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Hint: Apple doesn't require Educational Eligibility proof on the rebate form, and some College and University computer stores take a "Don't Ask / Don't Tell" approach to selling education priced Apple hardware.
 

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And if people exploit the system en mass, Apple will catch on and stop offering such great deals.
 

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I've talked to people who take advantage of this AT THE APPLE STORE.

Apparently some sales people are so desperate for sales, they are offering the educational discount to close the sale.
 

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Apple said:
1. Buy a Mac.

Buy a new MacBook, MacBook Pro, iMac, or Mac Pro using your education discount.
2. Add an iPod.

Purchase an iPod or iPod nano with your qualifying Mac and get up to $229 back after mail-in rebate.*
3. Submit your rebate.

After you receive your Mac and iPod, download print, and mail in the rebate form within 30 days.
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Free printer, too.

Get up to a $100 rebate when you buy a Mac and qualifying printer.2
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