Want the 2020 Apple MacBook Air for less than £500? Here's how

Back to school MacBook Air deals
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If you're on the hunt for a new laptop, take a look at this amazing deal from Currys. Already offering an impressive £101 off the retail price of the 2020 MacBook Air, the company is also running a deal that means you could potentially save a further £400, taking the total cost of the laptop down to just £498

So how can you get such a deal, we hear you cry? If you've got an old device lying around, you can visit the Currys website to get a trade in valuation. Items include laptops, tablets. mobiles and smartwatches, with the highest trade in value coming from a working 2017, 128GB MacBook Air. The catch is devices need to be in good working order, and the price you get depends on the value of your item. 


Trade in your old device and get up to £400 off a 2020 MacBook Air
Got an old device laying around? Head to the Currys website and you could get up to £400 off a new MacBook Air when you trade in.


Apple MacBook Air (2020, M1): £999 £849.97 at Amazon
Save £149:
Don't have anything to trade in? Fear not, you can still enjoy an impressive discount on Apple's powerful laptop. Complete with 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD, this is the best price you can get this beautiful device right now.


Apple MacBook Air (2020, M1): $999 $899 at Best Buy
In the US? Best Buy has an equally good deal on the 2020 MacBook Air, with an impressive $100 off the retail price of the same 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD version. Bargain.

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Kerrie Hughes
Freelance writer

Kerrie Hughes is a frequent contributor to Creative Bloq, and was once its editor. One of the original CB crew, Kerrie joined the team back in 2013 after moving from her role as staff writer on 3D World. Since then she's written regularly for other creative publications such as ImagineFX, Computer Arts and Digital Camera World. After a stint working for the police, Kerrie is back reviewing creative tech for creative professionals.