Today’s best deals are headlined by Apple’s 15-inch MacBook Pro, along with a notable Anker Gold Box, and markdowns on refurbished iPhone 8/Plus. Hit the jump for all that and more in today’s 9to5Toys Lunch Break.
Save $950 on Apple’s 15-inch MacBook Pro 512GB
Today only, Woot offers Apple’s 15-inch MacBook Pro 2.3GHz/16GB/512GB for $1,850 in certified refurbished condition. As a comparison, it originally sold for $2,799 but typically is available around $2,200 where still in-stock. Today’s deal matches our previous mention. Apple’s 2019 MacBook Pro sports an Intel Core i9 processor, 16GB of RAM, and a 512GB internal SSD. Ships with four Thunderbolt 3 ports, Touch Bar, Touch ID, and more. Includes a one-year warranty.
Anker and Amazon partner for Gold Box sale
AnkerDirect via Amazon is offering various chargers, cables, and more up to 35% off. Headlining is the PowerPort Strip 2 Mini at $14. Regularly $20, today’s deal marks a new all-time low and 30% off the regular going rate. This portable power strip is great for mobile setups or frequent travelers. It features two AC outlets and two 2.4A USB-A ports, not to mention an ultra-slim design made to easily fold up in your bag.
Today only, iPhone 8/Plus starts at $230
Today only, Woot offers the refurbished Apple iPhone 8/Plus from $230. When available, Apple charges $339 for iPhone 8 at its refurb storefront. Today’s offer is $100 off our previous mention. iPhone 8 offers a 4.7-inch Retina display, A11 chip, Touch ID, and a 12MP camera. Woot promises these phones will be in working order with the usual physical wear you’d expect on a “scratch and dent” device. Ships with a 90-day warranty for added peace of mind.
Best trade-in deals
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