Deals: Get a Refurbished 13-Inch MacBook Pro for $900 in Woot's New 1-Day Sale

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Woot is selling the 13-inch MacBook Pro with a 128GB SSD today for $899.99 in refurbished condition, down from Apple's price of $1,299.00 ($400 off). This model has a 1.4GHz Intel Core i5 processor and 8GB RAM, and first launched in mid 2019. Comparatively, Apple's own refurbished store is selling this model for $1,099.00.

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For more storage, the same MacBook Pro with a 256GB SSD can be purchased for $1,029.99, down from $1,499.00. Both notebooks are available in either Space Gray or Silver, have the Touch Bar, and a 13-inch Retina Display.

$400 OFF
MacBook Pro (Refurb) for $899.99

You'll also get a one year Woot Warranty with purchase of the MacBook Pro. Woot notes that the notebooks have been repaired by professionals to be in proper working order, and they will come in a generic white box with Apple's USB-C power adapter and charge cable.

Woot is owned by Amazon, so Amazon Prime members can also get free shipping on all Woot orders. Be sure to visit Woot's homepage to shop for more flash deals, today including the LG Ultrafine 5K Monitor and Soundbar.

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7 months ago
128gb... 2001 called and wants its storage back
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7 months ago
No magic keyboard, no sale ?
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7 months ago


128gb... 2001 called and wants its storage back

I don't know where you got 128GB of storage as standard in 2001.

Most people were buying 30~40GB mechanical hard drives back in those days. The first MacBook Air had the option of a 64GB/128GB SSD in 2008, seven years later.

Also, even at this price, it still has the butterfly keyboard. No sale.
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7 months ago


128gb... 2001 called and wants its storage back

Did you mean 2011?

I doubt most people would have even fathomed a 128GB solid-state drive in 2001, let alone expected one as a base configuration in a 13" laptop.
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7 months ago
So if the butterfly keyboard breaks will Apple fix it for free?
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7 months ago


Those are "refurbished" units. So, when the keyboard stops working, who do you call?

GHOST BUSTERS!
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