An iMac is no small investment, which is why it can be valuable to spend 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 available right now - including money off the new 2019 iMac - along with some great deals on iMac Pro, Mac mini and other desktop Macs. If you want help deciding which Mac is best for you, read our Mac buying guide.

The 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. If you're looking for MacBooks, see our MacBook deals roundup.

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. Right now you can expect to see lots of iMac deals as retailers start to clear stock of older models following the introduction of new models in March 2019.

Apple put prices of the MacBook Pro line up in July 2019, adjusting them according to currency fluctuations. MacBook Pro prices were adjusted by £50 in most cases (£100 in the top of the range). We expect that Apple will do the same to the iMac in the next few months, so we could soon have to pay £50 more per model! 

You can find out everything you need to know about the new 2019 iMac here. We're already seeing discounts on these new models, so have a look below to see how much you can save - there are some great deals on the new iMacs as well as the Mac mini that arrived in October 2018.

The new iMac is available from Apple here, with the new 21.5in model starting at £1,249/$1,299 and the 27in model at £1,749/$1,799, but you can get some great deals if you shop around.

We're focusing 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.

Top iMac discounts available right now

You should be able to find some great deals from the likes of KRCS, Currys PC World, John Lewis and Laptops Direct, who are all selling iMac models at a lower price than Apple advertises. Here are some of the best ones we've seen.

We update this list weekly, so it should always be spot on in terms of how much you can save, give or take a few pounds. (Retailers often make small tweaks to the price, so if it's gone up it might be worth waiting a week or so to see if it comes down again.)

1. Apple 27in iMac, 3.7GHz six-core, 5K Retina Display, 2TB Fusion Drive (2019)

From: Currys PC World

Was: £2,249

Now: £1,979  (£270 off)

Save money on the 2019 iMac with this deal from Currys PC World. It's better than the firm's advertised discount because this is the top-of-the-range £2,249 model.

If stock runs low, a near-identical deal is offered by Amazon.

2. Apple 27in iMac, 3.4GHz quad-core, 5K Retina Display, 1TB Fusion drive (2017)

From: Jigsaw

Was: £1,749.00

Now: £1,198.80  (£550.20 off, 2017 model)

Jigsaw is offering money off 2017's entry-level 27in iMac. This model had a 3.4GHz quad-core processor and the Radeon Pro 570 graphics. The entry-level 27in iMac now costs £1,749 and has a much faster 6-core processor, but this is a good way to get a 27in iMac for less.

3. Apple 27in iMac, 3.0GHz six-core, 5K Retina Display, 1TB Fusion Drive (2019)

From: Very

Was: £1,749

Now: £1,569  (£180 off)

You can save money on the 27in iMac with 3.0GHz 6-core processor. This is 2019's entry-level 27in model.

Amazon has the same deal, which may prove handy if Very's stock runs out; it's also worth tracking Laptops Direct's offering, although this is a little more expensive at time of writing.

4. Apple 21.5in iMac, 3.6GHz quad-core, 4K Retina Display, 1TB Hard Drive (2019) [JL]

From: John Lewis

Was: £1,249

Now: £1,104  (£145 off)

John Lewis has money off the 2019 3.6GHz quad-core iMac (£1,249 at Apple).  This model isn't the cheapest iMac - Apple still sells a 2017 model at the entry-level, but with this price cut this Mac is much better value than the entry-level model.

5. Apple 21.5in iMac, 3.6GHz quad-core, 4K Retina Display, 1TB Hard Drive (2019) [EB]

From: eBuyer

Was: £1,249

Now: £1,099.99  (£149.01 off)

This is the 2019 3.6GHz quad-core iMac (£1,249 at Apple) and eBuyer is selling it at a decent discount.


6. Apple Mac mini, 3.0GHz 6-core, 256GB (2018)

From: Laptops Direct

Was: £1,099

Now: £982.97  (£116.03 off)

Laptops Direct is offering the newest 2018 Mac mini (with a 256GB SSD and i5 processor, so not the entry-level model) for under £1,000 - a nice deal. It normally costs £1,099.

7. Apple 21.5in iMac, 3.0GHz six-core, 4K Retina Display, 1TB Fusion Drive (2019) [Amazon]

From: Amazon

Was: £1,449

Now: £1,348.99  (£100.01 off)

You can get money off the newest (2019) 3.0GHz 6-core iMac with this Amazon deal. There's also money off the 3.6Ghz Core i3 model.

8. Apple 21.5in iMac, 3.6GHz quad-core, 4K Retina Display, 1TB Hard Drive (2019)

From: Laptops Direct

Was: £1,249

Now: £1,139.98  (£109.02 off)

If it's the 2019 3.6GHz quad-core iMac (£1,249 at Apple) you want, then check out Laptops Direct. The discount was more previously though - we've recently seen £288 off. Also note that the saving that Laptops Direct is quoting doesn't align with any Apple's price. 


9. Apple 21.5in iMac, 3.0GHz six-core, 4K Retina Display, 1TB Fusion Drive (2019) [Currys]

From: Currys PC World

Was: £1,449

Now: £1,349  (£100 off)

You can get money off this 2019 top-of-the-range 21.5in iMac with Currys PC World. It's almost identical spec to the entry-level 27in iMac, but way less money!

10. Apple 27in iMac, 3.8GHz quad-core, 5K Retina Display, 2TB Fusion drive, (2017)

From: John Lewis

Was: £2,249

Now: £1,799  (£450 off 2017 price)

With this deal you can get money off a 27in Retina 5K iMac - but note, this is the 2017 model, with 7th gen quad-core Kaby Lake chips, running at 3.8GHz, with Radeon Pro 580 graphics. Back when it was on sale it was the top-of-the-range model and cost £2,249 (although right now you'd probably be looking at spending £1,849 on a similarly specced model). John Lewis is currently selling it for £1,799.

11. Apple iMac Pro, 3.2GHz, 8-core Xeon, 32GB RAM, 1TB SSD, 5K Retina display (late 2016)

From: Laptops Direct

Was: £4,899

Now: £4,299.97  (£599.03 off)

The Mac Pro will come out in autumn, but the iMac Pro is, for now, still the most powerful iMac. It's also the most expensive - but Laptops Direct is offering almost £600 off!

12. Free Beats wireless headphones with Mac or iPad

From: Apple

Now: Free Beats headphones worth up to £300

Get a free pair of Beats wireless headphones worth up to £299.95 when you buy a Mac or iPad for university. You will need to verify your student status through UNiDAYS to get this deal.

13. Apple Mac mini, 3.6GHz quad-core, 128GB (2018)

From: Laptops Direct

Was: £799

Now: £729.97  (£69.03 off)

You can save on the 2018 Mac mini with Laptops Direct (who are seem to be indicating this is the 3.2GHz build-to-order option, which that would normally cost £1,069 and ship with a i7 chip, but we think it's actually the entry-level 3.6GHz i3 model - we've asked for confirmation). We advise you to double check before you buy (they never responded to our enquiry).

If it IS the 3.2GHz model it's a decent deal... But we don't think it is! 

14. Apple Mac mini, 3.6GHz quad-core, 128GB (2018) [Amazon]

From: Amazon

Was: £799

Now: £729.97  (£69.03 off)

This is a small but decent saving on the price of the 2018 quad-core 3.6GHz Mac mini. (FYI, we've seen this particular model discounted more on Amazon, so it might be worth waiting a week or two for bigger discounts - Amazon and Laptops Direct chase each other's prices on this one.)

15. Apple Mac mini, 3.0GHz 6-core, 128GB (2018) [KRCS]

From: KRCS

Was: £1,099.00

Now: £1,033.06  (£66 off)

Apple Premium Reseller KRCS is offering discounts on all 2018 Mac mini models. This one isn't the base model, but it's one of the best all-rounders available with a 6-core processor and a storage bump (see our Mac mini review for more info). You can also spread the cost with 10 months interest free credit on Macs over £1,000.

16. Apple iMac Pro, 3.2GHz, 8-core Xeon, 32GB RAM, 1TB SSD, 5K Retina display (late 2016)

From: KRCS

Was: £4,899.00

Now: £4,605.06  (£293.94 off)

The iMac Pro is still the most powerful iMac ever (at least until Apple updates the Mac Pro) and KRCS is offering almost £300 off. You can also spread the cost with 10 months interest-free credit on Mac's over £1,000. Check out our iMac Pro review.

17. Apple 21.5in iMac, 3.4GHz quad-core, 4K Retina Display, 1TB Fusion drive (2017)

From: Laptops Direct

Was: £1,449

Now: £1,131.97  (£317.03 off 2017 price)

This is the 21.5in version of the 2017 3.4GHz iMac model. Laptops Direct say that they constantly check prices to give you the best deal possible - so if you see it cheaper elsewhere they should sell it to you for that price. Bear in mind that the discount is on the price Apple originally sold this model for - it's no longer available from Apple as a newer model has replaced it.

18. Apple Refurbished Mac Store (Discounted iMacs, MacBooks and more)

From: Apple

Now: Up to £300 off

You can get a Mac from Apple at much lower prices if you buy from the Refurbished Store. Apple will have thoroughly tested the model and will offer you a full warranty so it can be a great way to get a good deal. Find out more about Refurbished Macs here.

19. Apple 21.5in iMac, 2.3GHz dual-core, 1TB HD (2017) [Amazon]

From: Amazon

Was: £1,049

Now: £959.97  (£89.03 off)

Get the entry-level iMac for less than £1,000 with this Amazon deal (which is about £20 better than it was at the start of May 2019). But remember, this model lacks a Retina display and hasn't been updated since 2017 - and if you look for a discount on a different model from the 2017 iMac range you will be getting a much better deal.

20. Apple 21.5in iMac, 3.0GHz six-core, 4K Retina Display, 1TB Fusion Drive (2019)

From: Scan

Was: £1,449

Now: £1,349  (£100 off)

You can save some money on the new 2019 21.5in iMac with 6-core processor at Scan.

Where to find the best iMac deals

If you want serious savings it's best to look beyond Apple itself. Some Mac retailers offer great discounts on Apple products and Apple accessories, so you should be able to save a few hundred pounds off some iMac configurations.

Beware, though. The Mac listed by the reseller may be an older model than the one Apple currently sells. We've seen resellers advertising Macs with money off based on the price they were previously sold at by Apple, even after Apple has started selling a newer Mac at the same price - so the deal often looks better than it actually is.

To get an idea of what the old model should be worth, take a look at Apple's refurbished store to see what Apple is selling the older version for (and remember that buying from Apple, even if it's refurbished, will mean you get a full year's warranty).

So be careful to check the age and spec of the machine being sold, and don't automatically assume that it's current. For this reason we are careful to list the spec and year of the model in our description.

We tend to find some good deals on new Macs at Apple reseller KRCS. Discounted Macs often include 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 as well as best Mac printer deals and Mac hard drive deals.

We regularly see Mac-related deals from the following retailers:

One of the best places to look for iMac deals all year round 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. One of the major benefits in buying a refurbished Mac from Apple is that it will come with a one-year warranty so Apple may fix or replace it for free should anything happen to it in that first year.

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.

From time to time, Amazon runs lightning deals, which could get you a discount if you act quickly. 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 here.

Best iMac Student Deals

Another great resource to help you save is the Macworld UK's Student Deals page, particularly the Tech & Mobile section. Right now, Apple is offering up to 10% off Macs as well as up to 50% off Apple Care. You can also save 8% on accessories and 5% on iPads. See the best iPad deals of this month here.

Simply create an account, log in, and verify your student status, and the discount is yours. See all Macworld UK student tech deals here.

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 2019