Can I get the new iPod with a Macbook purchase?


deepy

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Jun 28, 2006
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So far, it doesnt look like it - not on the UK education store anyway. Shame really.
 

fener

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Nov 7, 2003
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no you can't. its gotta be the old nano/ipod. even they had new macbooks today, you couldn't get that either :D
 

vega07

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Aug 7, 2006
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definitely no. and plus, if you want to sell your free nano to purchase a new one, your old nano won't sell for a lot now that the new ones are out.
 

deepy

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Jun 28, 2006
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although saying this - when you click to buy a macbook etc in the edu store it takes you to askin if u wanna purchase an ipod - and there are only the old ones visible.

BUT - on the rebate form it says you can have the "4GB iPod Nano"....so technically...... lol
 

Chrispy

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Indiana
Yeah, I just looked at the rebate form... only the old part numbers apply. I guess this is a good way for Apple to get rid of the old models haha.
 

deepy

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Jun 28, 2006
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in the UK, with edu discount, the old iPod Nano 2gb is £99.01....is the rebate for that still £100?

so now its completely free right?
 

orangezorki

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Aug 30, 2006
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I'm pretty certain that they'll be updating the FAQ in the next day or so - because at the moment, the don't actually sell ANY of the listed iPods, and they still have an ad for the deal on the UK store homepage.

David
 

orangezorki

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Aug 30, 2006
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Having said all that, I've had a good look at both the FAQ and T&C on the rebate form, and there are no SKUs mentioned - Apple would have a hard time refusing a rebate on a 4Gb iPod nano because you bought a 4Gb iPod nano instead...

David