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Hi

I just want to know where i can get a good deal for macbook?

Gumtree? Ebay auction??

Cex?

If you are in London do you know any local shops with used laptops?

I am looking for s macbook pro 13 inch 4gb ram

Look forward for your recommendation.
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That stuff never goes on sale, unless you know someone who transports them...
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Supposedly DoubleA sells them, but every time I asked for more info he doesn't give any...

But....do you have access to Best Buy's private marketplace?

You can find some killer deals on Apple products there. It's mostly all returned or refurb goods.
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Think bestbuy is USA only right?
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Yeah I think so. But if you use a VPS with a US IP to access the Best Buy site you'll be able to sign in.
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Hi

I just want to know where i can get a good deal for macbook?

Gumtree? Ebay auction??

Cex?

If you are in London do you know any local shops with used laptops?

I am looking for s macbook pro 13 inch 4gb ram

Look forward for your recommendation.
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Gawd, you meet some shocking sellers there

To keep your costs down, it would be preferable to shop locally as you suggested. London, eh? BBL

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But....do you have access to Best Buy's private marketplace?
Would have to be checked but power source may be an issue.

UK is 220V & USA is 110V

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Would have to be checked but power source may be an issue.

UK is 220V & USA is 110V

Ahhh, you are a smart lady!
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I had a Macbook...It is expensive so what I did to get it for cheap, I purchased a broke one online and had a guy who fixes computers and laptops for cheap at the swapmeet fix it for me. I saved alot of money....Just saying
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greenbean is on the ball as per normal..

macbook from usa isn't a good idea, its alot of headache with power sources, plugs, adapters etc..and what happens if you want to return it or its damaged and its from the usa?
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Would have to be checked but power source may be an issue.

UK is 220V & USA is 110V

Funny thing is that MANY computers these days are built to auto-deal with both voltages - check the manuals

I just look at 2 laptops at ...best buy (of all the places) and they automatically deal with 220 V vs. 110 V.
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Couldn't you buy the MacBook from the USA and then just get a European power cord separately?
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Funny thing is that MANY computers these days are built to auto-deal with both voltages - check the manuals

I just look at 2 laptops at ...best buy (of all the places) and they automatically deal with 220 V vs. 110 V.
Right, in fact I don't think that there's been one that couldn't do that for a long time. You just need the right power cable and away you go.

Personally I'd buy from eBay and do cash on collection... since you are in that great city called London, there should be plenty of sellers near you.
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And meet in a safe public place - maybe bring a friend or 2
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Personally I'd buy from eBay and do cash on collection... since you are in that great city called London, there should be plenty of sellers near you.
What about warranty issues? Not convinced of using ebay.

Friends as rsot suggested would not be an issue LOL.
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