Deals: Apple's 13-Inch M2 MacBook Pro Gets First Discounts on Expercom

Expercom recently introduced some of the first discounts on Apple's 13-inch M2 MacBook Pro, which launched last month. At this time, these MacBook Pro models are not in stock, but Expercom estimates a shipping date within 7-14 days.

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Starting with the 256GB model, Expercom has this 13-inch MacBook Pro for $1,234.05, down from $1,299.00. You can also get the 512GB 13-inch MacBook Pro for $1,424.05, down from $1,499.00.

Expercom also has a few custom configuration variants of the 13-inch M2 MacBook Pro at a discount, with the option of boosting memory up to 16GB and 24GB options. Additionally, there's a high-end 2TB model on sale for $1,994.05, down from $2,099.00.

Shoppers should again note that these 13-inch M2 MacBook Pro models are not currently in stock on Expercom, but the retailer suggests a shipping date within the next two weeks for most models. Expercom is the only retailer online to currently offer any markdown on these notebooks.

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Top Rated Comments

russell_314 Avatar
23 months ago
Both of these are in stock at Apple with pick up today at the store or shipping immediately. For a $50-$65 discount I would really have to look up the return policy of the seller. I guess if you were really pinching pennies this would work but I don’t know if I would buy it from a third-party retailer to save $65
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rp2011 Avatar
23 months ago
Yikes. The base 256gb model is not a deal at any price. Stay away.
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adamw Avatar
23 months ago
Get 'em now, especially the larger SSD models, as they will likely be backordered soon.
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Kabeyun Avatar
23 months ago

Apple has far too many Laptop offerings in the current market. Old Air, New Air, 13" Pro, 14" Pro, 16" pro, possible 15" Pro. In a recessionary market, fewer sku numbers means less parts required, better profit, better to ride out tough economic times. This leads to quicker & more price reductions across the line to move inventory.
Agreed. Simplifying the product lineup (and corporate structure) was the first thing Jobs did when he returned to Apple, and sometimes it feels like it has drifted back towards model bloat.
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Runway Avatar
23 months ago
Apple has far too many Laptop offerings in the current market. Old Air, New Air, 13" Pro, 14" Pro, 16" pro, possible 15" Pro. In a recessionary market, fewer sku numbers means less parts required, better profit, better to ride out tough economic times. This leads to quicker & more price reductions across the line to move inventory.
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techfreak23 Avatar
23 months ago
Sounds like they are selling them at cost or just above it... Apple's margin for the dealers is razor thin. Usually like 5-15% depending on the device. Smaller devices like iPods, Watches, iPads, Apple TV, HomePod, etc. were closer to the 5%. Lower end MacBooks/Macs were usually around that 10% mark. Higher end MacBooks/Macs were usually closer to the 15%.

Edit: these figures are from 2017, but I'm sure they haven't improved if it's changed at all.
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