Deals: Apple's New MacBook Pro Gets First Discounts on Amazon and Expercom

Apple just announced new models of the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro with faster M2 Pro and M2 Max chips, and Amazon and Expercom are already offering savings on the new notebooks. At Amazon you can get a straight cash discount and at Expercom you can save on AppleCare+ bundles.

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Amazon has three models at a discount, starting with the 14-inch MacBook Pro (M2 Pro 512GB) in both Space Gray and Silver for $1,949.99, down from $1,999.00. The new MacBook Pros don't launch until January 24, so this is a pre-order sale and Amazon will ship the computer when it launches next week.

If you're looking for a 16-inch model, Amazon also has the base M2 Pro 512GB model available in Space Gray for $2,449.99, down from $2,499.00.

If you need a bit more storage, Amazon also has a discount on the 16-inch model with 1TB of storage in Space Gray at $2,649.99, down from $2,699.00.

Although only $49 off, these are the first straight cash discounts we have tracked for the new line of MacBook Pros, so it's a great chance for early adopters to save a little bit of money. If you want to get AppleCare+ with your new MacBook Pro, however, read on below for Expercom's deals.


All of the savings listed below require you to bundle the new MacBook Pros with AppleCare+. When doing so you can save up to $280 off these notebooks. Shoppers should also note that Expercom does not yet have stock yet so these are pre-orders for the new MacBook Pros, and they should ship within 7-14 days.

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You'll see these bundle prices if you scroll a bit to the middle section of the Expercom MacBook Pro pages, and find the area under "Get a discount." Here you can add both the MacBook Pro and AppleCare+ for Mac to your cart with the similarly labeled button, and get the savings.

14-inch MacBook Pro

  • M2 Pro 512GB - $2,141.32 with AppleCare+, down from $2,278.00 ($137 off)
  • M2 Pro 1TB - $2,329.32 with AppleCare+, down from $2,478.00 ($149 off)
  • M2 Pro 2TB - $2,987.32 with AppleCare+, down from $3,178.00 ($191 off)

16-inch MacBook Pro

  • M2 Pro 512GB - $2,666.16 with AppleCare+, down from $2,898.00 ($232 off)
  • M2 Pro 1TB - $2,850.16 with AppleCare+, down from $3,098.00 ($248 off)
  • M2 Pro 2TB - $3,218.16 with AppleCare+, down from $3,498.00 ($280 off)

Head to our full Deals Roundup to get caught up with all of the latest deals and discounts that we've been tracking over the past week.

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Top Rated Comments

ilikewhey Avatar
15 months ago
if anyone can wait i would suggest you wait, this update is more or less a stop gag before the m3 3nm next year, if you really need it a used m1 14 or 16inch can be had for alot better price.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
sw1tcher Avatar
15 months ago

Is this common? I mean this early after release for anyone to offer discounts?

It hasn’t even shipped yet and they’re already putting out a sale price on a preorder. No wonder they delayed the launch
Amazon did the same thing for the M1 Pro MBP back in 2021
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svish Avatar
15 months ago
Good to see discounts this early!!
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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