Deals Spotlight: 2019 MacBook Pros Hit New Low Prices, Starting at $1,649.99 ($149 Off)

Amazon is offering the latest MacBook Pro at a new all-time-low price, with savings of up to $199 off original prices. Across the board these are the best deals available online from the major Apple resellers for the all-new MacBook Pro.

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The 2019 MacBook Pros start at $1,649.99 for the 256GB 13-inch model, beating discounts on the same models that appeared last week by $50. You can also save on a 15-inch MacBook Pro, discounted by $199 in this week's sale.

Amazon's 2019 MacBook Pro Sale


Apple updated the MacBook Pro line last month, and these models all have a Touch Bar, updated keyboard, and new 8th and 9th-generation Intel processors. If you're on the hunt for more discounts and bargains as the week begins, be sure to visit our full Deals Roundup, which now includes our latest exclusive discount partnership with Twelve South.

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14 weeks ago
Junk butterfly keyboards?

No deal.

It's amazing that now, four years later, one still cannot buy a quality laptop from Apple. At any price. Here's hoping 2020 is a return to the Mac.
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14 weeks ago
I’ve seen a number of people on these forums state that one would be crazy not to get AppleCare. Except, now you’ve made an expensive computer even more costly. And then you’re left with a questionably reliable machine after AppleCare runs out. I keep my hardware a long time. It’s crazy that people are seemingly ok with this state of affairs.
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14 weeks ago
That’s low? What is this a joke
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14 weeks ago
Still $600 too high.
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14 weeks ago
Call me when it’s under 999
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13 weeks ago

This is what I’m debating doing now. Was it eBay or Craigslist?


I bought this one on eBay, although I bought my previous MacBook Pro on Craigslist. It’s always a calculated risk. I do like that you can check out an eBay seller’s feedback, ask them a question and see if they seem like a non weirdo. These days good eBay sellers post pictures including the serial number, the battery stats and all that. You can look up the warranty coverage, it’s nice.
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14 weeks ago
I would never buy any mbp after 2012.
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14 weeks ago
It seems early for discounts, is this normal?

Am I alone in thinking (hoping) this might be linked to a 16” MBP and apple shifting stock?
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14 weeks ago
when the 512 SSD with 16 gigs of Ram is under 2k i'll consider it.
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14 weeks ago

It seems early for discounts, is this normal?

Am I alone in thinking (hoping) this might be linked to a 16” MBP and apple shifting stock?

I fear it’s just amazon showing off and bringing some pressure to the competition.
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