iMac Pro Again Available for $3,999 From Micro Center Stores

Micro Center retail stores are once again offering the entry-level iMac Pro for $3,999, an impressive discount of $1,000 off of the regular $4,999 price tag for the newly released machine.

The same deal was offered earlier in the month, and iMac Pro models available at Micro Center stores were snapped up quickly. Based on the online stock checking tool, most Micro Center locations have at least one iMac Pro in stock, with some, such as the Westmont Micro Center in Illinois, listing 10+ machines available for purchase.


The $1,000 discount on the iMac Pro is for Micro Center retail stores only, with the $3,999 iMac Pro not available from the Micro Center website.

Apple's base configuration 27-inch 5K iMac Pro, which Micro Center is discounting, comes equipped with a 3.2GHz 8-core Intel Xeon W processor, Thunderbolt 3 support, 32GB ECC 2,666MHz RAM, a 1TB SSD, and a Radeon Pro Vega 56 graphics card with 8GB HMB2 memory.


No other retailer is offering the iMac Pro at such a significant discount at this time. Micro Center is limiting purchases to one per household, and available supply could go quick.

Micro Center stores are located primarily in the midwest and south, with 25 stores nationwide.

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12 weeks ago
Reduce the price all you want, I'm not buying it.

I'm going to get the 3.0GHz 21.5" iMac. I refuse to buy any computer that doesn't still have a 5400 rpm hard drive in 2018.
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12 weeks ago
Only $3999, that's nothing! I will buy them all and hand them out to all the members here at that price!
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12 weeks ago
Apple, this is not what we meant by 5K iMac.

Nice discount though. It is much more worth it, considering a 'similarly' speced iMac 27"
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12 weeks ago
I asked a Micro Center district manager why they mark their Apple gear down so low when Apple doesn't give them a price break to do so. His response was that it is worth it to them to get people in their Micro Center Apple Store, that they mark it all down. Taking $1000 off the price seems like a high price to win a customer. Oh well, benefits the consumer :)
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12 weeks ago
Just picked one up at the Micro Center in Philly. Thanks for the heads-up MacRumors!!! And thanks to Micro Center for the ridiculous bargain!
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12 weeks ago

I'm going to get the 3.0GHz 21.5" iMac. I refuse to buy any computer that doesn't still have a 5400 rpm hard drive in 2018.


Hahahaha! So passive aggressive. Love it!
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12 weeks ago
For those people, like me, who bought it for $4300 from them, Micro Center has "price protection" and will refund the $300 if still in the 15 day return window. Just go the store where you bought it with the original receipt and they will issue a refund for the difference. I liked it at $4300, like it even better at $4000.
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12 weeks ago

Only $3999, that's nothing! I will buy them all and hand them out to all the members here at that price!


Please ship iMac Pro to:

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Thank you!
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12 weeks ago

I can’t work out what the point of this machine is.


Twice the cores, 50 percent more graphics power? What's not to love?
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12 weeks ago

With the 5K iMac and the Mac Pro (granted now very old), I can’t work out what the point of this machine is.

I actually don't get what you don't get. ECC RAM, capability of many more cores, closer to "real" desktop GPUs, and lots of thunderbolt 3 ports for external peripherals...
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