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Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by The Macster, Aug 6, 2007.
Are they for discounts? Are they for proof? What are they for?
I'm pretty sure they're for discounts on the software. I think when I had my old imac with the ilife coupon I could purchase the software for $19.99. I'm not sure what the cost would be now though, I just noticed I didn't get any with the new imac I got Friday. Any idea why?
Hmmm interesting... Maybe because you're already an apple costumer.
I was a first timer at the apple online store last year and they gave me four coupons (2 iLife to Mac OS X) or I think it was 4 each... I don't know!!
Thanks for the advice!!
I didn't get any coupons with my brand new iMac C2D
I thought they stopped including those coupons.
I thought those were just proofs of purchase...?
They were proof of purchases from back in the day. They never really utilized them from what I remember.
Yep, they're simply proof's of purchase. Wish Apple would change the text on those 'coupons' so they wouldn't be so confusing - seems to be a common question that comes up every so often around the forums.