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Spend less than $500 on a MacBook Pro

TL;DR: As of Feb. 26, you can score a refurbished MacBook Pro (Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 128GB HDD) for $480.99 — that’s 65% in savings from its $1,399 MSRP.Shopping for a reliable laptop on a budget isn’t the easiest thing in the world. Being a fan of Apple devices probably doesn’t make it any easier, but it’s not impossible. The trick is to shop for refurbished computers like this MacBook Pro. Normally, it would cost $1,399, but you can get it for just $480.99 for a limited time. 

Shop for a refurbished MacBook 

Just because this MacBook Pro is marked down, doesn’t mean it’s not in great condition. It has a “B” refurbished rating, meaning you might notice some light scuffs or scratches, but nothing that will limit how the device actually runs, and there’s a lot you could do with this versatile laptop. Stream your favorite movies, shows, and documentaries on the 13.3-inch HD Retina Display in stunning color rendered by the Intel Iris Plus Graphics 640 GPU. You could even play some games, though the 2.5GHz Intel Core i5 processor may not be up to the highest performance for some modern games. 


If you’re looking for a laptop to use for work, then this one could be a good fit. It comes with 8GB RAM for smooth multitasking, and the 128GB HDD gives you lots of room for locally stored files or apps. Connect another device via Bluetooth for quick wireless file transfers. Remote workers and students might particularly enjoy the battery, which could last up to 10 hours on a single charge. A charger is included with your purchase, but you can also use any compatible USB-C cable. 

Get a MacBook Pro for under $500

Need an upgrade from your old computer? A budget friendly alternative to buying brand-new is to shop for refurbished devices. This refurbished Apple MacBook Pro could be a good match for professionals, students, or anyone who wants a reliable laptop for everyday use, and you can get it for just $480.99 (reg. $1,399). Prices subject to change.images-1.fill_.size_256x192.v1677255595


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