Deals: B&H Photo Offering $100 Off 2018 MacBook Air, Exclusive Speck Discount, and Harry Potter Sale on iTunes

B&H Photo has debuted a new sale this week, discounting the 2018 13-inch MacBook Air by $100 and marking one of the first major discounts for the notebook, which Apple just launched less than one week ago. With the sale, the entry level model of the MacBook Air is now down to $1,099 from $1,199.

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Below we've listed each of the SKUs on sale in Space Gray, and you can find the Silver and Gold options on B&H Photo as well. B&H Photo lists these MacBook Air models as pre-orders, so shoppers will likely have to wait a little longer to get the notebook in, but sales tax will not be collected on orders in certain states.

For today only, B&H Photo is also offering Apple's 15-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar from Mid 2017 (3.1 GHz, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD) for $2,199.00, down from $2,999.00. Additionally, the retailer is offering another model of the same notebook (3.1 GHz, 16GB RAM, 2TB SSD) for $2,799.00, down from $4,199.00.

In an exclusive sale, Speck is offering MacRumors readers a 35 percent sitewide discount through tomorrow, November 14. To get access to the sale, enter the promo code RUMORS35 during the checkout process. Discounts can not be stacked, so the code isn't valid on products already marked down on Speck's site.

Speck's website is full of accessories compatible with iPhone XS, XS Max, XR, 8, and 8 Plus, 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and many more. The company also sells laptop bags and power accessories, so be sure to check out the site before the exclusive discount code expires on Wednesday.

Lastly, those looking to round out their Harry Potter iTunes Movies collection -- or complete it in one go -- should check out the latest sale on Apple's digital movies storefront. In the sale, each individual film is marked down to $7.99 and the complete collection bundle is down to $49.99.

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Originally, individual movies in the series were around $14.99, and the bundle of all eight films was priced at $79.99, so if you've been waiting to add the series into your iTunes Movies library, now is a great time. Additionally, all eight films are available in 4K Dolby Vision.

For more deals, visit our Deals Roundup and read our Black Friday Roundup if you're planning out your shopping for next week.

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Top Rated Comments

lakerchick4life Avatar
71 months ago
Hmm... I hadn't thought about that, thanks :D
Give it a shot you have nothing to lose. Sometimes with these price matches you have to try a few chat agents before you get what you want
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lakerchick4life Avatar
71 months ago
I'm tempted to snag the new Air, but I think I want to wait for more $999 sales, as well as waiting to see what happens (if anything) with a 12" Macbook update over the next few months.
Microcenter has these on sale for 999..so weird, they will have sales on the brand new MacBook airs but NOT the iPad Pros..they both came out at the exact same time
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