Deals: Woot Takes Up to $469 Off Apple's M1 iMac, Now Starting at $919.99 [Updated]

Woot today has a collection of M1 iMacs at solid prices, starting with the 7-core GPU/256GB model for just $919.99 in Green, down from $1,299.00. This is a new all-time low price on this version of the 24-inch iMac, beating the previous low by about $80.

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All iMacs in Woot's sale today are in "New Open-Box" condition, meaning that the devices are brand new and come in original Apple retail boxes. However, they do not come with an Apple warranty and instead include a 90-Day Woot warranty.

You can also get the 8-core GPU/256GB M1 iMac for $1,029.99 on Woot, down from $1,499.00. This sale isn't quite as good as the $999.99 price tag we briefly saw on Amazon a few weeks ago, but at just about $30 higher it's a very solid second-best price.

This one is only available in Green and it also comes in "New Open-Box" condition. Be sure to visit our full Deals Roundup to shop for even more Apple-related products and accessories.

Update: We've updated this article to reflect an even steeper markdown on the 7-core GPU/256GB iMac. Additionally, the 8-core GPU/256GB model is now out of stock on Woot.

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Top Rated Comments

Orange Bat Avatar
10 months ago
Put in an M2 Pro and I might consider it.
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grjj Avatar
10 months ago
Woot's "refurbished" machines are such a dishonest claim as to be fraudulent in my view. These machines are used in most cases and not in any was "refurbished" and certainly not by Apple.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
svish Avatar
10 months ago
Excellent pricing for iMac.
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k1121j Avatar
10 months ago

Interesting that the 7-core is $940 for the Blue and Green but $999 for the Silver.

Anyway, I got the Silver from Apple Refurbished (looks and feels brand new) a few weeks ago for $1099 and really happy with it.
Supply and demand.
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dannyyankou Avatar
10 months ago
It's open box and doesn't have Apple's warranty, that's why it's so cheap. It has nothing to do with any upcoming launches.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Apple Fan 2008 Avatar
10 months ago
It's getting cheaper and cheaper.
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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