Ah thanks. I didn't realize it had a link to the store. Appreciate it. Looks like I'll save about $250 which is going to cover taxes. Too bad there aren't any bigger discounts on the displays. Oh well.weldon said:If you follow the link I provided, you'll see that the discount applies to one system (desktop or laptop) only, but any accessories that you order at the same time will also be discounted. It has to be on the same purchase.
You can also configure a Mac Pro and compare the price against the student price or the regular price.
Same question. $199 vs $249 for a Mac Pro w/ Display. I can find it on ebay for an additional ~$40 difference. So I think it's possible but want to verify.ChickenSwartz said:For some clairifcation:
If I were to purchase a MBP using ADC student membership, could I later purchase AppleCare to go with it using my student discount. I ask becasue ADC cost: $349. Edu store cost: $239. I don't see why you couldn't do this, obviously you would buy the AppleCare later.
So in the end, after the $99 membership I could save myself $101 on a low-end MBP.