Woot is back this week with a big sale on a wide variety of refurbished Apple products, ranging from the iMac to the iPad mini. Sale prices start at $79.99 for the first generation iPad mini, and you can also find a few other iPad mini models, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, and more.

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This includes the 16GB iPad mini 4 at $199.99, or the 16GB iPad mini 2 at $109.99. Both iPads are estimated to arrive between April 21 and 27, with free shipping for Amazon Prime members.

There are a good number of MacBooks on sale as well, dating back to models from around 2012 and some more recent. You can get the 2012 13-inch MacBook Air with 128GB for $359.99, or opt for more storage at 256GB for $389.99. You'll find the same shipping estimates and free shipping for Prime members on MacBooks as well.

For the iMac, Woot is pricing the 2013 27-inch iMac with a 1TB hard drive and 16GB RAM at $799.99. Woot has numerous other iMacs, iPads, and MacBooks on sale, and a few of them have already sold out at the time of writing, so be sure to visit the sale soon.

All of the items in Woot's Apple sale today are previously-used devices that have been refurbished to working condition. Woot says that many of its refurbished products relate to "buyer's remorse" returns and discontinued items, and customers can expect a 90 day warranty to come with many of the products sold on Woot.

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Top Rated Comments

Tekguy0 Avatar
13 months ago
I'll stick to Apple Certified Refurbished, thank you very much.
Score: 10 Votes (Like | Disagree)
JoshCalvetti Avatar
13 months ago
man the original mini has been borderline unusable since 2015. $80 is a ripoff.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
bkendig Avatar
13 months ago
I'm really surprised they're selling some of these. The 2011 MacBook Pro laptops can only run up to High Sierra (from two years ago), and the 1st-gen iPad Mini can only run up to iOS 9 (from four years ago). Fine if you really need something with an Apple logo on it, I guess, but they're going to have compatibility issues.
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
nikon1 Avatar
13 months ago
No discount is worth the gamble when ordering from WOOT! The worst customer service and “shady” descriptions.

thanks, but “No Thanks!
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Ultramove69 Avatar
13 months ago
I love saving money, who doesn't...but a brand new $329 iPad with 32GB, significant processor boost, and full 1 year Apple warranty feels like a better value. Just my 2 cents, spend them however you wish. If you're a student that gap is further reduced.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Freeangel1 Avatar
13 months ago
I don't like to order from woot. they have long standing bad customer Service , return policy, happy customers. I had a very bad experience myself. even though they are owned by amazon it is best and recommended you only buy on amazon site and forget WOOT.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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