Went to Best Buy last night to get a 13" MacBook Air base model. Asked about matching $100 iTunes gift card with $100 Best Buy gift card. Employee said no, but he could let me provide my email for a series of coupons geared towards college students. Said ok, gave email, got coupons (four or five different ones IIRC, and you must use a .edu email address to receive coupons). One was $100 off any iMac, MacBook Pro or MacBook Air. I assumed that the $100 coupon would supersede the current sale of $60 off the base MacBook Air. However, when he checked me out, both coupons/ sales applied to the purchase. The base MacBook Air 13" rang up at $1,039.99 and my final total after tax was $1,112.79. Rather surprised that Best Buy did this. Usually they're pretty strict about not combining coupons/ sales/ etc... Personally, I'd have rather had the extra $100 off than the $100 Best Buy gift card as it lowered my taxable amount and I didn't have to buy $100 worth of Best Buy stuff.