Deal: MacBook Air Coupon (3% off). Up to $200 Off with Rebate. [Ended]

Discussion in 'MacBook Air' started by arn, Feb 6, 2008.

  1. arn
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    arn

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    Update: 2/8/08 6:35p EST: The 3% instant discount promo has been discontinued. The mail in rebate still applies, so $50-$100 rebates on the MacBook Air.

    1. Visit MacMall
    2. Order a MacBook Air
    3. Send in Mail in Rebates ($50-$100) depending on model.

    Still the best price available for the Air.

    MacMall is offering a MacRumors exclusive discount for the MacBook Air. Valid Feb 5 - Feb 28th only.

    1. Follow this link: MacBook Air: Rebate + 3% Discount
    2. Add a MacBook Air to your cart.
    3. 3% Instant discount should be automatically applied at checkout.

    Example Prices for discount + rebate:

    1.6GHz/80GB MacBook Air: $1794 - $50 Rebate - $53.82 (3%) Instant Discount = $1690.18 ($108.82 off MSRP)
    1.8GHz/64GB SSD MacBook Air: $3089 - $100 Rebate - $92.67 (3%) Instant Discount = $2896.33 ($201.67 off MRSP)


    Disclosure: This is an affiliate offer for us, so sales benefit MacRumors financially.

    arn
     
  2. macrumors regular

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    great deal, but i was wondering about the adc discount. is the macbook air eligible for it? im assuming probably not. better question is, will it eventually?
     
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    Too bad about California buyers though...they charge sales tax.
     
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    netdog

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    Valid in the UK?

    Sorry. Thought it was through Apple.
     
  5. macrumors 65816

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    Yes, it is eligible for the ADC discount. The price of the base model MBA is $1619 with the ADC discount. Note quite as good as the $1599 price for a base model MBP ($400 off), but still not bad if you have a hardware credit.
     
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    The ADC discount is available.
    About $200, the education discount is about $200 also.
     
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    ADC price is $1619; educational discount price is $1699.

    -Zadillo
     
  8. macrumors regular

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    Ok so I am still kind of new to the whole Apple "ADC Membership" stuff. And I was just wondering how it works? Do you have to pay a membership fee? Stuff like that. Thanks!
     
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    My ADC price on my MBA 1.8 SSD with iWork installed was $2,859.00 plus local taxes and any expedited shipping fees. It was delivered around 4:09PM Arizona time today, 6 Feb, as originally planned. ;)
     
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    Price

    Any one have the four prices with this options on all four hardware options?


    1.6 HDD
    1.6 SSD
    18 HDD
    1.8 SSD


    ?
     
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    joegomolski

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    A student membership costs $99 a year. If you buy the MBA using your education discout, be $100 cheaper.
     
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    Student discount is as follow:

    $100 for the 1.6
    $200 for the 1.8
     
  13. macrumors regular

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    Just ordered one.
    No Tax, Rebate and Discount.
    This is really a good deal if you are willing to wait a little.
     
  14. macrumors newbie

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    Does anyone have an idea as to when macmall will have the air in stock?
    I ordered one (1.6/80) on feb 6th (my first apple computer ever btw)
    They said the 8th yesterday but today they told me the 15th of february.

    Just curious what others have been told.

    thanks,
    Peter
     
  15. macrumors regular

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    They told me the 15th.
     
  16. macrumors regular

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    I ordered mine on the 6th and I just called them and they told me it will be shipped by this weekend or monday next week.
     
  17. arn
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    I spoke with MacMall and they said the instant discount is combinable with the rebate.

    arn
     
  18. arn
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    1.6GHz/80GB HDD: $1794 - $50 Rebate - $53.82 (3%) Instant Discount = $1690.18 ($108.82 off MSRP)
    1.6GHz/64GB SSD: $2699 - $0 Rebate - $80.97 (3%) Instant Discount = $2618.03
    1.8GHz/80GB HDD: $2094 - $75 Rebate - $62.82 (3%) Instant Discount = $1956.18
    1.8GHz/64GB SSD MacBook Air: $3089 - $100 Rebate - $92.67 (3%) Instant Discount = $2896.33 ($201.67 off MRSP)
     
  19. macrumors regular

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    Is it true

    I spoke to an couple of Apple sales people at the apple store and they told me that I purchase a Mac from MacMall I would have to send it to them to get it worked on. So basically, if I took a Mac of any kind to the apple store, they would ask me to ship it to MacMall for service.

    Is this true?
     
  20. macrumors regular

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    Absolutely wrong. Apple provides the warranty, not MacMall. There have been nurerous occasions when I bought an Apple item from someone other than Apple, then had them supported by Apple (often at the Apple store).
     
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    http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=422980&highlight=macmall
     
  22. macrumors regular

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    How does one get the education discount on this site? I can't find a link anywhere....

    I am a student, so I could just buy direct from apple for $1699. Is there any real advantage to this macmall deal?
     
  23. arn
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    not really except Apple charges sales tax at time of sale.

    arn
     
  24. macrumors 68020

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    who cares

    Who cares, probably just cheaper to order from amazon, and pay no tax. Can't wait for new MBP to come out though
     
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    Link broken?

    Is the link working for everyone else?
     

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