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apple developer student discount sucks all of a sudden?


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The regular student discount is now a better deal than the student developer discount... What the heck?
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The regular student discount is now a better deal than the student developer discount... What the heck?
so use the regular student discount...???
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I never realized there was anything better than the regular student discount, how do you qualify for the developer one?
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what the heck is the student developer discount?
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Thing is that before the macbook pro was released you could save about $200 - $300 more than with just using the regular student discount. This is for all powerbooks not just the macbook pro.
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