Alerts for Apple refurbished products

Don’t miss another MacBook

Refurb Tracker provides e-mail alerts and RSS feeds so you can track the availability of new refurbished products on Apple Refurb websites (up to 40% off). Supply is usually very limited…

Be smart and get notified instantly whenever a product is available!

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Refurb Tracker lets you select specific product categories to watch, with notifications available through email or an RSS feed. Refurb Tracker support tracking refurbished products in all of the countries where Apple has a refurbished online store.

MacRumors

TECH NOW: How to save money on Apple gadgets. […] Go for refurbished. Apple sells its own refurbished Macs, and they come with a one-year warranty. Go to the “Special Deals” section of Apple’s website. Or try refurb-tracker.com to create a personal RSS feed on latest offers.

USA TODAY

If you know the specific configuration you want to buy, we recommend setting up an alert on Refurb Tracker: Enter your country, MacBook model, and keywords (for example, “16GB AND 256GB”), and the site will notify you (via email or RSS) when matching systems are available in Apple’s refurb store.

The Wirecutter

Apple computers and other Apple electronic devices have a reputation for quality, and with good reason. For consumers looking to limit debt and still snag a great product, Refurb Tracker may just be the answer. The convenient, free service sends users alerts to let them know when the Apple product they are interested in appears in stock in Apple’s Certified Refurbished online store.

badcredit.org

Want to keep tabs on the latest refurbished Macs, iPads, iPhones, and the like? There’s an RSS feed for that. […] Refurb Tracker is great for setting up RSS feeds that notify you of new Apple Store refurbs.

CNET

If you are interested in a 15-inch device, you can use a handy tool called Refurb Tracker that can alert you via email when refurbished 2018 15-inch models come back in stock.

Business Insider