Lowest prices: 2020 MacBook Air on sale for $899, AirPods Pro back for $220

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Apple resellers are slashing prices on current hardware as we kick off the work week. Save $100 on the new MacBook Air at Amazon (both dual-core and quad-core models are discounted). AirPods Pro are also back on sale for $219.99 thanks to an in-cart discount.

New MacBook Air just $899

Apple's newest MacBook Air, with Intel 10th Gen processors, is on sale at B&H and Amazon, matching or beating the lowest MacBook Air prices we've seen on both the retail dual-core and quad-core models. The deals start at $899.99 for the ultraportable notebooks after a $100 markdown, with no guarantee as to how long the discounts will last.

Prefer an upgraded config? Check out exclusive coupon deals running on nearly every model.

2020 MacBook Air deals

AirPods Pro deal returns

Apple AirPods Pro get price drop at Verizon Wireless

Verizon Wireless has also reissued its popular $30 in-cart discount on AirPods Pro this week, bringing the cost down to $219.99 and beating Amazon's On the heels of Amazon mysteriously sale price of $234 by $15.

According to our Price Guide, which compares AirPods prices across top Apple resellers, this is the best AirPods deal available by at least $15. Verizon Wireless is also throwing in free 2-day shipping for added value.

Even lower prices can be found on Apple AirPods 2 as well, with prices starting at $139.

Latest Apple AirPods deals

Additional Apple deals

Apple Price Guides

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

Interested in additional Apple hardware? See if there is a Mac, iPad or Apple Watch deal that will save you $100s by checking out prices.appleinsider.com.


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