iMac Pro Gets First Discount With Price Drop of $250 on $5K Configuration

It's been just under one month since the iMac Pro launched, and Best Buy today has already discounted one configuration of Apple's high-end desktop computer.

The configuration on sale is the 27-inch 5K iMac Pro with a 3.2GHz 8-core Xeon W processor, 32GB of memory, and 1TB SSD, priced at $4,749.99, down from $4,999.99. The iMac Pro comes with a six month subscription of Webroot Secure Anywhere software to defend against various online threats such as phishing attacks and malware.

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This is the base model of the iMac Pro, and 14-core and 18-core processors are available in customizable configurations that increase the price of the computer to as much as $13,199. If you're looking for more information regarding the configuration options of Apple's latest desktop computer, head over to our iMac Pro Roundup.

Other Mac-related sales remain ongoing at B&H Photo this week, including a notable deal on the late 2016 15-inch MacBook Pro, with one configuration priced at $1,999, down from $2,799. As a comparison, the same configuration is priced at $2,399 on Adorama and MacMall. We've listed this sale below, along with a few other discounts:
For more of the latest sales, be sure to visit our full Deals Roundup.

Related Roundups: Apple Deals, iMac Pro
Buyer's Guide: iMac Pro (Neutral)


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12 months ago
Way to burn the early adopters!

That'll teach 'em.
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12 months ago

It's been just under one month since the iMac Pro launched, and Best Buy today has already discounted one configuration of Apple's high-end desktop computer.

The configuration on sale is the 27-inch 5K iMac Pro with a 3.2GHz 8-core Xeon W processor, 32GB of memory, and 1TB SSD, priced at $4,749.99, down from $4,999.99. The iMac Pro comes with a six month subscription of Webroot Secure Anywhere software to defend against various online threats such as phishing attacks and malware.


Who the hell buys an iMac Pro at Best Buy? People who want snake oil like “Webroot Secure Anywhere”, it seems.
Rating: 7 Votes
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12 months ago

OMG! Can’t afford not to take advantage of that deal!


$250.00 is still a discount none the less. If someone was serious in the market for the iMac Pro as it is, this still would be welcomed.
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12 months ago
I was hard pressed to be able to afford the machine at $4999, but at $4749.99 I might just be able to do it. :P :D
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12 months ago

It might be sponsored but it is news. It shows that perhaps Apple didn’t price it right in the first place.


Apple priced it just fine. It shows that the market for this sort of machine is not the sort that would ever even dream of buying it from Best Buy, so they have stock they cannot shift.
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12 months ago
OMG! Can’t afford not to take advantage of that deal!
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12 months ago
That’s better than the deal at MacMall.



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12 months ago
I'll wait until it sells for $250.
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12 months ago

Who the hell buys an iMac Pro at Best Buy? People who want snake oil like “Webroot Secure Anywhere”, it seems.

All you have to do is refuse anything extra they offer. They don't force software upon you against your will. They do, however, lie out their arses about what someone needs on their computer. But you, being the person that you are and realizing you don't need all their extra crap, can simply buy a Mac at Best Buy without any extras on it. Best Buy does have good deals on occasion and they also price match, so it's not crazy to buy Apple products there.
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12 months ago
It might be sponsored but it is news. It shows that perhaps Apple didn’t price it right in the first place.
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