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  1. #1
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    iMAC_Looking for 1yr interest-free offer?
    OK..

    I am Old PC user, I must have 5 or 8 PC's.

    Having a hard time(physcological) spending $1700 Bucks at one time when I can build a PC for $700 Bucks???

    I know the MAC has some quality features that blow the PC out of the water when it comes to Video editing and Desktop publishing.

    I know I'm sounding Cheap, with the interest free for around a year...
    Are there any mail order houses with "Zero Interest for Six(or a Year) Months" plans out there...??

    If you know of any? Can you reply with a link, or a link with an offer code.

    Thanks,

    Martin

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    fearlessfreap24's Avatar
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    check compusa. your location was not stated so i am assuming that you are in the states.

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    http://store.apple.com/1-800-MY-APPL...ts/AppleStore/

    Bottom left hand corner :biohazard

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    Whether you spend $1700 at once or over a year or so, you are still spending $1700 on a computer...

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    i dont have no mac's
    session time out on the link above.....

    apply for one of those 'no interest for a year' credit cards you probably get in the mail on a daily basis
    MoTM honor roll...
    when?
    i dont remember

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    Try link now and look at bottom left hand corner.

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    Hi there, I always buy my computer on 12 months interest free not because I am cheap but the ease at which I can pay the amount monthly suits me and my hectic lifestyle.

    I would avoid credit cards as they are normally chocked to the brim with hidden charges and often it is very difficult to get away without paying them more than you have borrowed. I am based in the Uk and found that most professional music scentres that also sell Macs offer 12 months interest free as it is standard practise when buying musical intruments, why not search online for such a centre.

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