Expercom Offering MacBook Pro With Touch Bar For Up to $225 Off With AppleCare

Apple premium reseller Expercom is offering some notable discounts on new MacBook Pro with Touch Bar models, including up to $53 off 13-inch models and up to $167 off 15-inch models depending upon the configuration selected.

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The discounts are even steeper when an AppleCare Protection Plan is added. 15-inch models with AppleCare are up to $225 off, while 13-inch models with AppleCare are up to $117 off, depending upon the configuration selected.

A limited number of MacBook Pro with Touch Bar models remain in stock, with the majority estimated to ship in 2-4 weeks. Prices are valid until November 26. For reference, here is Expercom's sales tax policy.

13-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar

- Build to order options for between $1,766.63 and $2,846.88 (up to $53.12 off)
- Build to order options with AppleCare for between $1,950.37 and $3,030.62 (up to $117.38 off)

15-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar

- 2.6GHz Core i7 with 256GB SSD/16GB RAM/Radeon Pro 450 in Space Gray for $2,305.17 ($93.83 off, regular $2,399)
- 2.6GHz Core i7 with 256GB SSD/16GB RAM/Radeon Pro 450 in Silver for $2,305.17 ($93.83 off, regular $2,399)
- 2.7GHz Core i7 with 512GB SSD/16GB RAM/Radeon Pro 455 in Space Gray for $2,689.55 ($109.45 off, regular $2,799)
- 2.7GHz Core i7 with 512GB SSD/16GB RAM/Radeon Pro 455 in Silver for $2,689.55 ($109.45 off, regular $2,799)
- 2.9GHz Core i7 with 1TB SSD/16GB RAM/Radeon 460 in Space Gray for $3,362.20 ($135.80 off, regular $3,498)
- 2.9GHz Core i7 with 2TB SSD/16GB RAM/Radeon 460 in Space Gray for $4,130.94 ($167.06 off, regular $4,298)
- Build to order options for between $2,305.17 and $4,130.94 (up to $168.06 off)
- Build to order options with AppleCare for between $2,548.04 and $4,373.81 (up to $224.17 off)

(Thanks, Greg!)

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Top Rated Comments

TimCookMustGo Avatar
100 months ago
The New Macbook Pros are gorgeous, overpriced, and functionally limited machines that Apple should be ashamed of.
Score: 22 Votes (Like | Disagree)
srsub3 Avatar
100 months ago
It took courage to do this... btw this confirms that the margins on these are huge and demand is low imho
Score: 13 Votes (Like | Disagree)
DevNull0 Avatar
100 months ago
Not bad. That makes it only about $500 overpriced compared to the previous generation's value.
Score: 13 Votes (Like | Disagree)
bladerunner2000 Avatar
100 months ago
I still wouldn't buy it.
Score: 12 Votes (Like | Disagree)
jclo Avatar
100 months ago
"Ships in 21 - 27 business days"
"Delivers in 24 - 32 business days"

So Basically I have to wait almost 2.5 - 3 months to get ? No thank you
These are likely concurrent estimates. It's not going to take another 24 to 32 business days to deliver after it ships.
Score: 10 Votes (Like | Disagree)
6836838 Avatar
100 months ago
As a 15 year-strong Apple customer, neither the iPhone 7 (with its lack of jack support and not much to offer over the 6S) or the pro laptop range (with zero upgradeability and a plethora adapters that would be required) are an option for me.

I fear it'll be a long time 'till I next splash out on new Apple hardware. However, my Mid-2010 MBP with upgraded memory and SSD is still flying, albeit Sierra being the last officially supported OS. I'd kill for the retina screen though, so I'll probably end up going for an older model which can be upgraded and already has all the ports I require.

It won't be long before Apple start to offer external keyboards with the touch-bar support. I may be in the minority here, but I do actually believe this is more than just a gimmick. From what I've seen, it's been extremely well implemented. I wouldn't be surprised in future MBP's ship with touchpads that operate in a similar way. Perhaps I'll hold out for these. I've no interest in a touch-screen laptop!

Sad times.
Score: 10 Votes (Like | Disagree)