Amazon-owned deals site Woot is offering low prices on a few refurbished MacBook Pro models today only. You can get the 2017 and 2018 MacBook Pro in both 13-inch and 15-inch sizes, with prices starting at $679.99.

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To start, Woot has the mid 2017 13-inch MacBook Pro (2.3GHz, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD) for $679.99, down from an original list price of $1,299.00. You can increase the storage of this model to 256GB for $789.99, and neither of these MacBook Pros have the Touch Bar.

If you want a model with the Touch Bar, Woot has the mid 2018 13-inch MacBook Pro with a 256GB SSD for $979.99, and a 512GB for $1,079.99. The only 15-inch model available on sale today is the mid 2018 MacBook Pro with 16GB RAM and a 256GB SSD for $1,489.99.

Woot also has refurbished models of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus on sale for today only, starting at just $79.99 for an unlocked 16GB iPhone 6s. Prices on the iPhone 6s Plus start at $129.99 for 16GB and increase from there. These iPhones are expected to have a moderate level of wear and tear, and have been tested to be in full working condition.

If you're an Amazon Prime member, you can get free standard shipping on Woot's website. Our full Deals Roundup has more information on the latest Apple-related sales and bargains.

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cmaier Avatar
18 months ago

Great deal if you don't mind the keyboard.
“Great deal if you aren’t troubled by venomous flying laser sharks”
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BeefCake 15 Avatar
18 months ago
You're better off with the latest model Air than this pricing refurbished for 3 year old Mac.
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smirking Avatar
18 months ago
You're better off with the latest model Air than this pricing refurbished for 3 year old Mac.
That's not correct unless you highly value a true tone screen and extended battery life. A 2017 13" MBP isn't drastically better than a 2018/19 MBA, but it still has higher benchmarks and at this pricing, it's less than the lowest priced MBA.

This is a very good deal.

If I'm looking at this correctly, what Woot is charging $789 for the 256GB model (90-day woot warranty refurbished by Apple) is the same thing that Apple is selling for currently for $1189 (1 year apple warranty, refurbished by Apple and eligible for AppleCare+). That's a big savings. It's curious that the woot one is supposed to be refurbished by Apple; in that event I'd think this is worth the $400 savings.
The base spec 2017 13" MBPs seem to be showing up in discounts everywhere lately. I've been seeing this exact model go for $949 from a retailer in Tennessee that has an eBay store, but that one comes with a one year Apple Warranty and is eligible for AppleCare+. That's already a really good deal, I was surprised to see this Woot deal for $679-789, but it's missing a standard Apple Waranty. I guess about $150 is the wholesale value of that 1 year Apple warranty.
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