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hi everyone-

I just bought a 1.66 ghz 512 mac mini last week. but today, i see they upgraded it...for the same price. Now I want to return the one I just bought, I'll pay the 10% fee, but the problem is I cut out the SKU for a printer mail-in rebate... I still have the SKU cardboard piece laying around.. if I bring it to Apple, can I return the old one, and get the new one??? Or if I return the printer too???

If anyone has experience with this, just let me know what I'm dealing with!

Thanks in advance!

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