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Mac Mini 1.25 Ghz for 449.99!


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Target has the Mac Mini for the normal $499.99. Apply coupon code "TDWELCME2224" to the purchase and it knocks $50 bucks off for a total of $449.99. Add about $9 for shipping and you're done.

http://www.target.com/gp/detail.htm...asin=B0006HU2IM

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The Target link is no longer valid
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the coupon works, just search for mac mini at target.com
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Thanks for the update An explanation of the coupon code use might be helpful
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Just go through the checkout process, at some point you are given the option to put in discount codes.
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This one works:

http://www.target.com/gp/detail.html...sin=B0006HU2IM
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i get that price from apple because i am a student
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i get that price from apple because i am a student

My student discount only gets me $20 off, but I could get free shipping from Apple, either way I pay tax. The target deal comes out cheaper.
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My student discount only gets me $20 off, but I could get free shipping from Apple, either way I pay tax. The target deal comes out cheaper.
in addition, the extended warranty for target is only $50. Throw in a epson c86 for $99, get $100 back in a rebate, sell the printer on ebay for $50, with that coupon code, your cost is $500.

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in addition, the extended warranty for target is only $50. Throw in a epson c86 for $99, get $100 back in a rebate, sell the printer on ebay for $50, with that coupon code, your cost is $500.

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in addition, the extended warranty for target is only $50. Throw in a epson c86 for $99, get $100 back in a rebate, sell the printer on ebay for $50, with that coupon code, your cost is $500.
How do you do that? Got Link?
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i get an mini for free for just being drunk

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Wow! Apple is getting smart!! They are selling th eMac Mini at all types of retail outlets! I wonder if Walmart will get them in too?
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Target has been carrying iPods and accessories for awhile now, I would be surprised if I saw an Apple at Walmart.
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I don't know steve knows target's not walmart, I don't shop walmart do you? If he does start at walmart, who would not sell "the daily show" "america" then we are lost.
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