Apple's 2009 Back-To-School promotion expected to gain more interest following MacBook line refresh

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By: switchtoamac at: 2:45 PM on June 8, 2009 | Comments (0)

Following today's announcements WWDC announcements that included the re-branding of the 13-inch MacBook as a MacBook Pro, the release of new 15-inch and 17-inch MacBook Pro models and a MacBook Air update, it's expected that the 2009 Back To School promotion will be subjected to increased interest from education buyers due to lower prices across the Mac portable lineup.  Education buyers can get a free iPod touch when purchased along side a new qualifying Mac.

Interest in promotion expected to increase
Apple's annual Back To School promotion offers education buyers  a free iPod when purchased alongside an eligible new Mac.  On May 27, 2009, Apple released updated white polycarbonate MacBook models that implemented many of the features of the then unibody MacBook.  Today's MacBook, MacBook Pro, and MacBook Air announcements in conjunction with the white MacBook update should encourage education buyers to give more consideration to Macs.  This year's promotion offers qualified education buyers a rebate large enough to provide a free iPod touch.  The promotion ends on September 8.

Steps to get your iPod

  1. Shop for a Mac.
  2. Buy a qualifying iPod.
  3. Submit your rebate.
After you receive your Mac and iPod, complete your rebate form online by October 8, 2009.  More info at the Apple Store here.

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