iWork Rebate Question (purchased with MacBook Pro)

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  1. jay1118 macrumors member

    jay1118

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    I bought my MccBook Pro pre-installed with I-work '09 last month.

    In order to get the rebate, it says i need the iwork UPC. But i bought iWork pre-installed and didnt get the box for iWork..... and the rebate form says to check the iWork box.

    Am i missing something? Does anyone who has gotten the iWork rebate know where to find the iWork UPC?

    Thanks Guys.
     
  2. NewMacbookPlz macrumors 68040

    NewMacbookPlz

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    There should be an entry on your receipt for it, no? Call up AppleCare and make sure that will suffice.
     
  3. jay1118 thread starter macrumors member

    jay1118

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    Yeah i need the reciept but the rebate form also says i need the iWork UPC.

    i will call applecare to see wat they say but if anyone knows anything let me know.
     
  4. HLdan macrumors 603

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    You're not suppose to get an additional rebate. When you buy your Mac with iWork you already got the discount included with the purchase. Take a look at your receipt and see how much iWork 09 is and compare it to the retail price on Apple's online store.
     
  5. jay1118 thread starter macrumors member

    jay1118

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    I thought it was a mail in rebate.

    They charge you 40 dollars and the mail in rebate is supposed to get you 30 dollars back.

    Or am i wrong?
     
  6. HLdan macrumors 603

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    No, that's wrong. That would make iWork only $10. iWork is $79 U.S. When you buy a Mac Apple charges you $41 on your credit card. It's half off already when you buy a new Mac, that's the special deal that you already got. People that bought iWork for full retail get $30 mail in rebate.
     

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