Deals: Take Up to $150 Off M1 iMacs on Amazon, Available From $1,199

Amazon is offering a few models of the M1 iMac at all-time low prices today. Only select colors are available in each configuration, but all models shared in this article are in stock and ready to ship out today from Amazon.

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Starting with the 7-core GPU/256GB iMac, this device is available at $1,199.00, down from $1,299.00. This sale is only available in Blue, and it's a second-best price on this version of the 24-inch iMac.

Next, the 8-core GPU/256GB iMac is down to $1,349.00 in Silver and Orange, from $1,499.00. Shoppers should note that the Silver color requires an automatic coupon to be applied at the checkout screen in order to see this discount price.

Note: You won't see the deal price until checkout.

Compared to previous sales, this is a match of the record low price on this version of the 24-inch iMac. At this time we aren't tracking any discounts on the 512GB version of the new iMacs, but be sure to keep an eye on our Best iMac Deals guide. There, we keep track of the best iMac offers from Amazon, Adorama, B&H Photo, and other retailers, so be sure to check back often if you're shopping for an iMac for the first time, or thinking of upgrading.

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Top Rated Comments

ignatius345 Avatar
6 weeks ago
Kind of embarrassing to even sell 256 GB desktop Macs at a time when there are iPhones with more storage than that. I guess they sell it to be able to offer as low an entry price as possible. Problem is, if you take the bait you're likely to run out of space pretty quick if you accumulate much at all in the way of media or documents.
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rpmurray Avatar
6 weeks ago
I'll hold fast until they put the 27 inch M2 iMacs on sale.
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dannyyankou Avatar
6 weeks ago
When you compare the iMac to other 4K all in one PCs, it's actually not a bad deal.
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Eggtastic Avatar
6 weeks ago
Nice design, but less pastel and more of the darker color shade on the front of the machine. Also, matte black would be nice.
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ignatius345 Avatar
6 weeks ago

When you compare the iMac to other 4K all in one PCs, it's actually not a bad deal.
Not for nothing, but the screen is actually better than 4K. They upped the pixel count to what they call "4.5K" (4480×2520) in order to keep the pixel density at their Retina standard at 24". The previous iMac 4K had about the same pixel density at 21.5" so they had to add some resolution to keep it as sharp.
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Aston441 Avatar
6 weeks ago

Kind of embarrassing to even sell 256 GB desktop Macs at a time when there are iPhones with more storage than that. I guess they sell it to be able to offer as low an entry price as possible. Problem is, if you take the bait you're likely to run out of space pretty quick if you accumulate much at all in the way of media or documents.
When I bought my MacBook Air 256GB in 2011, I was disappointed then there wasn't a higher storage option, but I figured I would make do, being very careful. Nevertheless that drive was full very quickly. I remember thinking then, that in 10 years a typical laptop would probably start in the 2 TB range, or maybe even much, much higher. Shame on me.
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