Mac mini purchase - Macmall rebate question

Discussion in 'Mac mini' started by kgdg, Mar 31, 2009.

  1. kgdg macrumors newbie

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    Guys,
    I am just about ready to pull the trigger on the base mac mini.
    Just have a question, was thinking of purchasing from Macmall.
    They have a rebate of $20 on the new mac mini and have it for $574 (they are selling for $594 before rebate).
    They also have a rebate that gives Parallels for free ($60+$20 rebate off price of $80 = free - see below).
    I am trying to figure out if the additional $20 rebate on Parallels is the same rebate on the mac mini or are there 2 $20 rebate (1 for mini + 1 for parallels).
    So, effectively, am I going to get Mac mini+Parallels for $574 or $594 after rebates?

    Has anybody purchased from them before that can answer this?
    I asked them, but haven't heard from them.

    Thanks,
    KG

    Promotions:
    Save $20 on select Apple desktop computers via MacMall mail-in rebate offer. Limit one rebate per person per billing address. Rebate form is not in the package, you must download it. CLICK HERE for details & form.
    Offer good through Apr 30 2009 11:59PM PST.
    FREE Parallels Desktop 4.0 when purchased with any Apple computer after mail-in rebates. Combine this $60 MacMall mail-in rebate and the $20 mfr. mail-in rebate for a total of $80 rebate. Limit one rebate per person per billing address.
    Offer good through Apr 30 2009 11:59PM PST.
     
  2. txnoob macrumors 6502

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    I'm pretty sure it's 2 separate rebates. But why don't you call them.....
     
  3. kgdg thread starter macrumors newbie

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    i finally heard back from macmall sales guy, there will be a total of $100 rebate, $80 going towards Parallels making it free and $20 towards mini making the mini $574.
    Yay!

    KG
     
  4. bruceko macrumors newbie

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    Apr 1, 2009
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    Check out the reviews for Mac Mall.
    They all seem to be bad.
    From experience don't expect to get the rebates without a lot of phone calls to them.
     

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