Deals: 16-Inch MacBook Pro Returns to Lowest Prices Ever, Starting at $2,099.99 for 512GB

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Best Buy and Amazon today have new discounts on the 16-inch MacBook Pro, returning the 512GB model down to its lowest price of $2,099.99 ($300 off). We've seen this discount a few times over the past few months, but it hasn't been as consistent as sales on the 1TB model.

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For that higher-capacity configuration, you can purchase it for $2,499.00 in today's sales, which include a discount from Adorama. The discounts on the 512GB model are seen at Amazon and Best Buy, but stock is low at Amazon and it may disappear soon today.

16-inch MacBook Pro

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Article Link: Deals: 16-Inch MacBook Pro Returns to Lowest Prices Ever, Starting at $2,099.99 for 512GB
 

Benjamin Disapfectation

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Best Buy and Amazon today have new discounts on the 16-inch MacBook Pro, returning the 512GB model down to its lowest price of $2,099.99 ($300 off). We've seen this discount a few times over the past few months, but it hasn't been as consistent as sales on the 1TB model.

Note: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with these vendors. When you click a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small payment, which helps us keep the site running.

For that higher-capacity configuration, you can purchase it for $2,499.00 in today's sales, which include a discount from Adorama. The discounts on the 512GB model are seen at Amazon and Best Buy, but stock is low at Amazon and it may disappear soon today.

16-inch MacBook Pro




Article Link: Deals: 16-Inch MacBook Pro Returns to Lowest Prices Ever, Starting at $2,099.99 for 512GB
Cheaper to buy refurb from Apple.
 

jlocker

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I have had my macbook for 4 months and i love it. I dual boot into windows bootcamp. I have a AMD 5500M with 8gb of ram. And it work great running games on it. Have a AMD VEGA in a razor core X box and can not use it yet with Windows 10 yet but I can on Catalina. So for now It plays all the top AAA games on it just fine. So I recommend this computer to anyone wanted a rock sold computer.

If Apple does a a Mac Mini Pro I might get that for home as a upgradable system down the road.
 

Metrosey

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I have had my macbook for 4 months and i love it. I dual boot into windows bootcamp. I have a AMD 5500M with 8gb of ram. And it work great running games on it. Have a AMD VEGA in a razor core X box and can not use it yet with Windows 10 yet but I can on Catalina. So for now It plays all the top AAA games on it just fine. So I recommend this computer to anyone wanted a rock sold computer.

If Apple does a a Mac Mini Pro I might get that for home as a upgradable system down the road.
You using an external display, if so, what?
 

nylonsteel

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hmmm...
interesteing to see heading south of 2000 bucks
still too pricey for me to bit
 
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