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Hurry if you want to save $100 on Apple's new MacBook Pro

Apple MacBook Pro (2021) deal
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We've seen deals on Apple's newest MacBook Pro from time to time since its release in 2021, usually offering around $100 off the incredibly powerful laptop. B&H Photo Video is offering just such a deal at the moment but you'll have to hurry if you want the 14.2-inch 2021 MacBook Pro for just $2,399 (opens in new tab)as the deal ends tomorrow. Whilst we're fairly sure it won't be the last deal of this kind, it's a great opportunity to get the high-end device for less.

We won't deny that this is a particularly expensive MacBook, but with Apple's new M1 Pro chip, Liquid Retina XDR screen, 16GB RAM, 1TB of SSD, improved battery life, and a stylish design, you more than get your money's worth. Have a read of our MacBook Pro 14 inch (2021) (opens in new tab) review to see why we rate this model so highly.

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Apple MacBook Pro 14 (2021): $2,499 $2,399 at B&H (opens in new tab)
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It's not the biggest ever saving on Apple's latest MacBook Pro but if you're looking for a high-end laptop that can handle your creative endeavours, it's a saving worth taking advantage of before it ends.

Not convinced that the new MacBook Pro is right for you? We've also found a fantastic deal on the Microsoft Surface Pro 8, taking it down to the lowest price we've ever seen. You can also head to our Macbook Pro vs Surface Pro comparison to see which device works best for your creative needs. Not reading this in the US? Check out our guide to the best cheap MacBook Pro deals or simply browse the best prices in your location below.

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Brad Thorne was Creative Bloq's Ecommerce Writer, and now works for a PR company specialising in 3D and VFX, Liaison. He previously worked as Features Writer for 3D World and 3D Artist magazines, and has written about everything from 3D modelling to concept art, archviz to engineering, and VR to VFX. For Creative Bloq, his role involved being responsible for creating content around the most cutting-edge technology (think the metaverse and the world of VR) and keeping a keen eye on prices and stock of all the best creative kit.