Blowout deals: iMac 4K dips to $949, 512GB 27" iMac on sale for $1,699

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Amazon is at it again with record-breaking iMac deals, including the 2020 21.5-inch iMac 4K for $949 and the 27-inch iMac with a 512GB SSD that's $300 off.

Steepest iMac savings

The Tuesday sale at Amazon offers the year's best prices on iMacs, starting with the 4K model that's marked down to $949 after a $200 cash discount paired with a bonus $150 off at checkout — for total savings of $350 off.

The standard 21.5-inch iMac 4K is equipped with a 3.6GHz quad-core 8th Gen Intel Core i3 processor with 8GB of memory, a 256GB SSD and AMD Radeon Pro 555X graphics. It's also $270 cheaper than the lowest M1 iMac price available, making it a more affordable option for graduation gift-giving.

Apple iMac for $949 button

Meanwhile, those looking for an aggressive deal on the larger 27-inch iMac can save $300 on the 3.3GHz Intel Core i5 spec with 8GB of RAM, AMD Radeon Pro 5300 graphics and a 512GB SSD. This gives you double the storage space for the same price as Amazon is selling the 256GB model. Like the iMac 4K promotion above, this deal is in the form of an instant cash rebate stacked with bonus savings ($159.01) during checkout.

Apple iMac 27 inch $300 off button in purple

There are plenty of additional hardware deals in the AppleInsider Apple Price Guide, including exclusive coupon savings on M1 MacBook Air and MacBook Pro notebooks. It's worth paying a visit prior to making a purchase to see just how much you can save on a new Apple device.

Additional Apple deals

Lowest Apple Prices

AppleInsider and Apple Authorized Resellers are also running additional exclusive deals on Apple devices that will not only deliver the lowest prices on many of the items, but also throw in bonus savings on accessories and more. Here are just a few of the promotions running this May:

 

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