Best Buy started its newest flash sale this morning, offering deals on Apple products and more through tonight at 11:59 p.m. CT. This includes deals on the MacBook Pro, iPhone X, 4K TVs, Arlo security cameras, and more.

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The flash sale is mainly focused on the 15-inch model of the MacBook Pro, with discounts ranging from $500 off to $1,500 off select notebooks. Prices start at $1,899.99 for the 15-inch model with a 2.6GHz 6-Core Intel processor, 16GB RAM, and a 256GB SSD, marking the lowest-ever price for this configuration.

15-inch MacBook Pro

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Top Rated Comments

QCassidy352 Avatar
52 months ago
It’s weird (bordering on disingenuous) to describe these in terms of discount off of the original price when these aren’t current models. I mean it’s not technically wrong, but when the base 15” with 16/256 has been replaced by a base 16” with 16/512 at the same price, the old 15” should never ever be sold at its original price.
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randyhudson Avatar
52 months ago
Good luck foisting those defective keyboards
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russell_314 Avatar
52 months ago

I checked, you are right, all of them are over $1100 with taxes, something is not right here unless the discount is applied later.

By the way, this is further proof that new Macs are coming.
New Macs are here with the improved keyboard. That's why they're trying to get rid of the old ones. Is it worth saving $500 to get a computer with lesser keyboard, CPU, GPU, SSD and screen? That would be up to the individual.
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