Welcome back to the UK daily deals round-up — your easily digestible daily dose of savings. Today, you're being spoilt rotten with discounted 14 and 16-inch MacBook Pros, Soundcore earbud savings and more.
Today’s best deals: TL;DR
- Apple 2021 MacBook Pro 14 (512GB SSD): was £1,899 now £1,767 @ BT
- Apple 2021 MacBook Pro 16 (512GB SSD): was £2,399 now £2,233 @ BT
- Dell XPS 13: was £1,199 now £999 @ Dell with code SAVE14
- iPhone 13 (128GB) with 200GB data: just £39 per month with £85 upfront cost on Vodafone
- Soundcore Liberty 3 Pro: was £139 now £109 @ Amazon
- Riders Republic for PlayStation or Xbox: was £57 now £29 @ Amazon
Today’s best deals: In more detail
iPhone 13 (128GB) with 200GB data: just £39 per month with £85 upfront cost on Vodafone
If you're in need of a new phone contract, this is the one to get — a great iPhone with a shed load of data at an affordable monthly price. The cameras on the iPhone 13 are stellar, the internals keep this running fast with plenty of stamina and you can enjoy this for a decent total cost of £1,021.
Soundcore Liberty 3 Pro: was £139 now £109 @ Amazon
As you can read in my Soundcore Liberty 3 Pro review, they are a great pair of earbuds that were priced a little too highly. This discount solves that problem - make the most of the great sound quality, thanks to the unique driver architecture and decent battery life.
Riders Republic for PlayStation or Xbox: was £57 now £29 @ Amazon
Riders Republic is currently 48% off in this incredible deal. Considering the arcadey nature of the game, it seems like the perfect thing to purchase on a sale this steep. Ubisoft is no stranger to discounting its games shortly after launch, but this is still a great buy.
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