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Cheap Apple MacBook Pro 13 Retina Deals

Apple MacBook Pro MR9Q2LL/A with Touch Bar, Core i5-8259U 2.3GHz, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD

Intel Core i5 - Integrated GPU - 8GB RAM - 256GB Storage - SSD - 13.3" Display
Apple MacBook Pro MR9Q2LL/A with Touch Bar, Core i5-8259U 2.3GHz, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD
list price:$1,799
savings:$200
Adorama$1,599.00Aug 25, 2018
shipping:Free shipping
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      Apple MacBook Pro MPXV2LL/A with Touch Bar, Core i5-7267U 3.1Ghz, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD

      Intel Core i5 - Integrated GPU - 8GB RAM - 256GB Storage - SSD - 13.3" Display
      Apple MacBook Pro MPXV2LL/A with Touch Bar, Core i5-7267U 3.1Ghz, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD
      list price:$1,799
      savings:$400
      B&H Photo$1,399.00Aug 20, 2018
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      • Michael Tibi
        Michael Tibi posted thisAug 20, 2018

        Solid deal on this mid-2017 model MacBook Pro. If you want that much-touted Touch Bar plus these specs, this is the best price out by $400.

        Apple MacBook Pro 13 Retina ME865LL/A Core i5-4258U 2.4GHz, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD (Refurbished)

        Intel Core i5 - 8GB RAM - 256GB Storage - 13.3" Display
        Apple MacBook Pro 13 Retina ME865LL/A Core i5-4258U 2.4GHz, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD (Refurbished)
        list price:$1,999.99
        savings:$1,380
        Daily Steals$619.99Aug 20, 2018
        shipping:Free shipping
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        • Daniel Brasher
          Daniel Brasher posted thisAug 20, 2018

          Want a MacBook Pro 13 without the MacBook Pro price? This Daily Steals deal gets you a refurb Retina model with Core i5 Haswell and plenty of RAM and SSD to get the job done for $620 flat, making the best deal to date by over $500.

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        The average price for this deal since released is $1166.66. Lowest historic price was $619.99 on Aug 20, 2018 at Daily Steals.

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        • Daniel Brasher
          Daniel BrasherNov 19, 2014when the price was $1,149.99

          Best price we've ever seen on the mid-2013 model Retina MBP, beating the previous low last seen a month ago by over a hundred dollars. B&H Photo has Amazon beat by nearly $200. The MacBook Pro is the workhorse of Apple laptops, so if you edit photos on the go or need solid processing performance in a relatively compact package, this might be the choice for you.

        • Daniel Brasher
          Daniel BrasherOct 20, 2014when the price was $1,279.99

          Best price we've seen on this mid-2013 MacBook Pro 13 Retina config by $20, and B&H Photo beats others today by over $100. If you need a workhorse that can multitask and won't have problems with most things you throw at it (other than gaming), this would be one to consider.

        • Daniel Brasher
          Daniel BrasherAug 01, 2014when the price was $1,299.99

          Nice deal and lowest price we've ever seen on this MBP 13 Retina. Gives you a 2.4GHz Core i5, 8GB RAM, and a 256GB SSD. eBay's got it for over $100 less than you'd pay anywhere else right now.

        • Viet Do
          Viet DoDec 02, 2013when the price was $1,399.99

          2013 MacBook Pro 13 with Retina Display at lowest price on the market during Cyber Monday from B&H Photo. Its currently backordered but this is the only place with a quick and easy $100 discount on this premium machine.

        Apple MacBook Pro with Touch Bar, Core i5-8259U 2.3Ghz, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD (MR9R2LL/A, MR9V2LL/A)

        Intel Core i5 - Integrated GPU - 8GB RAM - 512GB Storage - SSD - 13.3" Display
        Apple MacBook Pro with Touch Bar, Core i5-8259U 2.3Ghz, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD (MR9R2LL/A, MR9V2LL/A)
        list price:$1,999
        savings:$59.01
        eBay$1,939.99Jul 25, 2018
        shipping:Free shipping
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            EXPIRED: Apple MacBook Pro MD101LL/A Core i5-3210M 2.5GHz, 4GB RAM, 500GB HDD (Refurbished)

            Intel Core i5 - Integrated GPU - 4GB RAM - 500GB Storage - HDD - 13.3" Display
            Apple MacBook Pro MD101LL/A Core i5-3210M 2.5GHz, 4GB RAM, 500GB HDD (Refurbished)
            list price:$1,199.99
            savings:$840.99
            eBay$359.00
            expiredSep 24
            shipping:Free shipping
            EXPIRED: Sep 24
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            • Michael Tibi
              Michael Tibi posted thisJul 23, 2018

              If you're not going for Retina display, you can still get a very upgradeable 2012 MacBook Pro for $359 via a reputable eBay seller. Upgrade to an SSD and max out the RAM for a serviceable option.

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            The average price for this deal since released is $891.72. Lowest historic price was $359 on Jul 23, 2018 at eBay.

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            • Michael Tibi
              Michael TibiJun 14, 2018when the price was $379.00

              Don't need a Retina display? This reasonably powerful MacBook Pro is down to $379 at eBay deals. Put in an SSD, max out the RAM, and power compute away.

            • Mike Paddock
              Mike PaddockOct 27, 2016when the price was $489.00

              MacBook Pro under $500 anyone? The specs are from 2012, but still a price you don't often see for any MacBook Pro.

            • Daniel Brasher
              Daniel BrasherAug 24, 2016when the price was $794.99

              Still available! For those who want a Mac workhorse AND a built in optical drive (yes, they still exist!) and don't care about a Retina screen, this old-school MacBook Pro config's under $800 via reputable eBay seller. Swap for more RAM and an SSD for a multitasking machine.

            • Daniel Brasher
              Daniel BrasherJun 09, 2016when the price was $799.99

              If you're not going for Retina display, you can still get a very upgradeable 2012 MacBook Pro for $800 flat via a reputable eBay seller. Upgrade to an SSD and max out the RAM for a serviceable option.

            • Mike Paddock
              Mike PaddockMay 16, 2016when the price was $799.99

              2012 MacBook Pro in new condition ties its all time low on Blutek's eBay store page. Originally a $1,199 model back in the day. Sells for about $900 at most retailers.

            EXPIRED: Apple MacBook Pro MD102LL/A Core i7-3520M 2.9GHz, 8GB RAM, 750GB HDD (Refurbished)

            Intel Core i7 - Integrated GPU - 8GB RAM - 750GB Storage - HDD - 13.3" Display
            Apple MacBook Pro MD102LL/A Core i7-3520M 2.9GHz, 8GB RAM, 750GB HDD (Refurbished)
            list price:$1,499.99
            savings:$980
            eBay$519.99
            expiredSep 11
            shipping:Free shipping
            EXPIRED: Sep 11
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            • Michael Tibi
              Michael Tibi posted thisJul 10, 2018

              If you don't need Retina display or the Kaby Lake processors, you can get this workhorse MacBook Pro with Core i7 2.9GHz for the lowest price we've ever seen by $30. Swap out the HDD for an SSD and you're set.

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            The average price for this deal since released is $1254.06. Lowest historic price was $519.99 on Jul 10, 2018 at eBay.

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            • Daniel Brasher
              Daniel BrasherFeb 16, 2018when the price was $549.99

              Don't need a Retina display? This refurb MacBook Pro is several processor generations behind, but you can still get snappy performance swapping the HDD for an SSD. Obviously several years since this model has been current, but this still makes the lowest price we've seen on it by nearly $700.

            • Mike Paddock
              Mike PaddockOct 13, 2013when the price was $1,300.00

              Solid $199 off the latest 13-inch MacBook Pro with a Core i7 processor. Sells for $1,499 at the Apple Store.

            • Mike Paddock
              Mike PaddockJul 15, 2013when the price was $1,299.99

              With the new June MacBook Pro refresh lineup now available, it's time to move old Mac off the shelves. Best Buy has a new low on this June 2012 Core i7 MacBook Pro by $49. If you want the latest June 2013 model you’ll pay a good $199 more at its $1,499 Apple Store price.

            • Mike Paddock
              Mike PaddockApr 26, 2013when the price was $1,349.99

              Rare two day discount on the latest 13" Apple MacBook Pro, now $1,350 with free shipping. That's $149 off the $1,499 Apple Store price. Only $0.99 from all-time low of $1,349 that we saw 9 months ago.

            EXPIRED: Apple MacBook Pro 13 MC700LL/A Core i5-2410M, 4GB RAM, 320GB HDD (Refurbished)

            Intel Core i5 - Integrated GPU - 4GB RAM - 320GB Storage - HDD - 13.3" Display
            Apple MacBook Pro 13 MC700LL/A Core i5-2410M, 4GB RAM, 320GB HDD (Refurbished)
            list price:$1,399.99
            savings:$1,060.99
            eBay$339.00
            expiredSep 10
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            EXPIRED: Sep 10
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            • Michael Tibi
              Michael Tibi posted thisJul 09, 2018

              Need a reliable OS X laptop? If you don't need the latest specs, check out this old school MacBook Pro 13 for under $400 at its lowest ever price today. Bump the RAM up to 8GB and throw in an SSD for improved performance.

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            The average price for this deal since released is $761.56. Lowest historic price was $339 on Jul 9, 2018 at eBay.

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            • Mike Paddock
              Mike PaddockFeb 23, 2016when the price was $509.99

              How much does a MacBook Pro cost from 2011? Apparently $510 with free ship on eBay Deals on this MacBook Pro 13.3-inch model. Historic low price.

            • Mike Paddock
              Mike PaddockOct 05, 2015when the price was $524.99

              How cheap is an Apple MacBook Pro 13 from 2011 going for these days. For a machine that old it's impressive the lowest price ever is $525 from eBay Powerseller instantreplayelectronics.

            • Michael Tibi
              Michael TibiSep 14, 2015when the price was $529.99

              MacBook Pro under $600 anyone? Today this 2011 model dropped to $530 with free shipping on eBay Deals. One of the lowest prices ever seen and $769 off the original $1,299 list price.

            • Daniel Brasher
              Daniel BrasherJun 08, 2015when the price was $594.99 with 1 coupon for $15.00 off

              Don't need the latest and greatest MacBook? This 2011 MacBook Pro 13 is perfectly serviceable - just swap the platter drive with an SSD and pop more RAM in for an everyday laptop. Today's refurb price beats all previous records by $29 via a reputable eBay seller.

            • Mike Paddock
              Mike PaddockNov 13, 2013when the price was $739.99

              Cheap MacBook Pro anyone? This 2011 MacBook Pro 13 is down to $740 with free shipping on NewEgg's eBay page. Next best price online is $790 or $50 more.

            EXPIRED: Apple MacBook MF865LL/A Core M-5Y51, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD (Refurbished)

            Intel Core i5 - Integrated GPU - 8GB RAM - 512GB Storage - SSD - 12.0" Display - 1440p
            Apple MacBook MF865LL/A Core M-5Y51, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD (Refurbished)
            list price:$1,299.99
            savings:$500
            Woot$799.99
            expiredJul 25
            shipping:$5
            EXPIRED: Jul 25
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            • Michael Tibi
              Michael Tibi posted thisJul 25, 2018

              New historic low price on this specd out MacBook at Woot. Solid choice if you want a Retina screen in the lightest form factor available without compromising too much on sheer storage and performance.

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            The average price for this deal since released is $1121.24. Lowest historic price was $804.99 on Jul 25, 2018 at Woot.

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            • Daniel Brasher
              Daniel BrasherMar 31, 2017when the price was $939.99 with 1 coupon for $10.00 off

              Like a Retina screen but don't need the added power or higher pricetag of a MacBook Pro? This MacBook would be perfect - 8GB RAM and half a terabyte of SSD storage should cover most uses easily. Today's deal ties cheapest ever.

            • Daniel Brasher
              Daniel BrasherOct 10, 2016when the price was $1,069.99

              Remember when Apple finally listened to our pleading cries and put a Retina screen in the MacBook Air...and called it a MacBook? Here's that first gen model, heavily discounted in refurbished condition via Groupon. Plenty of storage and RAM for multitaskers and obviously highly portable, never mind the stellar screen. Today's deal makes a new low on this config by $30, with solid savings on the other spec'd options as well. These also feature Apple's Force Touch functionality, giving another dimension of interface through the varying pressure you apply to the touchpad.

            • Mike Paddock
              Mike PaddockMay 10, 2016when the price was $1,099.99

              Last month Apple refreshed the 12-inch MacBook, but if you don't mind getting last year's models there are discounts popping up on the net. Best discount today is this 8GB / 512GB config down to $1,100 on eBay Deals. Five hundred bucks cheaper than the $1,600 the Apple Store was charging. New low by $175. Available in Gold, Gray, or Silver.

            • Mike Paddock
              Mike PaddockJan 18, 2016when the price was $1,289.99

              Today the 12-inch MacBook with 512GB SSD down to $1,290 from eBay Powerseller "electronicsvalley". New low by $10 and $310 off the original $1,600 MSRP.

            MacBook Pro 13: What's Pro About It?

            The MacBook Pro 13 line has seen some big advancements in recent months. Regardless of your resolution needs, the entire current MacBook Pro 13 line has a few features that set its models apart from the general laptop pack. All boast extruded aluminum bodies, impressive battery life (~7 hours), speedy Ivy Bridge Core i5 and i7 processors, Thunderbolt ports, USB 3.0, and of course OS X Mountain Lion.

            Retina Display: You Want It (But Do You Need It?)

            The most hyped improvement over previous generation MacBook Pro 13s is the Retina display option. First seen on the MacBook Pro 15, the Retina display on the MacBook Pro 13 features a whopping 2560x1600 resolution. Based on the pixel pitch, most people won't be able to see the pixels at all. Losing the ability to see pixels is the first step into an ostensibly more natural, comfortable computing environment and opens up the possibilities of better photo and video editing in particular.

            Whether the superior display is worth the several hundred dollar price premium depends on how you plan to use your MacBook Pro 13. If you want to edit photos, videos, or do graphic design, the Retina display will certainly be helpful. And there's something to be said for getting the best product available.

            Yet the Retina display may not be the best display for you. If you're trying to do gaming (yes, Mac owners occasionally game), the graphics apparatus has to drive more pixels, leaving less room to boost framerate and responsiveness. The regular MacBook Pro 13 screen is very pretty by most standards and will do just fine for most purposes.

            So if you've got a couple extra hundred to throw at the machine, upgrade the RAM or put in a big SSD. Your applications will load so fast you won't even see the pixels fly past.