Now that Apple has begun offering Mac OS X Leopard in their Apple Store for pre-order, Amazon.com had to do something to keep sells up on the long awaited Mac OS X update. Amazon.com now offers Leopard for $20 (16% savings) less than Apple.
You can buy the single license Leopard for $109 on Amazon.com with free shipping of course.
The Apple Mac OS X 5-User family pack is also available at the lower price of $189 (5% savings).
Amazon also sells the Mac OS X Leopard Server licenses. The 10-Client License sells for $479.99 and the Leopard Server with unlimited Client License sells for $949.99.
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