Amazon Is Offering the MacBook Air M1 and AirPods Max at Heavy Discounts

AirPods Max hanging on a tree
Peter Cao

If you’ve been looking to get a new portable MacBook Air with the power of Apple’s new M1 chip, or even a pair of Apple’s famous yet overpriced AirPods Max, you’ll want to buy it today at Amazon. Both devices are seeing big discounts between $100 to $150 off, so don’t delay.

Apple’s MacBook Air M1 combines portability and power, making it an excellent laptop for under $1,000. The 256GB version typically retails for $999, but today Amazon offers it for $150 off, coming in at only $849. That’s one of the lowest prices we’ve seen and beats Amazon’s previous discount by $50.

Or, you can get the same savings on the 512GB model, bringing it down to only $1,099 right now. Keep in mind that these Amazon deals come and go fast, so you’ll want to pull the trigger quickly if you’re interested. Grab yours from the link below.

Additionally, Apple’s high-end headphones are on sale from Amazon, too. Of course, we’re talking about the popular AirPods Max that delivers great sound, excellent active noise-canceling, plenty of battery life, and a fancy carry case. As you probably know, the AirPods Max is pretty expensive for headphones and costs an eye-watering $549.

Amazon is now selling the AirPods Max in all color options for $100 off, making them just $449. And just like the MacBook above, this is the lowest price we’ve seen yet for the Max. These are some of the best headphones around and compare favorably against the best from Bose, Sony, and more.

Then, suppose you’re in the Apple ecosystem already. In that case, you’ll enjoy the added benefit of the H1 chip inside the AirPods Max, which allows for seamless switching from an iPad, MacBook, or iPhone while listening to tunes.

Again, we’re not sure how long the deal will be around, so choose which color you want and grab a pair of AirPods Max for $100 off at the link below.

Apple AirPods Max - Space Gray

Get the AirPods Max for their lowest price yet at Amazon.

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