MacMall extends 48-hour flash sale on MacBook Pro with Retina BTO configurations [u]MacMall on Wednesday kicked off a 48-hour "flash sale" on several custom MacBook Pro with Retina display configurations, offering immediately availability, free 2-Day FedEx shipping, and discounts of up to $160 off MSRP pricing.
Update: On Monday Aug. 27, MacMall said it's relaunching last week's flash sale pricing due to strong customer response.
The sale, which runs through Thursday, Aug 30th 11:59pm Pacific time, extends to AppleInsider readers the lowest prices anywhere on Apple's latest professional notebooks when exclusive 3% coupon codes are combined with the reseller's already reduced pricing.
MacMall, which has served as a long-time sponsor of AppleInsider, notes that supplies of these Retina MacBook Pros are limited, and several configurations are expected to sell out during the course of the sale.
Among the custom BTO configurations currently discounted and in-stock for the promotion are:
- 2.3GHz 15-inch MacBook Pro Retina (16GB, 256GB) for $2,297.92 ($101.08 savings)
- 2.6GHz 15-inch MacBook Pro Retina (16GB, 512GB) for $2,870.22 ($128.78 savings)
- 2.7GHz 15-inch MacBook Pro Retina (16GB, 512GB) for $3,103.02 ($145.98 savings)
- 2.6GHz 15-inch MacBook Pro Retina (16GB, 512GB) for $3,345.52 ($153.48 savings)
- 2.7GHz 15-inch MacBook Pro Retina (16GB, 768GB) for $3,588.02 ($160.98 savings)
To participate in the offer, customers simply need to to use the links in this article or the Mac Price Guide to select their Mac or Macs of choice, then apply AppleInsider coupon code APPINSDRMWB34462 on the resulting MacMall product page for those selected Macs.
In addition to this week's price cuts on MacBook Pros with Retina display, MacMall also continues to extend AI readers the lowest prices anywhere on the remainder of Apple's notebook offerings using the same coupon code and selection process. The additional 3% savings will show up as "Promo Discount(s)" once the coupon code has been applied.
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