Best Buy Takes Up to $500 Off M3 MacBook Pro in New Sale

Best Buy this weekend is offering a big selection of discounts on Apple's late 2023 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro, with up to $500 off select models. These deals are available to all shoppers and do not require a My Best Buy Plus or Total membership.

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14-Inch MacBook Pro

Starting with the 14-inch MacBook Pro, Best Buy's new sale is focusing on the higher-end M3 Pro and M3 Max models. Prices start at $1,699.00 for the M3 Pro 512GB model, and also include the M3 Max 1TB model for $2,899.00, both of which represent $300 discounts and all-time low prices.




16-Inch MacBook Pro

Moving to the larger display models, you'll find up to $500 off select 16-inch MacBook Pros at Best Buy this weekend. Prices start at $2,199.00 for the M3 Pro, 18GB RAM, 512GB model, and reach $3,499.00 for the high-end M3 Max, 48GB RAM, 1TB model. Just like the 14-inch devices, every discount in this sale represents a record low price on each computer.




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.

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mcnallym Avatar
1 week ago

It’s the economy dude. Laptop sales are down 30% for everyone. Good deals though.
Beat me to it. Even here in the UK then USA economy and people feeling pinch due to increased cost of living. Reading one article and said 25% increase in grocery prices since 2021. At which point big ticket items like this are going to be less important.
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adamw Avatar
1 week ago
Clearing them out in preparation for M4 models!
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Rychiar Avatar
1 week ago

When will these deals include better capacity like 2 or 4 TB?
stores don't sell those
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ghanwani Avatar
1 week ago
These machines have 2 things going against them. They weigh too much and their displays cause eye strain and headaches. The latter is an absolute deal breaker. Apple is long way from fixing either of those. So expect a lot more sales.

I just paid $2000+ for a 14" 16GB/512GB laptop that weighs 2.2 lb and has an EyeSafe display.

I'm a diehard macOS fan. I'm not price sensitive. But Apple drove me away.
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tim1000 Avatar
1 week ago
at these prices might pick up a 2nd notebook.
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GuruZac Avatar
1 week ago
Given the minor spec bump year over year from M1 Pro ➡️ M2 Pro ➡️ M3 Pro, I’d expect another minor spec increase for M4 Pro. Apple really blew us out of the water with the M1, M1 Pro, M1 Max, and M1 Ultra. Everything subsequently has been iterative, which is fine.
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