Why you should buy the Extended Service Plan at Best Buy

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Date: Thursday, December 9th, 2004, 10:44
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A PowerPage reader sends in this tip about the Best Buy Extended Service Plan.

I purchased a 30GB iPod at Best Buy in June 2003 – US$499.99 plus US$39.99 service plan + tax = US$584.52. The iPod has been in for service three times and the problems are still not fixed. Time to use my service plan.
Yesterday I purchased a 60GB iPod Photo – US$599.99 plus US$49.99 for the service plan + tax = US$703.60. Deduct the US$100 Best Buy mail-in rebate for iPods over US$500 and the US$584.52 credit for my lemon 30GB iPod.
Net out of pocket after rebate to upgrade my dying iPod 30GB to a brand new iPod Photo 60 GB: US$19.08.


A PowerPage reader sends in this tip about the Best Buy Extended Service Plan.

I purchased a 30GB iPod at Best Buy in June 2003 – US$499.99 plus US$39.99 service plan + tax = US$584.52. The iPod has been in for service three times and the problems are still not fixed. Time to use my service plan.
Yesterday I purchased a 60GB iPod Photo – US$599.99 plus US$49.99 for the service plan + tax = US$703.60. Deduct the US$100 Best Buy mail-in rebate for iPods over US$500 and the US$584.52 credit for my lemon 30GB iPod.
Net out of pocket after rebate to upgrade my dying iPod 30GB to a brand new iPod Photo 60 GB: US$19.08.

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