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Today we're tracking a series of discounts on both Apple's previous and current generation MacBook Pro, offered by B&H Photo and Amazon. You'll find the M1 models from 2021 at B&H Photo, while the newest M2 computers are on sale at both retailers in most cases.

M1 MacBook Pro

Starting with the M1 Max notebooks, B&H Photo is offering steep discounts on a pair of high-end configurations. You can get a 14-inch M1 Max MacBook Pro (32-core GPU, 64GB RAM, 2TB SSD) for $2,499.00, down from its original price of $4,099.00. It's only available in Space Gray at this price.

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There's also a 16-inch M1 Max MacBook Pro (32-core GPU, 64GB, 4TB) for $3,199.00 in Silver and Space Gray, down from $4,899.00. Both of these computers are custom high-end configurations of the 2021 MacBook Pro, offering more memory and storage over the stock models that Apple sells.

M2 MacBook Pro

We're also tracking a few discounts on Apple's latest MacBook Pro at Amazon and B&H Photo. These markdowns include a return of the best-ever price on the entry-level 10-Core M2 Pro, 512GB 14-inch model at $1,749.00, down from $1,999.00.


You can only get Space Gray at this discounted price, which is a match of the previous all-time low price on this model. As of writing, only B&H Photo is offering the sale on this version of the 14-inch MacBook Pro.

In a rarer discount, we're also tracking a new sale on the 12-Core M2 Max, 1TB 14-inch MacBook Pro at Amazon. You can get this notebook for $2,849.00, down from $3,099.00. Only Silver is available at this price on Amazon, but B&H Photo has both colors.

In terms of the larger screen model, Amazon also has a few notable discounts on the 16-inch MacBook Pro. You can get the 12-Core M2 Pro, 512GB 16-inch notebook for $2,249.99, down from $2,499.00. This deal is available in both colors and they're both in stock with delivery estimated for around June 23 to June 26.

Lastly, you can get the 12-Core M2 Pro, 1TB 16-inch MacBook Pro for $2,449.99, down from $2,699.00. Both colors are on sale at this price, and delivery dates for both are still estimated for around June 23.

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.

Article Link: Deals: Get Massive Discounts on High-End M1 MacBook Pros, as Well as Record Lows on M2 Models
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macrumors regular
Oct 3, 2021
I know these machines are crazy good but even after the eye popping amounts of discounts, the prices still look high for non-pro enthusiasts.
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macrumors 601
Oct 6, 2008
I picked up the same M1 Max deal a few weeks ago from B&H, it's incredible having so much ram, and also so much available storage. I usually go for 32GB of RAM and skimp on storage as I can make it work with just 512GB, but the deal was too much to pass up (The "original" apple price for this laptop was $4000 when you upgrade RAM/storage to those levels.) I think I'll be keeping this machine until the M4 models (And that will be unfortunate for my wallet, hopefully the baseline config moves up to 32GB RAM/1TB by then...)


macrumors 68000
Sep 24, 2009
Without any proof, I am 99% sure Apple will not allow Intel-based Macs to work with Apple Vision Pro. So, if you plan on buying Vision Pro and all you have is an Intel Mac, you better grab this deal.


macrumors newbie
Oct 27, 2017
I have dividing time between a Mac Studio M2 Max and a 2019 16" MBP Intel. I just ordered this 14" M1 MAX, as it gives me both the mobility of a laptop and the performance similar to the Mac Studio M2.

What this will help me with is, moving to a single machine + more storage. I do lose some performance and additional ports from Mac Studio M2.

What else will I be losing be after this switch?



macrumors newbie
May 8, 2022
Thanks B&H, I just took the plunge on the 14" M1 Max 2TB.

I've been rocking a 2018 13" MacBook i7 and almost picked up the 14" M2 Max last month. I ultimately decided to hold off until M3 and, honestly, wasn't even considering an M1 at this point (you know, "old" tech and all 😆). This is a pretty substantial discount, though, especially given the mostly modest performance boosts that M2 offers vs M1 (at least for most workflows) compared to the price.

Me now: Rocking a 2021 14" M1 Max eyeing the upcoming M3 (or, more realistically, M4) MacBook Pros coming down the pipeline. :cool:


macrumors member
Mar 28, 2011
Price went up as $200 of the discount expired last night. Does anyone know how often these go back to the $2499 price? I am on a 2015 MBP i5 2.9Ghz with 16gb of ram. My battery is failing; at ~67% capacity. I could replace it and keep on chugging along, but can't help but want the 14" MBP with 32 core GPU to pass down the 2015 to a kid.


macrumors newbie
Jun 24, 2023
Yooo I picked up the 16" M1 Max with the 64gb of ram and 4tb of space for 3199$$ Its my first Mac computer and this is amazing!!! Amazing computer and price!! Although I wish it had better gpu performance for everything else it's awesome. I'll hold on to this until the M4/M5 or whatever its going to be called. I feel like at that point Apple should be close to Nvidia GPUs like 4070/4080 but on par with whatever is being released that year.
As for gpu intensive stuff I'll just use my desktop with Nvidia gpu.
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