Just because it’s Prime Day doesn’t mean other retailers aren’t spoiling great deals. Best Buy’s MacBook Air with M1 for just $899 It is an appropriate case at this point. Whether you want it in silver, gold, or gray, you can pass up one of the best laptops out there while saving $100. FYI, it comes with a 256GB SSD.
Will Amazon offer more price cuts? Sit steadily.
You’re looking for a 14-inch MacBook Pro with the M1 Pro, you say? Well, Amazon is also taking $200 off this elegantly designed model, which means you can Get it for $2,299. This is for both the 1TB Silver and Space Gray models!
Now, it’s Prime Day, so it’s all about saving some big bucks. If you’re not looking for all that storage, the 14-inch MacBook Pro with M1 Pro 512GB is it. Down to $1,799 on Amazon. This is another saving of $200 over the usual price of $1,999.
Fingers crossed for even steeper discounts across the Apple MacBook lineup!
To get the ball rolling, you can actually grab a 16-inch MacBook Pro with the M1 Pro for $2,499 at Amazon. That’s a $200 price cut, and Prime Day 2022 hasn’t officially started yet. It comes with 16GB of RAM and 1TB SSD, and it comes in gray.
However, if you’re looking to save an extra $50, you can get the same model in silver instead $2,449 at Amazon. Whichever style you choose, expect the mighty Apple to pack a punch.
Hello and welcome to our live MacBook Prime Day Deals Blog, where we’ll bring you every single one of the best Apple laptop deals we could find!
We’re only a few hours away from the main event, where you can look forward to seeing a slew of MacBook deals, including discounts on the latest systems and everything you need to get the most out of it, like cases, power bricks, portable batteries and docking stations.
So where are we now, in terms of the best MacBook savings? It may all start tomorrow, but retailers are already floundering and showing their savings early.
In the United States, you can get $200 off 14-inch MacBook Pro with M1 ProSave $100 on M1 MacBook Air at Best Buy (Opens in a new tab) And if you have access to tutorials, you can get $100 off MacBook Air M2 (Opens in a new tab).
As for the UK, the public can already bypass it £50 off M2 MacBook Pro (Opens in a new tab)(everyone, not just students), save £165 off the M1 Pro MacBook Pro (Opens in a new tab).
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