iMac Pro is $1,000 Off at Micro Center Stores, Now $3,999 While Supplies Last

Micro Center stores are currently offering the base model iMac Pro for $3,999, a significant $1,000 discount off Apple's regular price, and by far the lowest price we've ever seen for the powerful desktop workstation since it was released a month ago.


Micro Center says the deal is available at its retail stores only and not online. The official Apple Authorized Reseller has 25 locations across the United States, many of which appear to be open this Saturday and Sunday.

The best deal we had previously seen on the base model iMac Pro, which starts at $4,999 from Apple, was a $250 discount from Best Buy that dropped the price to $4,749.99 earlier this week, so this is an impressive sale.


Micro Center says the deal is limited to one per household, and supplies are likely extremely limited, so we recommend calling ahead if you are planning on visiting one of their stores. There's no indication when the sale ends, so act fast.

The base model iMac Pro is equipped with a 27-inch 5K display, 3.2GHz 8-core Intel Xeon W processor, 32GB of ECC RAM, 1TB SSD storage, Radeon Pro Vega 56 graphics with 8GB HBM2 memory, 10Gb Ethernet, and four Thunderbolt 3 ports.

(Thanks to Steve, Johnny, and other readers who tipped us!)

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19 weeks ago
Sales must be through the roof! Haha

I can't say I've ever seen such a discount on a brand new product.
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19 weeks ago
Speaks volumes.
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19 weeks ago
I sent this tip into MacRumors. No credit?
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19 weeks ago
The iMac Pro is just too expensive and overkill for typical, mainstream Apple customers. The professionals are not interested in the base configuration hence why the 20% discount this soon. Those guys are ordering more expensive custom spec ones. For those who can already afford a $5k machine, $10k is not a lot of money especially if they have high six figure salaries from pro work.
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19 weeks ago
$1000 off?!?!?!?!?


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19 weeks ago
Talk about a steal!
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19 weeks ago
Either the iMac Pro doesn't sell well from third parties or someone at Micro Center thought it would make for a cheap publicity stunt.
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19 weeks ago

Much more tempting, but still, who wants to buy any high end computer with vulnerable processors to Spectre/Meltdown?

It’s gonna be a while before computers are sold that aren’t vulnerable (from a hardware perspective) to Spectre and Meltdown. (With Intel chips, that is.)
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19 weeks ago

Never heard of "Micro Center Stores" before.

The loss they will take on a small number of strongly sought-after products is paying for priceless articles on tech blogs. Way more cost-effective than, say, advertising their stores on Facebook.


Microcenter is an awesome store — we have one in the Minneapolis area.

This is a great deal on the base. I wonder if upgraded versions are discounted
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19 weeks ago

Speaks volumes.


Sales must be through the roof! Haha

I can't say I've ever seen such a discount on a brand new product.


Never heard of "Micro Center Stores" before.

The loss they will take on a small number of strongly sought-after products is paying for priceless articles on tech blogs. Way more cost-effective than, say, advertising their stores on Facebook.
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