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Bought MBP at actualy Apple Store, Free iPod offer not valid?


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I'm just wondering a little over two weeks ago I purchased an MBP at the Apple Store in the Galleria here in Houston. Is the free iPod with the purchase of a MacBook only valid through the Online Store? If I was to buy an iPod now could I still get the rebate? Anyone help on this is greatly appreciated.
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It's for the student discounts I believe. It's only for students purchasing a new computer.

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I'm sorry, forgot to mention that I did purchase the MacBook Pro with the student discount. I start the nursing program this August.

I basically didn't have the cash to front the cost of the iPod at the time, and I wasn't really too interested in getting one, but I've changed my mind and would love to have one.
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Not only is it only for college students, you need to have the MBP and the iPod on the same receipt to receive the $200 rebate. There's a $100 MIR for select printers as well.

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Oh man, well I guess I lucked out. Wonder if I could still return the MBP and then buy it back with an iPod? I'm just kidding, that would be too much trouble and I doubt they would let me. But I could ask...I'll pass by the Apple Store on Wednesday and see if they could do anythign for me.
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Just as an FYI - The iPod discount is not only for college students. When I go to the apple page, I am logged in under the education store (I'm an elementary teacher) and when I put an iMac into my cart it asks me to add an iPod. I looked at the FAQs and it is for any college student, faculty of a higher education institution, or any employee or student of a k-12 school.

iPod Promo FAQs from http://www.apple.com/backtoschool/faq.html

Major in Mac Promotion Frequently Asked Questions
Qualification and Eligibility
How can I take advantage of the “Major in Mac” rebate offer?

To be eligible for participation in this offer, you MUST meet ALL of the following requirements:

1. You must be a qualified Apple Education Individual end-user purchaser. Qualified participants include:

Higher Education
* Faculty and staff of Higher Education institutions.
* Students attending or accepted into a higher education institution.

K-12
* Any employee of a public or private K-12 institution in the United States or District of Columbia.
* PTA or PTO executives currently serving as elected or appointed members.
* School board members who are currently serving as elected or appointed members.
* Qualified Homeschool Teachers.
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You have to buy it through the special students online store though right?

@Above, NO thats where I screwed up, the offer nor the discount is valid for K12 students! Only employees of K12 schools are eligible.
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