Best Buy's Latest Sale Offers Up to $200 Off 13-Inch MacBook Pro

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    Best Buy is continuing its string of sales this spring with a new offer focused on the MacBook Pro today, which will last until next weekend. The focus of the new sale is Apple's latest MacBook Pro, with discounts of up to $200 off select 13-inch models (or up to $250 off for students and parents of students).

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    Note: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with Best Buy. When you click a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small payment, which helps us keep the site running.
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    - Save up to $200 or more / as low as $1,149.99 ($1,099.99 with Student Deals) Best Buy is also currently running a special iPhone 7 and iPhone 6s deal
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    that offers $150 off when purchased on an installment plan from AT&T, Verizon, or Sprint. The discounts bring the total cost down to $520 for iPhone 7 Plus, $400 for iPhone 7, $400 for iPhone 6s Plus, or $300 for iPhone 6s.

    Additionally, if you're looking to trade in an old iPad for some credit, the retailer is still offering a minimum $125 Best Buy gift card
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    with the trade-in of select iPad, iPad mini, iPad Air, and iPad Pro models. Best Buy debuted the in-store offer as a chance for customers to upgrade to Apple's new sixth-generation iPad at a discount.

    Head over to our full Deals Roundup for more details on the latest sales happening this week.

    Article Link: Best Buy's Latest Sale Offers Up to $200 Off 13-Inch MacBook Pro
     
  2. Wags macrumors 6502a

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    Great pricing. BB has had similar before. Just close to possible refresh and potential keyboard issues. YMMV
     
  3. AppleMiko macrumors newbie

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    How is Best Buy an affiliate partner but they block your website in their stores? Make them fix this please.
     
  4. predation macrumors 6502a

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    I’m waiting for rectification if keyboard issues before I plot money replacing my 2010 MBP lol
     
  5. Spizike9 macrumors member

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    Just nursing along my mid ‘11 iMac and ‘10 MacBook Pro. For sure will be getting an iMac when the new ones are released in a few months. Maybe a new MacBook as well. We’ll see. As of right now I just hate he keyboards too much on any Apple notebook.
     
  6. predation macrumors 6502a

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    Are the keyboard on the MacBook different from the pro?
     
  7. TallManNY macrumors 601

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    I'm also ready to buy. My iMac 2011 failed and I'm limping along on a iMac 2009 and my work PC. No problem waiting until this summer, but won't wait for another year to pass. So I need to buy this summer. Also GF is using 2010 MacBook Pro and I'm looking to help her upgrade as well. The keyboard failure rate is very concerning. I'm okay with the feel of the computers, but mechanical failure is not acceptable. A laptop would be nice, but not if the keyboard is going to fail. So may need to go with iMac. I'm hoping though that Apple will address the keyboard issue.
     
  8. NMBob macrumors 6502a

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    Small screen, small disk, no ports, no DVD (which I use a lot), and crappy keyboard for $2000! Sign me up!
    I'll keep my 13", 2TB, SuperDrive, Mid-2012 until one of us dies, thanks. I even have a backup one in case it goes first.
     
  9. lec0rsaire macrumors 6502a

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    You neglect all of the other improvements. P3 display, better CPU, faster RAM, faster SSDs, better GPU,TB3, USB 3.1 gen 2. I agree having a built-in SuperDrive is something I miss. I cannot play, burn or rip discs although I don’t really need to as long as I have a Blu-ray player hooked up to my receiver. External storage is also cheap and prices continue to fall. I agree that 128-256GB internal is just not enough. You really need 512-1TB. I myself went with 512GB on my 2016 15” because I would never get the extra money I would pay for the 1TB and 2TB SSDs when I sell the machine. $3k with tax was already steep. I use a combination of external USB 3.1, Thunderbolt 2 drives to supplement the internal drive and to store videos. I keep the internal drive relatively empty to do work on.
     

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