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Where Can I Buy a Mac? [Not online]


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I'm new here. hello =] I went to the circuit city blowout sale and they didn't sell macs. But I looked online at best buy and they have some but never looked in the store. Where can I find them in stores because they always seem a little pricey there ^^ Thanks!
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Apple store would be the obvious place, failing that you can go to bestbuy, they have an ok selection. Look at the apple online store for pricing, all the prices are set by apple and will probably not change no matter where you go.
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I know here the local community college has them. Normally not the most recent models, but very nice anyways.
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Microcenter as well, if you have one of those.
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If you're concerned about the price, try checking craigslist. You can pick up a gently used model for a price savings. If you spend some time watching, you can swoop in and grab a good deal.

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