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Save up to $1,700 on MacBook Pros during B&H's Apple Mega Deal Zone event

Save up to $1,700 on MacBook Pros.

For a limited time only, B&H Photo is slashing prices on five loaded MacBook Pro 13-inch, 14-inch and 16-inch models, offering discounts of up to $1,700 off. Limited supply is available at the reduced prices, so shop early.

The Mega Deal Zone sale delivers some of the cheapest prices we've seen on MacBook Pro models, with five closeout configurations on promotion that are packed with upgrades.

Loaded 13-inch MacBook Pro $700 off

Kicking off the sale is the M1 MacBook Pro 13-inch with 16GB of memory and 1TB of storage that's on sale for $1,199 ($700 off). This configuration is appealing due to its upgraded RAM (16GB vs 8GB) and ample storage.

$1,600 off M1 Max 14-inch MacBook Pro

Next up is a high-end M1 Max MacBook Pro 14-inch with a 32-core GPU, 64GB of memory and 2TB of storage. Now marked down to $2,499 (a discount of $1,600 off MSRP), this Space Gray configuration also includes free 2-day shipping within the contiguous U.S. Looking to add AppleCare? The same system bundled with 3 years of AppleCare will save you even more, with the kit $1,629 off.

$1,700 off 16-inch MacBook Pro with 64GB of memory

If screen real estate is a must, this M1 Max MacBook Pro 16-inch with a 32-core GPU, 64GB of memory, and a whopping 4TB of storage is on sale for $3,199 in your choice of Silver or Space Gray. This deal delivers the steepest discount at $1,700 off MSRP. You can compare prices across this and other closeout models in our M1 16-inch MacBook Pro Price Guide.

Limited supply is available for each of the deals, so it's best to shop early for the best selection.

You can also save on tax on qualifying orders with the B&H Payboo Card, potentially putting another $300+ back in your pocket.

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