Best MacBook deals in May 2024: Cheap MacBook Pro, MacBook Air laptops and more

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Apple MacBooks are amongst some of the best laptops you can buy, but if you go looking for one in the normal places, it can cost you an arm and a leg. Let us help you find a good deal to kick off your Spring with style!

Whether it’s the lightweight M2 MacBook Air, the latest powerhouse 16 or 14-inch MacBook Pros, or even the 13-inch Pro (which I used to launch my own YouTube channel and edit 4K video with ease), these laptops excel in their respective categories and have confidently high RRPs to boot!

Here are the best MacBook deals available right now in the UK — featuring savings across MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models.

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Best current gen MacBook deals

M2 Pro MacBook Pro 14-inch (base model): £2,149 £1,983 @ Amazon

M2 Pro MacBook Pro 14-inch (base model): £2,149 £1,983 @ Amazon
We absolutely adore the new 14-inch MacBook Pro, and the base model is an incredible option for most creative pros. The 10-core CPU and 16-core GPU of the M2 Pro is able to outperform even the M1 Max in terms of intensive tasks, the 16GB of RAM is able to capably handle multitasking, and with 512GB of SSD storage, that’s enough room for most projects. Oh, and did we mention that beautiful design and expanded selection of I/O?

Apple MacBook Air M2: £1,249 £1,119 @ Amazon

Apple MacBook Air M2: £1,249 £1,119 @ Amazon
Save £140 on the M2 Apple MacBook Air at Amazon. It features an M2 8-core processor, 8-Core GPU, 8GB of RAM and 256GB of SSD storage. It packs a 13.6-inch (2560 x 1664) Liquid Retina display, Magic Keyboard, Touch Bar, and Touch ID. 

M2 Pro MacBook Pro 16-inch (base model): £2,699 £2,629 @ Amazon

M2 Pro MacBook Pro 16-inch (base model): £2,699 £2,629 @ Amazon
Need a little more screen real estate? You can also get £70 off the base model 16-inch MacBook Pro. Rather than the binned M2 Pro of the 14-inch, you're getting the more powerful 12-core CPU and 19-core GPU version, alongside 16GB RAM and a 512GB SSD.

MacBook Pro (M2/8GB/256GB): £1,349 £1,225 @ Amazon

MacBook Pro (M2/8GB/256GB): £1,349 £1,225 @ Amazon
The brand new M2 MacBook Pro is already getting a discount — even though it's literally just come out! Get all the powerful benefits of Apple's chip with an active cooling system for sustained performance.

Best previous gen MacBook deals

Apple MacBook Pro 14 M1 Pro (512GB SSD): £1,899 £1,819 @ Amazon

Apple MacBook Pro 14 M1 Pro (512GB SSD): £1,899 £1,819 @ Amazon
The previous gen 14-inch MacBook Pro is over £80 off on Amazon. It starts with an 8-core M1 Pro chip (upgradeable to M1 Max), gorgeous mini LED display, 16GB RAM, 14-core GPU and 512GB of storage. 

MacBook Air (M1/8GB/256GB): £999 £889 @ Amazon

MacBook Air (M1/8GB/256GB): £999 £889 @ Amazon
Let’s start with the cheapest way to get a taste of Apple’s new silicon while on the go. As you can read in our MacBook Air with M1 review, the switch to an ARM-based processor presents a groundbreaking transformation with blistering performance and super-long battery life. All of this is crammed into a seriously sleek chassis and runs so cool, it doesn’t need a fan.

Apple MacBook Pro 16 M1 Pro (512GB SSD): £2,399 £2,129 @ Amazon

Apple MacBook Pro 16 M1 Pro (512GB SSD): £2,399 £2,129 @ Amazon
The beasty 16-inch MacBook Pro is now £270 off on Amazon. It starts with an 10-core M1 Pro chip (upgradeable to M1 Max), gorgeous mini LED display, 16GB RAM, 14-core GPU and 512GB of storage. 

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Jason brought a decade of tech and gaming journalism experience to his role as a writer at Laptop Mag, and he is now the Managing Editor of Computing at Tom's Guide. He takes a particular interest in writing articles and creating videos about laptops, headphones and games. He has previously written for Kotaku, Stuff and BBC Science Focus. In his spare time, you'll find Jason looking for good dogs to pet or thinking about eating pizza if he isn't already.