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Free MacBook Air Notebook - Expired Listing


MacBook Air is ultrathin, ultraportable, and ultra unlike anything else. Macbook is the new computer put out by apple that is thin and light. With MacBook Air, mobile computing suddenly has a new standard.

MacBook Air is nearly as thin as your index finger. Practically every detail that could be streamlined has been. Yet it still has a 13.3-inch widescreen LED display, full-size keyboard, and large multi-touch trackpad.

Simply participate in special offers and promotions in order to qualify to get this great Apple notebook.


This offer is only valid for residents of:

  • United States




Comments

  • By: audreyallene

    I'm just curious - is there anyone on here who has actually gone through the participation requirements for an offer like this one and actually received the gift promised? It seems like a lot to go through and the one time I tried it, a couple of years ago, it was for a laptop computer or something like that and I got page after page of sponsor offers and never got to anything saying I had qualified for the gift. I stayed with it for nearly 45 minutes before I gave up. I'd like to know if anyone has actually gone all the way and received the gift.

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    • By: psbread

      I have been doing this for 2 yrs and yes if you do it exactly as the "Gift Requirements" state then you will recieve that gift.

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      • By: redace72374

        Exactly how much money did you have to put out to get your "free" merchandise?? I'm just curious. I was thinking about doing some of these offers if it was worth it.

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  • By: xeroblade

    My friend did that and she ended up paying almost what the laptop was worth in "deals" sometimes you can find ones that have you sign up for things you need, but most of time its crap

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  • By: austinnuma

    I have not personally received any of these products, nor have I done the offers. However, I do know people that have done the offers and received the product. The offers, depending on which you do, can end up costing a few hundred dollars. You could do it for less, but the people I know signed up for services they planned on purchasing anyways. I don't like using these sites, because of the fact that you have to do the offers. I do know some sites that let you complete one offer- either cheap, something you pay for, or a free trial- and after that all you do is get people to sign up and do the same. Once you have gotten a certain amount of referrals you can get whichever prize it is that you would like. Some things need more referrals than others but whatever. Here is the site I use- http://www.YourFreeiStuff.com/index.php?ref=6178012

    Thanks for reading!

    Austin

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