Apple reseller B&H Photo today kicked off a new series of promos that let customers get free gift card credit at B&H Photo when they purchase one of Apple's new 2018 MacBook Pros. With the promotion, purchases of a 13-inch MacBook Pro come with a B&H Photo $50 e-gift card and purchases of a 15-inch MacBook Pro come with a $100 e-gift card.

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While this isn't a straight markdown on the prices of the new MacBook Pros, it is a good chance to put money towards other Apple devices and accessories (and many other product categories) if you shop on B&H Photo's website. There are 17 total MacBook Pros available under the new sale, including a few custom configurations, although some are designated as "preorders" and will ship when stock is available.

13-inch MacBook Pro ($50 B&H Photo e-gift card)

15-inch MacBook Pro ($100 B&H Photo e-gift card)

There aren't many other deals on the new MacBook Pros, given how new they are, but students do have a few options available online. At Apple, students and parents of students can get a free or discounted pair of BeatsX, Solo3 Wireless, or Powerbeats3 Wireless headphones with the purchase of any new MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iMac, iMac Pro, or Mac Pro.

Best Buy provides a more direct discount, offering students and parents of students the chance to save $150 on the purchase of the latest MacBook Pros, making the entry-level 13-inch model $1,649.99.

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Best Buy also has one of the best prices available online for the latest 2018 iPads, offering the 32GB Wi-Fi model for $299.99, down from $329.99 and the 128GB Wi-Fi model for $399.99, down from $429.99.

Below is a quick list of other discounts going on this week:

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Head over to our full Deals Roundup for more information on the latest sales.

Related Roundup: Apple Deals

Top Rated Comments

sniffies Avatar
75 months ago
That's like $2 off your next house purchase
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
lec0rsaire Avatar
75 months ago
The Apple education discount is the best deal right now for active university students. It’s a shame I can’t get it anymore. I may have to ask a friend of mine who is a professor.

I also believe that B&H is no longer tax free after this administration went after Internet commerce.

I would love to have the 2.6/32/1TB config. I’m going to wait to see what Intel drops soon. It may be as big of improvement over Coffee Lake as Coffee Lake was over Kaby Lake. Especially those 13” models. If I could live without the extra real estate, I would be all over a quad i7 2018 13”. Great portable machine.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
rjbenson83 Avatar
75 months ago
This is a better deal than Best Buy, EDU, or EPP pricing after factoring in taxes, unless you live in a no tax state. The apple deal can be the best if you flip the free headphones.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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