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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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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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