Apple's Latest Hot Deals: Pick Up 27-inch iMac 5k for $1,299, 500GB G-Drive For $40 And More
The Apple iPhone 8 is expected to retail at a price far higher than its predecessors or so reports say. So, why not veer to the more understated side of the spectrum?
While supplies last, eBay Top Rated Plus seller Dealfellow and Apple authorized reseller B&H are offering a handful of sweet deals on refurbished Apple products including a 27-inch iMac 5k at $1,299 and a 13-inch MacBook Air for a whopping $899.
According to Apple Insider, shoppers this week have about four different deals to snag. This list includes, as mentioned, a refurbished 27-inch iMac 5k (8GB RAM, 1TB memory) for around $1,299 off eBay, a 13-inch MacBook Air for $899, a sweet $100 price cut off an Apple Mac Mini and a 500GB G-Drive for only $40.
The 27-inch iMac 5k normally retails for around $2,000, but Dealfellow offering it at $1,299.99 means shoppers are getting around a $700 discount. Plus no tax for areas outside of NY. Buyers also don't have to worry about quality or damages, seeing as these particular 27-inch iMac 5k models are manufacturer refurbished and come with a one-year warranty.
B&H is an authorized Apple reseller and if prospective buyers are looking for a MacBook Air at a cheaper price, they're in luck. They're offering Apple's current 13-inch MacBook Air with 8GB RAM and 128GB memory at $899.
That's a sweet $100 discount right there and the offer even includes free shipping. As with Dealfellow, B&H won't collect sales tax on orders shipped outside NY and NJ.
There's more, evidently. According to the article, users can tack on AppleCare for the 13-inch MacBook Air for just $229. That's another $20 saved off of regular price. They can also grab the G-Technology 500GB G-Drive from B&H for $39.99, instead of blowing the full $79.99 at original retail price.
Make sure to check out the other sweet deals AppleInside and Apple have running with authorized resellers for this month. Visit their website to find about five other deals on MacBook Pros and AppleCare.