Apple products, in general, are similarly priced wherever you go. If there is any competition to offer a lower price on an Apple product it's generally nominal. Looking to buy a 15" or 17" Macbook Pro. Already priced one on MACMALL which (with rebate) is about $150 less than the Apple Store. Additionally, I save a boatload on sales tax which I will not be charged if I buy it online. Now, I need to go to the Apple Store today to scope out both notebooks to decide which one I want. Certainly, a salesman is going to push me to buy. How likely am I going to be able to negotiate a better price with the salesman when I tell him I am looking to buy it online for $150 less with no sales tax? Is there any possible way, based on any of your past experiences that the Apple Store will match that price?