deals".
     
  4. Appurushido macrumors member

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    Are those the prices with both discounts (sale price+education)? I configured a MBA 11" 2015 all the way down to $699, $899 (original price), -$100 Apple sale price, -$100 email education coupon price = $699. But after taxes it would come out to about $750 w/ CA tax. equaling your total cost, if that was the case.

    EDIT: the -$100 Apple sale price ends today 6/9/2015. -$100 Education coupon ends 7/11/15.
     
  5. DavidLynch macrumors 6502a

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    Yes, Best Buy is running a 2-day sale on Apple products. Combined with this coupon, one can get a really great deal today.
     
  6. Appurushido macrumors member

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    Yeah the deal is pretty awesome. The biggest discount is $100 off on the 11" MBA. Although its the base model I will be purchasing today (i5/4GB/128GB SSD) it fits all my needs as I travel internationally quite often. I use mostly business applications (Word, PP, Excel). It fit's my needs for the most portable laptop for that price. Considered a rMB, but Ill be saving about $600 for a slight more powerful machine.
     
  7. DavidLynch macrumors 6502a

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    Yeah, it's a great little computer. I had actually JUST purchased a 2013 11" base model refurb from Apple last week and then saw this deal come up. So, I returned the refurb and got the new 2015 since after the deal+coupon it was only about $40 difference for a machine that was 2 years newer and has some minor performance boosts. Very pleased with it so far.
     
  8. Appurushido macrumors member

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    Awesome. I was gonna say, that if you kept the refurb, it would have been a bad deal as opposed to the one that's going on now. Good thing you changed out for the latest model. Cheaper, 2 generations newer, and more power.

    I ended up pulling the trigger myself. Since today was the last day for the -$100 off apple sale price, combined with the education discount, it turned out to be a good deal. -$200 in discounts brought it to $699, w/tax and CA Recycle FEE brought the total to $759 for a new 2015 11" MBA base model. Not a bad price for my first Apple computer.
     

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