Deals: Amazon Has Apple's 2021 MacBook Pro at Up to $500 Off Select Models

Today we're tracking a few deals on Apple's 2021 MacBook Pro at Amazon, which has up to $500 off select models of the previous-generation MacBook Pro. This includes sales on both 14-inch and 16-inch models of the 2021 MacBook Pro.

14-Inch MacBook Pro

Starting with the 14-inch MacBook Pro (10-Core M1 Pro, 1TB), this model is available for $1,999.97, down from $2,499.00. This sale beats the previous price tracked earlier in the month by about $100, and it's an overall match of the best deal we've ever seen on this MacBook Pro.

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16-Inch MacBook Pro

Moving to the 16-inch MacBook Pro (10-Core M1 Pro, 512GB), Amazon has this model for $2,099.00 in Space Gray, down from $2,499.00. Compared to previous sales, it's a second-best price on the notebook.

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Lastly, the 16-inch MacBook Pro (10-Core M1 Max, 1TB) is available for $2,999.00, down from $3,499.00. Amazon has this sale available in Silver, and it's a match of the lowest price we've ever tracked on this model of the 2021 MacBook Pro.

You can find even more discounts on other MacBooks by visiting our Best Deals guide for MacBook Pro and MacBook Air. In this guide we track the steepest discounts for the newest MacBook models every week, so be sure to bookmark it and check back often if you're shopping for a new Apple notebook.

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Allen_Wentz Avatar
17 months ago

?? Sure I know that. Besides having lived it repeatedly, the analysis is butt-stupid easy.
E.g. my 2016 MBP bought in 2017 to save ~$1200 no longer takes the latest OS (which I prefer, to best synch with my other devices), while the 2017 MBP wpuld take the latest OS.
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Allen_Wentz Avatar
17 months ago
Simple analysis immediately tells us that the life of an M1 box is a year less than that of an M2 box: e.g. 2-5 years versus 3-6 years (every user being different of course, but all lose a year). In addition to the year shorter life cycle, for most buyers $500 is not remotely enough money to justify being intentionally a tech generation behind for the lifetime of a new MBP.

Just my (well informed) $0.02.

P.S. Note that I did not say do not sometimes buy year-old tech. I said get a better deal than a paltry $500 to justify the shorter life cycle and forever being a year behind. I did when I bought my now EOL 2016 MBP in 2017.
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