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commodore12
Aug 31, 2010, 09:35 AM
Hey all,

First off, I am now an official Mac convert. I just bought a new MacBook Pro this week in preparation for my coming semester in France. Even though every one of my family members has a Mac, this is the first Mac I've owned and I have to say my overall well-being has improved drastically in the last few days since swapping out my Dell haha.

Anyways, the real issue at hand: I bought an iPod touch along with the laptop because of the whole rebate deal. However, because I needed to order my laptop before going abroad, I couldn't wait until after the updated iPod touch was released before purchasing. I'm wondering if, since I purchased it so recently and have not opened the box, I will be able to exchange my iPod for the new thing when it's released and if so, what is the best way to go about doing so?

Thanks a lot



aristobrat
Aug 31, 2010, 10:00 AM
The rebate is specific to the current generation iPod model numbers.

They typically will not mail you the rebate check before the 14-day return window has expired, and if you try to return/exchange your unopened iPod during the 14-day window, Apple will not include the $199 iPod rebate when they mail you the rebate check (assuming they're still sending you a check for the free printer part).

The "Back to School" free iPod promotion always expires before the new iPods come out.

skiltrip
Aug 31, 2010, 10:28 AM
Best bet is just to buy the new one you want. Then sell your new/sealed rebate one to make up some of the money.

SlovakApple
Aug 31, 2010, 12:17 PM
If you want the new generation, the advice given by skiltrip is the only option.