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Amazon, B&H Photo, and Adorama today are discounting the M1 MacBook Air to match previous record low prices for both 256GB and 512GB storage options. To start, you can get the 256GB model for $899.00 today on Adorama, down from an original price of $999.00.

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Only Silver and Space Gray are available at this price on Adorama. You can also find this sale on Amazon, with a $50 automatic coupon applied at checkout on the Gold and Silver colors. Gold is available to ship in one to two business days, and Silver will be in stock soon, according to Amazon.



Likewise, the 512GB version of the M1 MacBook Air is seeing a notable discount to $1,099.00, down from $1,249.00. This is a record low price for the notebook, and it's available in all colors. For Silver and Space Gray, you'll find an automatic coupon that will be applied to your order at the checkout screen. The same sale can be found at B&H Photo on the Gold model.



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: Get the M1 MacBook Air for Up to $150 Off, Starting at $899 for 256GB
 

Edgecrusherr

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Still only the awful 8GB version. You're better off getting an 8GB model, with AppleCare, off eBay than to get one of these. There's a lot of people that regret the 8GB model, sell them on eBay, then get the 16GB.
 
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Edgecrusherr

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it is frustrating that the 16GB models are never discounted. You can easily add external storage, but you are stuck with the RAM. I guess they know this too well.
I've buying from the Apple refurb store since 2009. Stock can be hit and miss sometimes, but you get a good discount, a full warranty, and the option for AppleCare. I currently have a 2018 MacBook Pro, and an M1 Mini, from there. https://www.apple.com/shop/refurbished/mac/macbook-air-macbook-pro-16gb
 

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I've buying from the Apple refurb store since 2009. Stock can be hit and miss sometimes, but you get a good discount, a full warranty, and the option for AppleCare. I currently have a 2018 MacBook Pro, and an M1 Mini, from there. https://www.apple.com/shop/refurbished/mac/macbook-air-macbook-pro-16gb
Apple's refurbs are great and are as good as new. However there is some drawbacks. They go in/out of stock quickly and will sometimes have long gaps where they have no availability.. You can't use your points/rewards that some retailers have that you may want to use. Also if you are like me and have a credit card that doubles warranties for free, "refurbs" are excluded.
 
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rgarjr

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it is frustrating that the 16GB models are never discounted. You can easily add external storage, but you are stuck with the RAM. I guess they know this too well.
The thing is you can only get the 16gb through Apple and not the third party retailers. Many people are fine with 8gb though.
 
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