How to Get Student Discount in Apple Store
Student Discount in Apple Store still have on Apple store, the discounts are only currently available for Mac computers (iMac, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro and Mac mini) and iPads, and there are no special discounts for other Apple products. It turns out you can take advantage of without even being a Student Discount, just as long as you order online.
I’m not sure how many people already know this, but I was surprised to find out that when you buy a discounted Mac from the online Apple Store, they don’t ask for any proof of enrollment or employment at a university, allowing you to save some serious cash without any extra effort.
Who’s it for and How to?
This is generally a discount for students and teachers, but when you look at the criteria for who’s actually eligible, they really couldn’t be much more wide open.
1. It’s for anyone who’s studying or has been accepted into a “post-secondary education establishment” (basically, university or college), as long as they can prove it with a student ID card or other documentation that links them to the place.
2. If you’re the parent of a student who’s studying or has been accepted somewhere, as long as you can prove it with their student ID card or documentation you can get Apple Student Discount.
3. Any teacher, lecturer, or other staff members “working at an education establishment”. We’re even aware of people working in a school’s office or another non-teaching role, who’ve been given the discount when they’ve asked for it. Again, you’ll need to prove your employment status with an ID card or recent pay slip.
4. Anyone else provided you know someone who’s studying or working at a school, uni or college, can, in theory, get the discount as long as that person’s willing to buy the goods for you. As far as we can see, this isn’t a breach of the terms and conditions. Of course, you’ll have to decide whether this is morally okay – as it’s a scheme designed specifically for people in education.
How to Get Student Discount in Apple Store?
Now, All you have to do is go to Apple’s Education Pricing web page and click on “Learn More” below the type of Mac that you want to buy. From there, you’ll instantly get up to $200 off, depending on what Mac you get.
Now, going into a physical Apple Store and buying it from there will require you to show student ID, but if you order online and do in-store pickup, you don’t need to show ID at all, from my experience.
Take a closer look at the prices in the Apple Education Store here.
These prices all include VAT at 20 per cent, so that is the final price you pay.
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