Amazon Prime Day: The Best Early Apple Discounts

Amazon will kick off Prime Day 2020 tonight at midnight, and the event will introduce hundreds of deals through Wednesday, October 14. To add on top of the two day event, Amazon has even begun introducing early offers on AirPods, iPads, Kindles, Echo devices, Ring products, and more.

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We'll be watching Prime Day deals throughout the event this week, so be sure to keep track of our upcoming Prime Day posts. Of course, many retailers are introducing their own opposing mega sales to compete with Prime Day, so there will also be even more opportunities for discounts at Target, Best Buy, and more.

AirPods Pro

Today you can get the AirPods Pro on the Amazon-owned Woot marketplace for $189.99, down from $249.00. Unlike some of Woot's products, these AirPods Pro are brand new, and they come with a one year Apple warranty.


Amazon itself is discounting the AirPods Pro to $199.00 this week. Woot's sale expires today, but Amazon's should hold out for a bit longer, although stock will likely dwindle.

$60 OFF
$189.99 For Prime Day

AirPods With Wired Charging Case

A notable low price has hit another model of the AirPods, this one for the AirPods with Wired Charging Case. You can get it for $124.99, down from $159.00, after an extra $4.01 discount is applied at the checkout screen. This is an Amazon all-time-low price.

$34 OFF
$124.99 For Prime Day

2020 MacBook Air

The newest MacBook Air is seeing an all-time-low price on Amazon this week. The 256GB model is priced at $849.99, down from $999.00, thanks to a coupon that will automatically apply an extra $100 discount at the checkout screen.


Likewise, the 512GB model is on sale for $1,149.99, down from $1,299.00, after an extra $50 discount is applied at the checkout screen. Both of these prices are new lows for each MacBook Air, and available in all three colors.

$150 OFF
$849.99 For Prime Day

13-Inch MacBook Pro

There's one model of the latest 13-inch MacBook Pro on sale so far this week, and it's the notebook with 16GB RAM and 1TB SSD. This one is priced at $1,799.99, down from $1,999.00, after an extra $49.01 discount is applied at checkout. That's a match of the previous low price we've tracked on this 13-inch MacBook Pro.

$200 OFF
$1,799.99 For Prime Day

16-Inch MacBook Pro

Solid 16-inch MacBook Pro deals have extended into Prime Day as well, with the 512GB 16-Inch MacBook Pro discounted to $2,099.00, down from $2,399.00. This is being matched at B&H Photo.


Another low price is available for the 1TB model, priced at $2,399.00, down from $2,799.00 (again being matched at B&H Photo). Both of these discounts are lowest-ever deals for the 16-inch MacBook Pro.

$300 OFF
$2,099.00 For Prime Day

10.2-Inch iPad

An ongoing sale on the brand-new eighth generation iPad has returned for Prime Day. You can get the 32GB Wi-Fi iPad for $299.00, down from $329.00. The 128GB Wi-Fi model is available for $399.00, down from $429.00 as well.

$30 OFF
$299.00 for Prime Day

Apple Watch

Apple Watch Series 3 models are being discounted by $30 this week, with 38mm GPS devices at $169.00, down from $199.00. 42mm GPS models are priced at $199.00, down from $229.00. Both sizes come in Silver and Space Gray Aluminum case options.

$50 OFF
$169.00 For Prime Day

Amazon Devices

If you're on the hunt for Amazon's products, there are numerous early savings on Kindles and more today. Remember that to see these official Amazon discounts, you'll need a Prime subscription.

Be sure to visit our full Deals Roundup to shop for even more Apple-related products and accessories.

Related Roundup: Apple Deals

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3 weeks ago


Prime Day is a made up marketing gimmick short for “inventory management day.”

Unlike other businesses that periodically and altruistically want to save us some money? ?
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3 weeks ago
Prime Day is a made up marketing gimmick short for “inventory management day.”
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3 weeks ago
Just a reminder, but Prime Day is simply Amazon's take on trying to fancy up a garage sale. The only point of it is to clear out stale inventory to free up space for holiday inventory. Sure, there will be some deals to be had, but most is just useless junk nobody needed or needs.
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3 weeks ago
The 13" model with 16gb ram & 1TB is a perfect configuration for me...

Update: I arrive on the 512GB model when clicking. I thought indeed that the price was a bit low.
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3 weeks ago


Prime Day is a made up marketing gimmick short for “inventory management day.”

You just described Black Friday and most other sales also.
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3 weeks ago
That AirPods price is the lowest it’s ever been. Great deal. Don’t hesitate to pull the trigger on them if you’ve been waiting. They’re well worth the price for BT that works reliably and is always with you.
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