Apple MacBook Pro M1 deal now the cheapest ever

The best deals and discounts on the Apple MacBook Pro M1, 2020, available now

Apple MacBook Pro M1, 2020
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If you're looking for a powerful laptop, the Apple MacBook Pro (M1, 2020) is one of the best options on the market. While the 16-inch model is great for the office, the 13-inch model is more portable and the new M1 version brings even faster performance. 

While this premium machine normally comes with a price to match, right now we're seeing the lowest prices for the MacBook Pro M1 models to date. That means some serious savings on a top-class laptop. 

Right now you can get the 16GB, 1TB SSD version for $1,699.99 from Best Buy – that's $300 off the list price. 

The biggest savings though are on the 16GB, 512GB SSD model. You can pick this up with $300 off – that's a 17% discount. You'll find this model at Amazon for $1499.99

Discover more great Apple deals on our best Apple deals page. Looking for the MacBook Air? Check out our best MacBook Air deals page. 

MacBook Pro M1 deals

Apple MacBook Pro M1, 2020 (8GB RAM, 256GB SSD): was $1299, now $1199 at Amazon
The base-level MacBook Pro has $100 savings. Available in silver or space gray.View Deal

Apple MacBoook Pro M1, 2020 (8GB RAM, 512GB SSD): was $1499, now $1349 at Amazon
This 512GB SSD version has $150 saving and is available in both color options. View Deal

Apple MacBoook Pro M1, 2020 (16GB RAM, 512GB SSD): was $1799, now $1499.99 at Amazon
The upgraded 16GB, 512GB SSD version has $300 saving – that's 17% off – currently only available in silver.View Deal

Apple MacBoook Pro M1, 2020 (16GB RAM, 1TGB SSD): was $1999.99, now $1699.99 at Best Buy
The top-spec 16GB, 1TB SSD version has a $300 saving – that's 15% off – and is available in both silver and gray color options.View Deal


Mat Gallagher
Mat Gallagher

As T3's Managing Editor in the US, Mat is a true lover of gadgets, but especially anything that involves cameras, cars, music or travel. Originally from the UK, he has written about technology since 2003 and is now based in Chicago.