BestBuy Trade In Errors for older mac pros

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  1. RoastingPig, Aug 14, 2014
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    I dont know if anyone has seen this or not but best buy is giving gift cards for trade ins of old mac pros. An original Mac pro from 2006 can get you a gift card of $735..that must be wrong but people on here on other threads have already traded them in and got there gift cards.

    Check What yours can fetch
     
  2. Dokebi1221 macrumors newbie

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    WOW! If that's true, I'm definitely going to trade in my Mac Pro 1,1!

    Thanks for the info!
     
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    Goodluck!
     
  4. Dokebi1221 macrumors newbie

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    Just traded in my Mac Pro 1,1 for whooping $588! If it was a scratch free, then I could have scored full trade in value of $735, but I had some scratches here and there and tiny stain, I got $588. To be honest I have no clue how he saw that tiny stain...haha Overall I'm super happy. I thought I'd have to recycle my 1,1 but instead BB paid me $588 for 2006 2.66 ghz model. :)

    Love you OP and BB! :D
     
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    Less than 400 for a hex and under 300 for a quad for the NEW Mac Pro. I won't even let anyone touch mine for that much money. Look for a few seconds...maybe.
     
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    Whats the point of sabotaging your own thread rather than letting it be. If you didn't want people to read it then don't post it.
     
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