From appleinsider.com

Amazon and Best Buy are engaged in a price war once more, with the mega retailers slashing Apple’s 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro by $400 while supplies last.

Month-end MacBook Pro sale

Amazon has dropped the cost of the standard 14-inch MacBook Pro with Apple’s M1 Pro chip (8-core CPU, 14-core GPU), 16GB RAM and a 512GB SSD to $1,599, the lowest price in 30 days, while supplies last.

Prefer more storage? Save $400 on the upgraded 1TB model in Space Gray as well. Equipped with Apple’s M1 Pro processor with a 10-core CPU and 16-core GPU, this model has a multitude of upgrades for $2,099. Both deals represent the lowest prices available on the respective models, according to our 14-inch MacBook Pro Price Guide.

Apple’s larger 16-inch MacBook Pro is on sale as well, with retail configurations priced as low as $2,099 thanks to a $400 cash discount. CTO models are also eligible for exclusive savings, so if there’s a certain set of specs you’re looking for, head over to our Mac Price Guide to see how much money you can save.

Additional deals

Best Apple prices

AppleInsider and Apple Authorized Resellers are also running specials on Mac and iPad hardware that will not only deliver the lowest prices on many of the items, but also throw in bonus savings on accessories, software and more. Here are just a few of the deals going on this September:

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