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Old Feb 19, 2013, 09:14 PM   #1
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Other sites to purchase new iMac other than apple store

i know that other than the apple store,amazon and ebay. B&H photo sells them too (tax free)
any other sites im missing? i'd like to save on tax
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Old Feb 19, 2013, 09:16 PM   #2
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Maybe this can help a bit.
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Old Feb 19, 2013, 09:20 PM   #3
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Maybe this can help a bit.
seems like i cant find an iMac 27 i7 with 1TB (fusion) for less than 2400 (
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If you are outside of California, try "portableone.com"
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Huh?

Apple sets prices across the board. You may save on tax or maybe a gift certificate from the store you're buying from, but unless you're looking for something used, the prices will be the same.

I don't understand why people refuse to accept this, as it's always been this way.
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Maybe this can help a bit.
Ah, understatement. Very helpful indeed.
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Apple sets prices across the board. You may save on tax or maybe a gift certificate from the store you're buying from, but unless you're looking for something used, the prices will be the same.

I don't understand why people refuse to accept this, as it's always been this way.
You are mistaken. If you look at the link in the above post you will see many vendors sell Mac hardware for less the MSRP. A couple weeks ago Best Buy had a promo where they were selling the MBA for $200 off MSRP.
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