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DealNN: MacBook Pros from $1,430, LaCie hard drives for $40

updated 01:35 pm EDT, Tue June 25, 2013

MacBook Pros from $1,430, LaCie hard drives for $40

At this week, save on the refurbished 17-inch MacBook Pro which would have retailed for around $3,000. It is currently $1,430, which is about $270 less than the lowest price we have seen on this model anywhere else. Free delivery is available, but sales tax applies for residents of California, New Jersey, New York, and Tennessee. This MBP features a 2.2GHz Intel quad core i7 processor, 4GB of RAM and a 750GB hard drive along with AMD Radeon HD 6750M graphics with 1GB of dedicated video memory. A 90-day warranty on parts and labor is included.

Currently, has the 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro for $1,799, which is $50 off their regular price of $1,849 and $350 less than the list price of $2,199. Use coupon code 'TREATURSELF' at checkout to collect 44,975 Rakuten Super Points, which converts to $449.75 that can be spent at

This week at, save 50 percent on the refurbished LaCie 500GB Porsche Design hard drive, it was $80, but has been reduced to only $40. The Netgear dual-band high-definition Internet streaming router has been reduced by $28 which lowers the cost from $100 down to $72 with free shipping at Save 43 percent on the Canon PowerShot A2300 16MP digital camera at Amazon, it was $139, but has been reduced to $79 with free shipping.

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