iMac prices, trade in values & places to sell
Some recent sales to provide a general idea of how much an iMac is worth.
iMac prices (retrieved 01/10/2019):
|Online Buyback Stores||Brick-and-Mortar Stores||Online Marketplaces (eBay, after fees)|
|iMac Core i5, 27-inch 2017||$860||$465||$1,219|
|iMac Core i5, 27-inch 2015||$750||$300||$910|
|iMac Core i5, 21.5-inch 2015||$620||$225||$834|
|iMac Core i5, 21.5-inch 2014||$350||$105||$391|
|iMac Core i5, 27-inch 2013||$590||$79||$650|
* Prices for models with 1TB capacities and 8GB Memory with Core i5 3.4GHz processors unless otherwise noted. Expect to get about 20% to 30% more for higher storage capacity and processor speed. Brick and Mortar price (Best Buy, with AC adapter).
iMac Price Factors
While accessories and packaging can net more money ($10-$30 more), some buyers will pay less if your iMac has a personalized engraving.
Condition is a major factor. The above prices are for good condition items. Expect to get 15-20% less for each downgrade in condition.
Where to sell your iMac
Flipsy Trust Verified Stores Buying The iMac
The following Trust Verified Stores provide cash quotes for your iMac. Let them know your serial number (found on the back cover), condition and any included items. You’ll get a quote delivered to your inbox in about 24 hours. Be sure to describe your iMac’s condition to get the most accurate price. Some of the stores have winnowers or serial number look ups to find your value but many have incomplete serial number databases, so while they may buy your Mac they won’t show a price. By contacting them with your serial number they can do the look up to provide the most accurate quote.
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