Best Buy is running another massive 3-day weekend sale. If that sounds familiar, it's because the retailer slashed prices just a few weeks ago. This time around, Best Buy is cutting prices on the latest entry-level MacBook Pro and MacBook Air. It's offering steep discounts on iPads, Surface notebooks and some of our favorite headphones. The sale runs through Sunday.
The current model of the MacBook Air, which was released last month, is $100 off, so you can snag one for $1,000, instead of $1,100. The newest MacBook Pro is also $100 off -- $1,200 instead of $1,300. The prior models, released in late 2018, have even steeper discounts.
There are some solid deals on the excellent, but ordinarily very expensive, iPad Pro. For a short time, Best Buy was offering a whopping $600 off the most expensive 12.9-inch iPad Pro with 1TB of storage and cellular capabilities, but that deal was either incorrect or has already expired. You can still save up to $200 off all iPad Pro models, though. For example, the 11-inch 256 GB model, which usually sells for $1,100, is on sale for $949.
The basic iPad with 128 GB of storage is $300, down from $429. The Smart Keyboard for the 10.5-inch iPad Air and iPad Pro is $90, down from $160. If you bundle a current-generation iPad Air with the Smart Keyboard, you'll save $160.
Microsoft's Surface Go with a keyboard, which usually sells for $679, is on sale for $549. The current-generation Surface Pro 6 with keyboard is $799, a substantial drop from its normal price of $1,059.
Sony's crisp and comfortable WH-1000XM3 noise-canceling headphones are on sale for $300, down from $350.
And if you're ready to preorder a Samsung Galaxy Note 10 or 10+, you can save up to $700.
There are plenty of deals on Apple Watches, TVs, smart home gadgets and home theater setups. If you were planning on buying new tech any time soon, it's worth taking a look at this weekend's sales.
Update, 8/16/19, 3:15PM ET: This post originally said Best Buy was offering $600 off the top-level iPad Pro. That deal was either an error or expired; as such we've updated this with the current deal.