Compusa Employee Pricing on Macs

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  1. skubish macrumors 68030

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    What is the employee pricing on Macs? Since CompUSA has a special sale today and tomorrow on Desktops and Notebooks I was just wondering what the pricing is.

    Thanks.
     
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    I don't know for all Mac's but the Dual 2.7 GHz G5 is around $2,600. I might stop over and buy one but I might wait for the newer model.
     
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    Yes.

     

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  5. IllTakeAnApple macrumors member

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    How convenient, its my day off and I was already planning to go to Compusa. Maybe Ill come home with a a brand new laptop!
     
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  7. skubish thread starter macrumors 68030

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    Well I am headed there now so I will post the sale prices when I get back.
     
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  9. skubish thread starter macrumors 68030

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    Ok back from CompUSA this is what I found.

    The 12" iBook w/ Combo is $929 (that is below EDU discount).
    However the 14" iBook w/Combo was $1249.
     
  10. londy macrumors member

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    is the employee disc price good on customized ibooks too (e.g. bluetooth, increased ram or larger hard drive)?
     
  11. skubish thread starter macrumors 68030

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    I don't know. Does CompUSA offer those options? I didn't see
    any mention of it at the store.
     
  12. IllTakeAnApple macrumors member

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    oh and the standard 12" powerbook is $1394 that would be like 5 bucks cheaper than the student disc. & they told me a one of the higher end G5's is like $250 off!
     
  13. bigben334 macrumors regular

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    mac mini???

    how about the employee discount on the mac mini???? how low does it go? basically wat im sayin is how cheap can i get a mac with this employee discount at compusa? thanks
     
  14. lfielder06 Guest

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    I went today and looked at the 15" SD 1.67ghz for $2045 which is about $50 cheaper than EDU discount. The 12" powerbooks were only like $50 off regular pricing. Not sure why the 15" SD was so much cheaper.
     
  15. skubish thread starter macrumors 68030

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    I think it was $20 off the Mac Mini so $479 and $579 depending on which model.
     

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