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Why Should I Sell My iMac?

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How Much Is Your iMac Worth?

iMac 21.5-inch
Retina 4K 2017
iMac 21.5-inch
Retina 4K 2017
iMac 27-inch
Retina 5K, 2017
iMac 24-inch
M1, 2021 4-ports
iMac 21.5-inch
Retina 4K, 2019
iMac 27-inch
Retina 5K, 2019
iMac 21.5-inch
Retina 4K 2017
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£100.00 - £200.00
iMac 27-inch
Retina 5K, 2017
Receive Between*
£150.00 - £350.00
iMac 24-inch
M1, 2021 4-ports
Receive Between*
£575.00 - £875.00
iMac 21.5-inch
Retina 4K, 2019
Receive Between*
£250.00 - £400.00
iMac 27-inch
Retina 5K, 2019
Receive Between*
£350.00 - £700.00
Receive Between*

£100.00 - £200.00

Sell Your iMac 4K, 21.5-inch, 2017

The 2017 21.5-inch iMac came with small improvements. On June 5th 2017 Apple announced the new model using Kaby Lake intel processors and upgrading the Thunderbolt 2 to Thunderbolt 3 ports.

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£150.00 - £350.00

Sell Your iMac 5K, 27-inch, 2017

During WWDC on June 5th 2017 Apple made a small refresh to the iMac range. The 27-inch 5K iMac received updated Kaby Lake processor, Thunderbolt 3 ports and a 13% brighter screen.

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£575.00 - £875.00

Sell Your iMac 24-inch, M1, 2021 4-ports

The first Apple Silicon iMac released by Apple, the 24-inch 2021 iMac, was a massive improvement over the 2020 model range, with the list of changes including a whole new design using the 24-inch form factor, which hadn't been seen since 2009 and a white bezel throwing back to the 2006 model.

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£250.00 - £400.00

Sell Your iMac 4K, 21.5-inch, 2019

The 2019 generation of iMac marked the year that the 21.5-inch was only available in 4K. Design and functionality stayed the same, with only a specification increase to i9 Intel processors and Radeon Vega graphics cards. Apple claimed this model was up to 60% faster than the previous model.

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£350.00 - £700.00

Sell Your iMac 5K, 27-inch, 2019

The 2019 edition of the 5K 27-inch iMac featured a specification bump from the previous model. New 9th generation Intel Core i9 processors and Radeon Vega graphics cards saw a performance increase of up to 2.4x.

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Prices provided exclude any adjustments for condition or missing accessories.

How Do I Sell My iMac?

Below is our simple 5-step Mac trade-in process. At MacFinder, we will always keep you updated on the status of your trade-in - ensuring transparency throughout the entire process.

Have your serial in 30 seconds

Step 1

Find Your Serial Number

Using your Mac’s serial number, we can determine your device’s specification, model and year of release. The process is similar to entering your car’s registration number on a car trade-in service.

  • Open the Apple menu on your Mac by clicking the Apple logo at the top left corner of the screen
  • From the drop-down menu, click “About This Mac”
  • On the “About This Mac” page, you will be able to see your device’s specification, as well as its serial number
Forms filled in 3 minutes

Step 2

Condition, Collection & Payment Forms

Does your device contain upgraded internal components from Apple? We will offer you a better price than any of our competitors! We offer the only trade-in service which takes your device’s specification into account when quoting a price.

Your device’s specification and model aren’t the only things that can change your device’s overall value – we also check all Macs for their physical condition, which we grade as A, B or C. By checking all components, we can provide you with a more accurate and reliable quoted value. A hairline scratch won’t affect the final value as much as a cracked screen.

Collection in 5 days

Step 3

We Collect From You

Once you’ve accepted our quoted offer, we will begin the process of collecting your device. We require your collection date to be five days in advance of our offer as this allows time for your collection pack to arrive and allows you time to prepare and pack your device.

When your collection day comes around, DPD will collect your device at an arranged time and will provide you with a pre-paid shipping label, which they will apply to your box. Your device will arrive with us the next day.

Testing complete within 48 hours

Step 4

Checking & Testing

When your device has arrived at MacFinder, It’ll be handed to our inspection team who will analyse your device, ensuring it is functioning properly and the condition matches your original quote. The inspection process includes a wide range of checks, from checking physical condition as well as device functionality.

Paid within 2 days of testing

Step 5

Payment

When your device has passed our internal inspection process, the quoted payment will be sent to you. Our finance team offers a selection of payment options to choose from, which they will deposit into your preferred payment account.

Alternatively, if you were planning on exchanging your Mac for one of our stocked devices, your in-store credit will be applied to your account.

Do It All Again When The Time Comes To Sell Your Next Apple Mac

Whether you’re buying a new model or upgrading with us, we’re always happy to buy your Apple devices.

Have your serial in 30 seconds

Step 1

Find Your Serial Number

Using your Mac’s serial number, we can determine your device’s specification, model and year of release. The process is similar to entering your car’s registration number on a car trade-in service.

  • Open the Apple menu on your Mac by clicking the Apple logo at the top left corner of the screen
  • From the drop-down menu, click “About This Mac”
  • On the “About This Mac” page, you will be able to see your device’s specification, as well as its serial number
Forms filled in 3 minutes

Step 2

Condition, Collection & Payment Forms

Does your device contain upgraded internal components from Apple? We will offer you a better price than any of our competitors! We offer the only trade-in service which takes your device’s specification into account when quoting a price.

Your device’s specification and model aren’t the only things that can change your device’s overall value – we also check all Macs for their physical condition, which we grade as A, B or C. By checking all components, we can provide you with a more accurate and reliable quoted value. A hairline scratch won’t affect the final value as much as a cracked screen.

Collection in 5 days

Step 3

We Collect From You

Once you’ve accepted our quoted offer, we will begin the process of collecting your device. We require your collection date to be five days in advance of our offer as this allows time for your collection pack to arrive and allows you time to prepare and pack your device.

When your collection day comes around, DPD will collect your device at an arranged time and will provide you with a pre-paid shipping label, which they will apply to your box. Your device will arrive with us the next day.

Testing complete within 48 hours

Step 4

Checking & Testing

When your device has arrived at MacFinder, It’ll be handed to our inspection team who will analyse your device, ensuring it is functioning properly and the condition matches your original quote. The inspection process includes a wide range of checks, from checking physical condition as well as device functionality.

Paid within 2 days of testing

Step 5

Payment

When your device has passed our internal inspection process, the quoted payment will be sent to you. Our finance team offers a selection of payment options to choose from, which they will deposit into your preferred payment account.

Alternatively, if you were planning on exchanging your Mac for one of our stocked devices, your in-store credit will be applied to your account.

Do It All Again When The Time Comes To Sell Your Next Apple Mac

Whether you’re buying a new model or upgrading with us, we’re always happy to buy your Apple devices.

How We Pay You For Your iMac

All three of our payment methods come without fees, so you always receive the total value of your final quotation.

Direct Bank Transfer

Receive payment directly into your UK bank account on an instant transfer. We’ll collect your bank information through our secure portal and remove them once paid.

PayPal

We’ve partnered with PayPal so you can receive payment into your PayPal account with zero delays. Simply enter your PayPal email address when you submit your offer.

Store Credit

When opting for Store Credit, we’ll give you a 10% bonus on top of your offer. Our team can partially refund a recent order or add the funds to your MacFinder account for the next time you shop.

Paying You What Your iMac Is Really Worth

Frequently Asked Questions

What do we accept?

As long as your Apple device is in good working order, we accept a range of items from the following categories:

Desktop computers (such as Mac Mini, iMac or Mac Pro)

Newer generations of Macbook Air & Macbook Pro

All you need to do to find out if your Apple Mac qualifies is fill out the information below and give us an idea of the condition of your system, battery (where required) and retina display, and you’ll get an instant quote.

Don’t have your original box?

No problem; we will send our specialist packaging before your collection date. All you need to do is box your item. Video instructions are provided. Then wait for your item to be collected.

How do I send my old Mac?

We can take care of everything for you. All you need to do is box your item and wait for it to be collected. Once you have sent the necessary information to sell your Apple product, we’ll organise the collection and send you our specialist packaging.

Can I save my quote?

Once you’ve valued your apple device, if you’re not yet ready to go ahead and confirm your sale, you can save your quote to email.

In your confirmation email, you will receive a link which allows you to open up your valuation from any device. Quotes are valid for five days, after which you can return and get an updated valuation.

When will I be paid?

You will be paid once we’ve received your item and it’s been inspected by one of our Apple-certified technicians. We aim to pay your quote within 48 hours of receiving the item; however, this can take up to 5 working days.

Payment will take longer if the specification is incorrect, the condition is wrong, we can’t pay you via your selected payment method due to erroneous details, or you’re a business and we require an invoice from you.

What happens if I do not accept the revised quote?

We may revise your quote if your model, specification, or condition doesn’t match what you’ve submitted. If you’re not happy with our assessment or your revised quote, we will send your item back to you free of charge on a next-day service.

Do I need to reset or remove the data from my device?

Unless you requested a data transfer and are upgrading with us, your device is professionally wiped on arrival. If you’d prefer to, you can reset your device but it is not required.

What happens to my data?

When you decide to sell your old Mac, it’s understandable that you want to know that your personal data will be protected. Our facility is certified data secure, GDPR compliant, and ISO accredited. All items we receive are thoroughly wiped of personal data (Apple ID etc.) once our testing process has been completed. If you are buying a replacement Mac from us, we can also arrange to transfer your data to your new machine.

Do I need to sign out of my Apple ID?

It is crucial that you sign out of your Apple ID and disable the find my service. We provide a guide on how to do this on the quote confirmation page and email. If you do not remove the iCloud activation locks, your trade-in will be delayed.

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