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Forget the new MacBook Pro: the 2020, M1 model is now at its lowest price

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Yesterday's announcement of two new MacBook Pros has had a knock on effect on the price of the brilliant MacBook Pro (M1, 2020) model. We're not used to seeing much taken off the brilliant M1-chipped MacBook Pro, but  with the best deal coming from Amazon, seeing £133 (9%) off the asking price of the M1-chipped, 13-inch model over at Amazon.

The fact is, Apple operate differently to other companies, and so rarely do we see a meaningful discount on their products after a new model announcement. Apple products famously retain their value, so although you may not think 9% off a £1,499 laptop is a lot, it is in fact one of the best deals that we've seen on Apple's flagship laptop. We've also managed to find a cracking US deal on the Intel MacBook Pro from 2020 too. 

If you're hungry for more Apple deals, check out our Apple Black Friday deals post, where we'll be putting all the best deals we find.  

The best MacBook Pro deal: UK

MacBook Pro (M1, 2020): £1,499 £1,366 at Amazon
Save £133:
With the announcement of the new MacBook Pro yesterday, the super-fast 2020, M1-chipped model got a good 9% discount over at Amazon. This is the 8GB RAM, 512G SSD, 13-inch model, and comes in Space Grey.

The best MacBook Pro deal: US

MacBook Pro (Intel, 2020): $1,299 $1,089.99 at Amazon
Save $209:
This is the biggest saving on an Intel MacBook Pro, 2020 model, in the US right now. You get 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD storage, and an 8th Gen, i5 quad-core processor. It's a great deal on a model that we rate as one of the best out there still.  

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Beren Neale is the deals editor at Creative Bloq. After editing several creative and design magazines - including the graphic design mag Computer Arts - he found his home on the biggest global art and design website, helping digital creatives get the best deals on the kit that they need.