MacBook Holiday Deals: Save $200 on Air and Up To $300 on Latest Pro Models

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One day after discounting the Apple Watch Series 2, Best Buy is back with another Apple deal in its 20 Days of Doorbusters sale event. Today, Day 19, offers shoppers $200 off three configurations of the MacBook Air refresh from mid 2017. Best Buy's sale places these specific models of the MacBook Air around $100 below the second cheapest price points found at B&H Photo.

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Take a look at the models on sale in the list below and if you're interested get your order in before tonight at midnight when Best Buy's event will tick over to its final day.

Of course, MacBooks aren't the only item discounted today during Best Buy's event with the retailer discounting SanDisk memory cards by up to 70 percent off, making the 128GB microSDXC UHS-I Memory Card just $41.99, down from $159.99. The 128GB Wi-Fi only iPad mini 4 is also on sale for $299.99, down from $399.99.

If you're on the hunt for a MacBook Pro, B&H Photo has a few notable discounts on higher-end configurations of Pro models ongoing this holiday season. Most configurations being discounted are for 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pro models with the Touch Bar that launched in late 2016 and mid 2017. Check out a few of the best deals in the list below:


13-inch MacBook Pro

15-inch MacBook Pro

For more information on the latest sales, head over to our full Deals Roundup.

Related Roundups: MacBook Air, Apple Deals
Buyer's Guide: MacBook Air (Neutral)

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37 months ago

I just grabbed the 13 inch air for my son. Perfect for his first laptop

Don't bother, some Macrumors posters haven't a clue what works for others.
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37 months ago

I just grabbed the 13 inch air for my son. Perfect for his first laptop

Agree completely - picked one up for my daughter in college. Perfect for her needs and for $800, it's a great deal for an Apple laptop. The processor was bumped up in the summer of this year, so it's not like it hasn't seen updates through the years.
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37 months ago
Is there really anyone in the world who would buy an Air?
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37 months ago
I just grabbed the 13 inch air for my son. Perfect for his first laptop
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37 months ago

Serious question: what’s wrong with buying this MacBook Air mid 2017?!?

Absolutely nothing wrong with buying one if it suits your needs. But for those who don't want to buy a device knowing that there are other models with greater performance, capacity, and hardware that exist, then the Macbook Air is a non-starter.

My 2014 4GB/128GB 11" MBA is still going strong. There's something to be said for a macOS device that is slightly larger than an iPad. Sadly, the 11" MBA has been discontinued, but if I had to replace my MBA today, I would have no problem picking up the 13"... especially at $200 off.
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37 months ago
I've got $999 earmarked for a 2017 m3 Macbook... just waiting for the deal. It's gotta come soon, right??
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