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Apple's 14-inch MacBook Pro (M1 Pro, 8-core CPU, 512GB) has dropped to $1,749.99, down from $1,999.00. This sale price will be reflected after you add the MacBook Pro to your cart on Amazon and receive an automatic coupon worth $200.

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In total this discount reaches to $249 off the original price of the 14-inch MacBook Pro, and it's a new all-time low price on this model. You can get the sale in both Silver and Space Gray color options, and both are in stock and sold by Amazon.


Final price includes $200 taken off at 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.

Update: The sale quickly expired, but if it returns to Amazon we'll update this article again.

Update 2: The sale has returned, but only in Space Gray.

Update 3: The sale has expired again.

Article Link: Deals: Apple's 14-Inch MacBook Pro Drops to Record Low Price of $1,749.99 ($249 Off) [Update: Expired]
 
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akfgpuppet

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Is it sold out already? I can add it to my cart, but when I check out, my cart is empty. Clicking on buy now, just sends me to my empty cart.
 

jumanji

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this is a great deal but I really, really wish it was on a 10 core or higher one. my guess is that not many are buying the 8 core
 

nfl46

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Is it sold out already? I can add it to my cart, but when I check out, my cart is empty. Clicking on buy now, just sends me to my empty cart.
Yep, it’s OOS. It was posted on Slickdeals and likely went fast.

Edit: the deal is going in and out. SG is back available.
 
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japasneezemonk

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I am still waiting for these to hit the Apple Refurbished site to see how low the prices for some of the higher spec models might go.
 

macduke

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I'm still seeing it for $1949 with $200 off coupon at checkout. That being said, no way I'm buying a "Pro" machine with only a half TB of storage and 16GB of RAM in 2022.
 
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Furfural

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Same sale going on at Costco - if you purchased this model from Costco within the last 30 days you may be eligible of a price adjustment refund. I bought mine 29 days ago.. See how that goes.
 
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turbineseaplane

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Does anybody understand how this works? How can Amazon drop Apple listed price by 249$ and still make a profit? Do Apple sell very large numbers of their products to Amazon at such a big discount and, if so, why?

That’s how much Apple overprices things at MSRP now

I think it was a conscious choice at some point to push up MRSPs a bit to make more room for “SALE!!!” pricing while still maintaining their margins.

Brand new Apple products hit sale pricing at third party retailers very quickly nowadays.
It’s a retail sales carrot that definitely works.
 
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Macalway

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The reason this sale is going on?

Because I bought one 2 days ago full price. I bought it at Best Buy which price matches, btw. Thanks ....not
 
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SSDGUY

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Is it me or does it seem like SSD storage prices has not declined in relation to the increase in processor power. I mean, $500 more to go from 512GB to 1TB? That's a huge percentage of the total cost.
 
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