Deals Spotlight: Get the 512GB 15-Inch MacBook Pro for $2,199 ($600 Off, Lowest Ever)

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B&H Photo is discounting the 2019 15-inch MacBook Pro to a new low price today. You can get the 2.3 GHz 8-Core model with 16GB RAM and a 512GB SSD for $2,199.00, down from $2,799.00. This was one of Apple's base configurations of the 15-inch MacBook Pro, and at this price it's only available in Space Gray.

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At $600 off, B&H Photo's sale is currently the best price for this configuration of the 15-inch MacBook Pro available online, and it comes in $100 below the previous best price we tracked for this model. The new sale will last through tomorrow, December 20 at 4:30 p.m. ET.

This notebook also has a 2880 x 1800 Retina Display, Apple T2 chip with "Hey Siri" functionality, a Touch Bar with Touch ID, and more. Head to our full Deals Roundup to shop for even more discounts on Apple products and related accessories.

Update 7:28 p.m.: Amazon is now matching B&H's pricing, knocking $600 off the original price of this model to bring it down to $2199.

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11 months ago
The 16" with 16GB/512gb is the exact same $2199 on Amazon today, and has a functional keyboard. This is no deal.
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11 months ago
who would want that dreadful keyboard anyway?
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11 months ago
“$600 off” makes it sound like a good deal, but it isn’t. It’s $2200 with 512/16, and you can get the new 16” with 512/16 for $2400 (plus it goes on sale). The change in base storage (from 256 to 512) means these older models need heavy discounts just to be in line with what is now a standard configuration.
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11 months ago


who would want that dreadful keyboard anyway?

junk hardware. Completely agree with your keyboard comment. Tim can stuff it along with his dongles.

really hoping the new MacBooks come out soon with new keyboards and hopefully some useful ports :S I’m wishing too much for the last one because Timmy loves his dongle revenue
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11 months ago


“$600 off” makes it sound like a good deal, but it isn’t. It’s $2200 with 512/16, and you can get the new 16” with 512/16 for $2400 (plus it goes on sale). The change in base storage (from 256 to 512) means these older models need heavy discounts just to be in line with what is now a standard configuration.

This is so true. Unless it was significantly cheaper than the newer model it’s not worth it. The $600 claim is a bit misleading. The $200 reality isn’t significantly cheaper it’s definitely not worth it
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11 months ago
Lowest quality keyboard ever
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