It isn’t specific to Macs, but online retailer
is offering its customers a deal if they buy a new desktop or laptop computer (including Macs). The company will give you a promotional certificate if you buy a new system, up to $200.
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Through March 1, 2003, Amazon.com is offering customers a $200 promotional certificate — sent by e-mail — good on a future purchase at Amazon.com. The certificate is issued to buyers of systems that cost more than $2,000, so if there’s a 1.42GHz dual-processor Power Mac G4 or a 17-inch PowerBook on your shopping list, this could be an incentive.
If you’re more interested in an eMac, iMac, 12-inch PowerBook or iBook however, you can still benefit — buyers of systems that cost between $1,000 and $1,999 will get a $100 certificate.
The promotional certificates are sent within four to six weeks after your purchase, and there’s no need to fill out a rebate form or any paperwork — it all happens automatically. Some restrictions apply, so make sure to check out the details before you make your purchase.