Apple premium reseller Expercom this week launched a few discounts on high-end build-to-order configurations of the iMac and MacBook Pro. All of these selections include models that have the best sale prices in comparison to the other Apple resellers, and many configurations aren't on sale anywhere else this week, allowing those planning on making a big purchase to save a bit of money on a new Apple computer this holiday.

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Below we've listed the Macs on sale, along with their price at Expercom and any relevant comparison to the same or similar configurations sold at B&H Photo, Adorama, MacMall, and Apple's own refurbished online store.

13-inch MacBook Pro

  • Late 2016, 2.4GHz i7, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD - $1,499.00 at Expercom

15-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar

27-inch Retina 5K iMac

Expercom's sale includes many more Macs and ends on November 25. For more of the latest savings heading into the holidays, be sure to check out our Black Friday Roundup.

Top Rated Comments

SeminalSage Avatar
60 months ago
All of those 27" iMacs are 2015, not 2017.
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GeneralChang Avatar
60 months ago
Expercom is the best. They're local for me, and honestly I'd rather have them in town than an actual Apple store. The only downside is repairs that have to go back to Apple take a day or two longer.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
gregorybe Avatar
60 months ago
Seems like you have to be a prior Expercom Retail Location customer to be able to place orders online. When I tried to add an iMac to my cart, it listed a number to call if you're a "new user", but the verbiage is vague. Does anyone have experience ordering online from Expercom?
Just call 888-563-6112 and they can take care of you on your first order.
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danielwsmithee Avatar
60 months ago
All of those 27" iMacs are 2015, not 2017.
The last one is 2017. The only one that is is wrong is the middle configuration, it is a 2015 not 2017.

* Mid 2017 2015, 4.0Ghz, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD - $1,899.00 ('https://www.expercom.com/product_detail.html?p=1629524') at Expercom
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