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Apple New Zealand offers iPod/PowerBook promo

updated 02:50 am EST, Wed March 3, 2004

Apple NZ iPod/PB promo

MacNN readers note a new from any authorized Apple reseller in New Zealand. The new promotion offers an 20GB iPod for NZ$100 (~ US$66) with purchase of a PowerBook during the month of March: "We are delighted to announce an awesome PowerBook promotion for the month of March. From 1st March to 27th March 2004 when you purchase any qualifying PowerBook, you can pay just $99 + GST more and receive a 20GB iPod. This represents a saving of $560 + GST off the normal RRP. Offer available between 1 March through 27 March 2004 only."




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  1. MacNN.com Reader

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    I once went to

    the glow-worm caves in NZ . . . pretty cool

    I think that Lord of the Rings was filmed there. Good deal on iPods for all the Hobbits. Next, lets get some into the hands (ears) of the elves and dwarves for all of their hard work, too.

  1. MacNN.com Reader

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    RIPE!

    This is just RIPE to sell 10-15 combos!

  1. MacNN.com Reader

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    Also available Australia

    I saw the same promotion being displayed today at the David Jones store here in Adelaide.

  1. MacNN.com Reader

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    Cheaper in Australia?

    Streetwise in Australia (http://www.streetwise.com.au) seem to be doing the PowerBooks with 20GB iPod for less than normal rec retail! Not a bad deal at all... I only wish I was in the market for a new PowerBook!

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