Hi everyone, I'm interested in getting a 2012/2013 MacBook Pro Retina. I've been paying attention to Best Buy's clearance stocks. There's a store that's about 20 miles away from home that is offering the 15" 2012 rMBP for $1,529 and one that's about 4 miles away from home and is offering the same exact model for $1,623. Both are listed as in "Excellent condition, Open-Box" and both have had the listing there for almost a month now. Apple has had the refurbished listing for $1,599 for the same model. How likely is it that I can get the store closest to home to bring their price down to $1,529 (matching the lowest price in my area), then have them apply the student discount that's currently available since Black Friday is over? Also, can I get Reward Zone points for open-box items? They also have the non-Retina 15" (new, clearance) for $1,399, but that's a tad high for a laptop without 8 GB of RAM and a non-SSD hard drive. Is it possible to drive a much harder bargain on this laptop compared to the open-box 15" Retinas, since the non-Retina is discontinued/outdated with only 4 GB of RAM and a spinning/non-SSD hard drive? Thanks!