New low prices: open box 16" MacBook Pro $1,979; AirPods 2 just $119; Mac app bundle $25

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A new all-time low price has reached Apple's 16-inch MacBook Pro, with a $421 exclusive discount on open box units and the option to tack on AppleCare at a discount. Plus, grab nine Mac apps for just $25.50 with a special work from home deal — or pick up AirPods 2 for under $120.

Record low prices

The special $1,978.80 16-inch MacBook Pro price is courtesy of Apple reseller Expercom with coupon code appleinsider (case sensitive). These units are open box with the original packaging. They include the remainder of Apple's 1-year limited warranty and AppleCare can be added on for the discounted rate of $328.87 with the same promo code (over $50 off retail).

Compared to the lowest price on the same 16-inch MacBook Pro model in new condition, this offer rings in at least $221 cheaper. Coupon deals are available on every config in factory sealed condition, so do check out the AppleInsider 16-inch MacBook Pro Price Guide if you're interested in another set of specs or finish.

Open box deal

AppleCare+ discount

Work from home Mac app bundle on sale

New AirPods 2 deal

Apple AirPods 2 coupon

Another great deal to create the ultimate work-from-home setup, Nationwide Distributors via Google Shopping has Apple AirPods 2 on sale for just $119.99 with coupon code CCWMZU. A full $20 cheaper than the next lowest price in our AirPods 2 Price Guide, this markdown on the Charging Case model is $40 off Apple's MSRP with free delivery. Offer is valid through March 23, or while supplies last.

AirPods 2 coupon

Additional Apple deals

Apple Price Guides

AppleInsider and Apple authorized resellers are also running additional exclusive savings on Apple hardware that will not only deliver the lowest prices on many of the items, but also throw in bonus discounts on AppleCare, Office 365 and more. These offers are as follows:

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