Best Buy is offering a huge selection of discounts on Apple’s late-2023 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros this weekend, with up to $500 off select models. These deals are available to all shoppers and don’t require a My Best Buy Plus or Total membership.

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14-inch MacBook Pro

Starting with the 14-inch MacBook Pro, Best Buy’s new sale focuses on the higher-end M3 Pro and M3 Max models. Prices start at $1,699.00 for the M3 Pro 512GB model, and also includes the M3 Max 1TB model for $2,899.00both of which represent a $300 discount and the lowest prices ever.

16-inch MacBook Pro

Moving on to the larger-screen models, you can get up to $500 off select 16-inch MacBook Pros at Best Buy this weekend. Prices start at $2,199.00 for the M3 Pro, 18GB RAM, 512GB model and range $3,499.00 for the high-end M3 Max, 48GB RAM, 1TB model. Like the 14-inch devices, each discount in this sale represents a record low price for each computer.

If you’re looking for more discounts, be sure to check out our Apple Deals roundup, which covers the best Apple deals from the past week.

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