Deals: Take Up to $800 Off Apple's 2021 MacBook Pro in Latest Sales [Updated]

Today we're tracking a few discounts on the 2021 MacBook Pro, including both 14-inch and 16-inch models. You'll find these deals at both Amazon and B&H Photo, with sales that reach up to $800 off select notebooks with all-time low prices.

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Starting with the 14-inch MacBook Pro (10-Core M1 Pro, 1TB), this model is available for $1,899.00, down from $2,499.00. Amazon has this notebook in Silver and Space Gray, with an estimated delivery window of May 22 through May 24 for most United States residences.

The 16-inch MacBook Pro (10-Core M1 Pro, 1TB) has hit a new low price of $1,999.00, down from $2,699.00 [matched at B&H]. Additionally, the 16-inch MacBook (10-Core M1 Max, 1TB) is available for $2,699.00, down from $3,499.00 [matched at B&H]. These are both all-time low prices.


Although we have tracked a few solid markdowns on the newer 2023 MacBook Pro, today's deals on the previous generation models are far steeper and perfect for anyone looking to purchase an Apple notebook and doesn't need the latest model.

If you're on the hunt for more discounts, be sure to visit our Apple Deals roundup where we recap the best Apple-related bargains of the past week.

Update: We've updated this article with a new price on the 14-inch MacBook Pro, which has dropped by another $100 on Amazon.

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puckhead193 Avatar
14 months ago

It's going to be super difficult to decide either the new M2 15 inch macbook air or a 2021 16 inch macbook pro. They will be the same price. Literally 16 inch beats it in every way except portability.
The 16" is a monster if you travel.... I since picked up a 13" MBA for my travels and the 16 inches stays at home...
The rumored 15" MBA will be interesting...
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ilikewhey Avatar
13 months ago

Do you have a link for that? I only see this spec for 3600
https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/14-mbp-m1-max-10-core-64gb-ram-2tb-ssd-for-2500-at-b-h.2389175/?post=32169948#post-32169948

its gone.
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ilikewhey Avatar
14 months ago
the 2500 bucks deal from B&H is much better, m1 max 64gb ram 2tb.
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Eggtastic Avatar
14 months ago
I have the M1 14". Love it except the bull**** apple pulled by not having HDMI 2.1 on this model when the tech has been available for years.
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kltmom Avatar
14 months ago

It's going to be super difficult to decide either the new M2 15 inch macbook air or a 2021 16 inch macbook pro. They will be the same price. Literally 16 inch beats it in every way except portability.
I was waiting for the 15 inch MacBook Air, but Costco had the 16 inch M1 MacBook Pro (base model) on sale for only $1799. The only "negative" for me, the only major difference between the two, was giving up having the M2 chip and settling for the older M1. For my personal needs, that difference was highly negligible. The higher weight of the 16 inch MacBook Pro isn't a factor for me at all, as I don't plan on traveling with it or taking it anywhere (that's what my iPad Pros are for). The positives far outweighed simply getting the latest chip available--the even bigger screen, the Liquid Retina XDR and Promotion display (both specs which I love in my M1 12.9 iPad Pro). I was even able to get an additional $300 off because of a promotion with my credit card, which effectively made it $1500--but even without that it was a spectacular deal, for me. Anyway, I figured that the base model 15 inch M2 MacBook Air will probably be around $1500 already, so it was an easy choice.
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svish Avatar
13 months ago
Great pricing for the 2021 MacBook Pro models
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