Apple For Less Than Retail?
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People often ask me where to get good deals on Apple products. One is at Amazon, where most iBooks, PowerBooks, MacBooks, etc. are $100-$200 below the Apple.com price (sometimes b/c of a rebate), in addition to not having sales tax (which can save another $100-$200). Another is via the Apple Education store where students, faculty or staff of almost any US school (if you aren't, have someone who is buy it for you) can save 5-15% off Apple retail price (not including iPods). Also, the refurbished section of Apple.com often cuts prices 25% or more, all with the same warranty provided for new items.
Back in stock, the Apple Store has Apple Certified Refurbished MacBook Pros starting at $999 for the pictured 13.3" i5 with a 500GB hard drive and a dual layer superdrive. Mac refurbs include the same one year, extendable warranty as new Macs. Ground shipping is free. Sales tax is charged in most states.
The Apple Store now has Apple Certified Refurbished MacBook Airs with prices starting at $849 for an 11", 128GB, i5 model. Mac refurbs include the same 1-year warranty as new Macs (extendable to 3 years if you purchase AppleCare). Ground shipping is free. Sales tax is charged in most states.
Apple offers a special discount of up to $200 off for any qualified college student, faculty, administrator, staff member or K-12 teacher, administrator, or staff member.
This Apple discount may be used to purchase one desktop, Mac mini, notebook, or iPhone, two displays or two of any given software title per academic year. Education discounts may not available for all Apple products. Click the above Apple coupon link to see the full details.(expires April 30, 2014)redeem this couponActivate & open site