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Amazon's all-time low discount on the 14-inch MacBook Pro (M1 Pro, 16-core GPU, 1TB SSD) has returned this week, dropping the price of the notebook to $2,249.99 with on-page coupon, down from $2,499.00. This sale is only available in Silver, and you won't see the sale price until you reach the checkout screen due to the automatic on-page coupon.

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With the coupon, this deal takes a total of $249 off the original price of this 14-inch M1 MacBook Pro. To date this is the best discount that we've ever tracked on this model, and only Amazon is reaching this low of a price at this time.

Note: You won't see the deal price until checkout.



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.

Article Link: Deals: 14-Inch 1TB MacBook Pro on Sale for All-Time Low Price of $2,249.99
 

A_Hunger_Artist

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Anyone have any experience getting Best Buy to price match these type of discounts? I need a new MBP by Monday for a work thing and Amazon won’t get it here fast enough.
 

tizeye

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Anyone have any experience getting Best Buy to price match these type of discounts? I need a new MBP by Monday for a work thing and Amazon won’t get it here fast enough.
Generally no problem with Amazon as it is one of the recognized online retailers identified by Best Buy for price match. To use pricematch, I just bring it up on my iPhone to verify and it is a done deal. There are two caveats. 1) Must be in stock at Amazon, and 2) must note "ships and sold by Amazon", not one of their 3rd party vendors.

The other issue - must be identical, and Besr Buy only stocks Space Gray...not Silver.
 
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GeneticBloom

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Anyone have any experience getting Best Buy to price match these type of discounts? I need a new MBP by Monday for a work thing and Amazon won’t get it here fast enough.

When I bought my M1 Air from Best Buy they priced matched Amazon originally, and then again when Amazon dropped it $50 less a week later. It was quick and easy for Best Buy to make the price adjustment both times.
 
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amartinez1660

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Oh man, I feel like buying this for my brother
If your brother (or anybody reading this) doesn’t need 32GB of RAM, it’s definitely a solid deal… I got this exact one it for the full price due to “couldn’t get back in time” emergency and used it wfh for game dev on Unity with absolutely zero issues, outcome? Two months later and I’m still using it! Even prefer doing some video trailers there instead of a main iMac as it’s definitely faster and snappier.

Other savings that people don’t realize when compared to windows PCs: if not needing office and iWorks is good it comes with it for free, that’s a chunk there. Same for windows licenses. Won’t be bothered by mcafee or tons of others Ads, which I don’t get how this is still legal, buy and pay for a new PC to get bombarded with Ads as soon as the first boot sequence.

And most importantly, it just* works
*mostly, depending on whomever pushed the whatever Monterey version of the week without even testing it ?
 
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JPSaltzman

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Price cut by $249 (or whatever). But then you absolutely need to get AppleCare Plus (and Extra Plus and Super-Duper Plus) for $249, $349, or whatever Apple charges for their high-end products -- just in case, because whether it's M1 or M2 or M-whatever.... things happen.

So what do you really save?
 

Jcxa

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This is code for Apple miscalculated demand for the base model. They are reducing inventory by the time tested method of cutting the price. The 'Custom configured' is the new base and Apple is slammed with orders. I expect they will catch up to demand around the time the next latest and greatest is released.
 
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