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Oh, and I am getting the printer for free. (Mail in rebate.)
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Sweeeet. Congrats in advance. You gonna have loads of fun with your new MBP.

Enjoy.
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Already wondering if I should've upgraded to 160 GB...
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Nice!!

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Dude, you are getting one Awesome MBP. Stop wondering and Enjoy

Plus you can always upgrade later, I've been looking into it myself and it doesn't actually seem to be that bad of a deal.
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Well, keep in mind, I am using the apple student developer discount, usually that same purchase would cost somewhere around $2,200.
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Dont worry about the hard drive. If you really need more space, external hard drivees are pretty cheap these days.
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Thats a great deal. I actually did the same thing. I get an Employee Discount through my Company. I saved about $300 on my MacBook purchase. I did upgrade it to the 160GB because it was practically free. But non the less u r still getting a Splendid MBP the price u'd pay to upgrade save a bit more money and get an External HD with bigger storage.
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Thanks for all the comments guys Just waiting now!
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That is the hardest part. good luck

And have fun.
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Can you get the both the free iPod and free printer with the purchase of a macbook? How do you get the rebate? Did you have to cut the UPC code off the macbook pro box?
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I actually don't know how that is going to work yet, I haven't gotten the computer yet. And I wasn't eligible for the free iPod, because I use the student DEVELOPER discount, not the student discount.
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you cant get a free ipod nano and printer in the uk
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Can you get the both the free iPod and free printer with the purchase of a macbook? How do you get the rebate? Did you have to cut the UPC code off the macbook pro box?
You can only get one.

You place the rebate online then you have to print out a page and mail it in with the UPC code off of the computer box and the printer box.

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Oh, and I am getting the printer for free. (Mail in rebate.)
That's a very good printer. It's the same one I got. Works great.
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Woo congrats on your new purchase dude!

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