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Lightweight, fast, and chic – for those that want great specs combined with ultramobility, the MacBook Air is the ideal laptop to own. Available with either an Intel Core i5 or i7 processor, it’s perfect for both demanding business professionals that are regularly on the road, and personal users that like to take their laptops with them wherever they go. Below are the latest deals on the MacBook Air, as found and voted on by the HotUKDeals community. Read more
APPLE MacBook Air 13.3" (2017) 8GB RAM / 1.8GHz i5 / 256GB SSD £648.91 / £448.91 with TRADE IN of qualifying laptop at Currys
Found 18th MarFound 18th Mar
8GB RAM / 1.8GHz i5 / 256GB SSD - This really packs a punch for the price. You need to trade in any qualifying old laptop to get this price. See for more… Read more

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No stock


I love my MacBook Air and have had it for just over 2 years. My only gripe is how bad the screen is. This is 2019. Personally I would not be going for this deal.


As others have mentioned, the old Macbook Air is now quite far past the point of consideration. I had one from 2013 to 2016, my Mrs got one as a gift 18 months ago, and I currently use a MBP (as well as Windows machines). Everytime I need to sort an issue on the MBA it's really obvious how outdated it is. Even running W10 natively it's still really painful using that screen / trackpad (which used to ba a class-leader). I'd echo what's been said, if you're budget conscious, then get a good robust Windows ultrabook type machine instead.


As someone else mentioned below. Look for a windows laptop that meets your spec for cheaper. Will work as well, just may not last as long. Apple products for me have always stood the test of time. Who knows!

APPLE MacBook Air 13.3" 256 GB SSD (2017) £648.01 @ Curry's
Found 16th MarFound 16th Mar
MacOS Intel® Core™ i5 Processor RAM: 8 GB / Storage: 256 GB SSD Battery life: Up to 12 hours

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Just got one of these macbooks


Same :(


I rang this morning and the advisor told me there was no stock anywhere in the uk :(


Stocks don't show up on the website, chat or call currys to find stock and then get them to transfer you to the store number to reserve. There were three near me but all reserved. Picked up the last one in Kensington for £648 Last time I called yesterday stocks in milton Keynes, Birmingham , crewe, burton etc.

Refurbished Apple MacBook Air 2017 MQD32 13 Inch i5 8GB 128GB, £554.99 at Argos / eBay
Found 5th MarFound 5th Mar
Refurbished with a 12 month Argos guarantee CPU and Memory: Intel Core i5 dual core. Processor speed 1.8GHz. 8GB RAM. Hard drive: 128GB storage. Display: 13in led disp… Read more

I guess the only thing is that storage that can't be upgraded :/


Oos 👎


was only 1 in stock


personally wouldnt get any macbook without a retina screen



Refurbished Apple MacBook Air 2017 MQD32 13 Inch i5 8GB 128GB, £554.99 at Argos/ebay
Found 19th FebFound 19th Feb
Refurbished with a 12 month Argos guarantee CPU and Memory: Intel Core i5 dual core. Processor speed 1.8GHz. 8GB RAM. Hard drive: 128GB storage. Display: 13in led disp… Read more

I have a Macbook 2010 that I recently put an SSD in, absolutely fine for everyday internet based use, and I use it with Traktor Pro 2 DJ software without hitch. I love the white plastic Unibody design and the keyboard feels especially solid and nice to use. A lot of us older Macbook users know that can be great to use for many years, no need to write one off just because it doesn't have the latest super slim bezel. In fact, I appreciate the optical drive, regular USB ports, and upgradability of my "old" Macbooks.


Geekbench wise, I thought this looked decent. I think it scored towards the MacBook Pro 2012 laptops which is great in slim space. The main reason I like it is that I can install Sierra and run Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 Masters without the need for a Creative Cloud subscription and it’s been handlijg things well so far. I stopped short at installing Adobe Premiere though. Plus, mine had a crazy low power cycle count and looked new


Just bunged one in a 17” 2008 MBP. Seriously fast.


is this TN 1440 x 900? I cant stand low res TN


My MacBook Pro from 2009 still going strong. Put an SSD in it this year and it’s like new again. Lightning quick

2018 MacBook Air 256GB SSD i5 13” Retina HD Amazon - £1223.98 @ Amazon
Found 13th FebFound 13th Feb
Good discount on the new MacBook, I have this model and paid £1279.99, but I know it’s going to get cold so I’ve already put my coat on. 8GB RAM 8th i5 Touch ID The new thinner … Read more


What gov edenred deal?


Voted hot for the coat comment alone! But... could get the 128gb model for £800 at Currys with trade in and edenred deal.


Once you go Mac you never look back. These things fly baby!!! Forget waiting for your stupid PC to update everything, hey life is precious!! Get a Mac, expensive but you get your life back. Well well worth buying any Mac, brill!!



Refurbished MacBook Air 2018 Apple Refurb and Clearance - £1,019 @ Apple Store
Found 9th FebFound 9th Feb
Yes it’s refurbished but to my knowledge Apple put a brand new chassis/case on so it is effectively brand new. Official Apple refurb via Apple website online.



The older 2017 Air was very sub par with a TN panel and not FHD. What is also fascinating is that the new Socs are much the same speed a low power Intel's from about 2013. The Soc wattage has fallen from 15 watts to 10 watts though so time has not quite stood still. Shame you can't put Mac OS on your own laptop.


Put an old engine in a new car, is it brand new? NO!


128gb for a newly released product is poor in my opinion.


New MacBook Air already available on the refurb section? Anyway heat, its closer to the price it should be

18 months interest free credit on Mac's by John Lewis & Partners  in branch - 2018 Apple MacBook Air £1080
Found 1st FebFound 1st Feb
This might not be for everyone, but if you are planning to buy a new Apple Mac, John Lewis is running a promotion where they give you 18 months interest free credit if you buy any … Read more
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So how does this work? I can buy and I don't have to pay anything each month like a minimum fee? I can literally just pay any amount throughout the 18 months?


which laptop is better ? 2017 or 2018 ?


Apple laptops are ticking time bombs - the Keyboards could fail ( ) and/or the screen could fail (flex-gate) . If you choose to buy an Apple laptop in 2019, you're a fool.... Out of curiosity, please do confirm if you choose to buy one (lol)


The 3 year warranty offer was only on for a month - I bought a 2017 Macbook 256gb for £710 from them on Xmas eve.

APPLE MacBook Air 13.3" with Retina Display (2018) - 128 GB SSD, Silver £1080 + at least £200 trade in at Currys
Found 31st JanFound 31st Jan
Get it for this price when you trade it old laptop. instore only Get at least £200 off the marked price of this MacBook when you trade in your old qualifying laptop.Alternatively,… Read more

I put mine back to factory, you can still start it up and go into about this Mac and get serial no. It still starts up with os.


Thanks for the quick answer, it was just that I wondered how they would get the serial no, if I had put it back to factory settings.


I would say yes for your own peace of mind. You don't know where the machine will end up. The requirement was that the machine powers up, turns on and runs with os and can run on battery.


Do you have to restore to factory settings, before taking your old laptop in to trade in ? Thanks.


The skip in the loading bay must be full (lol)

Apple MacBook Air 2017 13 inch i5 8GB 128GB refurb - £554.99 @ Argos eBay
Found 23rd JanFound 23rd Jan
Argos eBay are doing a deal for refurbished 2017 MacBook air for 554.99. this is great deal as even cheaper than a used 2015 model. Get it while it lasts.
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I’m so pleased and impressed with this little MacBook Air. Thanks again for the post! Got to be one of my favourite purchases of late.


What grade did Argos say these were? I'm considering this macbook 12":


Wow yes pretty much brand new then seems I i was very lucky, maybe it was because I had it from the 2nd batch that was listed later that evening, be good to see what others were like when they arrive


Yeah yours is pretty much brand new that was definetly worth the purchase (y) . I've had 339. They normally good for just over a 1000 cycles before battery needs changing.


Sorry to hear that mate but glad your happy with it :) mines had 4 cycles what did yours have ?

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MacBook Air 128GB (2017) - £789 @ PC World
LocalLocalFound 12th JanFound 12th Jan
Used to be 949 now down to 789

Yeah I know what you’re saying. However in the world of Apple, £789 is practically bargain basementclearance sale pricing (lol)


you're right, I did mean full hd thank you but at this price point you want more than acceptable I have a 1080p 13.3" laptop and imo it's the best compromise for pixel density, readability for non scaling applications and battery life it seems either apple or their consumers don't disagree 900p is unacceptable; their newest range of MacBook (airs) have significantly higher resolutions than even FHD


Not really - Standard HD is generally accepted as 720p or above Full HD is 1080p and above This is 900p so somewhere in between and perfectly acceptable on a 13.3” screen. There’s plenty of 15.6” laptops running 1366x768 so a smaller screen at 1440x900 is far sharper. Much higher ppi


Heat as it’s the one of the best prices currently however call me a skeptical but I feel Apple has deliberately (‘tactically’) kept the old MacBook Air model to sway people to spend the extra for the MacBook Air 2018.


note that the screen resolution is less than standard HD... this would be derided if it weren't an Apple notebook

Refurbished Apple MacBook Air Core i5 4GB 128GB 11.6 Inch MacOS Laptop £419.97 @ Laptops Direct
Found 8th JanFound 8th Jan
T1 Graded Refurbs Our T1 Graded stock is made up of ex-corporate/lease machines, which have mainly been used in offices. These have been professionally refurbished by our experien… Read more
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No notch???




Looking to get a sub £500 MacBook, if this is likely not a great deal am I dreaming at this price? Need is for casual use and music programs for son doing gradings and GCSE Music


Corporate use on all day everyday if our office is anything to go by.


I have this laptop which I use for very light browsing or taking out and about. perfect for browsing for word processing, anything further and you'll struggle. I bought my Macbook for £350, over 2 years ago luckily though

Apple MacBook Air 2018 - Gold - £30 cheaper than Currys previous Hot Deal - £1,069 - Sold and Shipped by Amazon
Found 29th Dec 2018Found 29th Dec 2018
I was recently looking for one and I found this to be the cheapest UK option from a reliable source. I saw that Currys deal got a lot of heat for 1099 so this is approx. £50 cheape… Read more

Just buy cloud as chips.


OP mentioned that a previous deal for more money got "Heat " on here (so assumed this must be a good deal (skeptical) ) , that was the purpose and point of my comment .


In this instance the comments say its poor value for money and its gone cold, so it seems spot on?


Not commenting on the deal, but the new MBA is a bit of a joke - as has been mentioned, using a dual core chip is just tight and likely done to reduce heat and lower power requirements. Secondly, 128 GB storage space is really miserly and the £200 extra for 256 GB (probably a sensible minimum for anyone who does more than web/e-mail/Netflix) is outrageous - previously that also got you a faster CPU, but looks like Intel don’t have a faster version of this one. While the 13” MBPs were still dual core, the MBAs could give over 80% of the performance (especially with an i7 fitted), but now it seems likely they will lag much further behind


Never take any notice of the "Heat " on here , much of it comes from "Sheep voting " . What you should be checking is the comments , from these you will gain invaluable information from knowledgeable members (and discard those from less savvy members :( ) . Never go by heat alone (skeptical) :S .

Apple 2018 MacBook Air Silver £1,099 Currys PC World
Found 24th Dec 2018Found 24th Dec 2018
2018 MacBook Air in Silver Is £100 off from today at Curry’s. Still pretty expensive for what it is but if anyone was thinking of buying one this is the cheapest deal I have seen.
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Ok maybe I was a bit overly generous with the phone comparison after all you would need to go back to 2006 to see when Apple first put a 160GB hard drive in a laptop. The iPhone was release a year later with 4GB of storage.


Anyone can vouch on warranty compared to apple care ?


Aside from the awful phone comparison, 128GB is perfectly fine for the type of person who'd use a MacBook Air. Yeah, it's still Apple gouging people to try and make them spend £200 to double their storage to 256GB (especially ridiculous given £200 would net you almost a 1TB NVME drive). The bottom models will always hold more resale value, however, and no one is ever going to use this as their main machine outside of maybe programming. They treat this the same as they treat the lowest capacity iPhone. Enough storage for whatever apps and photos you need, everything else can be streamed or stored in the cloud. And quite honestly if you can afford the latest Apple products then you can definitely afford the pennies per day for a huge wad of cloud storage.


My 2011 MacBook Pro is still going strong, I mean I have upgraded the RAM, changed the battery twice, had countless new charger cables, upgraded to an SSD, replaced or repaired the trackpad at least 4 times, removed the dvd drive after it stopped working, cleaned out the fans twice after they stopped working, one of the USB ports, the aux and the dvi (?) all stopped working. At best it’s triggers broom, at worst it’s a pile of mess which runs beautifully smooth, so long as I save everything to Dropbox every 3 seconds in case it bursts in to flames and loses everything. From what I’ve seen and heard, they’re worse now for reliability, watch Louis Rossmann on YouTube, obvs watching a Mac repair guy you’re not going to see someone who comes across many/any working macs, so his opinion might be skewed, but still an eye opener.


128GB hard drive!!!! That's like buying a phone with 8GB storage. Sorry but Apple are so out of touch with this one it's just laughable.

2017 Apple MacBook 12", Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 512GB, Space Grey Via Price Match with SCAN @ John Lewis & Partners £1049
Found 23rd Dec 2018Found 23rd Dec 2018
Here's a deal for those who may have seen the deal for the 2017 Macbook 12" but then were dissapointed it was only the gold colours. Here's a little work around which should wor… Read more
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That's fab! I expected they would


FYI john Lewis accepted my price match


They won’t reduce it


Gold is now out of stock, I personally wouldn't ever own a rose gold laptop


Oh no! A Gold or Rose Gold 2017 MacBook; How embarrasing.

2017 Apple MacBook 12" Intel Core i5 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD, Intel HD Graphics 615 Rose Gold + 18 Months IFC £999 @ John Lewis & Partners
Found 22nd Dec 2018Found 22nd Dec 2018
Potentially £979 if you go through Topcashback! Intel Core i5 Apple's goal with this MacBook was to do the impossible: engineer a full‑size experience into the thinnest, lightest… Read more
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I got this same deal at Christmas. Upgraded from my 15 inch 2010 i7 MBP. I like it a lot and the smaller screen was surprisingly easy for me to adjust to; I've got it on the "looks like 1440x900" setting, effectively matching the amount of screen space I had on my 15 inch (to be clear, it's not 1440x900 upscaled, it's just scaling things to the same proportions). It is so portable and I think it'll be hard for me to go back to a 15 inch (especially one as large as the 2010). It's at least 2x faster than my MBP overall. The on-board storage is the fastest I've ever used, and I use SSDs a lot. I primarily use it for web development but It's even good enough for 1080p editing in Final Cut. One port doesn't really bother me as I rarely use accessories. I do miss magsafe from my MBP but aside from that, it's a great laptop. I would just advise you get a keyboard cover for it as this model does not include the silicon membrane under the keys.


Makes sense. Wo der if they'll discount the grey/silver ones down to this price eventually then.


They won't, it's a discontinued model so any further ones will be returns.


These have been out of stock for a while. Do we think JL will get anymore?


Back in stock - I ordered the Gold online today. Thanks OP!

Apple Macbook Air with 13.3” Retina Display, Intel Core i5 1.6GHz CPU, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD - Silver. Free delivery at eglobal for £1009.99
Shipping from ChinaShipping from ChinaFound 25th Nov 2018Found 25th Nov 2018
Apple Macbook Air with 13.3” Retina Display, Intel Core i5 1.6GHz CPU, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD - Silver. Free delivery at eglobal for £1009.99
£1,009.99£1,161.9913%eGlobal Central Deals
The Retina Display has found its way onto the late 2018 Apple 13.3” MacBook Air. With over 4 million pixels, the 13.3” Retina Display features a 2560 x 1600 screen resolution and… Read more
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Good if your a webdev


I'm genuinely shocked by this, thanks for sharing.


I've not stopped anyone else from commenting and have mainly replied to others who have replied to me, but whatever.


Because you are controlling the narrative, by answering every post rather than letting others contribute. It would be helpful if you delete/change your original post (saying the SSD is replaceable). It's confusing enough with Apple stuff, stating things without checking your facts. We get it, you like the macbook pro 2012, it's a good machine, parts are replaceable, very different from the new Apple laptops 2017/2018 that seem purposely designed so the cheapest parts are the most difficult to replace, like the keyboard assembly. That design philosophy makes a lot of sense to Apple, in terms of profit/servicing. The keyboard, the way it has been designed makes absolutely no sense othewise, it's one of the cheaper components, and is embedded deep within the device, yet one of the most easily and likely damaged parts in a macbook. Apple are deliberately designing stuff this way to take advantage of their customers. Nothing wrong with that per se, just as long as you're aware.


As it happens you are correct, the information that I found earlier on was listed as being for the 2018 MacBook Air but actually referred the previous generation. It was not intentional misinformation as you somehow think, not sure why your mind would automatically jump that route.

Macbook Air - £749 @ Amazon
Found 23rd Nov 2018Found 23rd Nov 2018
Macbook Air - £749 @ Amazon
Macbook Air @ Amazon’s Deal of the day- looks like new one (see description in link) which makes it exceptionally good price
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£150 goodwill???? That sounds extreme


£150 goodwill given for the mistake - lots of chasing needed.


Although I have every sympathy for people who bought this hoping it's a 2018... just be careful with Amazon. If you push things too far and pester too much you may end up with a suspended account. Have a read online about what happens with high value returns and complaints and think twice about how far you want to pursue good will credit etc.


Update 2nd replacement turned up and yes it’s another 2017 model, strong email sent update later..


Well received mine today. Obviously got 2017. Made a complaint to amazon and all they said was send it back for refund so I said I wanted to make to speak to someone else. Well what a load of s**t. Useless!

Apple Macbook Air £749 @ John Lewis & Partners
Found 19th Nov 2018Found 19th Nov 2018
So John Lewis dropped the price if you are after one of this. With standard 2 years John Lewis Warranty Included.… Read more

It was a warehouse deal, I went to the main page for the Laptop, which is going for 640 new. They have one for 800 used (like new) which just had a damaged box (was literally sealed new when I got it) 20% warehouse deal brought it down to 640


Don't suppose you have a link to this? Couldn't find it for that price.


Been playing with my laptop today and I have to say, it's amazing for the money. The touchscreen just changes things, I never knew I needed one on a laptop but now I do! It's so convenient. The screen could be a touch brighter perhaps but thats being picky and the colours are vivid. It can game (managed Sims 4 easily and Rocket League at 60fps with medium settings). The speakers are excellent. B&O have done themselves proud, and it gets crazy loud with little distortion Having a fingerprint scanner is cool but the placement on the side is a bit weird Overall very happy!


Same here. They traded in my 6 yr old v low spec laptop worth about £30! Got me £200 off so paid £599. Absolutely fine for my son for college. Screen not great but it’s fine and osx etc is brill


One other major plus: The hard drive is replaceable on this model. £100-odd bumps up the storage to 512GB. You would have to pay Apple tons to get the same on the newer models.

10% off all Mac products.... New MacBook air just £1079 @ KRCS
Found 19th Nov 2018Found 19th Nov 2018
10% off all Mac products.... New MacBook air just £1079 @ KRCS
Approved apple reseller.... 10% off and 10 months interest free finance!

I am actually (lol)


Same discount and 2 year warranty here guys;


£1000 is nothing these days sure I give that to the kids when they’re going the shop.


"just" £1079. Are you a salesman or something?


Voted hot tho

Macbook Air (2017) 13-inch, Intel® Core™ i5 Processor, 8Gb RAM, 128Gb SSD £649 with code at VERY
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Macbook Air (2017) 13-inch, Intel® Core™ i5 Processor, 8Gb RAM, 128Gb SSD £649 with code at VERY
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Macbook Air (2017) 13-inch, Intel® Core™ i5 Processor, 8Gb RAM, 128Gb SSD was £949 now £799 (Save £150) Get £150 back making it £649 Enter N77PP at checkout to order on 12… Read more

Yep got mine the other day


Had mine


Had mine credited, have now paid off the device! Thanks OP!


Has anyone had the cashback yet? It said the 14th Jan but it's not showing yet.


just get the trackpad repaired. mine failed after 4 years, apple shop cleaned it up with an alcohol wipe. apparently it was water damage and it rusted hence the no trackpad connection. could replace for £125 if it happens again. although he said it would happen again. even if it does I'll just repair that part. I have no need for bells & whistles + new ones are heavier!

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