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Apple offers 30-day Mac mini money-back guarantee

updated 04:00 pm EDT, Tue August 30, 2005

Mac mini guarantee

Apple has started a new promotion that enables customers to for 30 days with no risk. According to the Apple Store, anyone who purchases a Mac mini is eligible for a refund if they are not satisfied. "We're so confident you'll love your new Mac mini, we'll let you test drive it for 30 days with no risk. If you decide you don't want it, we'll take it back." The offer also applies to the purchase of an Apple keyboard and mouse alongside the Mini. The offer is valid until the end of October.




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  1. zioncity

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Not bad

    Try a Mac,... if you are hooked, keep the great machine which for the good price. If you are still desiring Windows... give the Mac Mini back.

    The point here.... it is FREE and NO risk to try a mac,... cept if you accidentally destroy the mini then if you break it, you bought it, but really... I hope this works out really well.... maybe they will extend it like the Employee Discount on cars keeps on getting extended.

  1. Lateralus

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    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    This has been done before

    Anybody remember the Test Drive a Mac promo from the mid 80s?

    Failure...

  1. tonewheel

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    Done before, yes...

    ..but those were VASTLY different times, so expect different, and better results.

  1. Jonathan-Tanya

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    this is new?

    I never had a problem returning a mac if I didn't like it before...I guess the online store is just catching up (ermm, until October) with the service dealers have always offered.

    for example, clipped from CompUSA website:

    At CompUSA, we believe in being fair to our customers. If you are not satisfied with a product you purchased from us and you return the product with the original receipt or invoice within 21 days of purchase or invoice date, you may exchange the product or receive a refund

  1. jhorvatic

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    Trying it out for free is

    Trying it out for free is a great promotion. This will give Windows users the chance they need or want to give OSX a try on a Mac.

  1. Jonathan-Tanya

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    not free you dolts

    somehow this train of thought has turned things into 'trying for free'

    you have to pay for the machine.

    you can return it, if you so decide within 30 days...from the apple store...thus the claim 'no risk'

    no one said it was free. And as I've said before, you could always buy a mac without this risk, depending on which dealer you chose.

  1. theBlend

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    Good idea

    Now do this with the garbage 23" Cinema Display. It is a POS.

  1. Stephen1

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Re:Good IDea

    Now do this with the garbage 23" Cinema Display. It is a POS.

    If you have a spare, feel free to send it to me.

  1. trevc

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    so ....

    ... are they trying to clearout the G4 Mac Mini's???? When are the G5 Mac Mini's coming out ... although probably much like the iMacG5 and heat issues...

  1. Gepard

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    iMacs have no heat issues

    My company has bought over 200 iMacs G5 and no heat issues, what are you talking about? And everybody loves them.

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