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Drop everything: Apple MacBook Air M1 Cyber Monday deal is the cheapest we've ever seen

This MacBook Air M1 deal may be the best Cyber Monday deal we've ever seen, with Amazon cutting the price of the base model to just £829 - the cheapest we've ever seen it.

In the US, we've seen a similarly low deal for the M1 MacBook Air for just $734.99, though this is with a smaller 128GB SSD (the UK model has double at 256GB). The US model is also refurbished.

(Not in the UK or US? Scroll down for deals in your region).

The MacBook Air (M1, 2020) has been our pick for the best laptop in the world since it launched two years ago, only having recently been replaced with the newer M2 model (which is also more expensive).

We've seen a couple of MacBook Air M1 deals quickly go out of stock, and none of them are as cheap as this one, and you're not going to find a laptop this good for this cheap anywhere else, as far as we're concerned. Stock is selling out fast, however!

Today's best MacBook Air deals

MacBook Air (M1, 2020): was £999 now £829 at Amazon
Stock for the MacBook Air M1 is now more stable and we're seeing some better discounts. This configuration offers 8GB RAM and a 256GB SSD, which is a solid spec for all your computing needs. Today's price is the best we've ever seen and stock is selling out fast.View Deal

MacBook Air (M1, 2020): was £999 now £879 at Very
Stock for the MacBook Air M1 is now more stable and we're seeing some better discounts as we head towards Cyber Monday. This configuration offers 8GB RAM and a 256GB SSD, which is a solid spec for all your computing needs. Today's price is the best we've seen in months, so it's a great time to buy if you don't want to wait for any potentially better discounts in November.View Deal

MacBook Air (M1, 2020): was $999 now $734.99 at Amazon
With this MacBook Air deal, you're getting the best laptop in the world for just $734.99, which is one of the best prices we've seen. If you want a thin and light laptop, this is the one to get, but unlike the UK model, it comes with a smaller 128GB SSD and is refurbished.View Deal

More MacBook Air deals

No matter where you live, you'll find all the lowest prices for the MacBook Air from around the web right here, with offers available in your region. 

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Source: TechRadar

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