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Hi,

I'm looking to find out Canadian pricing for a less than 2month old machine in immaculate condition, and yes I'm the sole owner and purchaser with receipts to prove this.

2018 Apple MacBook Pro 13" with TouchBar (Four Thunderbolt 3 Ports)
CPU: Quad Core 2.3 GHz Intel Core i5
Memory: 16 GB 2133 MHz LPDDR3
Graphics: Intel Iris Plus Graphics 655 1536 MB
Storage: 512GB SSD (soldered of course as per Apple)
Original USB-C Charging Block and Cable
Retail Box, Bag, Manual + stickers,

I'm in Toronto.
Shipping will be a bit of an issue as I have no funds currently to ship; so need to consider that.
 

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12 views but nobody has any commentary on actual pricing?
 

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As usual, the best price will be one that both buyer and seller can agree on and greedy sellers usually don't have much luck.

But you can do a perusal for any like models on ebay.ca and have a look at the sold items list to get a good idea of a good reasonable price.

Also be aware that there may be an announcement of newer, later released models happening soon that possibly could lessen the value of your earlier 2018 MBPro model. Or increase it's value if Apple goofs up too much and removes more stuff and extra ports etc.



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Many thanks.

This model was just released late July 2018 ;)
Only the MacBook and MacBook Air will be released/announced this month and I'm sure their performance will not be too close. Yet you are right Xmas time update to the MBP may affect my pricing.

Much appreciated.
 

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If it’s really that new of a model and Apple is still selling it check the website and knock 10% off retail (or 25% off your final receipt price). That will cover the tax and the fact it’s “used”.

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If it’s really that new of a model and Apple is still selling it check the website and knock 10% off retail (or 25% off your final receipt price). That will cover the tax and the fact it’s “used”.

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That's a good idea, but maybe even better to check Apple.ca Store site's "Refurbished" list for a similar MBPro model, they are already discounted as "used" I guess.



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