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Advice on selling my used Macbook Pro


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Hi everyone,

Long time reader, first time poster.

If I inadvertently break any forum rules please let me know, but I wanted advice on a good price range to sell my Macbook pro for.

It's the latest 2013 highest spec 15" retina model (2.7GhZ i7 quad core, 16gb ram and 768GB SSD) and I paid around 2600 for it.

However now I need to sell it (to save money for an engagement ring no less). What do these normally sell for? I was thinking 2100? I barely had time to use it, but it does have a tiny dent on the lid.

Thanks in advance,

Alex
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Look on ebay for what your model is currently selling for.

Before you ship it to the buyer, create a new admin account, get any of your files off your own account, then delete your account, leaving the new account clean for the new owner (and give them the password for the new user account

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