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Save big on Apple's Mac mini with this limited-time saving

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Want a powerful desktop computer but don't have a lot of space for it?. Then the Mac mini M1 is the ideal solution, and if you hurry you can get $150 off the latest 2020 edition with that M1 chip and 512GB of storage – now just $749.99 at Amazon when you apply the extra $29 coupon at the checkout. This deal takes this powerful device back down to its record low price. If you don't get there in time to take advantage of the coupon, you can still save $120 on the 512GB device and $70 on the 256GB version.

Apple's 2020 Mac mini M1 is one of the best compact PCs that creatives can buy right and a great alternative if you want Mac power but to choose your own monitor. With 8GB of RAM and Apple's M1 processor, it packs in a lot of power. Take a look at our Mac mini (M1, 2020) review to find out more.

Apple Mac Mini M1 (2020): $899

Apple Mac Mini M1 (2020): $899 $749.99 at Amazon
Save $150:
This is a return to the lowest ever price for this Mac mini M1. With 8GB of RAM and 256GB SSD, it's a fantastic little PC for any creative that needs to save on space or budget. If you miss out on the coupon for the extra saving, you can still snap it up for $779.

If you do decide that this is the deal for you then you'll need a monitor to go with your new Mac mini M1, luckily we've rounded up the best monitors for Mac mini for a range of budgets and requirements. Not sure which Apple computer is best for your specific needs? Our Mac mini vs MacBook Air guide can help.

Unfortunately, this deal is only available in the US, but if you're reading this elsewhere you can bookmark our guide to the best Mac mini deals and keep track of similar deals. For quick reference, you can also browse today's best Mac mini prices wherever you're reading this below.

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Brad Thorne
Brad Thorne

Brad Thorne is Creative Bloq's Ecommerce Writer. He keeps an eye on all the best deals so that you can save money on great tech and digital art supplies. Previously Features Writer for 3D World magazine, Brad has written about everything from 3D modelling to concept art, archviz to engineering, and VR to VFX.