Black Friday pregame: Save $320 on the MacBook Air at Amazon

Nov 24, 2019

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As part of Amazon’s Black Friday countdown, it’s offering the MacBook Air 13-inch for $679. This is an excellent deal and the lowest-ever price offered for this laptop. Its specs are good, with an Intel Core i5 Processor, 8gb RAM and a 128gb SSD hard drive.

You can stack this with different promotions in order to bring the cost down to an absurdly low $629:

  • Gift Card Purchase Bonus: There are a few different purchasing gift card offers:
  • Amazon ReloadReload your Amazon gift card with at least $100 in a single transaction and you’ll receive a $10 credit. This is for first-time users only. Expires December 31, 2019.
  • Amazon Photo AppDownload the Amazon Photos App and, enable the Auto-Save feature and you’ll receive a $15 credit to use toward a $25+ purchase. Expires November 30, 2019.
  • Amazon Cash Bonus: Add $20 to your Amazon Cash account, earn a $5 bonus Amazon gift card

Even better, if you’re targeted for one of Amazon’s many points redemption promotions, you can save up to $50:

  • $30 for Citi Credit Card Customers: Spend $50 on items sold and shipped by Amazon, and receive $15 off your purchase. You just have to redeem at least 1 Citi ThankYou point to receive the discount. Expires December 31, 2019.
  • $20 or 20% off for American Express Cardholders: Use just 1 American Express Membership Reward point and receive either $20 off a $100+ purchase or 20% off your purchases, up to $50 off. Applies to everything sold and shipped by Amazon, including gift cards. Expires December 2, 2019.
  • $15 off for Chase Ultimate Reward Credit Cardholders: Use just 1 Chase Ultimate Reward point and receive $15 off a $60+ purchase. Applies to everything sold and shipped by Amazon, including gift cards. Expires Dec. 31, 2019
  • $10 off for Discover Credit Cardholders: Use your Discover cash back toward your purchase and receive $10 off a $30+ purchase. Expires Dec. 31, 2019
  • $10 off for Discover Credit Cardholders: Use your Discover cash back toward your purchase and receive $10 off a $50+ purchase. Expires Dec. 2, 2019 (Note: You might receive a different targeted offer).

All told, you may be able to swing a brand new Apple MacBook Air for under $600 — an unheard of deal. Take advantage while it’s in stock!

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