Where To Buy 13-Inch M2 MacBook Pro: Best Preorder Deals The M2 MacBook Pro is the first device to feature Apple's new chip and it's available to preorder right now.

In addition to unveiling a redesigned M2 MacBook Air at Apple WWDC 2022, Apple also introduced an updated 13-inch MacBook Pro with M2 chip. If you want to be among the first to test Apple’s latest chip, you can pre-order your M2 MacBook Pro starting today.

Apple's new 13-inch MacBook Pro will come with an M2 chip in 2022.

Apple MacBook Pro M2 laptop


Pre-orders for $1,299 M2 MacBook Pro began operations today at 5:00 am PT, with the first aircraft scheduled to land at customers’ doorsteps a week later. However, you’ll need to be quick to beat the initial onslaught. To save you finding links and comparing deals at different retailers, we’ve listed the best MacBook Pro pre-order deals below and will update this list as new deals surface.

Pre-orders for the M2 MacBook Pro are now live on Amazon, with the online retailer sure to be the go-to for early adopters. There’s no discount available there yet, but you could get 3% cashback with Amazon’s Rewards Visa card.

As you might expect from a product this new, direct discounts at launch are hard to find, but Best Buy offers free access to Apple services with your MacBook Pro purchase. You get six months of access to Apple Music and Apple News Plus, and three months of Apple TV Plus streaming.

B&H isn’t currently offering a direct discount on the M2 MacBook Pro either, but it does offer a nice way to save on sales tax. Get the tax back as cashback with the B&H Payboo private label credit card. For a MacBook Pro-sized purchase, that’s a decent change.

Adorama doesn’t have an outright price drop just yet, but since it’s a slightly less common choice for day-one Mac purchases, it typically has a steady supply stream around product launches where other retailers might start delaying shipping times.

You can also pre-order the M2 MacBook Pro directly from Apple. The company is known for not offering discounts, but you can trade in your old MacBook (or any Apple device) for your new one and use the Apple Card to spread the cost of your purchase while getting 3% cashback.

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