This weekend we’re seeing some fantastic M1 MacBook deals land at Amazon, including the lowest price yet on the 512GB model, which can be picked up for $1,349.99 (was $1,499) right now.
If you don’t see that price immediately don’t worry – you haven’t missed it, Amazon in fact has an additional $50 coupon that it’s applying at checkout automatically. Curiously, it’s not obvious at first glance, but it’s there and pushes the overall price to the cheapest we’ve seen yet on the 512GB model.
Much has been written about the new M1 Apple MacBook Pro’s, and, while there is always a degree of hype and fanboyism around Apple devices, the new processor is indeed pretty special. It’s the first propriety chip in a long time to challenge those offered by Intel and AMD, and in some cases, such as power efficiency, actually surpass them by quite a margin.
For power users, the 512GB version is a great buy and an easy recommendation. If you’re on a budget, however, MacBook deals at Amazon can also be found on the slightly cheaper 256GB version – which is retailing for $1,199.99 (was $1,299) currently. This is again the cheapest price so far on this device, although it’s a sale we’ve seen a few times already, unlike the discount on the 512GB model.
Outside the US? See the best MacBook deals in your region just down below.
Apple MacBook Pro 13 (M1, 512GB): $1,499
$1,349.99 at AmazonSave $150 – You may miss it on first glance, but Amazon is offering a cheeky little coupon at checkout on it’s 512GB MacBook deals this weekend. That extra $50 saving pushes this price to the lowest yet on this awesome new MacBook from Apple, which of course features that fantastic new M1 processor – a wildly powerful and power-efficient chip that’s got plenty of Windows users envious.View Deal
Apple MacBook Pro 13 (M1, 256GB): $1,299
$1,199.99 at AmazonSave $99 – You can also save on 256GB MacBook deals this week at Amazon, although it’s worth noting this is the ‘standard’ sales price, and nothing too wild. The 256GB SSD version still features that superb M1 processor, however, we would recommend upgrading to get that bigger drive if you can make that budget stretch as 256GB tends to get filled up real quick.View Deal
- Amazon – see all of this weekend’s MacBook deals
For further reading, we recommend checking out our main MacBook deals article, where we’re covering the entire range in much more detail. We’ve also got this week’s best cheap laptop deals to check out too, in case you’d like something a little cheaper.