Apple's 2018 MacBook Air now $350 off, matching record low price
B&H Photo has issued a new price drop on Apple's 2018 MacBook Air with the upgraded 256GB model now just $1,049, matching the all-time low.
The new discount on Apple's Late 2018 MacBook Air is $50 cheaper than yesterday's price, according to the AppleInsider MacBook Air Price Guide, with Amazon already sold out at the same price. This particular model features 256GB of SSD storage compared to the 128GB Apple includes with the standard model.
Feature-wise, the specs are very similar to a 2019 model, with both model years sporting the same form factor, finish options, dual Thunderbolt 3 ports and more (a list of all the differences between the two can be found in our 2018 vs 2019 MacBook Air guide.
At press time, the Gold finish is available at $1,049, with Silver and Space Gray ringing in at $50 more. But at $350 off, the Gold MacBook Air is a great option for high school and college students heading back to class and looking for an ultraportable laptop in the Apple ecosystem. To compare it to 2019 MacBook Pro, it would cost $350 more for the cheapest MacBook Pro with 256GB of storage.
Supplies may be limited and B&H is closed for the weekend, so if you're interested you'll want to order today to secure the discounted price.
Deals on Apple's 2019 MacBook Air
- 2019 MacBook Air (1.6GHz, 8GB, 128GB): $899 @ Best Buy ($200 off)
- 2019 MacBook Air (1.6GHz, 8GB, 256GB): $1,099 @ Best Buy ($200 off) Even more 2019 MacBook Air discounts in our Price Guide...
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