Best MacBook Pro Deals
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Best MacBook Pro Deals for December 2022
Apple resellers are hosting a variety of sales matching the best MacBook Pro Black Friday deals. From discounts on the M2 13-inch systems to steep markdowns on M1 Pro and M1 Max 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros, shoppers can take advantage of bonus savings on nearly every configuration.
14-inch MacBook Pro discounts
16-inch MacBook Pro markdowns
13-inch MacBook Pro with M2 promotions
- Save up to $200 on M2 MacBook Pro laptops. Look for the green price tag icon next to qualifying prices to bring up coupon details.
MacBook Pro pricing
Comparing prices across top retailers is easy when you visit the AppleInsider Apple Price Guides. Find exclusive coupon savings and instant cash discounts on nearly every Mac computer. Here's how to access the MacBook Pro-specific Price Guides, with some of 2022's best MacBook Pro deals going on today on both current and closeout models:
Current MacBook Pro models
Apple resellers are also offering AppleInsider readers exclusive coupons this December, with savings knocking hundreds off dozens of MacBook Pros. Check out these coupon discounts:
- Save up to $500 on MacBook Pros with coupon code APINSIDER. AppleCare is also discounted with the APINSIDER code ($199 for M1 13-inch models, $209 for 14-inch models and $319 for Apple Silicon 16-inch configs). Use this special pricing link or the Adorama links in the AppleInsider Price Guide. Check out these step-by-step instructions to see where to enter the code during checkout.
- Also going on in December: Save an extra 5% on your purchase with the Adorama Edge Credit Card.
Which MacBook Pro is right for you?
Apple offers three models of the MacBook Pro. The base model uses the new M2 processor and is only available with a 13-inch display and a Touch Bar. The high-end models come with the M1 Pro and M1 Max processors and can be configured with a 14-inch display or 16-inch Display.
13-inch MacBook Pro
The 13-inch MacBook Pro was refreshed in June 2022 with the launch of the next-generation Apple Silicon M2 chip. The base 13-inch MacBook Pro configuration with a 256GB SSD costs $1,299, ringing in as the same entry price as the Intel 13-inch MacBook Pro.
The portable MacBook Pro has two USB-C ports and is powered by Apple's M2 system-on-a-chip (SoC). Customers can configure up to 24GB of RAM and up to 2TB of storage in the M2 machines, maxing out the price at $2,499.
Then there is the option of buying a 13-inch configuration with an Intel processor, but Apple doesn't sell those new. These Intel MacBook Pros can be configured with up to 32GB of memory and 4TB of storage. Retail prices top out at $3,599, though AppleInsider exclusive deals are available to bring the cost down.
M2 MacBook Pro 13-inch Prices
14-inch MacBook Pro and 16-inch MacBook Pro
The updated 16-inch MacBook Pro and new 14-inch MacBook Pro take over as the new high-end models for pro customers. Since the smaller 14-inch model starts at $1,999, these are not for the casual or budget-conscious consumer.
Apple offers identical configurations for both size classes, so choose the size that best fits your needs. The 16-inch MacBook Pro will be best for those who plan to use this laptop primarily without an external monitor. The larger display size makes for a great working machine when away from your desk.
The 14-inch MacBook Pro is smaller and lighter, so much easier to lug around. However, you'll be trading off some battery life and display size for that portability. While this is the most portable of the two, the smaller display may leave you wanting an external monitor for more heavy-duty tasks like video editing or coding.
Each of these machines has the same port configurations no matter what processors are chosen. The MagSafe port can fast charge the MacBook Pro, but you'll need a high-wattage adapter to do so. The 16-inch MacBook Pro comes with the required adapter, while the 14-inch MacBook Pro needs a paid upgrade at checkout.
Choose between the M1 Pro and M1 Max. They each have the same 10-core CPU performance but offer wildly different GPU configurations. The M1 Pro will suit most users as the perfect prosumer chip, while those who need more power will opt for the more expensive M1 Max.
Prices start at $1,999 and can be increased to $6,099 based on model size, processor, storage, and RAM chosen at checkout. Configure the MacBook Pro with up to 64GB of RAM and 8TB of storage — all with exclusive MacBook Pro deals.