Deals: Save on Refurbished Models of the 2018 MacBook Air and MacBook Pro Today Only (From $719.99)

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Woot is back today with new discounts on refurbished MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models from 2018. This sale will last until tonight at 12 a.m. CT.

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To start, you'll find a refurbished 2018 13-inch MacBook Air with a 128GB SSD for $719.99, while a model with increased storage of 256GB is on sale for $819.99.

These MacBook Air models originally began at a price of $1,199. On Woot, you'll get a one year Woot warranty with purchase, and the company notes that these computers come in generic white boxes.

For MacBook Pro, you can get the 2018 13-inch MacBook Pro with a 256GB SSD at $979.99, or a 512GB SSD for $1,079.99. Woot is also selling a 2018 15-inch MacBook Pro with a 256GB SSD at $1,489.99, and both of these come with a one year Woot warranty.

While refurbished MacBooks are great for deep discounts, we also continuously track sales on Apple's newest computers in our Best MacBook Deals guide.

Article Link: Deals: Save on Refurbished Models of the 2018 MacBook Air and MacBook Pro Today Only (From $719.99)
 

RowellE

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Not worth it. Apple yanked all those students by their wallets with the 2020 model with better Keyboard and double the entry storage
I’ve never seen Apple push a student discount on a product so much as the 2020 MBA. I also feel like Apple is telling reviewers to mention the discount as well in their coverage. Because all these tech vloggers are mentioning it when they haven’t for any other Apple products previously.
 

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I’ve never seen Apple push a student discount on a product so much as the 2020 MBA. I also feel like Apple is telling reviewers to mention the discount as well in their coverage. Because all these tech vloggers are mentioning it when they haven’t for any other Apple products previously.

That’s probably due to the current situation requiring a lot of classes being done at home, due to The Virus.
 
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i4k20c

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I’ve never seen Apple push a student discount on a product so much as the 2020 MBA. I also feel like Apple is telling reviewers to mention the discount as well in their coverage. Because all these tech vloggers are mentioning it when they haven’t for any other Apple products previously.
i must be under a rock - what is the edu discount on the new air?

Love our 2008 MacBook Pro. So no issues here. Fake news....
i get tempted to upgrade so bad from my early 2014 i7 - but because of the kb issues and catalina, i back off.
 

MacLawyer

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Love our 2008 MacBook Pro. So no issues here. Fake news....
Hey, I'm glad you like your laptop. ;) I sold off my work 2018 MB Air a few months ago. When I compared its performance to my home 13" 2019 MB Pro, I was shocked. Waiting for the 2020 MB Pro update. Cheers.
 

Peperino

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No one wants a refurbished crappy laptop with bad keyboards and full of problems. Not even at 50% discount.
 

damnhandy

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Jun 9, 2007
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Why go to Woot when you can get a 2019 model from the Apple refurb store for $50 more? Apple is also a 256GB model for $819 but it's a 2019 model rather than Woot's 2018 model:

 
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m0sher

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They would’ve had to sell this at half the price and maybe I would’ve tried one out....’ Recession‘
 
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