We created the new web page especially for those customers who want an Apple coupon...
Houston, TX (PRWEB) March 08, 2012
A few days ago, CouponBuzz.com announced the launch of a new web page that would feature every current Apple coupon. Apple products are among the most sought after electronics on the cyber-shelves. The success of the new web page dedicated to special offers from the Apple store reflects how attractive instant rebates, free shipping offers, and price reductions on these premium products are to online consumers.
Incorporated in 1977, Apple Computer, Inc. competed for the next several decades with the other computing giants of the industry, IBM, Dell and Microsoft. They introduced the Macintosh computer of 1984 Super Bowl commercial fame, the Powerbook computer, Pagemaker and Final Cut software, the iMac and the revolutionary iPod. In 2006, Apple transitioned to using an Intel core in the Macbook, Mac Pro and Macbook Pro. In 2007 Apple Computer, Inc., changed its name to Apple, Inc., reflecting its shift from computers as a primary focus to their new position as a premier mobile electronics provider. At the same conference where CEO Steve Jobs announced the corporate name change, Apple, Inc., unveiled the wildly successful iPhone and Apple TV.
“Often the best way to purchase electronics with a premium guarantee and support package is to go directly to the source. Apple has a great history of ensuring customer satisfaction with all of their products,” said Justin Bowen, a senior director at CouponBuzz.com. “We created the new web page especially for those customers who want an Apple coupon, but prefer to shop at the Apple store rather than use a third party seller.”
CouponBuzz.com’s new web page for the Apple store is kept current by an individual called a "Buzz Guide." The Buzz Guide hand-sorts all of the special offers, coupons and free shipping coupon codes from Apple, choosing the best ones to feature in the section. They also make sure that each Apple coupon posted on the page is accurate and still active. In addition, the Buzz Guide is responsible for assigning each coupon a Buzz Score between 1-100. The higher the score, the better the deal. Customers can visit the new section at http://couponbuzz.com/apple-coupons.html.