M1 MacBook deals are hitting their lowest prices yet this week

M1 MacBook deals sales cheap price Air Pro
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M1 MacBook deals are hitting both the US and UK this week, with big savings on the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models. That means you can pick up a luxury laptop with the latest M1 processor for its cheapest price yet right now, with plenty of configurations up for grabs.

You'll find the 13-inch M1 MacBook Air available for $1,179.92 at Amazon right now, marked down from a previous $1,249 MSRP. This model has only hit $1,200 in recent sales, so an extra $25 off makes for a particularly enticing MacBook deal, especially considering these laptops rarely take significant discounts. 

However, you'll also find the M1 MacBook Pro available for its lowest price ever as well. The 256GB configuration has just hit $1,219 at Amazon, down from $1,299. That's $35 cheaper than its record all time low. 

If you're in the UK you'll also find some excellent discounts, with KRCS's M1 MacBook deals shaving 10% off the entire range. That's led to the cheapest price yet on the 256GB MacBook Pro, coming in at £1,169.10 (was £1,299) and the same 10% saving available on a range of configurable MacBooks as well.

You'll find all of these MacBook deals and more just below, as well as the lowest prices from around the web as well.

M1 MacBook deals in the US

M1 MacBook Air (512GB): $1,249 $1,179.92 at Amazon

M1 MacBook Air (512GB): $1,249 $1,179.92 at Amazon
You can grab the 512GB M1 MacBook Air for a record low price at Amazon this weekend. That's excellent news for anyone after a MacBook Air with a little more space than the entry-level 256GB, however, note this discount is only available on the Silver model.


13-inch MacBook Pro M1 (8GB / 256GB): $1,299 $1,219 at Amazon
There's still time to grab this $1,224 price on the luxury M1 MacBook Pro if you're shopping in the US. It's the cheapest this model has ever been - beating out Black Friday prices by $35.


13-inch MacBook Pro M1 (8GB / 512GB): $1,499 $1,399 at Amazon
There's more storage space up for grabs here, with the 512GB M1 MacBook Pro taking a $100 discount at Amazon. We've seen this discount sitting on the shelves for a while, though you've got another chance to score that lowest price ever this week.

M1 MacBook deals in the UK


13-inch MacBook Pro M1 (8GB / 256GB): £1,299 £1,169.10 at KRCS
KRCS has dropped the 13-inch M1 MacBook Pro down to just £1,169.10 this week, offering up a brand new record price low for the 2020 powerhouse of a laptop. That beats out the previous cheapest price yet by about £30, making this an excellent buy if you've been holding out for a new machine.


10% off configurable MacBook Pro M1 laptops at KRCS
There's more, though, if you need a tougher spec than the entry level 8GB RAM / 256GB SSD then configuring your own MacBook Pro components is usually a costly affair. However, KRCS's latest MacBook deals are shaving 10% off a massive range of personally customized configurations right now as well.


13-inch MacBook Pro M1 (8GB / 256GB): £1,299 £1,192 at Amazon
If you prefer to shop through Amazon, you can still save some cash. The entry level model is available for just £1,192 right now - more than £100 off the original RRP.


13-inch MacBook Pro M1 (8GB / 512GB): £1,499 £1,399.97 at Amazon
There's a £100 discount on the 512GB M1 MacBook Pro as well, with the extra storage space coming in particularly handy for media editing and larger video files.

More M1 MacBook deals

These MacBook Air deals are perfectly suited for those after a cheaper laptop, however you can spend just a little more and find some excellent MacBook Pro deals as well. If you're looking to fill out your whole ecosystem, it's worth taking a look at cheap iPad deals as well, as the tablet can compliment Apple's luxury laptops incredibly well. Of course, there's always plenty of laptop deals in much cheaper price brackets as well.

Tabitha Baker
Deals Editor

Tabs is a Deals Editor at TechRadar, bringing you all the latest savings on the tech everyone's talking about and covering deals on gaming, laptops, tablets and more in the US and UK. Happiest with a DualSense controller in her hand, she's also contributed to GamesRadar, Tom's Guide and T3 and specializes in gaming hardware and computing.