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It's very clear MacMall is a sponsor of AppleInsider. So is B&H. They help Apple and we help them. The article clearly states we've teamed up with them. We've also mentioned their sponsorship countless times in the past. So while you're free to express your opinions here, indicating that we're doing something deceitful by reporting great deals once in a while from some of Apple's largest resellers, who are well disclosed affiliates, is not so cool.
Click on a MacBook Pros or MacBook Air price under MacMall column in our price guides (or this article text) and the "Enter Promo Code:" field will appear beneath the blue "Buy Now/Customize" button on the right side: Paste in APPINSDRMWB38717 and then click "Apply":    
Yup, $200 price drop. Original was $1,999.
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Listen guys, We we receive no compensation for running these stories and I only run them when I think they deliver value to readers. There are deals every day but this week I felt their were exceptional deals so I shared them with a potentially interested public. K
Spam, neither I nor AppleInsider received any form of compensation for this article. MacMall is one of the largest Apple resellers and clearly a long-standing sponsor of AppleInsider who offers AppleInsider readers great prices on products on a regular basis. They offer a greater value proposition than Apple on most Macs and they are growing their Mac retail business at a time when others are struggling to compete with Apple. I found it relevant and encouraging and...
Google launched its cloud-based music service, Google Music, focusing on leveraging a large Android user base and social networking to distribute 13 million tracks from over 1000 record labels including EMI, Universal and Sony. Google on Wednesday announced its rumored music service is live, extending the company's Music Beta program to everyone in the US and adding an online store that will tightly integrate with social networking hub Google+ and the Android...
The reader meant to type iDisk and corrected himself in a followup email, but we forgot to make the edit to original quote. It has been fixed. Our apologies.K
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