Tuesday’s best deals include up to $300 off 16-inch MacBook Pro, refurb iPhones at Woot, and previous-generation iPads. Head below for all of our top picks and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

Apple 16-inch MacBook Pro hits new Amazon all-time low

Amazon offers Apple’s new 16-inch MacBook Pro 2.6GHz/16GB/512GB in Space Gray for $2,149. Today’s markdown takes $250 off and is a new Amazon all-time low by $40. Those looking for a faster processor and more storage can nab the Apple 16-inch MacBook Pro 2.3GHz i9/16GB/1TB in Silver for $2,499. This ups the savings to $300 and beats the previous Amazon low we’ve tracked by $50.

Woot blows out iPhone 7/8 Plus pricing

Today only, Woot offers refurbished iPhone 7/8 Plus devices from $230. Our top pick is the iPhone 7 Plus 32GB in various colors and in unlocked condition for $230. As a comparison, it originally sold for $769 and Apple has charged around $400 when in-stock at its refurbished storefront. Check out the rest of today’s sale here for additional deals on various other models.

9.7-inch iPad 128GB has dropped to $349

Walmart is currently offering Apple’s previous-generation 9.7-inch iPad Wi-Fi + Cellular 128GB for $349 in space gray. Typically selling for $549 at Amazon right now, today’s offer is $50 under the all-time low there and one of the best we’ve seen to date.

While it’s not the latest and greatest, Apple’s previous-generation 9.7-inch iPad features an A10 Fusion chip, Touch ID, and 8MP camera. Throw in the cellular capabilities, and you’ll be able to get work done or consume content on-the-go with ease. Luckily, you’ll be able to count on up to 10-hours of battery life per charge, which will keep you from having to plug-in throughout the day. Plus, it works with Apple Pencil as well.

Enjoy AirPlay 2 with Denon’s 7.2-Ch. Receiver

Electronics Expo via Rakuten is offering the Denon 7.2-Channel 4K Receiver (AVR-S740H) for $280. That’s $70+ off the going rate found at retailers like Amazon and beats the lowest price we have tracked by $14. Thanks to support for AirPlay 2, this receiver works like a charm with iPhone, iPad, as well as Mac and is ready to team up with other supported speakers around your home. Users will also enjoy Alexa support, which paves the way for hands-free volume adjustments, track changes, input switching, and more. Download the Denon AVR app for iOS and Android to control your new receiver from a smartphone.

WD’s 5TB My Passport Ultra for Mac drops to $120

Amazon offers the WD 5TB My Passport Ultra USB-C Portable Hard Drive for Mac at $120. Down from $165, today’s offer is good for a 27% discount, matches the all-time low, and is only the second time we’ve seen it at this price. For comparison, other 5TB drives sell for around $110 at Amazon, or $150 with USB-C added into the mix. Encased in a metal enclosure, WD’s My Passport Ultra packs USB-C connectivity which gets you upwards of 5Gb/s transfer speeds. It’s a fantastic option to add to your everyday carry if having a sleek and speedy drive is high on your list.

Best trade-in deals

9to5Mac also keeps tabs on all the best trade-in deals on iPhone, iPad, MacBook, Apple Watch, and more every month. Be sure to check out this month’s best trade-in deals when you decide it’s time to upgrade your device. Or simply head over to our trade-in partner directly if you want to recycle, trade, or sell your used devices for cash and support 9to5Mac along the way! Use code 9to5mac for an extra $15 on all trades.

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