Looking for a MacBook Pro M2 deal? Now that the 2022 machine has been on the market for six months or so, there are several ways to snag a saving on one -- especially ahead of the holidays.
Unveiled alongside a redesignedat Apple's in the summer, the 13-inch MacBook Pro has been upgraded for 2022 and now packs even more power into a familiar design for an affordable entry-level professional laptop.
Retailing for $1,299, theis now readily available to buy and pick up in-store, and we've been on the hunt for the best MacBook Pro M2 deals across a variety of retailers since its launch. We've listed the best MacBook Pro M2 deals below and we'll keep this list updated as new offers emerge to help save you the most cash.
Best MacBook Pro M2 deals
Amazon has the 256GB MacBook Pro M2 listed at just $1,099 in space gray. That's a $200 price drop and the lowest we have seen it go since its summer launch. The 512GB version is seeing similar savings if you need the extra capacity.
B&H is matching Amazon's price cut on the MacBook Pro M2 meaning you can nab one there from $1,099, too. The retailer also offers a neat way to save on sales tax with its own-brand B&H Payboo credit card -- it gives you the tax back as cash back. On a purchase as large as a MacBook Pro, that could be a decent chunk of change depending on where you live.
Best Buy has $150 off the MacBook Pro M2 (Totaltech members save an extra $50) and also bundles in three months of iCloud Plus at no extra cost for new or returning subscribers. With it, you'll get storage for backing up photos, documents, and more plus added features like iCloud Private Relay, Hide My Email, and HomeKit Secure Video support.
You can, of course, order the MacBook Pro M2 directly at Apple. The company is renowned for not offering direct discounts, but its education store knocks $100 off the price of the MacBook Pro M2 plus education pricing on AppleCare for eligible buyers. If you're not a student or parent, you can still save by trading in your old MacBook (or any Apple device) for credit against your new one, or by using your Apple Card to spread the cost of your purchase while getting 3% cash back.
Adorama doesn't have a direct price drop on the MacBook Pro M2 right now, but its Adorama Rewards program is free to sign up for and allows you to earn points to redeem as credit against future purchases.