Exclusive Mac discount coupons return for the New YearWith six week-long Black Friday pricing deals expiring over the past 72 hours, a pair of AppleInsider sponsors have teamed up once again to offer readers the lowest prices on Apple's most popular Mac offerings through exclusive discount coupons.
13-, 15-, and 17-inch MacBook Pros
Apple authorized reseller MacMall is offering AI readers an additional 3% off their already reduced prices on 13-, 15-, and 17-inch MacBook Pros through coupon codes embedded in the links below, as well as those in the complete Mac Price Guide (below).
After discounts, the 2.26GHz 13-inch MacBook Pro falls to $1,089.53 ($109.47 savings), the 2.53GHz 13-inch MacBook Pro to $1,367.05 ($131.95 savings), the 2.53GHz 15-inch MacBook Pro to $1,551.05 ($155.82 savings), the 2.80GHz 15-inch MacBook Pro to $2,051.61 ($273.82 savings), and the 2.80GHz 17-inch MacBook Pro to $2,230.35 ($268.65 savings).
For its part, MacConnection continues to offer the lowest price on the 2.66GHz 15-inch MacBook Pro at $1,799.00 ($200.00 savings)
New 21- and 27-inch wide-screen iMacs
Meanwhile, ClubMac has been offering AI readers an additional 3% off Apple's new 21- and 27-inch iMacs. After mail-in rebates are combined with the added 3% discount, the 3.06GHz 21-inch NVIDIA model comes to $1,090.49 ($108.51 savings), the 3.06GHz 21-inch ATI model to $1,375.53 ($123.47 savings), the 3.06GHz 27-inch ATI model to $1,568.13 ($130.87 savings), and the 2.66GHz quad-core 27-inch model to $1,834.13 ($164.87 savings).
In each of the above cases, the resellers' final costs fall below Apple's educational pricing for the respective models. Additional details are available in AppleInsider's Mac Price Guide (printed above), which is updated daily.
MacMall and ClubMac 3% discounts are reflected as "Instant Discount(s)" during checkout, after the items have been added to your shopping cart. Discount will not show up before items are added to your shopping cart.
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