Deals: $120-$270 off MacBook Pros with CD/DVD drive; up to $570 off Retina closeout modelsReaders in the market for one of Apple's MacBook Pro models with a built-in CD/DVD drive can save up to $270 this weekend from one of the company's authorized resellers, who has similarly discounted last year's 13- and 15-inch MacBook Pro Retina models by up to $570.
The discounts, offered by MacMall, are the lowest prices anywhere for the following models, but the retailers is offering AppleInsider readers an additional $20 off those prices. To take advantage of the deal, just use the links in this article or our Apple Price Guides at prices.appleinsider.com to activate the Promo Code field on MacMall's pages and then manually apply coupon code APPLEINSIDER01 to achieve the following discounted prices:
Current MacBook Pros with CD/DVD drive
- 13" MacBook Pro 2.5GHz4GB/500GB/CD/DVD for $1,079.99 ($119.01 savings)
- 13" MacBook Pro 2.9GHz/8GB/750GB/CD/DVD for $1,259.99 ($239.01 savings)
- 15" MacBook Pro 2.3GHz/4GB/500GB/CD/DVD for $1,529.99 ($270.01 savings)
MacBook Pro with Retina Display (2012 models)
- 13" MacBook Pro Retina 2.6GHz/8GB/512GB for $1,549.99 ($249.01 savings)
- 13" MacBook Pro Retina 3.0GHz/8GB/512GB for $1,649.99 ($549.01 savings)
- 15" MacBook Pro Retina 2.4GHz/8GB/256GB for $1,729.99 ($570.01 savings)
- 15" MacBook Pro 2.7GHz/16GB/512GB for $2,279.99 ($519.01 savings)
- 15" MacBook Pro 2.8GHz/16GB/768GB for $2,479.99 ($569.01 savings)
Since MacMall only charges sales tax in CA, NY, IL, WI, MN, CO, TN, NC and GA, the prices above will be the final prices for residents outside those states. The same APPLEINSIDER01 promo code will also knock an additional $20 off any of the other MacBook Pro and MacBook Air models from the retailer listed in the Price Guides.
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