Cyber Monday is over, but there are still some last-minute MacBook Pro deals available for you to snap up. Many Cyber Monday deals are still going strong, though we're now approaching the final cut-off for this year's mega-sale event.
We saw some brilliant Black Friday MacBook Pro deals these past few days, and the good news is that many of them are still going strong! Not only have we seen price cuts on older MacBook Pros, as we expected, but we got some pleasant surprises as well, with some decent savings on the very latest M3-powered models of the MacBook Pro 14-inch and MacBook Pro 16-inch!
So, we have a good feeling that Cyber Monday will continue to be an excellent time to invest in a powerful new MacBook Pro. Below, you'll find the very best Cyber Monday deals we've found (and make sure you check out our roundup of the best Cyber Monday laptop deals as well). We'll be updating this page throughout the day to bring you the very latest MacBook Pro deals as they emerge.
Cyber Monday MacBook Pro deals - quick links (US)
- Amazon: Consistently has some good deals on MacBooks of all kinds
- Best Buy: up to $500 off on select MacBook models
- B&H Photo: A great place to find discounts on MacBook Pro models
- Adorama: Save up to $1,000 off on the 14-inch MacBook Pro
Cyber Monday MacBook Pro 13-inch deals (US)
MacBook Pro 13-inch (M2, 2022): was
$1,499 now $1,449 at Adorama
This model of the MacBook Pro 13-inch with M2 chip features a larger 512GB SSD than the base model, and it's got a $200 price cut for Cyber Monday. The added storage space is certainly welcome for people who want to use the smallest MacBook Pro for work, but the 256GB version is a further $200 cheaper than this model at the moment. If you can cope with a smaller SSD, that's much better value.
Cyber Monday MacBook Pro 14-inch deals (US)
MacBook Pro 14-inch (M1 Pro, 2021): was
$2,799 now $2,499 at Adorama
Adorama has cut a big $300 off the first generation of the MacBook Pro 14-inch, which comes with the powerful M1 Pro chip, with a 10-core CPU and 14-core GPU, along with 32GB of memory and large 1TB SSD. It's only two years old, which means that while it's not the most recent model, it's still very good - especially at this lower price.
Cyber Monday MacBook Pro Deals – MacBook Pro 16-inch (US)
MacBook Pro 16-inch (M1 Max, 2021): was
$3,299 now $2,999 at Adorama
This $300 price cut brings the 2021 model of the 16-inch MacBook Pro with some still-excellent specs. You get what was once the most powerful chip Apple made when it launched (the M1 Max with a 10-core CPU and 24-core GPU), 32GB of memory, and huge 1TB storage space. It's still expensive, but it's certainly cheaper than the M2 Max and new M3 Max models.
Cyber Monday MacBook Pro deals - quick links (UK)
- Amazon: Discounts on new MacBooks start at £70 off
- Argos: Latest MacBook models with in-store pickup
- Currys: Deals on MacBook Pros coming soon
- Ebuyer: Save big on all the latest MacBooks starting as low as £1,196
- Laptops Direct: Savings on a range of MacBook Pro models
Cyber Monday MacBook Pro 13-inch deals (UK)
MacBook Pro 13-inch (M1, 2020): was £
1,298 now £899.97 at Laptops Direct
The first generation MacBook Pro 13-inch with Apple's own silicon has plummeted in price ahead of Cyber Monday, and has a massive £399 price cut, putting it at a similar level as the M1 MacBook Air, but with a bit more flexibility thanks to its better thermal performance, so it can work harder for longer. With 8GB of memory and 256GB SSD storage, this is a brilliant deal for a laptop that remains an excellent performer.
Cyber Monday MacBook Pro 14-inch deals (UK)
NEW MacBook Pro 14-inch (M3, 2023): was
£1,699 now £1,569 at Amazon
Amazon has cut £130 from the very latest MacBook Pro 14-inch model, mere weeks after it launched. You've got to love Black Friday and Cyber Monday! This is the least powerful model, with the base M3 chip, 8GB, and 512GB SSD, so if you want more power (especially in the memory department), then look at some of the slightly older models below.
Apple MacBook Pro 14-inch (M1 Pro, 2021): was
£2,232.97 now £1,649.97 at Laptops Direct
It's an older MacBook, sir, but it checks out. Yes, this M1 Pro version of the MacBook Pro is a whopping £583 off at Laptops Direct for Cyber Monday, and it's not the base configuration either - you get a large 1TB SSD and 16GB of RAM in addition to Apple's high-res display with 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio. Unlike the MacBook Air, this laptop also features an HDMI output for easily connecting a second display.
NEW MacBook Pro 14-inch (M3 Pro, 2023): was
£2,099 now £1,949.97 at Amazon
OK, £150 off might not seem like a massive saving, but considering that this is only a few weeks old, this is still impressive. You get the M3 Pro chip with an 11-core CPU, 14-core GPU, 18GB memory, and 512GB SSD, which is decent specs for the lower price.
Cyber Monday MacBook Pro 16-inch deals (UK)
MacBook Pro 16-inch (M1 Pro, 2021): was
£2,024.97 now £1,679.97 at Laptops Direct
If you're looking for the larger version of the MacBook Pro, you can nab the 16-inch model for only £50 more than the 14-inch iteration at Laptops Direct. This model comes equipped with the M1 Pro chip, 16GB of unified memory, and a 512GB SSD - and of course, Apple's incredible 120Hz Liquid Retina XDR display.
NEW MacBook Pro 16-inch (M3 Pro, 2023): was
£2,599 now £2,449 at Amazon
The new larger model of the MacBook Pro has got a price cut in the UK. You get an M3 Pro chip with 12-core chip, 18-core GPU, 18GB memory and 512GB SSD. While this isn't a huge saving, £150 off such a new MacBook is practically unheard of, so if you were thinking of splashing out on the cutting-edge MacBook Pros, this is a very welcome deal!
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