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Question Financing An Apple - June 16th 2010, 02:43 AM

I've always been an apple lover. Over a year ago I bought a Sony Vaio and It was great for a PC.. But I've had so many problems with it I just want to go back to apple since I've never had problems with them.

I've been really good with my first credit card so I know that I can make payments for a laptop. I've looked at Best Buy and Apple to see how to finance a Macbook and Best Buy looks better. Does anyone have an recommendations?

Mine would total 1,200$


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Re: Financing An Apple - June 17th 2010, 01:27 AM

How did you get $1,200 even?! That's unheard of.
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Re: Financing An Apple - June 17th 2010, 01:51 AM

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How did you get $1,200 even?! That's unheard of.
.... I started with a macbook.. And upgraded to 4GB and 320 harddrive... That's how?


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Re: Financing An Apple - June 17th 2010, 02:14 AM

First off, I'd buy the base Macbook, you can upgrade it all yourself, probably better spec for cheaper too, I bought the base one, am fitting a 500gb hd tomorrow, and ram, well I personally don't need anymore, but if you wanted some, crucials the place to go http://www.crucial.com/

With regards to finance, I'm no expert, but I'd say get something which you'll end up paying least on, aka the total end payment for it. But for that you have to look at interest rates and APR? I honestly am no expert .

But I would say pay it back as quick as you can too, companies like it when you borrow, the longer you borrow for the more money they take, so borrow for as short a time as possible.

If you've had an apple before, and you bought it from an apple store, I think you'll agree buying from an apple store is part of the experience, right?



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