Deals: Gazelle paying extra for old MacBooks this week; 15″ MacBook Pro for $1599 ($400 off) – Apple Insider

Got an old MacBook laying around? Gazelle this week desires to pay you an additional $25 in your hard earned cash on leading of its existing your hard earned cash trade in value. Meanwhile — at $1,599 — this week’s listing for Apple’s current 15″ MacBook Pro (2.2GHz, 16GB, 256GB) is the lowest rate we’ve ever seen for this model, at $400 off MSRP.


Trade in your old MacBook for your hard earned cash and get hold of a $25 bonus

Gazelle — the nation’s best electronics buyback service and an AppleInsider sponsor — is desperately seeking your old MacBooks this week. As such, it’s throwing in an extra $25 in your hard earned cash payouts on every one of MacBook trade-ins whose value is at the very least $250, through Feb. 14th. So if you’ve had an old MacBook laying about and you haven’t had the moment to position it on Craigslist or eBay, possibilities are you aren’t heading to locate that time anytime soon. So take two moments to answer some quick questions concerning the specs and condition of your old MacBook prior to it degrades further in value, and Gazelle will certainly make you a your hard earned cash provide on the spot and send you a pre-paid shipping box. You’ll after that have actually 30 days to plop your old MacBook inside the box, and shed it in the mail. Gazelle will certainly also wipe your data if you forget to. When the service gets and reviews your MacBook, it’ll issue payment in the means of your choosing.

Below is a sample of current your hard earned cash payouts for some older MacBooks as of press time. These are merely a couple of configurations, you can easily locate your exact model here. Of course, Gazelle is additionally among the the majority of competitive purchasers of old iPhones and old iPads as well.

$529 for a 2.9GHz 13″ MacBook Pro (Late 2012) in Great condition, or $589 in flawless condition.
$401 for a 2.4GHz 13″ MacBook Pro (Late 2013) in Great condition, or $446 in flawless condition.
$295 for a 2.5GHz 13″ MacBook Pro (Mid 2012) in Great condition, or $329 in flawless condition.
$469 for a 2.5GHz 13″ MacBook Pro (Late 2012) in Great condition, or $522 in flawless condition.
$478 for a 2.6GHz 13″ MacBook Pro (Early 2013) in Great condition, or $532 in flawless condition
$546 for a 2.6GHz 13″ MacBook Pro (Mid 2014) in Great condition, or $608 in flawless condition.

$324 for a 2.66GHz 15″ MacBook Pro (Mid 2010) in Great condition, or $361 in flawless condition.
$359 for a 2.2GHz 15″ MacBook Pro (Late 2011) in Great condition, or $400 in flawless condition.
$325 for a 2.0GHz 15″ MacBook Pro (Early 2011) in Great condition, or $362 in flawless condition.
$413 for a 2.3GHz 15″ MacBook Pro (Early 2011) in Great condition, or $460 in flawless condition.
$593 for a 2.3GHz 15″ MacBook Pro (Mid 2012) in Great condition, or $660 in flawless condition.
$750 for a 2.7GHz 15″ MacBook Pro (Early 2012) in Great condition, or $835 in flawless condition.
$671 for a 2.0GHz 15″ MacBook Pro (Late 2013) in Great condition, or $747 in flawless condition.
$776 for a 2.3GHz 15″ MacBook Pro (Late 2013) in Great condition, or $864 in flawless condition.
$1,071 for a 2.5GHz 15″ MacBook Pro (Mid 2014) in Great condition, or $1,192 in flawless condition.

$483 for a 2.3GHz 17″ MacBook Pro (Early 2011) in Great condition, or $538 in flawless condition.
$333 for a 2.66GHz 17″ MacBook Pro (Mid 2010) in Great condition, or $371 in flawless condition.
$643 for a 2.5GHz 17″ MacBook Pro (Late 2011) in Great condition, or $716 in flawless condition.

$348 for a 1.8GHz 13″ MacBook Air (Mid 2012) in Great condition, or $388 in flawless condition.
$426 for a 2.0GHz 13″ MacBook Air (Mid 2012) in Great condition, or $474 in flawless condition.
$372 for a 1.7GHz 13″ MacBook Air (Mid 2013) in Great condition, or $414 in flawless condition.
$495 for a 1.7GHz 13″ MacBook Air (Early 2014) in Great condition, or $549 in flawless condition.

$332 for a 1.7GHz 11″ MacBook Air (Mid 2013) in Great condition, or $370 in flawless condition.
$361 for a 2.0GHz 11″ MacBook Air (Mid 2012) in Great condition, or $402 in flawless condition

Apple’s current 15″ MacBook Pro for $1,599

Meanwhile, eBay deals has actually teamed up along with Blutek today to provide Apple’s mid-2015 15″ MacBook Pro (2.2GHz, 16GB, 256GB) model MJLQ2LL/A for $1,599.00 along with free shipping, which is $400 off Apple’s rate and the lowest rate we’ve ever seen for this current-gen model.

eBay Deals

15″ MBP (2.2GHz, 16GB, 256GB) for $1,599 ($400 off @ eBay Deals)

Apple Authorized

15″ MBP (2.2GHz, 16GB, 256GB) for $1,849 ($150 off @ B&H, no tax outside NY)

15″ MBP (2.2GHz, 16GB, 256GB) for $1,812 ($187 off @ MacMall, tax in the majority of states)

Shoppers need to note that while Blutek is a leading Rated Plus seller and eBay companion that has actually been discounting brand new, sealed Apple merchandise for years, it’s not an authorized Apple reseller. The lowest rate for this model from an authorized reseller can easily be located in our Mac rate Guides. For NY residents, the lowest rate comes from MacMall at $1,812.00 + Tax along with promo code APPLEINSIDER01. For shoppers in every one of others states, the lowest rate from an Apple authorized reseller is $1,849.00 along with no tax from B&H.

Additional Apple Deals

AppleInsider and Apple Authorized Reseller Adorama are additionally operating a handful of extra exclusive promotions this month that will certainly not just deliver the lowest prices on lots of of the models, yet additionally throw in free gifts love AirPrint printers and AppleCare protection plans. These deals are as follows:

See if there is a Mac, iPad, AppleWatch or Certified Used iPhone deal that will certainly spare you $100s by reviewing prices.appleinsider.com and deals.appleinsider.com.

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