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Best iMac Deals December 2017

An iMac is no small investment, which is why it’s a good idea spending some time making sure you’re getting the iMac that’s right for you at the best price. Here, we bring you the best iMac deals we’ve seen, as well as deals on iMac accessories that might interest you too.

Out team here at Macworld UK is constantly on the look out for the best iMac deals from around the web. We spot the biggest and best deals from UK retailers, and list them all right here in this article.

Many of the deals offered will run for a limited time or offer limited stock, so you’ll want to keep on top of things in order to get what you want.

We’re focussing on UK deals, as we’re based in the UK. For the best Apple deals in the US, check out Macworld US’s guide to what’s on offer which you can find here.

One of the best places to look for iMac deals is the Apple Refurbished Store. There, you’ll find huge iMac discounts, sometimes even on the latest models. These iMacs have been returned to Apple for various reasons, and then completely revamped ready for resale.

You won’t be able to tell the difference between a refurbished iMac and a brand new iMac aside from the box it comes in, which is white to prevent people buying them and attempting to sell them as new.

Find out more about buying a refurbished iMac here.

Top iMac discounts available right now

Where to find the best iMac deals

Some Mac retailers are offering discounts on Apple products and Apple accessories, so if you want serious savings it’s probably better to look beyond Apple itself, where you should be able to save a few hundred pounds off some iMac configurations.

We often see great deals from third-party reseller KRCS on Macs and other Apple products. Discounted Macs included built-to-order configurations, too.

For accessories like software, keyboards, or mice, check out all the normal electronics retailers you might consider – see our list below for inspiration – and take a look at our guides to the best keyboards and mice for Macs too.

We are seeing Mac related deals from the following retailers:

If you’ve found that you’re missing out on Amazon’s Lightning deals, which run for just a few hours and offer limited stock, we’d recommend signing up for Amazon’s 30 day free trial of Prime, which will get you access to deals 30 minutes before everyone else. Plus, you’ll get free next-day delivery with the Prime trial, as well as access to Prime Instant Video and more.

Sign up for Prime now.

If you’re looking for deals on more than just iMacs, you can check out our wider guide to the best Apple bargains.

Best iMac deals

1. Apple 27-inch 5K iMac, 3.8GHz Quad-core Processor, 2TB Fusion drive

Now: £2,099  (£150 off)

This discount brings the price of the top-of-the-range 27-inch Mac down to almost £2k, and for that you get a 2TB Fusion drive, beautiful 5K Retina display and a quad-core 3.8GHz Kaby Lake quad-core processor.

2. 27in iMac 5K 2017 with 3.3GHz Core i5, 8GB RAM, and 2TB Storage

Now: £1,899  (£100 off)

Get £100 off this new 27in iMac with 2TB storage and 8GB of RAM.

3. Apple 21.5in iMac, 2.3GHz Processor, 1TB Storage

Now: £979  (£70 off)

This is £70 of the entry-level iMac. It doesn’t have the Retina display but it has the latest Kaby Lake processor and it’s a great way to get your hands on a new iMac for less than £1000.

4. Apple 27-inch 5K iMac, 3.5GHz Quad-core Processor, 1TB Fusion drive

Now: £1,799  (£150 off)

With this deal you can get £150 off the price of the Retina 5K iMac with 3.5GHz Kaby Lake Processor and 1TB Fusion Drive. That means it costs as much as you would normally pay for the entry-level 27-inch iMac which only has a 3.4GHz processor.

5. Apple Magic Keyboard

Now: £79  (£20 off)

Get a fifth off Apple’s iconic wireless keyboard.

6. Apple Refurbished Mac Store

Now: Up to £590 off

Get a Mac from Apple at much lower prices in the Refurbished Store. Find out more about Refurbished Macs here.

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