10% movers discount

BigWorm8176

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Original poster
Jun 26, 2014
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Hello peeps!

Just wondering how did you get to use the 10% movers discount on Apple products? Best Buy exclusion says:

Products in the following categories are excluded from this offer:
....Apple branded accessories for iPhone, iPad, audio and computing.

Thnx:D
 

GGJstudios

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May 16, 2008
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Hello peeps!

Just wondering how did you get to use the 10% movers discount on Apple products? Best Buy exclusion says:

Products in the following categories are excluded from this offer:
....Apple branded accessories for iPhone, iPad, audio and computing.
If the products you want are excluded from the discount, you can't get the discount on those products. What's so difficult to understand about that?
 

GGJstudios

macrumors Westmere
May 16, 2008
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Because others were not able to use that 10% discount. So im asking
If others weren't able to use the discount on excluded items, what makes you think you could? If you really want an answer, call Best Buy. It's their discount, after all.
 

Weaselboy

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Hello peeps!

Just wondering how did you get to use the 10% movers discount on Apple products? Best Buy exclusion says:

Products in the following categories are excluded from this offer:
....Apple branded accessories for iPhone, iPad, audio and computing.

Thnx:D
From the wording there, it looks like they only exclude Apple accessories, and not all Apple products. There are some posts in this thread from people who used the movers discount for MacBooks, so I think as long as you are not trying to use it for an Apple accessory you will be in good shape.

The wording on the BB web site here does not appear to exclude Apple products overall either.
 

hj123456

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Jun 25, 2014
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It states Apple branded "accessories" not Apple computers. It can be used for macbooks.
 

BigWorm8176

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Jun 26, 2014
10
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From the wording there, it looks like they only exclude Apple accessories, and not all Apple products. There are some posts in this thread from people who used the movers discount for MacBooks, so I think as long as you are not trying to use it for an Apple accessory you will be in good shape.

The wording on the BB web site here does not appear to exclude Apple products overall either.
It states Apple branded "accessories" not Apple computers. It can be used for macbooks.
Thanks for the reply. I just got home from BB. Looks like the fine print on the college coupon says " Coupon cannot be combined with other coupons or offers". The sales people told me BB corporate changed the policy. It was BB mistake that it was able to stack. :mad:

Apple refurb got the same model/spec MBPr. BB is just $5 more. So i grabbed it and did not look back. Lol
 

Truefan31

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Aug 25, 2012
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I used it with my edu discount on a 13 inch base MBA. The guy said at first you can't stack coupons. I said can u try it, if it doesn't work I won't buy it. He said he'll try it. It scanned. After tax 714.
 

Mac7

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Jun 14, 2009
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I was able to stack the movers discount with the student discount. Just ask them to try and stack before purchasing.
 

BigWorm8176

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Jun 26, 2014
10
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I was able to stack the movers discount with the student discount. Just ask them to try and stack before purchasing.
WELP! I just got back from BB. They said the system wont let them double dip or stack. O well i think its still a better deal than the refurb MBP.:cool:

i5/8G/256
MBPr New = $1384 total
MBPr Refurb = $1383 total
 
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