Exclusive: Lowest prices anywhere on over a dozen MacBook Pro Retina configurationsIn addition to the one-off deals on some of Apple's MacBook Pro with Retina display configurations, AppleInsider is proud to once again team up with MacMall to offer readers unbeatable prices on roughly 15 MacBook Pro with Retina configurations, some of which have been slashed by over $815 from MSRP pricing that was effective just last week.
When using the links in our price guides (also below) and then manually applying AppleInsider's exclusive 3% coupon code APPINSDRMWB38717 in the promo code field that reveals itself on MacMalls MacBook Pro (and MacBook Air) pages and then manually clicking the "Apply" link, readers can save hundreds of dollars on their purchases over Apple's standard pricing.
For instance, a 2.9GHz 13" MacBook Pro with Retina display, 8GB of memory, and a 256GB flash drive, comes to just $1,697.49 with the added 3% discount ($501 savings), while a 2.6GHz 15" MacBook Pro with Retina display, 8GB of memory and a 512GB flash drive comes in at $2,327.98 ($471 savings).
The discounts become even steeper when stepping up to models with 16GB of RAM and flash drives ranging in size from 512GB to 768GB. As an example, a fully-loaded 2.5GHz 13" MacBook Pro with 8GB of memory and a 768GB flash drive sells for $2,182.49 ($816 savings) with the coupon, while a fully-loaded 2.7GHz 15" MacBook Pro with 16GB of memory and a 768GB flash drive comes in at $3,199 ($550 savings).
AppleInsider's Mac Price Guides will continue to track any price adjustments as Apple and its partners move to regain momentum in Mac sales that it lost during the most recent holiday quarter.
Please note that models highlighted in green indicate slightly revised models introduced Wednesday that have not yet made it to stores and are available for pre-order only. They're expected to begin shipping from MacMall by early next week at the latest, and the reseller works off first-come, first-serve through online pre-orders.
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