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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

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hey all, i am just wondering if anyone knows if the apple store offers any type of trade in your old comp. for money towards a new one kind of thing?
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No. They'll recycle it for you, that's about it.


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No. They'll recycle it for you, that's about it.
Yea, he's right. Even if they did though, they would probably be like EB Games and not give much for it. Your best bet if you want to make some cash from it is to hit up eBay.
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hey all, i am just wondering if anyone knows if the apple store offers any type of trade in your old comp. for money towards a new one kind of thing?
No.

But you can always sell your Mac and as long as it's in good condition you should be able get $$$ for it. Macs are like BMWs and Mercedes autos, they hold their value.

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eBay might be your best bet, like chscag said, Mac's hold their value much much better than PC's.

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