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Hiii all....

I have lost my purchase receipt for macbook pro. I want to visit the Apple Genius Bar because of a problem in my mac and now i am worried about the receipt!!!Can i visit the store without it???
pls help ....suggestions will be appreciated.
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Apple will have a record of when it was sold - no worry.

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Can i visit the store without it???
pls help ....suggestions will be appreciated.
Similar to what "bobtomay" mentioned...Apple tracks everything via your computers serial number. So no worries!

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when I purchased my MBP they emailed me a copy of the receipt in .pdf format. Maybe search your email account and print a new one off for your records.

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