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MacBook Air (2022), M2 (8-CPU 8-GPU)/8GB Ram/256GB SSD/13"/Starlight/ Used - Grade A £790 @ CeX

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CeX selling a Grade A Used Macbook Air (2022) for the lowest price I've seen yet.

This is the base model of the newest Macbook Air.
Apple Certified Refurbs of this are on the Apple website for £1119.00, so this is £329 cheaper!
Grade B available too at even cheaper price (Starlight Gaze, £770)
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  1. jedijacobs's avatar
    Is this a stonking price, or will others follow suit for refurbs/grade A quality?

    Is this also with a 24 month warranty?

    Best bang for your buck for a latest model Macbook?

    Anything to be cautious of with this model or with CEX when buying this sort of thing?
    plewis00's avatar
    Yes, non UK keyboards and third-party chargers on B grades in particular, check for shoddy repair work but otherwise should be a bargain. CEX warranty is OK but mostly repair/replace or refund to current market value so you may incur a loss.
  2. hawkinsian's avatar
    Amazing price. I've been close to upgrading from my m1 air for ages but mine is 16gb so I think this might actually end up as a downgrade
    plewis00's avatar
    It would be, the M2 was hardly revolutionary anyway, more incremental and 16GB RAM is rare and costly on these. Definitely stay put.
  3. plewis00's avatar
    The B grade is as low as £750 though someone said it was US keyboard so typical CEX laziness. Good price though and decent saving, the CEX warranty probably is actually useful here. M1 models also seriously cheap and there is a Pro M2 for £835 as well.
  4. pb-live's avatar
    I’d say if you can check the store and go and see it in person then get it, otherwise I’d be cautious 
  5. MILAN99's avatar
    Wouldn’t trust any MacBook from cex unless you buy it in person. I sold them them an American keyboard MacBook Air and they didn’t deduct anything for it not being a uk keyboard.
    plewis00's avatar
    It's not always possible, just return it as unwanted in-store if they do anything annoying like that. I think US keyboard is probably not an issue on older machines but would be extremely annoying on one costing this much.
  6. Vinegar.Tom's avatar
    Oos now
  7. wonderbrawl's avatar
    Sorry folks, this deal was BS. CeX cancelled my order before putting the price up £100 🫣
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