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Deals: MacMall iMacs, Apple refurb sale

updated 11:20 pm EDT, Mon April 28, 2008

Deals on iMacs, refurbs

In light of Apple's updates to the iMac line, MacMall is running a few specials on current and late model iMacs, both the 20- and 24-inch versions. MacMall is also bundling Parallels Desktop 3.0 with the purchase of any iMac, as well as a free Epson printer, and from $50 to $100 off the machine, after mail-in rebates. The online retailer is offering discounts on the newly released iMacs, from $1150 on the entry-model, to $2100 for the high-end 3.06GHz version - $50 to $100 off Apple's suggested retail price. The 24-inch iMac comes with a 2.4GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor, 1GB of memory, a 320GB hard drive, Superdrive and an ATI Radeon 2600 Pro. MacMall is selling the 24-inch iMac for $1500 after rebates and aforementioned specials.

MacMall is also selling the 20-inch version with similar promotions, except with the CPU discount being $50. The unit is powered by an Intel Core 2 Duo at 2.0GHz, with 1GB of memory, a 250GB hard drive, Superdrive, and a Radeon 2400XT. Price after rebates sits at $1050.

The update to the iMac line also dropped pricing slightly for Apple's refurbished machines, with the plastic iMac Core 2 Duo-based 20- and 24-inch models each receiving a discount. The 20-inch models - featuring a 2.16GHz processor, a 250GB hard drive, 1GB of memory and an ATI Radeon X1600 - are available for $950, while the 24-inch version with an Nvidia 7300GT graphics card sells for $1200.

by MacNN Staff



  1. Guest

    Joined: Dec 1969


    MacMall's bogus rebate

    No one should depend upon MacMall honoring their rebates. They don't. My last purchase from them included four separate rebate offers, all of which I submitted exactly as required. Two were denied. No one answers their "rebate hotline" - I know because I was on hold for over an hour. Many forums report similar experiences.I will never shop MacMall again, no matter how good their prices.

  1. bjojade

    Joined: Dec 1969



    The MacMall rebate scam is exactly that. They promise rebates then deny them by default. You need to spend hours of your valuable time just to get what is owed to you. NEVER will I do business with them!

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