Apple offers additional $100 student discount on qualifying Macs until June 25th

In addition to the regular educattion discount, Apple is offering students $100 back by mail when they buy and take possession of a qualifying Mac (excludes 12-inch iBook with CD-ROM drive, eMac, Mac mini, and Apple education promotional bundles) between May 2nd and June 25th.

More info and rebate coupon here.

Related MacDailyNews articles:
Apple offers special sale prices on select eMac, iMac G5, Power Mac G5 Dual models – May 13, 2005


  1. Wow thats nice deal, you could get the 20″ iMac for $1599

    20-inch widescreen LCD
    2GHz PowerPC G5
    667MHz frontside bus
    512K L2 cache
    512MB DDR400 SDRAM
    250GB Serial ATA hard drive
    Slot-load 8x SuperDrive (double-layer)
    ATI Radeon 9600
    128MB DDR video memory
    56k internal modem

  2. What if I ordered it on April 30th from the online store, it was shipped on May 2nd, but received it on May 4th? This order AND take possession business is a little unclear. Anyway, I love my new powerbook 15″ either way and this would only be icing on the cake!

  3. Peeved….. I feel your pain, my wife and I each upgraded to Powerbooks a week and 3 days before respectively. I called Apple and they said it’s a no go… worth a try though.

  4. Guys, the “real” Triumph no longer posts here. Too many unfunny imitations by juvenile 14 year olds. He left for greener pastures, e.g. and the like.

    I look forward to him perhaps occasionally contributing here under rotating nom’s de plume.

  5. Freaking awesome. I just picked up a non-refurbished 1.8 GHz superdrive iMac from the special deals page for $999; as I understand the terms of the rebate that counts, so the price is effectively $899. This is an incredible deal.

    Silver lining to the eight-week wait for my rebate check: I used a credit card with rewards points, so I get points for money I didn’t actually spend! Happy birthday to me.

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