MacBook Deals

MacBook deals are available at Macworld today, but could expire soon, so be quick and buy yours today.

You'll find all three of Apple's MacBooks discounted here, whether available refurbished from Apple itself, or discounted by a third-party reseller. That includes the 12in MacBook, the MacBook Air and the MacBook Pro.

Best Apple MacBook Deals

12in MacBook Deals

6% off all Macs at KRCS

From KRCS

Now Up to £745 off (6% off)

Right now you can get 6% off all Mac computers from KRCS, including iMac, iMac Pro, Mac mini and Mac Pro devices.

Apple Refurbished Mac Store (Discounted iMacs, MacBooks and more)

From Apple

Now Up to £300 off

You can get a Mac from Apple at much lower prices if you buy from the Refurbished Store. Apple will have thoroughly tested the model and will offer you a full warranty so it can be a great way to get a good deal. Find out more about Refurbished Macs here.

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MacBook Air Deals

Apple 13in MacBook Air, 1.1GHz quad-core, 512GB (2020)

From Currys/PC World

Was £1,299

Now £1,185 (£114 off)

This is the 2020 quad-core MacBook Air with 512GB storage. You can get it from Currys/PC World or there is a similar deal over at AO.com.

Apple 13in MacBook Air, 1.1GHz dual-core, 256GB (2020)

From Amazon

Was £999

Now £949 (£50 off)

This is the 2020 entry-level MacBook Air, which costs £999 at Apple. Amazon has a decent discount as does KRCS, although right now Amazon will save you a few more pennies.

Apple 13in MacBook Air, 1.1GHz quad-core, 512GB (2020)

From Amazon

Was £1,299

Now £1,185 (£114 off)

There's money to be saved on the 2020 quad-core MacBook Air over at Amazon.

We've seen this model for sale for even less though - at one point it was £1,152.67 (although it quickly went out of stock at that price). This is still a pretty good deal though.

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MacBook Pro Deals

Apple 15in MacBook Pro, 2.3GHz, eight-core i9, 16GB RAM, 512GB (2019)

From Amazon

Was £2,699

Now £1,990.87 (£708.13 off original price)

Save money on the top-of-the-range 2019 15in MacBook Pro with this Amazon deal. That's an 8-core 2.3GHz i9 9th generation Intel processor!

Apple has discontinued this Mac but its spec is actually quite similar to the new 16in model that would cost £2,799.

Apple 16in MacBook Pro, 2.3GHz i9 8-core 16GB/1TB Silver (2019)

From John Lewis

Was £2,799

Now £2,479 (£320 off)

John Lewis has money off the top of the range 16in MacBook Pro! It means that you can get the most powerful MacBook Pro laptop ever for much less than Apple's asking price.

Earlier this summer John Lewis had an even more amazing saving (it was listed for £2,149, which is £650 off) but that sold out quickly!

Apple 16in MacBook Pro, 2.3GHz, 8-core i9 1TB (2019)

From Amazon

Was £2,799

Now £2,479 (£320 off)

You can save money on the ultimate 2019 16in MacBook Pro. This deal means that you can get what would normally be the top of the range 16in MacBook Pro for only slightly more than the entry-level version (which is normally £2,399).

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MacBook Accessory Deals

Apple Student Discount

From Apple (via Student Beans)

Now Up to 10% off Mac

This student discount offer also gets you up to 5% off the iPad and up to 20% off Apple Care.

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MacBook Deals

MacBooks are simply the best laptops you can buy, offering stunning performance and truly great design. Apple is unlikely to discount MacBooks, but we are sure that other Mac resellers will want to get in on the action, and we will bring you those deals first. If you want to score a great deal on a MacBook, here's what to look out for. 

MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air

There are three major divisions in the MacBook world. The 12-inch MacBook, the MacBook Pro, and the MacBook Air. These further divide in terms of display size, components and storage capacity. All are powerful, all are portable. But, basically, the MacBook Pro is the top-of-the-range power PC, the Air is the thinnest and lightest, and the remaining plain old 'MacBook' sits somewhere in between.

MacBooks all run Apple's MacOS software, which is stable and easy to use (although somewhat different to Windows). You can get all the major programs you use in Windows and run them on your MacBook, or indeed even install Windows should you desire. There is nothing wrong with buying an older generation or refurbished MacBook, as all Apple computers are well built and run well. But you should consider what connectivity ports you need, and whether you will need to update your third-party software.

We'll be scouring the web for great MacBook deals.

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