Retailers are always running sales and promotions on different products, but hunting down the best deal can sometimes be difficult. From the time spent searching for the deals to trying to remember where you saw the best price or who added the most value to the transaction, it can be a daunting process. Luckily, it doesn't have to be. This is your new one-stop-shop for all the best MacBook deals from around the web.

Whether a retailer is offering a steep discount or a nice accessory package with the purchase, you'll find all the best deals on the MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, and more right here.

Best MacBook Air Deal: $99 off

Apple's MacBook Air is a very popular offering for a few different reasons. From just 1.56cm thick, the MacBook Air is easy to take with you anywhere you want to go. It also happens to be one of the cheapest offerings from the company, making it appeal to a wider audience. It won't be a machine that you use for gaming, but that doesn't mean that it won't offer some great performance during daily use. It's also just been updated for 2019, making now a great time to buy, whether you want to have the latest model or make a saving on the previous-gen.

Light as air

MacBook Air

The 2019 MacBook Air starts at $999.99 right now at Amazon — a $99 discount. That deal can also be found at Best Buy.

$999.99 $1,099 $99 off

Best MacBook Pro Deal: Up to $299 off

The MacBook Pro is often considered the workhorse of Apple's lineup. Coming in both a 13.3-inch and 15.4-inch variant, it can be customized a bit more with higher-end components. You can upgrade the processor, memory, hard drive, and more. Couple that with the Retina Display and you've got a whole lot of machine in a relatively small package. Pricing varies greatly depending on which screen size you get and how many extras you want. Luckily, you can save some money on it with these deals.

Portable power

MacBook Pro

You can get the entry-level 2019 MacBook Pro from just $1,200 right now which is just shy of $100 off. However, the larger discounts reside on the higher-end machines with up to $299 off select 15-inch models.

$1,199.99 $1,299 $99 off

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Ultra portable: MacBook

Despite being discontinued by Apple, you can still snag the ultra-portable 12-inch MacBook and since it's going away retailers are trying to clear stock with discounts. Get them while you can, though, as once they are gone, they are gone for good.

From $999.99 at Amazon

Previous-gen: MacBook Air

If you don't want or need the upgrades of the 2019 MacBook Air, you can save a packet by going for the previous-gen model. It has been a staple of the lineup for so long and, even thou it lacks a Retina display, it still has all of the familiar ports you know and love, plus plenty of power for day-to-day computing.

From $899.99 at Amazon

Go refurb and save: Various MacBook models

A number of different MacBook models and configurations are available at Apple's certified refurbished store with prices from $239. As Apple has tested and inspected every unit, and provides a 1-year warranty, you know you're getting a device that will look and work like new for less.

From $759 at Apple

How to get the Best MacBook Deals

MacBook price drops can occasionally be super steep but these discounts are usually short-lived. The best time to pick up a new Mac is around Black Friday and Cyber Monday, and keep your eyes peeled for discounts on older hardware just as new devices are announced.

If you don't need something brand new, refurbished units are the way to go. When purchased from a reputable seller like Apple or Best Buy you can save a good amount and get hardware that looks and performs like new.

If you prefer a tablet to a computer, why not check out our Best iPad Deals roundup to see what savings there are?

Best MacBook Pro Accessories in 2020

New computers inevitably call for accessories. Still, when it comes to Apple's MacBook Pro, they're especially vital: The computer's USB-C/Thunderbolt 3 ports may find you needing dongles, entirely new devices, and more. Here are the best accessories you can get to make sure you get the most out of your MacBook Pro!

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USB-C Hub: Satechi Multi-port adapter

Staff Favorite

Satechi's multi-port adapter doesn't support high-speed data transfer or dual-4K displays. Still, it does have just about everything else you'd need to run your peripherals with your MacBook Pro, like SD and microSD card readers, 4K HDMI, Gigabit, and three USB-A ports.

$80 at Amazon

Stand for your MacBook Pro: Twelve South Bookarc

When you're not using your MacBook Pro, you need somewhere to put it where it can be up and out of harm's way. Twelve South's Bookarc is the perfect solution. This arc-shaped stand holds your MacBook Pro up on its side, which clears up desk space and keeps your laptop safe from someone putting something down on top of it. This also lets you use your laptop in "closed-clamshell" mode, which means you can connect an external display, a keyboard, and a mouse, and use your laptop as a desktop.

$60 at Amazon

USB-C external drive: G-Technology G-Drive 1TB

The G-Drive by G-Technology is an excellent USB-C hard drive for most people. It has 1TB of storage and features a quick drive speed of 7200RPM, with transfer rates of up to 136MB/s, thanks to USB 3.1. Comes in silver, as well as Apple-exclusive colors: gold, rose gold, and space gray.

From $75 on Amazon

Heavy-duty case: i-Blason ArmorBox

i-Blason's ultra-protective case for the MacBook Pro is specially designed to be drop-resistant and shock-absorbent. It has beveled ridges along the corners to make it look spacey and cool. The bottom features vents to help keep from overheating and little rubber feet to raise it just a smidge. There is a scratch-resistant protective sheet that covers the top of the case to keep your MacBook Pro protected from scratches and scuffs.

From $31 at Apple

Get power all the time!: Power adapter extension cable

The MacBook Pro has a decent battery, but let's be honest — if you're going to work at a café for long periods, you may want to plug in. Though Apple's traditional brick charger isn't the worst option for supplying power, its cord can be too short — or the brick too bulky — in some circumstances. This cord gives you an extra-long reach, ensuring you can find a plug to juice up your MacBook Pro.

$19 at Apple

Bluetooth earbuds: AirPods

The MacBook Pro still comes with a headphone jack — but Bluetooth headphones like Apple's AirPods are often a much nicer proposition. There are lots of great Bluetooth headphones options out there, but the $159 AirPods are especially nice if you plan on using them with multiple Apple devices due to the simpler and fast pairing, thanks to Apple's H1 chip.

From $159 at Apple

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