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Lowest price ever: $550 off Apple's M1 Max MacBook Pro 16-inch

AppleInsider readers can save $550 on Apple's loaded MacBook Pro 16-inch.

Apple Authorized Reseller B&H Photo has issued a staggering $550 discount on a loaded 16-inch MacBook Pro, complete with 64GB of memory and 4TB of storage.

For a limited time only, B&H Photo is dropping the price of Apple's loaded 16-inch MacBook Pro down to $4,349, a discount of $550 off MSRP.

Packed with upgrades

This configuration in Space Gray features Apple's M1 Max chip with a 10-core CPU and top-of-the-line 32-core GPU. It also has 64GB of memory and a super spacious 4TB SSD.

According to our 16-inch MacBook Pro Price Guide, which tracks the best MacBook Pro deals across leading Apple resellers, the exclusive $4,349 price is at least $250 cheaper than other retailers.

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Shopping perks

Free expedited delivery is also included on the system when it is shipped within the contiguous U.S. On top of the exclusive savings and complimentary shipping upgrade, Payboo cardholders can save on sales tax in eligible states or opt for special financing for up to 12 months. Those who elect to save on sales tax can put $350 back in your wallet on average.

If you're looking for another set of specs, our Price Guide is home to hundreds of offers on Mac computers. Save money on standalone systems — and even AppleCare — with our deals.

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