Looking for a MacBook? The Amazon Prime Day 2023 extravaganza is your best shot at grabbing Apple’s MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models at incredible prices.
We recommend nearly every MacBook in Apple's arsenal, but seeing how Apple products aren't cheap, it can be hard to say goodbye to your hard-earned cash in exchange for an amazing notebook. Well, that all changes in this year’s Prime Day 2023 event.
Bargain hunters will want to bookmark our Amazon Prime Day 2023 deals hub for the best Prime Day discounts across multiple categories, including tablets, phones, headphones, and even more Windows or Chrome OS laptops if MacBooks don’t strike your fancy.
Be warned, you’ll need an Amazon Prime subscription to take advantage of any of the deals we find. Speaking of, if you’ve chosen to buy a MacBook, we’ve got you covered below.
Today's best deals
- Apple 15-inch MacBook Air M2:
- Apple 2023 MacBook Pro 14 (512GB SSD):
£2,149£2,000 @ Amazon
- Apple M2 MacBook Air:
£1,149£1,059 @ Amazon
Best Amazon Prime Day MacBook deals right now
Apple 15" MacBook Air M2:
£1,399 £1,289 Amazon
Save £110 when you buy the 15-inch MacBook Air M2 at Amazon. It features an M2 8-core processor, 10-Core GPU, 16-core neural engine, 8GB of RAM and 256GB of SSD storage. It packs a 15.3-inch (2880 x 1864) Liquid Retina display, Magic Keyboard, Touch Bar and Touch ID.
How to get the Amazon Prime Day MacBook deals
All you need is an Amazon Prime account to get access to the bargain Prime Day offers. There’s some good news for those signing up for the first time.
You don’t need to pay a single penny for the first 30 days, so you could get it for Prime Day, then cancel straight away. Although, you may want to stick around for the huge Prime Video library, Prime Music, free Kindle books, and, of course, the next-day delivery.
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