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Does anyone know if college student stores offer better deals than Apple's current offer of $100 off a macbook + a free i-pod?
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Not in the college discount store.

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Are you talking about a specific bookstore from a college? Because I bought my MBP through my college's bookstore and it was 1720 which was a few hundreds off the regular 15" MBP price. I would say ask the university to see what kind of discounts they have.

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Are you talking about a specific bookstore from a college? Because I bought my MBP through my college's bookstore and it was 1720 which was a few hundreds off the regular 15" MBP price. I would say ask the university to see what kind of discounts they have.
no dude it's the same. Plus the discount for the MBP is a bit larger than the MB since it cost more.
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The discounts are interesting from the college store. Macbooks have a better deal than my corp discount, but that's not so with many other things. But, he's right the university here has better deals than the college store online at times.

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no dude it's the same. Plus the discount for the MBP is a bit larger than the MB since it cost more.
Thats not true, certain mac sponsored schools have steeper discounts on products then purchasing from Apple with a student discount, even if you say you are from that school.

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