Best Buy Sale: MacBook Air Up to $200 Off, iPad Trade-In Deal, Beats Studio3, and More

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In Best Buy's latest sale this spring, the popular retailer has marked down select models of Apple's 2017 MacBook Air by up to $200.


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Best Buy is also still offering its in-store iPad trade-in deal that gives users a minimum $125 Best Buy gift card when trading in a working iPad mini 2 or newer, iPad Air/Air 2, iPad Pro, or fifth-generation iPad.

Best Buy's outlet store for refurbished and clearance products offers up to 40 percent on a wide array of products, including some solid deals on refurbished Apple devices. AirPods are priced at $142.99 (save $17 over new), select Apple Watch Series 3 models are available for as low as $294.99 for GPS (save $34 over new) or $319.99 for Cellular (save $79 over new), AirPort Express is just $52.99 (save $47 over new), and BeatsX and Powerbeats3 headphones are 50–60 percent off compared to new. Lots of other non-Apple products are also included in the outlet, so make sure to check our the full listings.

Along with the MacBook Air, iPad, and refurbished deals, there are also multiple savings on accessories launching this week. Best Buy has marked down or introduced new offers for the Beats Studio3 wireless headphones, a few JBL speakers, various smart assistant devices like Google Home Mini and Echo Show, and more. You can check out these sales in the list below:

Finally, Best Buy has launched a new discount that's offering 25 percent off three or more cell phone accessories. These products can include cases, chargers, cables, adapters, screen protectors, and more, as long as they are each priced at $9.99 and above.

Visit our full Deals Roundup for more of the latest sales happening this week.

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32 months ago
$180 trade in for a 64 gig wifi air 2 is actually pretty darn good
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32 months ago
I would not buy any Air currently offered. They had their heyday but they’re very weak machines. We’re fast approaching the middle of 2018. I would wait for whatever Apple replaces the Air with. The CPUs and integrated GPUs are really awful. A friend’s MBA really struggled to stream 1080p video over airplay. A task which the iPad Pro or iPhone 7 could pull off without any stutter. If you’re not getting a 13” or 15” tbMBP just stay away from MacBooks for now. Better yet look at refurbished 2016s and 2017s or get one from craigslist with low battery cycles for a good price.

Unless you really want the illuminated Apple and the keyboard, I just don’t see why anyone would buy one even for $799. The current gen 13” MBPs are even slimmer so they don’t even have that going for them anymore. Apple should really just kill the Air. It have a nice 10 yr run but it’s over.
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