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udflyer

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I am curious how "old" their stock is if that makes sense.


They have the i9 model for $2499 with Applecare for $299 .. not bad.

Thanks!
 

udflyer

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Old meaning? I bought the base model from Costco. $2099 wasn't bad at all.


Old meaning - stuck in Costco warehouse since launch so still some of the earliest machines made. I was hoping for a later build date.
 

Nacho98

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I have an 11/20 BTO build and it is...truly...flawless.

Just buy one and try it, if it's not perfect, return it.

Just because it's early doesn't mean it's ****.
 
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bcbickers

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I got $300 discount on my 16" MBP mid-line spec (2.4 i9, 32 GB, 1 TB, 5500M 8 GB) from B&H Photo-Video when I ordered a week or so ago. Apple showed $3,499, I purchased for $3,199. Almost 10% off a newly released machine, that's a heck of a deal. It looks like they are still discounting a few 16" SKUs, in case anyone is interested.

$250 off an i7 - https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/prod..._bh_mbp_tb_2_6ghz_6c_9th_gen_i7_16gb_1tb.html

$300 of a base i9 - https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/prod...h_mbp_tb_2_4ghz_8c_9th_gen_i9_16gb_512gb.html
 
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