yep, i love john lewis; they're great.deebster said:
asif786 said:yep, i love john lewis; they're great.
they wont match apple's educational price though. still, i bought my first ibook from there and the 2yr warranty really was worth it!
apple sells refurbished macs on their website on wednesdays in the uk (although they hardly ever have much stock)lion said:Hello everyone,
I live in the Uk (Manchester) and i'm wondering if there are any shops or websites that sell ibooks/powerbooks cheaper than the apple website's educational prices.
well, i bought my first ibook around 5 years ago, when i wasn't aware of the edu discount..so as far as i was concerned, the 1 year extra was free (seeing as i didnt knw about the discount).lion said:Why do you think the 2yr warranty was worth it? Did you need to use it?
I think i'll buy an ibook from the apple website (educational prices) without purchacing a care package. The impression i had from previous threads is that you don't really need extra warranty as the computers are very reliable. what do you think?
No.lion said:Is it possible to get educational discount on the, already discounted, refurbished price ?
icarus451 said:I've used GBM in manchester (look on apple site for details).
They match the apple website and give apple education prices if you show an NUS card.
My sister bought direct from apple and took her ibook to GBM for a replacement superdrive - back in 9 days, great service!! No messing with couriers and call centers!
lion said:Great advice,, i didn't know about this store, i'm glad there is a store in manchester that offers educational prices, which means i will not have to wait ages for the delivery from the apple online store.
I'll wait till monday for the wwdc announcements and then will go and check their prices. I'm hoping to see some good discounts on the ibook range.