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This. Is. Incredible. Today only, Woot is blowing out three versions of Apple’s 13″ MacBook Pro starting at the amazing price of just $350! We’ve seen great deals on MacBook Pros before but rarely has the entry price been this low. But act fast, because these MacBook deals are from Woot’s “Daily Deals” section. That means that once the stock is sold out, these deals will be over.
We can guarantee, at these remarkable prices these laptops won’t last long. If you’re on the hunt for a new MacBook, go to Woot right now and take advantage of this amazing deal.
Rest assured, this deal is real. Woot is a reputable site—it’s owned by Amazon. One of the original “deals” sites, Woot started way back in 2004. It originally offered one deal a day, until the product ran out. Today, the concept remains the same—once the stock is gone, the deal is gone—but Woot now offers products in seven distinct categories. Amazon bought the site in 2010, and Woot is still a fantastic resource to get daily deals on everything from electronics to garage tools to kitchen appliances.
Here’s another perk: Being a service of Amazon also means that if you’re a Prime member, you’ll get free shipping from Woot. So if you’re lucky enough to grab one of these MacBooks at these incredible prices, you’ll get your new laptop shipped to you for free. How cool is that?
Starting on Tuesday, May 14 1am CT, there will be three MacBook Pros on sale at Woot:
We can’t stress enough that a deal like this will go fast! So stay up late, set an alarm—do whatever you have to do to jump on these MacBook deals.
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