If you are looking to buy a new MacBook Pro you don’t have to pay full price. Our team of Apple experts search the web all year round for the top deals, offers and discounts for the MacBook Pro – seeking out the best money-off offers to save you time.
In this article we also run through some tips and explain Apple’s pricing structure, so that you can be sure you are getting the best discount available.
There are three different MacBook Pro sizes: the 13-, 14- and 16-inch models. The 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro were updated with M1 Pro chips in 2021, and a 13-inch MacBook Pro with M2 chip went on sale on June 17, 2022. Although Apple is now selling a new 13in model, you may be able to get some good deals on the discontinued M1 13-inch model, as resellers clear out old stock. If you are struggling to find a reseller that has the MacBook Pro in stock read this: Where is the MacBook Pro in stock?
Black Friday deals season isn’t quite here yet, but that doesn’t mean there are no deals – we see deals for the MacBook Pro all year round. In fact there is a second Prime Day coming up on October 11, which could mean we’ll see some good MacBook deals on Amazon.
Amazon, AO and John Lewis all have the 1TB 16in MacBook Pro, usually £2,599 for £2,349 (£250 off).
Laptops Direct has the £3,299 16in MacBook Pro with M1 Max discounted to £2,979.97 (£320 off).
MacBook Pro: Price
There are three 16in MacBook Pro models, two 14in MacBook Pro models, both with M1 Pro and M1 Max chips, and two 13in MacBook Pro models with M2 chips.
The M2 chip is not superior to the M1 Pro, it’s the next generation of the M1. Apple’s chips start of with a standard chip aimed at consumers, and build up to chips that are focuses on pros and power users. So the M1 Pro features more graphics cores and supports more RAM than the M1 and M2, but the M2 Pro will be superior to the M1 Pro.
Here’s Apple’s pricing and standard configurations for the current MacBook Pro lineup. Note that prices for the 13in MacBook Pro went up in the UK and some other parts of the world.
14-inch MacBook Pro M1 Pro Chip, 8‑Core CPU/14‑Core GPU, 512GB, 16GB RAM: $1,999/£1,899 M1 Pro Chip, 10‑Core CPU/16‑Core GPU, 1TB, 16GB RAM: $2,499/£2,399
16-inch MacBook Pro M1 Pro Chip, 10‑Core CPU/16‑Core GPU, 512GB, 16GB RAM: $2,499/£2,399 M1 Pro Chip, 10‑Core CPU/16‑Core GPU, 1TB, 16GB RAM: $2,699/£2,599 M1 Max Chip, 10‑Core CPU/32‑Core GPU, 1TB, 16GB RAM: $3,499/£3,299
Below you will find tables that show the best prices right now for each standard model of MacBook Pro. You will also find deals on MacBooks that Apple has now discontinued, as long as stockists still have them available.
Best 13-inch MacBook Pro (M2) deals
13-inch MacBook Pro M2 8-core CPU/10-core GPU, MSPR: $1,299/£1,349
13-inch MacBook Pro M2 8-core CPU/10-core GPU, MSPR: $1,499/£1,549
Best 14-inch MacBook Pro deals
We are seeing some great deals for the 14in MacBook Pro in the US and UK now that stock isn’t so constrained. Though some configurations are shipping later than others.
14-inch MacBook Pro M1 Pro 8-Core CPU/14-Core GPU, MSRP: $1,999/£1,899
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14-inch MacBook Pro M1 Pro 10-Core CPU/16-Core GPU, MSRP: $2,499/£2,399
Best 16-inch MacBook Pro (M1 Pro/M1 Max) deals
While the M1 Max version of the 16in MacBook Pro can be hard to find in stock—let alone at a discount. We are still seeing some deals for the 16in MacBook Pro in the US and UK now that stock isn’t as constrained.
16-inch MacBook Pro (M1 Pro 10-Core CPU/16-Core GPU), MSPR: $2,499/£2,399
16-inch MacBook Pro (M1 Pro 10-Core CPU/16-Core GPU, 1TB SSD), MSRP: $2,699/£2,599
16-inch MacBook Pro M1 Max (10-Core CPU/32-Core GPU, 1TB SSD), MSRP: $3,499/£3,299
Best 13-inch MacBook Pro M1 deals
Apple has stopped selling the M1 MacBook Pro, but we are also seeing some great deals on those 13in MacBook Pro models.
13-inch MacBook Pro (256GB), Was $1,299/£1,299
13-inch MacBook Pro (512GB), Was $1,499/£1,499
Where to buy a MacBook Pro
There are limited stocks leading to some shipping delays, but you can find the MacBook Pro on sale at various locations. You could buy a MacBook Pro directly from Apple, or at stores and Apple Premium Resellers around the world – many of whom offer discounts on new and old Macs, so it’s worth shopping around. You can find out where the MacBook Pro is in stock or read our Where to buy a Mac article for more advice.
We recommend the following resellers in the US and UK:
Additionally, Apple has a number of Apple Premium Resellers in the U.K. who stock Macs and offer other services:
Best MacBook refurbished deals
While Apple rarely discounts new Macs, from time to time there are some excellent deals to be had in Apple’s Refurbished Store. The Macs in Apple’s refurbished store may be ex-display stock, or they may have been returned to Apple due to a fault, but they are fully reconditioned now and come with a full year’s warranty. Read about buying a refurbished Mac. It’s not only Apple that sells refurbished Macs, but Apple does offer some great incentives to buy from Apple’s Refurbished Store, so we do recommend taking a look there for great MacBook Pro deals.
We often see the cheaper M1 MacBook Pro on sale on the refurbished store, which means you could get the 13.3-inch MacBook Pro Apple M1 Chip with 8‑Core CPU and 8‑Core GPU with 256GB SSD for just £1,099/$1,099. A saving of £200/$200.
Amazon also has a certified refurbished store for Apple products but we would advise against buying any products that are older than five years – most of the products we see on the Amazon refurbished store are unfortunately very old. Another place to look is BackMarket US and BackMarket UK, which sells refurbished Macs and other Apple products.