What?! The new MacBook Pro (M3 Pro) is already on sale: Get $200 off for Black Friday

A black Friday deal is on the MacBook Pro M3 laptop.
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The new MacBook Pro range, with its super-fast, super-powerful M3 chips, were only released on 7 November, but they're already enjoying a sizeable discount. Right now you can get the 16-inch MacBook Pro M3 Pro, down from $2,499 to $2,299 at B&H Photo, saving you $200. Click the link and the discount coupon is applied in checkout.

And that's not all. B&H Photo also has the 14-inch M3 MacBook Pro down from  $1,599 to $1,449, saving you $150. The most recent MacBook Pros are not aimed at everyone, however. With their advanced specs (and advanced price tags), they will be ideal for professional creatives, especially 3D renderers. With their 12/8-core CPU and new GPU architecture, they boast 2.5 times faster rendering than the Pro M1 Max.

For more options, see our guide to the best Black Friday MacBook deals and our guide to what to consider when buying a MacBook this Black Friday

MacBook Pro (16-inch, M3 Pro, 18GB RAM)

MacBook Pro (16-inch, M3 Pro, 18GB RAM)
$2,499 Now: $2,299 at B&H Photo
Save: $200 

MacBook Pro (14-inch, M3, 8GB RAM)
Was: $1,599 Now: $1,449 at B&H Photo
Save: $150 

Overview: The two new MacBook Pros have similarities, but the 16-inch has 18GB RAM, a 12-core CPU and a 18-core GPU, while the 14-inch has 8GB RAM, a 8-core CPU and 10-core GPU. These are the best discounts on these models to date. 

Key features: Processor: M3 Pro/M3 | RAM: 8GB/18GB |SSD: 512GB |Weight: 1.24kg | Ports: 2x Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C), HDMI, SDXC card, headphone jack, MagSafe 3 charging port. 

Release date: 7 November 2023. 

Price history: There was actually a $200 off deal through Adorama in the pre-sale, but we haven't seen any other deals on these models until now. 

Price comparison: Apple: $1,599 / $2,499

Not ready for the brand new M3 MacBook Pro? See if there are any great deals on the previous M2 model...

Beren Neale
Deals Editor

Beren has worked on creative titles at Future Publishing for over 13 years. Cutting his teeth as Staff Writer on the digital art magazine ImagineFX, he moved on to edit several creative titles, and is currently the Deals Editor on the most effective creative website in the world. When he's not testing and reviewing the best ergonomic office chairs, he can be found finding and comparing the best deals on the tech that creatives value the most.