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Best MacBook Pro M2 Deals: Save Up to $200 on Apple's Latest Pro Laptop

Score a saving on Apple's 2022 13-inch MacBook Pro with these promotions.

Apple has upgraded its 13-inch MacBook Pro for 2022 with its new M2 chip. Unveiled alongside a redesigned MacBook Air M2 at Apple's WWDC 2022, the new Pro machine packs even more power into a familiar design for an affordable entry-level professional laptop. The MacBook Pro M2 has only been on the market a matter of weeks, but you can save on one if you know where to look. 

The Apple MacBook Pro M2 13-inch laptop 2022
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Retailing for $1,299, the MacBook Pro M2 is now readily available to buy and pick up in store, so we're on the hunt for the best MacBook Pro M2 deals across a variety of retailers to help you save some cash. We've listed the best MacBook Pro M2 deals below and we'll keep this list updated as new offers emerge.

Best MacBook Pro M2 deals

Best Buy is offering the first direct discount on Apple's MacBook Pro M2 with a $200 price cut across 256GB and 512GB configurations. Now starting at $1,100, this is the best price we've seen on the MacBook Pro M2 since its launch and you can even snag six months of access to Apple Music and Apple News Plus, as well as three months of Apple TV Plus streaming, with your purchase. 

Amazon briefly listed the MacBook Pro M2 with a $200 discount, matching the Best Buy offer above, though all configurations are currently showing as out of stock there. Keep your eyes peeled in case these deals return.

You can, of course, order the MacBook Pro M2 directly at Apple. The company is renowned for not offering direct discounts, but its current back-to-school promotion offers a $150 Apple gift card (plus 20% off AppleCare) for eligible buyers. If you're not a student or parent, you can still save by trading in your old MacBook (or any Apple device) for credit against your new one, or by using your Apple Card to spread the cost of your purchase while getting 3% cash back.

Adorama doesn't have a direct price drop on the MacBook Pro M2 right now, but its Adorama Rewards program is free to sign up for and allows you to earn points to redeem as credit against future purchases.

B&H is also not offering a direct discount on the MacBook Pro M2 right now, but it does offer a neat way to save on sales tax. Its own-brand B&H Payboo credit card gives you the tax back as cash back. On a purchase as large as a MacBook Pro, that's a decent chunk of change.