Deals Spotlight: B&H Photo Offers Low Prices on MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iMac, and Mac mini for Green Monday

Today is Green Monday, another shopping event that offers savings on electronics and other products as we get closer to the holidays. At B&H Photo, this means you can get all-time-low prices on the 13-inch MacBook Pro, iMac, MacBook Air, and Mac mini.

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You can find all of these sales in the lists below, and browse even more discounts at B&H Photo on the retailer's website. Given the limited run of the event, many of these deals are expected to expire either later tonight or sometime this week, so check out the discounts soon.

2019 13-Inch MacBook Pro


2019 13-Inch MacBook Air


2018 Mac mini


2019 iMac


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6 weeks ago
What the hell is a Green Monday?
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6 weeks ago
The current Mac mini price is pathetic, even on sale.
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6 weeks ago
I still think these MacBooks (Pro and Air) and the Mini are too expensive for what they offer. Tiny hard drives, slow RAM, throttling or bad heat management, bad keyboards, I just could not justify it.

Since it has been pointed out before: I do need storage, I cannot rely on cloud services. My line of work requires enormous file sizes and often field work where cloud services are useless.
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6 weeks ago


The current Mac mini price is pathetic, even on sale.

For a Core i3 and integrated graphics it's bad. If I were in the market for one, I'd be waiting for a couple hundred off as a minimum.
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6 weeks ago


The 8 TB SSD is too tiny?


I don’t know where you saw that, all the listings here are 128 GB and 256 GB.
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6 weeks ago


I still think these MacBooks (Pro and Air) and the Mini are too expensive for what they offer. Tiny hard drives, slow RAM, throttling or bad heat management, bad keyboards, I just could not justify it.

Since it has been pointed out before: I do need storage, I cannot rely on cloud services. My line of work requires enormous file sizes and often field work where cloud services are useless.


Not to mention previous generation processors.
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6 weeks ago
With the next refresh Apple needs to double the base SSD to 256 GB as well, that goes for both the Mac mini and MacBook Air. With the 16" MacBook Pro they are finally waking up and realizing that people want larger SSDs now that even the faster NVMe ones are no longer cost-prohibitive enough to charge circa 2013 prices for.
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