MacExpo 2002 exhibitors are preparing a selection of special deals for show attendees. The event opens tomorrow (November 21), and runs through till Saturday (November 23). Here is Macworld's collection of special show discount offers.

MicroAnvika will have 40 special offers available for show-goers. These will include discounts on products from Adobe, Apple, Connectix, Extensis, Hauppage, Hermstedt, Iomega, Microsoft, Sony, SmartDisk and Wacom, with more deals being agreed even now.

SoftPress will be offering its easy-to-comprehend Web-authoring application Freeway 3.5.5 at the special show price of just £119.99 (including VAT) – a 40 per cent discount from its £194 usual price. This deal will be available from three resellers also exhibiting at the show – MicroAnvika, MacWarehouse and Computer Warehouse.

Microsoft is offering a healthy £100 off the cost of Office v.X for Mac OS X, or £50 off the cost of an upgrade, but only to copies of its office productivity solution purchased at the event.

RealViz is offering a special show discount to attendees purchasing RealViz Stitcher with RealViz SceneWeaver. Such customers also receive a preview copy of ImageModeler 3.5, followed by the final product when it ships – all for £1,108.

Graphics professionals solutions provider Extensis is offering a 20 per cent discount on all products purchased during the show from its stand (610); while Macally's UK distributor AM Micro is offering around 30 per cent off the cost of Macally products from its stand (500).

Gasteiner will be selling 120GB FireWire hard drives for £199 (including VAT), with 312MB memory modules for G4 Power Macs available at a special show price of just £35.

Minolta-QMS and MacWarehouse will give a free iPod to anyone purchasing one of four laser writers at the show – choose from the PagePro 9100 (£875), A4 Magicolour 2210 (£875), A4 Magicolour 3100 (£1,595) and A3 Magicolour 6110 (£2,599). These prices exclude VAT.

Finally, Mac user groups will be offering discount membership rates to MacExpo attendees.

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