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#226397 5-Jan-2018 12:56
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https://www.apple.com/nz-hed/shop

I'm guessing there's a few of you out there with children heading to Uni this year. No doubt they'll probably be wanting a MacBook Air or Pro. Personally, I'd sell the Beats to get a nice discount on the Mac.

Here's an example. MacBook Air 13" is $1569 with the $80 education discount. Solo3 RRP is $460, but $330 is the cheapest available. You can probably get $250 if you sell them. Making the MacBook Air $1319.

You can also get an iPad Pro for $1069, but you only get BeatsX (worth $187) free.

I've posted this as a deal on Choice Cheapies, there's more info over there.


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  #1929919 5-Jan-2018 15:34
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If your children are wanting Macbooks, or any other Apple products, hang your head in shame because you clearly haven't raised them right :-P

 

 





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  #1929927 5-Jan-2018 15:57
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Lias:

 

If your children are wanting Macbooks, or any other Apple products, hang your head in shame because you clearly haven't raised them right :-P

 

 

Yeah, who wants computers that lasts years and years.

 

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  #1929928 5-Jan-2018 16:02
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Lias:

 

If your children are wanting Macbooks, or any other Apple products, hang your head in shame because you clearly haven't raised them right :-P

 

 

Sometimes its not a case of want, but need for their school.





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  #1929968 5-Jan-2018 16:54
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Clickbaited, thought it was McDonald's.





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  #1929969 5-Jan-2018 16:59
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Sounds racist to me :p

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  #1930975 5-Jan-2018 18:13
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That's a lot of profit margin in those products at normal prices!

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