B&H Photo Launches New Apple Sale: Save on MacBook Pro and Air, iMac and iMac Pro, and More

Apple device reseller B&H Photo today opened up a new Apple sale, which includes instant savings on products like the MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iMac, iMac Pro, and more. As usual, B&H Photo doesn't collect sales tax on orders shipped to addresses outside of New York and New Jersey, and most orders over $49 will qualify for free expedited shipping (ranging between 1-3 days depending on the state).

Many of the prices for the various Macs are the best currently available online, while a few are reaching all-time-lows for certain configurations. Specifically, the 15-inch model of the Mid 2017 MacBook Pro with Touch Bar with 256GB and 512GB solid state drives have each been discounted to their lowest prices ever by B&H Photo today.

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Check out the lists below for some of the computers on sale, and note that all of the products listed represent the latest, Mid 2017 refreshes of each Mac.

MacBook Pro without Touch Bar
MacBook Pro with Touch Bar
13-inch MacBook Air
iMac
iMac Pro
The biggest discount in the sale is $1,300 off a custom configuration of the 15-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar from 2016, marked down to $2,999.00. Other products in the sale include Mac mini, Mac Pro, and the 12-inch MacBook, so be sure to head over to B&H Photo for the full list of computers on sale and then visit our Deals Roundup for other savings happening this week.

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22 weeks ago
nope, still do not want. If Apple wants to design disposable devices they need to be priced accordingly.
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22 weeks ago

Of course this would happen after I spent $2,400 + sales tax on a new 15" MBP at an Apple Store last week.

You're still in the return window.
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22 weeks ago

Make sure you can really live with a 256 GB drive. It’s really worth the extra for 512 if you can do it. You’ll probably use it for years and regret not having a larger internal drive.




This times 1000.

256GB in 2018 is like 128GB used to be 5 years ago.

512GB would be my minimum for a new laptop in 2018 especially when you are spending that much money.
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22 weeks ago

Take it back!!! You have 14 days to do so whether used or sealed! It’s not too late man!


Thanks, just ordered from B&H this morning and will return mine to the Apple Store. Bit of a hassle, but 600 bucks is 600 bucks.

The thing that annoys me is, I even called Apple last night to see if they would retroactively price match and give me a credit, and I would just eat the sales tax (blah blah blah I know I'm supposed to pay it when I buy from B&H. Shut up, who are you, the IRS? If you are, where's my damn tax refund? ;)). It saves everyone a bit of hassle. The answer was no, their price match is only for brick and mortar stores (guess I'd have to live in NY to price match B&H) and only up to 10% the cost of the item, so $250.

The 2017 base 15s retail on the refurb store for $2,000. So, once I return mine, they are going to pay for the time, materials and labor to refurb it, then sell it for $400 less. Or they could have just given me $400. Seems like that would have been the cheaper option for them, oh well.
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22 weeks ago
The low-end iMac listed still has an 100% old spinning-rust had drive - no thanks. HOWEVER the Fusion drive version with a 3.4GHz i5 is also on sale at $1299.

We’ve been quite happy with that model, one of which we purchased from B&H during an earlier sale months ago.
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22 weeks ago

Beware of the true but misleading statement on sales tax. They don’t collect it but they do notify your local state of the purchases (many now require it) so you still owe it, and then have to file a separate use tax statement. It’s a major pain in the rear.

There’s no net savings, so just buy either from amazon or support a local store and buy at home.

Let me tell you. No one pays that tax except for you. If your state wants to collect the tax, it should require that any online retailer collect it. We live in a country that enforces the laws, so any online retailer would comply with such a requirement.
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22 weeks ago

Of course this would happen after I spent $2,400 + sales tax on a new 15" MBP at an Apple Store last week.


Take it back!!! You have 14 days to do so whether used or sealed! It’s not too late man!
[doublepost=1526420003][/doublepost]I would definitely have jumped on the $2400 2017 15” if I didn’t have a 2016 already. It’s not going to get cheaper than that for a brand new machine from a store. The iMac Pro prices are great for anyone already in the market for one. Obviously $4-500 isn’t going to change anyone’s mind but a discount is a discount.
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21 weeks ago

That was fast! Glad you were able to save a decent chunk of cash.

...unlike anyone in Europe or elsewhere globally outside of the US.
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22 weeks ago

Damn. I was talking myself out of getting the base 15" (w/ touchbar) for $2,399...at $1,999 is hard to pass on it. I need an upgrade from my 2013 13" :/


Make sure you can really live with a 256 GB drive. It’s really worth the extra for 512 if you can do it. You’ll probably use it for years and regret not having a larger internal drive.

Thanks, just ordered from B&H this morning and will return mine to the Apple Store. Bit of a hassle, but 600 bucks is 600 bucks.

The thing that annoys me is, I even called Apple last night to see if they would retroactively price match and give me a credit, and I would just eat the sales tax (blah blah blah I know I'm supposed to pay it when I buy from B&H. Shut up, who are you, the IRS? If you are, where's my damn tax refund? ;)). It saves everyone a bit of hassle. The answer was no, their price match is only for brick and mortar stores (guess I'd have to live in NY to price match B&H) and only up to 10% the cost of the item, so $250.

The 2017 base 15s retail on the refurb store for $2,000. So, once I return mine, they are going to pay for the time, materials and labor to refurb it, then sell it for $400 less. Or they could have just given me $400. Seems like that would have been the cheaper option for them, oh well.


I didn’t even know Apple price matched! I always thought of them as a boutique. The price is the price. Good to know! $600 is definitely worth the hassle! B&H is a quality store. Their main store is a couple of blocks up from the flagship Macy’s on 34th St. While it takes up a whole block, it still feels like a mom & pop. Their salesmen actually know all of the product.
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22 weeks ago

Make sure you can really live with a 256 GB drive. It’s really worth the extra for 512 if you can do it. You’ll probably use it for years and regret not having a larger internal drive.


I didn’t even know Apple price matched! I always thought of them as a boutique. The price is the price. Good to know! $600 is definitely worth the hassle! B&H is a quality store. Their main store is a couple of blocks up from the flagship Macy’s on 34th St. While it takes up a whole block, it still feels like a mom & pop. Their salesmen actually know all of the product.


FedEx guy dropped off my new MacBook Pro from B&H at 8 AM this morning. Everything's copied over, old one is reset and I'm taking it back to the Apple Store during lunch, thanks for the tip!

Minor hassle, but definitely worth the 600 bucks. Plus having to sign for a delivery was a good excuse to work from home today.
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