Sounds like a really good deal... But I'm sticking with purchasing from Apple from now on... I just love to deal with them directly... or Carbon Computing in KW... I guess Im biased cause they sell ONLY stuff designed for Mac
iPhone 5 - Factory Unlocked -
2011.17-Inch MacBook Pro 2.2Ghz i7.OCZ Vertex 4 512GB SSD
.Antiglare.16GB RAM.LaCie 2Big Thunderbolt 6TB.
17 second bootup time... Ya I'm good with that http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eDkPu8wrVY0
Apple Certified Technical Coordinator 10.6
I've been hitting the Apple Stores lately for all my stuff, but I do have to put in a good word for Best Buy.
I had a minor problem with my new Rev. A iMac (back in the day). The problem happened right around the time they announced the Rev. B models (significant upgrade).
Instead of holding me to their 15 day return policy, and making take another Rev. A machine that they had in stock, they let me keep the model I had until the new models arrived--about a month past their return policy.
What does "preferred customer" mean? Is this sale exclusive to a certain group, or anyone? I checked the in-store times and the sale starts at 6:00pm which is when the stores close on Sundays. So that means they are extending hours for the sale, which could also mean this sale is not open to public.
Depends. If you go for the free shipping you will likely end up with "Sameday right-o-way" or whatever they are called. The seem to be better suited to shipping big boxes for companies than dealing with home consumers. They also seem to sub-contract out the delivery, so you may get different results in different parts of the country. I did not find them very professional when I dealt with them a few months back.
I think if you pay for delivery, they use one of the bigger name carriers. FedEx or Purolator I think. I haven't tried that way.
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