Deals: 9 new MacBook Pros Retina configs in stock at discount; up to $600 off early 2013 modelsIn total, 9 new MacBook Pro with Retina display configurations have turned up in our price guides, 5 of which are in stock at the lowest prices anywhere. Meanwhile, the introduction of these new models have driven price cuts of between $300-$600 on MacBook Pro Retina models introduced back in February.
New MacBook Pros
AppleInsider sponsor MacMall says it's shipping out all 5 of Apple's pre-defined 13- and 15-inch MacBook Air configurations, with the 4 remaining configs shipping in 5-7 business days. AppleInsider readers who use the the MacMall links in our Price Guides (or price guide segments in this article) can then enter coupon code APPLEINSIDER01 in the Promo Code field on MacMall's product pages to save an additional 3% off the retailer's already discounted prices, yielding the lowest prices anywhere on these Macs. The 3% AppleInsider reader discount is available only when ordering online and online orders are processed in the order they are received. (The same coupon also works for all MacBook Airs and iMacs).
Early-2013 MacBook Pros
The introduction of the new MacBook Pros have also triggered steep price cuts on early-2013 MacBook Pro Retina models introduced in February, the majority of which come from Apple Authorized Reseller B&H Photo, as can be seen in the price guide above.
Readers looking to attach a 3-year AppleCare Extended Protection Plan to their early- or late-2013 MacBook Pros can also use our Mac+AppleCare Price Guide (relevant segments also below) to see the combined savings with B&H's exclusive AppleCare bundle pricing (easy 5-step help guide).
Both of these resellers — which rank atop Apple's authorized reseller list — offer free shipping on each Mac order and B&H Photo only charges sales tax to orders shipped to NY, while MacMall only collects sales tax in CA, IL, NY, TN, MN, GA, NC, and WI. This will yield even greater savings for readers outside those states.
New MacBook Pros with AppleCare
If you don't see your desired model at your desired retailer, stay tuned to our Price Guides over the next several days as new SKUs continue to arrive in the channel.
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