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Quick Tips: Get your $100 iPhone creditEarly iPhone buyer? Find out if you're eligible for a $100 Apple credit, and watch how easy it is to collect.
[ Music ] ^M00:00:04 >> Hey there, I'm Rich DeMuro with CNET TV and if you're anything like me, you went out and got the iPhone on the very first day or in the early weeks of its release. And back then it was 599 dollars. Then of course, they've lowered the price to 399, leaving you with a 200 gap. So what to do? Well thankfully, Steve Jobs is offering a 100 dollar credit to anyone who bought the iPhone between June 29th and August 21st. And that includes my guy. So we're going to go on the website and show you just how easy it is to collect your credit. [ Music ] The first thing you want to do is go to the Apple website. So go to Apple dot com slash iPhone slash store credit. And if that's too much for you, just go to the Apple home page and in the lower left hand corner, you can click here for a credit. There are three steps to getting your iPhone credit. First thing you need to do is identify your phone. You're going to do this by entering in your phone number for your iPhone and then the serial number. And this is probably the toughest part of the process. Because your serial number is really tiny on the back of your phone. Once you enter that information in, Apple is going to send you a text message to your iPhone with the access code to collect your 100 dollar credit. [ Music ] There it is. Now I'm going to enter it in the website. [ Music ] Finally up pops a screen with your 100 dollar store credit and they've even made a really simple button so printing it out is easy. Let me go grab it off the printer. [ Music ] Yeah. [ Music ] Alright, look at that. 100 dollar credit. You can use this in store or you can use it online. The good news, it doesn't expire. Bad news is you only have until November 30th to take advantage of this. Now I already did the math for you. So you paid a 1 dollar 82 per day for the 54 days you had your iPhone before the price dropped. Not that bad. I'm Rich DeMuro with CNET TV. Enjoy your credit. I'm going to go find something to spend this on. See you later. ^M00:01:54 [ Music ]