Today only: iPad Pros drop to $399, 12-inch MacBooks hit $759

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Amazon-owned Woot is at it again with post-Labor Day deals on ultraportable hardware. Pick up a 2017 iPad Pro for just $399, or snap up remaining 12-inch MacBooks for as low as $759 for 24 hours only.

Flash iPad Pro deals

Kicking off the sale, Woot has multiple flash deals going on now on refurbished 2017 iPad Pros. Apple's 10.5-inch iPad Pro is currently discounted to just $399.99, a $249 markdown off retail and $100 cheaper than the lowest price on the same model in new condition.

Those looking for Apple's larger 12.9-inch iPad Pro can also pick up a second-generation Wi-Fi model (64GB, 2017) on sale for $529.99. This discount is $270 off MSRP, and also comes with free standard shipping for Amazon Prime members.

These iPad Pros are Apple Certified Refurbished and come with a 1-Year Apple warranty per Woot's site for added peace of mind.

10.5-inch iPad Pro deals

12.9-inch iPad Pro (2nd Gen) sale

12" MacBooks also on sale

Apple 12 inch MacBook flash deal
Apple 12-inch MacBook laptops are on sale today only

Apple's 12-inch MacBook is also on sale for one day only at Woot, with multiple storage capacities to choose from. Prices for the ultraportable laptops in refurbished condition start at $759.99, which translates to $430 to $650 off retail. With a majority of resellers sold out of the recently discontinued 12-inch models, this is a great way to pick up a system for college classes or upcoming holiday travel before inventory sells out.

Each of these Woot deals is valid today only (Sept. 3) while supplies last.

12-inch MacBook savings

Additional Apple Deals

Apple Price Guides

AppleInsider and Apple authorized resellers are also running a handful of additional exclusive promotions this month on Apple hardware that will not only deliver the lowest prices on many products, but also throw in cash savings on AppleCare, software and accessories. These deals are as follows:

See if there is a Mac, iPad or Apple Watch deal that will save you $100s by checking out


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