Deals Spotlight: 2019 13-Inch 256GB MacBook Pro Available for $1,299.99 on Amazon ($199 Off, Lowest Price)

Amazon has introduced a new sale on the Mid 2019 13-inch MacBook Pro with a 1.4 GHz processor, 8GB RAM, and a 256GB SSD, now priced at $1,299.99, down from $1,499.00. At $199 off, this is the lowest price we've ever tracked for this model among the major Apple resellers online.

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You can purchase this configuration in both Silver and Space Gray at this price point. Amazon also has the model with a 128GB SSD on sale for $1,149.00, down from $1,299.00 (note that while this is among the lowest prices currently available, it's not a lowest-ever price).

Our full Deals Roundup has even more information on the latest Apple-related sales and bargains. Additionally, you can visit our Black Friday Roundup to stay updated on all of the most notable discounts that are coming later in November.

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4 weeks ago
In 2019 a notebook with 8GB RAM can‘t be considered “pro“, whatever the price is.
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4 weeks ago
CostCo $1,199 for 256gb & $999 for 128gb. Ordered a 256gb yesterday.
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4 weeks ago


What do you think “pro” means?


Profit
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4 weeks ago


That’s weird, I thought Apple was a charity?


No, they’re a company with a single minded focus on profit. Not the intersection of arts and sciences like Steve envisioned.
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4 weeks ago
Tempting, but I’m waiting (with fingers crossed) for the scissors mech keyboard to make its way to the 13” MBP next year.
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4 weeks ago


Tempting, but I’m waiting (with fingers crossed) for the scissors mech keyboard to make its way to the 13” MBP next year.


Agree. I don’t see value in spending a lot of money for something unreliable. Even if it’s a discount.
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4 weeks ago
My advice is to not buy any 128 GB laptop. Since Catalina, macOS upgrades need a lot of space. It doesn't upgrade in-place. Instead, it unpacks to a new partition and upon success, deletes the old one. Great idea, which is super for security and probably more robust as well. But it needs at least 15 gigs free.

So if you'd count with me:
40 gigs for all system files
up to 8 (or 16) gigs of swap files (equal to your memory, but they're cleared on reboot)
8 gigs for the packaged upgrade
15 gigs reserved for upgrades

Furthermore, most people have at least a 10 gig Library folder in their home directory, often with browser cache and various other stuff.

That leaves 128 - 40 - 16 - 8 - 15 -10 = 38 gigs free for your applications, documents, photos, etc. That's not much.
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4 weeks ago


Profit

That’s weird, I thought Apple was a charity?
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4 weeks ago
This isnt a sale. Everything Macbook has been on "sale" continuously for a year! Literally 1 year.

If a product is always "on sale", that "reduced" price is the normal price..

Dont be a sucker!
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4 weeks ago


CostCo $1,199 for 256gb & $999 for 128gb. Ordered a 256gb yesterday.


Me too
“Upgrade “ from late 2013 pro 13” with 8 gm/ 512 gb
Since I went to iCloud storage, I find that I don’t need 512 gb on board. Using about 220 currently
I also have a windows desktop with 1 TB
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