“Laptops : Older laptop models that didn’t sell during Back-to-School sales will be featured at sale prices online stores from Best Buy, Acer, Lenovo, HP and Dell. Expect up to 50 percent discounts with prices as low as $300 for 15” PC laptops and $900 for the ” MacBook Air. You’ll save an additional $100-150 with a student ID at most computer stores, as well. Add that laptop bags and backpacks continue to have sales pre and post Labor Day weekend with some significant savings of 50 percent or better on techies styles at stores like Newegg, Ebay, Adorama and EBags. Getting cash back by shopping through Ebates can add additional savings up to 6 percent.
Went to my local Best Buy store to look at tablets Acworth, Ga. Found one I liked made by Apple IPadAir2. Wanted the one for which had 32 GB plenty for my usage. The pleasant lady helping me informs me they are out of the 32 GB models and checks (2) more Best Buy stores who were also out of this same exact model. However, they did have one which was a 128 GB model though for . So, I politely asked it seems as though since you do not have the one I need and also was unable to order online as well (forgot that part) I would have to wait on the next truck whenever that landed at the store? I then said well it would seem you could offer me the same price on the higher GB model. She could not make this decision but radioed a manager through her microphone headset. Never saw the manager face to face but she tells me the mangerstated he could not lower the price that Apple is one of those manufacturers that will not under any
circumstances lower their pricing platform?