Apple just announced new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models with faster M2 Pro and M2 Max chips, and Amazon and Expercom are already offering discounts on the new notebooks. Get direct cash discounts at Amazon and save on AppleCare+ bundles at Expertcom.
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Amazon only has one model at a discounted price, and that’s the 14-inch MacBook Pro (M2 Pro 512GB). $1,949.99, down from $1,999.00. The new MacBook Pro won’t be available until his January 24th, so this is a pre-order, and Amazon will ship the computer when it launches next week.
A meager $49 off, but this is the first consecutive cash discount we’ve tracked on the new line of MacBook Pros, so it’s a great opportunity for early adopters to save a little money. If you want to, read below about Expercom trading.
All savings listed below require AppleCare+ bundled with your new MacBook Pro. By doing so, you can save up to $280 on these notebooks. Also, Expercom doesn’t have them in stock yet, so these are pre-orders for the new MacBook Pros and should ship within 7-14 days.
Scroll down a bit to the middle section of the Expercom MacBook Pro page and find the area under “Get Discounts” to see these bundle prices. Here you can add both MacBook Pro and AppleCare+ for Mac to your cart using the similarly labeled buttons and save.
14-inch MacBook Pro
- M2 Pro 512GB – $2,141.32, down from $2,278.00 with AppleCare+ ($137 off)
- M2 Pro 1TB – $2,329.32, down from $2,478.00 with AppleCare+ ($149 off)
- M2 Pro 2TB – $2,987.32, down from $3,178.00 with AppleCare+ ($191 off)
16-inch MacBook Pro
- M2 Pro 512GB – $2,666.16 with AppleCare+, down from $2,898.00 ($232 off)
- M2 Pro 1TB – $2,850.16 with AppleCare+, down from $3,098.00 ($248 off)
- M2 Pro 2TB – $3,218.16 with AppleCare+, down from $3,498.00 ($280 off)
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