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Apple trims refurbished MacBook Air prices

12 June 2012 1,155 views 3 Comments

Sometimes it takes a few days or even weeks. In this case, however, Apple moved quickly to reduce refurbished MacBook Air prices — not huge discounts, but cheaper is always better. For example, last year’s entry-level MBA is now tagged at $759, which is $40 less than yesterday.

Discounts off yesterday’s prices start at $10 and escalate rapidly. The higher end you go, the more you can potentially save.

[p] 11-inch MacBook Air 1.6GHz (i5), $759 (799, 899)
— 2GB, 64GB, Thunderbolt, HD Graphics 3000

[p] 11-inch MacBook Air 1.6GHz, $789 (799)
— 4GB, 128GB SSD, GeForce 320M

[p] 11-inch MacBook Air 1.6GHz (i5), $849 (899, 999)
— 4GB, 128GB SSD, Thunderbolt, HD Graphics 3000

[p] 13-inch MacBook Air 1.7GHz (i5), $929 (999, 1199)
— 4GB, 128GB SSD, Thunderbolt, HD Graphics 3000

[p] previous generation, [c] current generation. All listed models in stock when published.

Of course, we will be keeping an eye out for other post WWDC refurbished Mac discounts.

Spot one? Share it in the comments below…

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