9to5Rewards: Win a HomePod + $500 gift cards & get 30% off Caseco products [Giveaway]

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In case you missed our announcement, we’ll be selecting a winner to receive one space gray Apple HomePod and a $ 500 gift card courtesy of our sponsor Caseco. On top of our grand prize for the HomePod and $ 500 gift card, Caseco will be giving away a second $ 500 gift card to a runner-up. Head below for your chance to win, and get 30% off Caseco accessories with promo code “9to5Mac30off“ for a limited time.. 

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Win an Apple HomePod + $500 gift cards from Caseco & 9to5Mac

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This month we’re teaming up with Caseco to give away Apple’s newest device, the HomePod, to one lucky 9to5Mac reader. Thanks to our sponsor Caseco, we’ll be throwing two $ 500 gift cards, one for the HomePod giveaway winner and another as a secondary prize. Head below for details on how to enter. 

9to5 readers can also get 30% off Caseco accessories including its iPhone cases, chargers, Lightning cables, car mounts and more, all month long with promo code “9to5Mac30off:

Get 30% off Caseco cases & accessories with promo code “9to5Mac30off” (Expires 3/31)

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Weekend Deals: $900 off 15″ MacBook Pros; 13″ MBP from $1,099; $500 off iMac Pros; $80-$210 off 12.9″ iPad Pros

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This Oscar weekend, shoppers can save hundreds on current and closeout Macs and iPads. From loaded 15" configs for $ 1,899 (an exclusive discount) to 13" MacBook Pros from $ 1,099 while supplies last, many configs also qualify for 0% financing with no sales tax collected outside NY and NJ.
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Tech Deals: $500 Off iMac Pro, 200GB MicroSD Card For $62, Discounted iPad Pro And Mini, Much More

Now feels like the perfect time to give you access to an array of wonderful technology deals all designed to save, the consumer, money. If you are after a new Apple iMac, an iPad, or even a stunning 4K Dell monitor, then we have exactly what you need without you having to pay full sticker price. Check the deals out, find something that you like, and act quickly to get it into your basket.

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Deals: Apple’s high-end 2017 15″ MacBook Pro for $2,649 ($350 off); $200-$300 off 13″ MBP; $500 off iMac Pros

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Month-end deals are going on now with exclusive coupon savings on Apple’s current 15" MacBook Pro with 512GB of storage and Radeon 560 graphics. Mid 2017 13" models are also discounted with prices starting at $ 1,199. Meanwhile, select iMac Pros are $ 500 off — or pick up a loaded model with AppleCare included at no additional charge.
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B&H Photo and Amazon Discount Base iMac Pro by $500

B&H Photo and Amazon have discounted the base model of Apple’s new high-end iMac Pro desktop computer by $500 this week, offering it for $4,499, down from $4,999. Since early January, Micro Center has had the best deal on iMac Pro — pricing the base model at $3,999.99 — but this offer is unobtainable for those who don’t live near one of Micro Center’s locations, so B&H Photo and Amazon’s deals should be good alternatives for online shoppers with their eyes on iMac Pro.

Note: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with these vendors. When you click a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small payment, which helps us keep the site running.

There are two 27-inch models on sale at B&H Photo, including the base $4,999 configuration and a custom configuration with more RAM and an improved graphics card, both marked down by $500. In comparison, Micro Center’s sale is only on the base model, and prior to that the only other sale was a $250 discount from Best Buy.

  • 27-inch 5K iMac Pro, 3.2 GHz, 32GB RAM, 1TB SSD, AMD Radeon Pro Vega 56 – $4,499.00, down from $4,999.00 (B&H Photo / Amazon)
  • 27-inch 5K iMac Pro, 3.2 GHz, 64GB RAM, 1TB SSD, AMD Radeon Pro Vega 64 – $5,899.00, down from $6,399.00 (B&H Photo)

Also of note on Amazon today, you can get the Black and Midnight Blue leather iPhone X cases for just $34.99, dropping further down from a price point of about $37 last week, and originally priced at $50 on Apple.com. The only other color on sale is Charcoal Gray, running for $38.72 at the time of writing.


Head to our Deals Roundup for more Apple, Mac, and iPhone-related device and accessory sales, including a $40 discount on the UE Wonderboom speaker this week.

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Dropbox looking to raise $500 million as company files for IPO

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For over a decade, Dropbox has been a staple of the cloud storage industry, despite hard competition from larger players like Google and Microsoft. All that time, the company has remained private, but that’s about to change. Dropbox filed to raise $ 500 million in an initial public offering (IPO) yesterday, revealing previously-secret details about the company.

The filing revealed Dropbox had $ 1.11 billion of revenue in 2017, up 31% from 2016.

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Uber rejected a $500 million settlement from Waymo earlier this week: report

Waymo, the self-driving unit of Google parent Alphabet, proposed a settlement of $ 500 million to Uber earlier this week, but the ride-hailing company’s board of directors rejected the deal, according to a report from Reuters, which was confirmed by sources familiar with the case. On Friday, the two companies settled their acrimonious lawsuit over stolen self-driving car secrets. The price tag: a much more reasonable $ 245 million in Uber stock, and a promise not to use Waymo’s trade secrets in any of Uber’s autonomous technology.

This wasn’t the first time Uber turned up its nose at a proposed settlement from Waymo. The Google spinoff had originally sought at least a $ 1 billion and a public apology from Uber last year before the trial…

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48 Hours Left: Save $500 on every iMac Pro at B&H with free shipping and no tax outside NY & NJ

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Time is running out to exclusively save $ 500 on every new iMac Pro at B&H Photo, from the standard model for $ 4,494 to maxed out 18-core systems. This cash discount is in addition to free shipping with no tax on orders shipped outside NY and NJ. Request a coupon code today!
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