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  Reply # 1439428 2-Dec-2015 18:12
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Yes in Aussie just about everyone discounts iPhones. That's why. Not here however.

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  Reply # 1439448 2-Dec-2015 18:20
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Years ago I bought 250 iPad 2's direct from apple and  got a 5% discount. Even then it was a lot of haggling to get that though.




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  Reply # 1439847 3-Dec-2015 12:20
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johnr: You are kidding right? For a tiny discount you would need to be buying in the 1000s if not 10s of thousands

Apple knows just about everyone wants these devices


Was there a need for what comes across as a very arrogant response?  Many posters before you had already mentioned that perhaps purchasing 5 units wasn't really "bulk" but it appears as if you felt the need to put the boot in anyway?

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  Reply # 1439848 3-Dec-2015 12:22
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Do Dick Smith sell iPhones?
I'm sure they'd give you a good deal at the moment! money-mouth




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CYaBro: Do Dick Smith sell iPhones?
I'm sure they'd give you a good deal at the moment! money-mouth


And lose $$$$

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  Reply # 1439856 3-Dec-2015 12:34
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johnr: You are kidding right? For a tiny discount you would need to be buying in the 1000s if not 10s of thousands

Apple knows just about everyone wants these devices


Was there a need for what comes across as a very arrogant response?  Many posters before you had already mentioned that perhaps purchasing 5 units wasn't really "bulk" but it appears as if you felt the need to put the boot in anyway?


Did you really have comment? I don't tell you what post

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Reply # 1439863 3-Dec-2015 12:42
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Paparangi: Try giving the small business division of the Apple Store a bell, assuming this is for business:

 

     

  • Apple Store (Small Business)
    0800-880-411


So how did you get on James?
I called the number above for a small order and the Apple sales rep happily quoted me some little discounts.

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