Today’s best deals are headlined by Best Buy and Satechi kicking off their own President’s Day sales, as well as an all-time low on the new M1 MacBook Pro at $100 off. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

Best Buy launches new President’s Day sale

Best Buy is ending the workweek by kicking off its annual President’s Day sale today, discounting a selection of Apple gear and more. Headlining here is the Apple HomePod mini bundle with a Wemo HomeKit Mini Smart Plug for $110. Down from the $124 value the package usually fetches, today’s offer is $5 under the combined all-time lows on both items, matches our previous mention, and is only the second price cut of any kind on Apple’s latest Siri-enabled speaker.

HomePod mini delivers a compact way to bring Siri, Apple Music, and smart home control to your space in a familiar, fabric-wrapped design. Alongside either white or black colorways, there’s a touchpad at the top to adjust audio playback as well as quick music handoff thanks to the inclusion of Apple’s new U1 chip. 

Apple M1 MacBook Pro sees $100 discount

Amazon currently offers  Apple’s latest 13-inch MacBook Pro M1/8GB/256GB for $1,199. Usually fetching $1,299, here you’re saving $100 with today’s offer matching our previous mention as well as the all-time low. The latest MacBook Pro from Apple delivers its M1 chip complete with 256GB of storage and 8GB of RAM. You can count on its 13-inch Retina display alongside up to 17-hour battery life, a pair of Thunderbolt 3 ports, and Wi-Fi 6 connectivity. Apple’s TouchBar completes the package alongside its most recent Magic Keyboard iteration.

Satechi takes 20% off Apple accessories

Satechi is launching its President’s Day sale today by taking 20% off its entire selection of Apple accessories, chargers, and more. Our top pick this time around is the new Aluminum 2-in-1 Magnetic Wireless Charging Stand at $48. Down from $60, today’s offer is marking only the second price cut on this recent release and matches the all-time low set as a launch discount back in January. 

Satechi’s new 2-in-1 charging stand delivers MagSafe compatibility to your iPhone 12 with a magnetic design that gives off a floating form-factor for refueling your device at the desktop or nightstand. There’s also a secondary 5W Qi pad underneath that can refuel AirPods and more.

LG’s 34-inch Ergo UltraWide Monitor now $100 off

Amazon offers the LG 34WN780-B 34-inch Ergo UltraWide 1440p Monitor for $497. Typically fetching $597, here you’re saving $100 with today’s offer marking only the second notable price cut to date and matching our previous mention for the all-time low. As one of LG’s latest monitors, the new 34-inch Ergo delivers an UltraWide form-factor complete with 1440p resolution and AMD FreeSync support. Living up to its name, this monitor packs a unique ergonomic stand that clamps to your desk to offer various viewing angles and heights.

Powerbeats Pro Earbuds are down to $150

Best Buy currently offers the Apple Powerbeats Pro Wireless Earbuds for $150. Usually fetching upwards of $249, other styles go for $200 right now at Amazon, with today’s offer beating our previous mention by $10 and matching the Amazon all-time low. Centered around an entirely wireless design, Powerbeats Pro rock up to 24 hours of playback and a workout-ready form-factor.

Best trade-in deals

9to5Mac also keeps tabs on all the best trade-in deals on iPhone, iPad, MacBook, Apple Watch, and more every month. Be sure to check out this month’s best trade-in deals when you decide it’s time to upgrade your device. Or simply head over to our trade-in partner directly if you want to recycle, trade, or sell your used devices for cash and support 9to5Mac along the way!

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