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There are a few new discounts across Apple's MacBook Pro family today, including deals on the 13-inch MacBook Pro from 2019 and the 16-inch MacBook Pro. Many of these sales represent lowest-ever prices, including a return to the notable low price of $2,099.00 for the 512GB 16-inch MacBook Pro.

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13-inch MacBook Pro

A trio of retailers have discounted Apple's previous-generation 13-inch MacBook Pro this week. Sale prices start at $1,199.00 for the 13-inch MacBook Pro with a 256GB SSD (1.4GHz, 8GB RAM), which represents $300 in savings. You can find this sale at Amazon, Adorama, and B&H Photo.



Similarly, the 13-inch MacBook Pro with a 256GB SSD and 2.4GHz processor is $1,499.00, down from $1,799.00 this week. The sale is available at Amazon, Adorama, and B&H Photo, but for both discounts you'll find the most color options at Amazon and B&H Photo.

The sale on the 1.4GHz model with a 256GB SSD comes in $100 below the same model for the new 2020 13-inch MacBook Pro. Although that notebook is still quite new, Expercom does have some discounts across the lineup.

16-inch MacBook Pro

There are also two solid deals on the 16-inch MacBook Pro, starting at TigerDirect with the 512GB SSD model (2.6 GHz 6-Core, 16 GB RAM) for $2,099.00, down from $2,399.00. This $300 off sale remains the lowest price we've ever tracked for the 512GB 16-inch MacBook Pro, and it's a deal we don't see very often.



Comparatively, a more common deal is still going on this week, with the 1TB SSD 16-inch MacBook Pro going for $2,499.00 at Adorama, down from $2,799.00. This is still a solid discount on the higher-end notebook, and a match of the lowest price we've ever seen on this model of the 16-inch MacBook Pro.

We've begun tracking the best monthly deals on all new MacBook Pro and MacBook Air notebooks in our new "Best Deals" guide. Be sure to visit the guide and bookmark it if you're on the hunt for a new Apple notebook; we'll be updating it weekly as we discover new MacBook offers across the web.

Article Link: Deals: Shop Low Prices on the 2019 13-Inch and 16-Inch MacBook Pro (Up to $300 Off)
 

Fusionskies

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Looking to replace my 2013 MacBook Pro, but avoiding butterfly, looking toward eventual discounts on 2020 models over the next year or two.
 

Chompineer

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I love the size but do not need the power.

I kept telling myself that, even returned a refurb i9, but ended up buying another i9 this weekend because the price was too good (brand new for $3000 CAD and no taxes, a 13” was going to cost me almost the same).

May as well just get one. It really is quite a bit nicer machine vs the 13 (I had a base 2019). It will last a long time, especially if now the power is already too much.
 

VPRunner

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I kept telling myself that, even returned a refurb i9, but ended up buying another i9 this weekend because the price was too good (brand new for $3000 CAD and no taxes, a 13” was going to cost me almost the same).

May as well just get one. It really is quite a bit nicer machine vs the 13 (I had a base 2019). It will last a long time, especially if now the power is already too much.
Good point on the power keeping the 16" viable for low need users for a long time!
 

oilers780

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Unless you can get the MBP 13" for a really good deal, it's hard to encourage people to take a chance on a butterfly keyboard. 4 year warranty doesn't completely take away with the hassle people will have to go through for a repair.
 

darkslide29

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I'm looking to replace my girlfriends 2011 MacBook Pro. I don't know how she kept a MacBook that long without getting hit with the upgrade bug. :p She is a casual user of her current MacBook Pro, and keeping it for a long time is her priority.

I had settled on the newest MacBook Air, upgrading the base model with an i5 quad core processor, 16gb ram, and 256 SSD for $1299 retail.

Is there a scenario where buying the MacBook Pro makes more sense? For $100 more, the specs are a higher clocked i5, with the same memory and SSD. Strangely, the MacBook Air has a 10th gen intel processor, while the Pro has an 8th gen.
 

Machead2012

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Looking to replace my 2013 MacBook Pro, but avoiding butterfly, looking toward eventual discounts on 2020 models over the next year or two.

Best to avoid the butterfly KB. I'm looking to upgrade my 2016 MBP 13" hoping that 2021 will produce the rumored 14".
 

amartinez1660

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I kept telling myself that, even returned a refurb i9, but ended up buying another i9 this weekend because the price was too good (brand new for $3000 CAD and no taxes, a 13” was going to cost me almost the same).

May as well just get one. It really is quite a bit nicer machine vs the 13 (I had a base 2019). It will last a long time, especially if now the power is already too much.

may ask, where did you get that deal? I’m here in Canada and was looking to shop for a new one too.
And no tax? Where is this!
Thanks in advance
 
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