MBP ADC Discount

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macrumors 6502a
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Does anyone know exactly how much a 17'' MBP would cost with the student ADC discount?

Also, if I buy a MBP though ADC, am I still eligible for the free ipod nano?
 

nsknike

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Sorry, can't check the Apple Store price as of right now, but no you can't get the free Nano when using the ADC student program. I just bought a Mac Pro using the ADC program and was not able to get the free Nano.
 

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You can see the ADC store here. EDU ADC members buy from the same store as Select and Premier members...see details here.

Stock 17" MBP is $2239. Also remember that you can only use the discount once in your lifetime, so make it worth it.
 

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WildCowboy said:
You can see the ADC store here. EDU ADC members buy from the same store as Select and Premier members...see details here.

Stock 17" MBP is $2239. Also remember that you can only use the discount once in your lifetime, so make it worth it.
Thanks for the help :) I can't see the ADC store for some reason, but all I needed to know was the stock 17'' MBP price. Does the $2239 include the $99 membership fee? If it doesn't, then I only save like... $60 with the ADC, even with a high-end hardware purchase. :confused: What's the best way to get the best mileage out of the ADC discount?
 

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ZoomZoomZoom said:
Thanks for the help :) I can't see the ADC store for some reason, but all I needed to know was the stock 17'' MBP price. Does the $2239 include the $99 membership fee? If it doesn't, then I only save like... $60 with the ADC, even with a high-end hardware purchase. :confused: What's the best way to get the best mileage out of the ADC discount?
Try this link...there's a link on that page to the ADC store. It must be a dynamic link that times out after a while.

The $2239 does not include the annual membership fee. Regular EDU price is $2599, so you do still save quite a bit. The best way to get the best mileage out of ADC is to be a developer (that's why they have it...you'll be able to take advantage of the developer resources) and by a top-of-the-line machine with lots of upgrades.
 

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nsknike said:
Sorry, can't check the Apple Store price as of right now, but no you can't get the free Nano when using the ADC student program. I just bought a Mac Pro using the ADC program and was not able to get the free Nano.
Are you eligible for the free printer? I see the little ad for it while in the ADC store.