Amazon Prime Big Deal Days: 15-Inch MacBook Air Drops to Record Low Prices at $250 Off [Updated]

Amazon's October "Prime Big Deal Days" sale event has now ended, but you can still get Apple's 15-inch MacBook Air for $250 off and at all-time low prices right now.

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The 256GB model is available for $1,049.00, down from $1,299.00. Amazon has all four colors available at this price, and you'll find an October 13 through October 16 shipping estimate for most options.

The 512GB model is available at $1,249.00 in all four colors, down from $1,499.00. Both sales represent a match for the best prices we've ever seen on this 2023 15-inch MacBook Air.

If you're looking for even more Prime Day sales, be sure to visit our hubs on The Best Apple Deals and The Best Tech Accessories. We will continue to track Prime Day deals as the event continues, so be sure to keep an eye on our front page for more news. Remember that you can sign up for Amazon Prime for free for one month to take advantage of the deals.

Update: We've updated this article to reflect the end of Amazon's Prime Day sale, but all prices remain the same on these notebooks as of October 12.

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Top Rated Comments

Agincourt Avatar
8 weeks ago
I'm tempted to buy one now upgraded to 16 GB RAM and 512 GB storage for $1449 USD
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
CalMin Avatar
8 weeks ago
Fantastic deals!
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
StoneJack Avatar
8 weeks ago
1000 dollars is a fair price for the 15 MBA. I think it was overpriced at the start.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
sw1tcher Avatar
8 weeks ago
It's $999.00 at Best Buy if you happen to be a Best Buy Plus or Best Buy Total member while the 13.6" M2 MBA 8/256 is $899
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MBAir2010 Avatar
8 weeks ago
I would rather buy through apple and feel better knowing the product works and the price is fair.
AND we usually get the  product the next day from , not some creep.

Is there anyone else tired of every Mac or Apple News and review website
insists on buying  products through amazon?
I stopped visiting these biased sites for good.

thems will execute me soon for this post!
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Agincourt Avatar
8 weeks ago
Well I've decided not to pursue this even if it's a great deal. My intel-based computers are satisfactory for my needs and I'm not seeking to get addicted to new games with high specs. While the new M series processors are on a whole new level compared to intel, dumping $1500 USD on a new laptop just doesn't make sense for me now.

Maybe in two or three years (or whenever intel becomes truly obsolete) I'll look back and be grateful. By then this would sell for less than 1k or the specs of the new version will be that much better.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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