MacBook Deals

MacBook Deals & Offers

2,126 deals 64,296 comments
MacBooks are thin, light, stylish and jam-packed full of the same revolutionary components people come to expect from a product engineered by Apple. From the lower-priced entry-level MacBook Retina model, to the ultra-portable MacBook Air, to the powerhouse that is the MacBook Pro Retina, Apple fans are spoiled for choice when it comes to complementing their iPhone and iPad. HotUKDeals collects and lists all deals for the Apple MacBook, MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro on a special MacBook page. Read more
Apple reintroduces Barclays 0% Finance Option
Refreshed 5 h, 58 m agoRefreshed 5 h, 58 m ago
Apple removed this a few months ago and have now reintroduced it. Great way to purchase that Apple Mac :) Minimum purchase value is £399 0% over 12 months. £399 minimum orde… Read more
Get dealGet deal

Wrong. There is no saving of price. Finance is not counted as part of the deal usually where you purchase outright and it isn't mandatory so 0% finance is neither here nor there. If you had to buy via finance, similar to a vehicle lease deal, then 0% would be a saving and would be a deal.


Thanks for this and heat added - won't be going for it as my Macbook which i've had for years still runs smoothly


Incl an ipad price yeah they are ;)


Great way to get 40 replacement charge leads.


Not sure about that because to me it seems borrowing money you ain't got now is every bit as easy as it was then. I'm not trying to portray myself as Mr Prudent because to me the concept of paying interest on a credit card debt has always turned my guts so I've never ever done it. The day to day credit card has had its balance paid in full every month since I first got one in the 90's. Then anything big I couldn't afford at the end of the month was bought with the day to day card and then I'd get another card and do the interest free balance transfer for a year. Sounds boring but never had more than 1 big ticket item at a time I was paying off. Just because finance companies want to throw bundles of cheap credit about there's no reason to take them up on it. I honestly don't think I would ever get a good night's kip if I had cards that were maxed out, it would wreck my nut.

Refurbished 13.3-inch MacBook Pro 2.3GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 with Retina display - Space Grey £1059 @ Apple
Found 14th MayFound 14th May
Comes with One Year Warranty from Apple directly I know there will obviously be a lot of Applehaters on here, but for anybody looking for a cheaper Macbook pro, this seems a good … Read more

I used to hate my win pc's and then in circa 2006/7 bought an imac. Not looked back... apple all the way (aside my current traitor phone a note 8 lol) I am an engineer and really loath microsoft. My macs literally have never missed a beat (although I do upgrade each chassis to the top spec it can take myself) I find apple are a very refined and build quality is top notch in general compared to all the multitude of windows based offerings. Iphones all to date aside the latest Imac (my first apple product and still going) Original macbook air 2008? - serves a purpose (still going aside a smashed screen) Mac mini 2012 fully self upgraded awsome little chap (my desktop for photoshop etc) Macbook 2009 (bit of an oddball not an air not a pro but still also hanging on in there) Macbook pro 2010 fully upgraded but I need this and I felt it was on its last legs. Ipad Ipad Ipad 4 Ipad mini 2 New macbook pro on way a little more dubious of the new ones as not very cheaply servicable but hey ho still have the other menagerie if not... Finding it a bit of an ar5e now my phone is samsung tho (lol) Possibly what is know as a fangirl 🙈. Still uncertain of the newer builds tho. Time will tell.


I bought a dell xps 13 9360 during the 3rd year of my macbook and it started producing coil while + light bleed in the screen amongst other issues. At this point Im only considering macbooks just in order to run windows on bootcamp because native windows machines are just of such poor build quality.


Sa Same here. 11 years with Macs. Not one problem. Both my windows laptops pre that time ended up in the tip.


ppl can moan all they want. All my apple stuff has been flawless to date. Anything windows based is ridiculously inferior in build quality.


HDD Failures all day long grey or blue screen Logic board failure many 2011 models GPU Failures massive amounts; The Apple store determined that the logic board failure was a cause of the manufactured faulty logic boards, known by Apple to cause GPU problems and heat up significantly more than usual, and would have been replaced by the extended repair programme. The reason for this extended repair programme was due to the 40,000+ complaints Apple received as well as a law suit about this problem. Simple capacitor/resistor failures (crap stock) 20% tolerances used, nightmare to track. etc etc

Apple Macbook Air (2017 - Latest Model), £849 @ Currys/PCWorld
Found 7th MayFound 7th May
I know this isn't going to be for everyone, however, this is a corking price for the latest Air model.

2015 is calling and they want their Macbook Air back!


The way i see it is new macbook pro's are pretty much an ipad with a keyboard .. one port for everything


You still have to find the SD/ micro SD adapater. You can buy a USB-C to micro SD/SD adapter which is what I have for my Macbook Pro although never used it. I tend to use wireless for my SLR and action camera. Storage space is very expensive!


I've been switching for months back and forward. The industry I work in, all of the designers / product swear by Apple. That's what plays on my mind most!! I'll wait for June and see. Glad this particular deal isn't great though. Makes it a easier choice. Cheers Nookster.


Before making any major outlay you'd be best off familiarising yourself with the significant differences between the respective OSes, how they'd potentially affect your short term workflow etc. I wouldn't make a decision based on hardware (internal and external) alone.

WhatsApp Alerts!
Deal Alerts!
HotUKDealsPromo Yes!
Oops! Looks like we couldn't connect 😢 Please try again!
To sign up: add to your mobile contacts, then text us 'Start' via WhatsApp
Apple MacBook Air Core i5 1.6 11 (Early 2015) 4GB 128GB (Refurbished 'Good' - 12 Month Warranty) £469.99 @ music Magpie
Found 3rd MayFound 3rd May
Not a bad price if you are looking for a lower cost way to get into the world of Macs. i5 Processor and 4GB of RAM so should handle day to day use comfortably. 10% discount is ap… Read more
Editor Get dealGet deal

I bought one of these in Sept 2016 off a dealer I usually buy from for £475. They are slow, really slow. Click on Word and wait 7 seconds for it to load. I'm using it now, but I wouldn't buy another.


Lol, it’s if they’ve had an accident or internal repairs but with a warranty , looked after these things can go on for years, One of the companies I look after has over 20 of these oldest is about 2010 I think, only time they break down is water spillage :) always a good one:) , broken power cables, and a maxed HD (they have tiny drives)..


Well it’s not a Mac Pro, I meant heavy for a laptop of this power, with a little multi threading you can do some great stuff with these but its a min of 8gb, even running a little editing in Photoshop can quickly max the ram, multi tabs in a chrome etc still as you say a good price.


Anyone know if you can use Xcode on these


You got a much better deal. Imagine what the previous owner of this would’ve been using it for, internet ‘banking’ for sure

Apple 12"" Macbook (Core M 1.1GHz/8GB/256GB SSD) - Space Grey - Apple Certified Refurbished (w/ FREE Chocolate Advent Calendar) £699.99 Delivered at IWOOT
Found 25th AprFound 25th Apr
Same laptop is currently priced at £759 direct from Apple and other retailers, not to mention a FREE Chocolate Advent Calendar thrown in, what more could you really ask for?!? (p… Read more
Editor Get dealGet deal

Hmm; it’s the 2015 base model which didn’t review spectacularly well. I have the 2016 m5 model which is much improved. In my experience, pay a bit more for a more recent model, preferably from John Lewis so you get the extra warranty.


I’m using this same machine for more than a year for general use & including VMWare that run windows server 2005 and oracle db.. it’s fast enough and responsive.. never notice any big difference between this and my new MacBook pro with touch bar that is running the same setup as my macbook 12”.


I had the second gen mid-range version and it was OK for basic stuff. Once the CPU hits peak temp from Turbo Boosting, which doesn't take much, it'll throttle back and you'll be wishing for more horsepower. I wouldn't bother with VM unless you're running Notepad on Windows 7 or earlier. Sierra eats up most of the 8GB RAM so VM with limited RAM and a Core M that throttles easily would be less than fluid.


I think the saving is over Apple's refurbished price. The cheapest new one is £1,249.00!!


I still love my aging, heavily upgraded 2011 macbook but consider upgrading. However I fear a 1.1ghz CPU would feel sluggish very quick after initial setup. Would this even handle VMware to run a few windows-only apps?

13-inch MacBook Pro (non Touch Bar) FREE Battery Replacement Program
Found 25th AprFound 25th Apr
Not exactly a deal (although you do get a free battery), but if you own this model you can get the battery replaced free.

Minimising windows isn't really a thing that people do on Macbooks. You can have multiple desktops/screens/spaces at once, so people usually switch between the different desktops rather than minimising something they don't want to see and maximising another thing.


Ok so I moved from Windows laptop to a mbp. I do like it but let's be honest there are some simple things you can do on a Windows that you can't do at all on MBP e.g. you can't collapse a full window, you have to make it smaller before you can minimise it! That just takes the Michael - can a MBP fanboy/girl or non binary individual enlighten me please


That's what you class it. By your rationale, people should post any old rubbish under Deals in order to get visibility? I don't think so... I wasn't nitpicking. I was asking a legitimate question. It would have been better if users such yourself didn't reply and repeat old news too... Too late. Somehow, I think you will. When you do, could you kindly post a deal?


I always class a “freebie “ as something you may not already own but would like. This post is just informational really. The OP has found something and wants to share with everyone. Some people may not look under the freebie section so what is wrong with sticking it under this area? As someone said earlier..... If you don’t need it then move need to nitpick. You really must not have much to do in your life by spending so much time replying to all the posts.....Don’t bother trying to be sassy and replying to this.....I won’t be commenting back. (embarrassed)


Incredible that after almost 10y of being screwed over by Apple people still return. Every model since the "unibody" that was actually glued together has severe engineering issues... still people won't give up on this and call a recall a "deal" lol

Deal Alerts!
Want the hottest deals in your inbox?
Subscribe to receive an overview of the hottest deals posted each day.
Dodocool USB-C PD Power Bank 20100mAh with 45W Power Delivery Dual USB Output for Apple MacBook,iPhone X/8/8 Plus/,Samsung Galaxy S8 £22.99 Sold by HOME-Victory and Fulfilled by Amazon.
Found 10th AprFound 10th Apr
Usually hovering around £45, cheapest it's been is £40 on camelcamelcamel. Has USB-C power delivery at 45 watts so will fast charge everything and should (albeit slowly) charge a … Read more

Mine only arrived yesterday but it was shipped from Barcelona and then Brussels for some reason. I'm quite happy with it. It's a little heavy but the metal casing makes it feel rather premium and it is able to charge my 2017 MacBook Pro.


I would recommend a good quality one with thicker voltage wires. The good brand will do that anyway, charging cables aren't a good place to be full on maximum economical. Quality here does count.


Great stuff, ok. That's good to know! Thanks for the info! I'm surprised it didn't come with one, but that's a pretty mean trip to have, considering the price! Off to hunt for a USB C to usb cable now!


That's a valid point. I don't see it having any potential for harm. Should work just fine, ultimately it only wants 2 wires to provide the charging voltage. Regardless of supplied voltage it seems to make adjustments according.


I'm surprised it didn't come with a CPD to USB adapter, so I can pop it in my iPhone plug or something. Or will that blow it up?

9% to 26% off Apple MacBooks - MacBook pro with touchbar, dual core i5, 256gb - £1583 @ Debenhams Plus
Found 3rd AprFound 3rd Apr
Apple products are rarely discounted but I found this at Debenhams. MacBook pro with touchbar, dual core i5, 256gb is £1749 in Tesco, Argos, Currys, John Lewis and A.O. but £1583 i… Read more

I used to think this too, always hated Apple. This week I used MacOS for the first time and I'm hooked. Specs might be lower but when you have a company manufacturing the hardware, the OS and the software, things like Final Cut just work so well. And this is the cheapest I've seen the model I want.


They have the new 2in1 XPS 9575 on the dell website. But they start at £1,699, and no option for the i9 yet.


I too doubted that quote to be honest but this makes me think the baseline model will be £999 Dell hasn’t yet confirmed UK pricing for the XPS 15, but prices will start at $999.99 in the US. Read more at




That's because they will cost 1.5K and not a thousand bucks

Thule Vectros Protective Bumper for Case 11-Inch MacBook Air £5.96 Prime / £10.71 non-Prime (RRP £69.99) - Sold by Plumbing Supermarket / Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 27th MarFound 27th Mar
Seems a good price for a decent case. Has been down to this price before but has been on sale for over £100 for a good while too

I have one on a Macbook Pro 2014 model. fits nice but the clear cover (top and bottom) was a pain. I ended up taping these covers on to the Bumper (on the inside so you cannot see this when fitted) I also got dust covers for all the ports and it looks sweet


Isnt idea of air to be super thin and portable. This thing is chunky.


Scorching hot for someone who has a 11-inch MacBook Air and believes in cases. I'm more of a nudist when it comes to cases on my devices (highfive)

MacBook Air (2017) £849 (£699 after cashback) @ Very
Found 25th MarFound 25th Mar
If you purchase MacBook on BNPL 12 Months you can use Code and Get Back £150 Making this Laptop £699. I know everyone will hammer for Customer Service. But I’ve always b… Read more

Lol u were right! They released an iPad


I guess we will find out today how accurate that crystal ball of yours is :D I still doubt we will see a new MacBook Air but would love to be wrong.


It’s the same cpu. Nothing changed. Just bit higher frequency.


2017. They updated the processor from 1.6 to 1.8. Pretty pathetic in the scheme of things, but it's still an updated spec


So 2015 to be exact. As far as I remember they haven’t update the spec since 2015.

RAVPower 22000mAh Portable Battery Charger 6A Output 3-Port Battery Pack (2.4A Input, 5V/3A Type-C Port) for Macbook 15", Google Pixel, Galaxy S8 and More - £26 @ Amazon / Sunvalleytek-UK
Found 22nd MarFound 22nd Mar
Great price for this Type C Portable Power Bank. Seems to be the best price around for the capacity with Type-C compatibility. As always, be sure to click on promotions on page a… Read more
Editor Get dealGet deal

Well, usually when I buy anything new the first thing I do is give it the good old bum test. But would you believe I was distracted after this was delivered, then broke so quickly I didn't get the chance to try. So I can't comment on it's butt friendliness or ass durability.


Did you sit on it?


Don't do it. Bought the 26000 mah version. Didn't last 48 hours before it physically fell to bits. Awful things. Get an Aukey out Anker one instead.


where are you going? where was my invite (shock) heated btw


Fwiw, I have the standard usb port version and it's a cracking good power bank, so for this version it has to be an absolute bargain! Again, can't understand why it is going cold. Heat added, great find!

Macbook air £849 / £699 with £150 back using code @ Very (buy now pay later available!)
Found 1st MarFound 1st Mar
Very deal, £849 less £150 cash back on your account = £699. Deals on all Apple Mac's inc the iMac.
Get dealGet deal

Bought one using the same deal before Xmas. £150 credited no trouble. Just bought another and this time got an email saying credit would be applied in april so all good by me.


This is the country of people who borrow too much from the bank and can't pay back then blame the bank, reading letters on contract is not the strong point here


Credit just reduces the cost of the item you are buying in the first place hence the cost being £699 with the cash back. People seem to be getting confused about this. You add a £849 item to your account and you only need to pay £699, thats it. It's not cash in your pocket instantly but makes the thing you are buying cheaper.


Have to squint your ears for the speakers too!


Avoid Very like the plague, had my DD set up to take the minimum but they still managed to take a completely different amount, had to get the bank to refund in the end as Very weren't interested. Never again...

BELKIN USB-C Cable - 1.8 m (Less than half price) £4.67 - Currys PC World
Found 8th FebFound 8th Feb
Charge and sync your new Macbook, Chromebook Pixel, hard drives and other USB-C enabled devices with this 1.8 m Belkin F2CU043bt06-BLK USB-C Cable. Great for transferring data, it… Read more
Get dealGet deal

Reserved thanks- going to give it a go for a back up charger for my 13” MacBook Pro. If it works; great, a cheap spare and if it doesn’t, I’ll simply return it!


Yeah, but 60W instead of 87W isn't much slower. Many normal laptop power bricks are either 45W or 60W.


13 inch MacBook Pro draws 61W and should work with this. 15 inch MacBook Pro may not, or charge slower.


The Macbook Pro can't draw the normal 60W? That seems like a design issue on Apple's side.


I wish this is a thunderbolt 3 cable....

Laptop / Macbook Vertical Stand £1.50 online / instore @ Ikea
Found 3rd FebFound 3rd Feb
Been looking for a stand to save space on my desk and they are all indecently expensive. However, this does a fine job for £1.50.

Works like a charm! The plastic is thick with no sharp edges.


I am confused


IKEA - The never ending maze of death!!!


wtf..? this is napkin holder.. so misleading


lovely idea. any pics to see how it fits?

Amazon - Type C USB-C Adapter,UCOUSO [2 in 1 Pack] USB-C to USB 3.0 Adapter and USB Type C to Micro USB Converter £2.99 Sold by UCOUSO UK Direct and Fulfilled by Amazon - add on item
Found 30th JanFound 30th Jan
Sure this won't interest most people, but it is a brilliant deal! I almost bought it when it was £6 last November, but it has been up at £6.99 since then (According to 3C) so this … Read more

This is good if you want these two types....i picked up two the same type c to usb 3 from amazon the other day to top my order up for free offer.....and my lap top as the type c outlet which i dont need.


its cheaper on ebay and you can have 3 for 3.99 as well


addon item so no free delivery unless you add another £17.01 to the order.

USB-C Hub with Gigabit Ethernet port £3.99 Prime Sold by ONE BY ONE (UK) and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 28th JanFound 28th Jan
Usually going for a lot more, perfect for the laptops/notebooks/ultra books which only utilise a usb-c port connection. Ideal for Macbooks too.

I probably won't get this, as I'd rather get a similar one but with HDMI out instead of Ethernet, but that's a brilliant price. Voted hot.


Simply get a usb-c to micro usb adapter


is there a microUSB like this, so I can use with my firestick v2


Cannot go wrong at this price. For those looking for something more fancy, you can get ones with the power plug passthough for those who also need thier USBC for charging as well. It will do both. I got mine sometime back for around 10 pounds.


This is excellent value for my Chromebook. Thanks op

RAVPower 26800mAh Power Bank with Dual Input Port Battery Pack (iSmart 2.0, 5V/3A Type-C Port) 5.4A Max Output External Phone Charger for iPhone, iPad, Galaxy and New MacBook £32.24 Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 23rd JanFound 23rd Jan
Really good price for this RAVPower Power Bank, which has dual input allowing you to recharge the bank faster, reducing the time to 7-8 hours for a full charge! No code needed, j… Read more
Editor Get dealGet deal

Now £30 using the promotion code


using this?


Twin charging INPUT makes a difference :-)


How much is this usually? Also what charger plug goes with this?


Where do you get your cables from? I found Nokia branded micro USB cables seemed to be the best short length cables for around 99p each. Now I need to find some good USB C ones.

USB C Hub, HooToo Type C Adapter Hub with 4 USB 3.0 Ports e.g. for new Macbook pro £11.99 Prime /  £15.98 non Prime - Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 18th JanFound 18th Jan
Good price for a USB-C Hub with 4 USB ports. Good for those with a new model of Macbook, and miss using external devices with it. Collect voucher on page or use code QWTXMNH3 to… Read more

Why are there so few hubs that have more usb c type connectors on the hub. Downside for the MacBook is just the one usb c Port so if you want to charge it you have to disconnect hubs like this :|


Shame it can't do Samsung DEX mode


Hubba hubba, heat added chichi XD


Cold no Ethernet


No card reader , usb only .... not hot, not cold .

  1. Voting

    Deal temperatures are the heart of HotUKDeals. If you think a deal is hot, vote it up by clicking the red plus. Otherwise, cool it down by voting cold.

    Tip 1 of 6

    Read what other members have to say about a deal and share your own opinion.

    Tip 2 of 6
  3. Add Deal

    Have you found a good deal yourself? Share it here and other members will vote on how hot the deal is.

    Tip 3 of 6
  4. Deal Link

    If you think a deal is hot, click through to the shop to snap up the deal before it’s expired.

    Tip 4 of 6
  5. Layout

    Find here other ways to view the deals. You can view it in either grid, list or text only view.

    When clicking this gear icon you can find other ways to view the deals. You can view it in either grid, list or text only view.

    Tip 5 of 6
  6. Main Menu

    Through our main menu you can navigate to certain categories or shops you are interested in.

    Tip 6 of 6