Dec 30 2009

Apple Lowers Price of MacBook to $899

I love Apple education discounts. I am a student, so I still qualify at this point in my life, and it is very satisfying to get Apple products at a slightly lower price.

Apple has lowered the education price of its MacBook to $899. It is $999 for non-education buyers and is usually $949 with an education discount. The price initially shows as still being $949 until you click through to the purchase page. According to some sources, some customers are even seeing prices as low as $728. When I go to the MacBook purchase page, I see the $899 price. Apple’s discount may only be a mere $100, but it’s a pretty decent deal for a very good computer.

Other Apple products appear to have the same education discount pricing as before.

Via PC World.


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