AppleCare’s MacBook warranties are expensive. An AppleCare+ warranty for a $2,499 16-inch MacBook Pro costs $399. In contrast, a three-year warranty from Upsie for the same device costs $385.99. For the same coverage, Upsie costs less than AppleCare+.
With an AppleCare warranty, each claim is met with a deductible of $99 for screen damage or external enclosure damage and $299 for other accidental damage. These additional costs add up quickly, making the warranty prohibitively expensive. Compare that to Upsie’s low deductible of only $25.
If you make three claims for non-screen damage through an AppleCare warranty, you’ll pay $1,296 over three years. In the same scenario, Upsie coverage over three years with three claims costs just $460.99. You can save $835.01 by skipping AppleCare’s warranty and choosing Upsie instead.
It’s no wonder why many MacBook owners choose to protect their MacBook with Upsie. Upsie’s warranties are significantly more affordable than AppleCare and other warranty providers.