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Tekserve is a fabulous store in New York City. In fact, it is the ultimate techie store. (FYI- Won’t Run is a techie)
In 1987, Tekserve opened their doors on 23rd Street and almost instantly became a leading service provider for a little up-and-coming brand called Apple. Since then, they’ve evolved into an essential spot for tech support, tech repairs and, well, cool stuff from cool brands.
Right now, through UrbanDaddy, you can purchase TekServe Gift cards for up to 35% off. For example, you can buy a $100 TekServe Gift card for $65, or a $200 TekServe Gift card for $130 – a savings of 35%.
TekServe sells all kinds of neat brands, including products by Apple. I don’t see any brand exclusions on this offer – so, it would seem that you can use these gift certificates, bought at a 35% discount, to purchase products by many brands, including Apple. Now that is pretty rare.
Here is the link for UrbanDaddy – it is a referral link – for which you’ll receive an additional $10 credit, if you choose to use it.
After you sign up with the referral link and receive the $10 credit (if you so choose), then go to this link to buy the TekServe Gift Cards. Please see that link for full terms and conditions.
Promo Code MY20 for additional 20% off works for some.
Some have said that purchases of Apple products can only be made in store.
Urban Daddy imposed tax on NYers – though I believe it is illegal to impose tax on a GC purchase.
Can only purchase one gift card of each denomination. May be able to put one of each of the four gift cards in cart.
Analysis: for the above reasons, this may not be a deal to scale in large numbers. For me, as a New Yorker, it’s a great deal to buy $200 worth of Tekserve goods or services for $110 (the MY20 code worked for me). Maybe I will buy that Apple Watch after all….
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