Deals: New MacBook Pro Sales Include Up to $1,400 Off 2021 Models and $250 Off 2023 Models

B&H Photo today has a collection of 2021 MacBook Pro models at record low prices, with up to $1,400 off these custom configurations with higher storage. Only B&H Photo is offering this sale, and you can get the discounts through April 30 at 10:59 p.m. Central Time. At the same time, you'll find multiple all-time low prices on 2023 MacBook Pros below.

2021 MacBook Pro

Savings are centered around two high-end configurations of the 2021 MacBook Pro, including both 14-inch and 16-inch models. You can get the 14-inch MacBook Pro (M1 Max 32-Core GPU, 2TB) for $2,899.00, down from $4,099.00. There are also a few different AppleCare+ bundles being sold on B&H Photo with this computer.

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For the 16-inch MacBook Pro (M1 Max 32-Core GPU, 4TB), this notebook has dropped to $3,699.00, from $4,899.00. Similar to the 14-inch model, the 16-inch computer is also being sold with AppleCare+ protection bundles on B&H Photo.

Moving away from B&H Photo's sale, if you're interested in a regular configuration of the previous generation MacBook Pro, Amazon has a solid deal. You can get the 14-inch MacBook Pro (10-Core M1 Pro, 1TB) for $1,999.00, down from $2,499.00. This is a match of the all-time low price on this version of the MacBook Pro, and right now Amazon only has Silver at this price.

2023 MacBook Pro

For the newer devices, we're tracking a few record low prices across Amazon and B&H Photo, with the majority of deals on the 16-inch MacBook Pro. The sole 14-inch MacBook Pro deal can be found at B&H Photo, where you can get the 512GB computer for the best-ever price of $1,749.00, down from $1,999.00.

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You'll find more deals on the 16-inch MacBook Pros this week, starting with the 512GB M2 Pro computer for $2,249.00, down from $2,499.00 [matched at B&H Photo]. There's also the 1TB M2 Pro model for $2,449.00, down from $2,699.00 [matched at B&H Photo].


The only M2 Max 16-inch MacBook Pro being discounted this week can be found at B&H Photo, which has the 1TB M2 Max notebook for $3,249.00, down from $3,499.00. Shoppers should note that all MacBook Pro deals at B&H Photo, including savings on the new models, will also end on April 30 at 10:59 p.m. Central Time.

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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Top Rated Comments

Mr. Dee Avatar
14 months ago
Something is going on here? You know what I'm starting to think? A whole lot of people upgraded to M1 both Air and Pro during the pandemic and they have absolutely no need for an upgrade. The M1 Pro and Max MacBook Pro's were the mop up crew that finished things off. Then the threat of recession scared people into saving whatever disposable income they had and avoid any non-essential upgrades.

I am concerned if there is gonna be much if any demand for the M3.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Alfredo_Delgado Avatar
14 months ago

I am concerned if there is gonna be much if any demand for the M3.
On the contrary, I think a sizable segment are skipping M2 and holding out for the M3 for the very reasons you've laid out.

Apple didn't do themselves any favors with the high pricing. Personally, during the M2 phase I've spec'ed out and dumped at least three orders on different systems based on not being able to justify the final price after getting dinged $200/$400 per BTO upgrades.
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
JM Avatar
14 months ago

If you don’t need the Pro, I’d say, go with the Air. You’re not going to notice any difference unless you’re using some capability that the Pro offers. If you’re not rendering 4K videos, you’re not going to notice all the graphics power because it’s not doing anything with most tasks.

It’s kind of like having a Lamborghini but never driving over 25 mph. Sure there’s a cool factor so maybe that’s your motive and that’s fine but with normal use you won’t tell the difference. If you’re carrying it with you, you will notice the weight difference of the Air. Also, there’s rumors of a larger MacBook Air so that will be interesting.
I wish I even had a business reason for a new Air ?

The 15” is extremely interesting, but I still have a Dell laptop on windows 10 that runs really well, so no argument for a new computer other than “I wanna”. Ha
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
CoolSpot Avatar
14 months ago

Something is going on here? You know what I'm starting to think? A whole lot of people upgraded to M1 both Air and Pro during the pandemic and they have absolutely no need for an upgrade. The M1 Pro and Max MacBook Pro's were the mop up crew that finished things off. Then the threat of recession scared people into saving whatever disposable income they had and avoid any non-essential upgrades.

I am concerned if there is gonna be much if any demand for the M3.
Why the heck would anyone need to upgrade from an M1 mac? I'm willing to bet that a very large percentage (probably 30-40%) of all Mac users are still on Intel hardware. Stuff from 2017 supports Ventura and for most general computing tasks, even older Apple hardware isn't challenged at all.

I think people that were interested in Apple silicon for its own merits probably upgraded during the initial M1 products. I think the rest of the Mac-using population is going to gradually shift over as Apple fades out support for new OS versions and as some of the missing holes (27" iMac) get filled in.

I don't think anyone with an M1 Mac of any variety should seriously be considering upgrades to M2 or M3 hardware. The Apple hardware upgrades are so minor and incremental that it will be many generations before its actually worth upgrading.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Mega ST Avatar
14 months ago
To me it looks like many people are not sure about the apple silicon roadmap and when to buy a new one? In the beginning it sounded like they would immediately be expanded with more cores and a flood of new generations at short intervals. After some time it becomes clear that progress is slower and only custom software can make full use of apple silicon plus the eGPU question is far from being solved. Add extreme prices for bigger storage and RAM that won't be upgradeable later on and it is no surprise people possibly facing a recession are hesitant to buy.
It's good to see prices come down a bit I have played with the idea to get a more budget friendly M1 MBP myself finally needing to switch from intel to Apple silicon. But for now I am waiting and hoping for the M3.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
turbineseaplane Avatar
14 months ago
Still ticking along with my 8700 + RX 6800 Hackintosh

Does all I need and I love having a dual boot machine to also accomplish my Windows gaming
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)