Student Discount and Leopard Voucher Questions

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by freshstart, Aug 16, 2007.

  1. freshstart macrumors newbie

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    Florida
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    Hi,

    I know from reading prior posts that even taking a class at a community college will count as being a student for discount purposes. I am planning to take one but found out that I have the option to take it as credit or non-credit (akin to a lifelong learning class). Does it have to have credit attached to count for the discount? I don't need the credits and it is a hassle to go through the application process unless I need to.

    Also, I am planning to purchase a MBP in the next few weeks (with that student discount). I know that some people have been able to get some sort of voucher for a free Leopard when it comes out. My question is whether that voucher is available only in brick and mortar, or if there is a way to get it online. If brick and mortar only, would I be able to get it if I went there and they ordered it online for me? I want a 7200 HD which is not available in my store.

    Thank you for your insight!
     
  2. techlover828 macrumors 68020

    techlover828

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    Jun 28, 2007
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    you won't get the voucher online, and you won't get it in the store either.
     
  3. Grape macrumors newbie

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    Aug 15, 2007
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    You don't need to be getting credit. All that matters is that you are enrolled.

    As for the Leopard voucher: place your order, then give Apple a call, transfer to customer relations, be irate, and get the voucher.

    Make sure to call for Leopard immediately after making the order so you have the "ok, just cancel my order" card to play if it comes to it.
     

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