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How To Buy Mac With Student Discount



** To verify your student or staff status, you will be redirected to the third-party website UNiDAYS and will be subject to their privacy policy(opens in new window). By registering and using their website, the data you provide will be owned, controlled and processed solely by UNiDAYS and not by Apple. If you do not wish to provide your data to UNiDAYS, please use the alternative options above to verify your status.




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2. Limited-time offer; offer may end at any time. Free Apple TV+ access for students ends when you no longer qualify or do not renew your Apple Music Student subscription. Offer is valid for verified students only and does not extend to a Family Sharing group.


In the U.S. claiming your Apple student discount is easy, and is almost no different to actually purchasing from the Apple Store itself. Simply head over to the Apple Education Store website (opens in new tab) and pick the listed Apple product you want to buy.


Apple U.K. isn't quite as trusting as its American counterpart, so you'd better be willing to jump through some hoops before you can save money on any Apple products. Hoops that will verify your eligibility for discounted tech.


The main method of verifying your eligibility is through student discount portal UNiDAYS. UNiDAYS is open to students or staff, and asks you to verify your account with the university you attend. This process can be started via a link at the top of Apple for Education website (opens in new tab), or directly via this link (opens in new tab).


Apple has a number of different offers and deals as part of its educational pricing system. MacBooks and iPads are the most prominent ones, but there are also plenty of other products that Apple has reduced specially for college students.


Anyone who buys a Mac, Pad Pro or iPad Air will also receive a free pair of AirPods and three free months of Apple Arcade. If regular AirPods aren't your thing you can also choose to get AirPods Pro for $90 (down from $249) or AirPods with a wireless charging case for $40 (down from $199).


2. Limited-time offer; offer may end at any time. Free Apple TV+ access for students ends when you no longer qualify or do not renew your Apple Music Student subscription. Offer good for verified college students only and does not extend to a Family Sharing group.


To access and use all the features of Apple Card, you must add Apple Card to Wallet on an iPhone or iPad with the latest version of iOS or iPadOS. Update to the latest version by going to Settings > General > Software Update. Tap Download and Install.


Education discounts are not available on the iPhone, Apple TV, Apple Watch, HomePods, accessories, or software. AirPods are not available, either, but you can often find deals on Amazon and other retailers.


You can save on a new Mac or iPad by shopping at the U.S. Education Store, the U.K. Apple Education Store, the Canadian Education Store, or the Australian Education Store, but you will need to qualify as a student or work in an education institution in order to take advantage of the lower prices.


If you have any problems, we recommend you get your student status verified with UNiDAYS or log on from your university network. Make sure you have quick access to some form of official identification that proves you qualify for the education discount. Your student ID is a good choice.


In January 2022, Apple changed the U.S. Education Discount Store to require validation from UNiDAYS before students can get a discount, but it then removed the requirement. Apple could re-implement this validation step that students in other countries have to go through. If it does it may still be possible for non-students in the U.S. to avoid the validation step, as per this Reddit post.


If you have been tasked with buying new Macs or iPads for a school, college or university then Apple has a different store for you. This store is designed for those who are buying a Mac for an educational institution (for students to work on rather than for individual students to own).


Even better, it's not just students that can take advantage of this scheme. If you're a parent of a student or teaching staff, you're also eligible to grab some savings. We have a detailed section below listing exactly who qualifies, so make sure to keep reading to find out who the Apple student discount applies to.


Save on MacBooks (opens in new tab)Being a student means you can take advantage of all sorts of Macbook deals, including on the latest models like the M1-equipped MacBook Pro. One deal with particularly like is on the MacBook Air, which could be yours for as little as $899.


Save on iPads (opens in new tab)There are some great savings to be had across the range of iPads, making them the ideal solution for taking notes in lectures. You can pick up a basic iPad from $309, while the iPad Pro is available from $749, and expect discounts on the iPad Air, too, starting at $549.


Save on an iMac, iMac Pro, Mac Pro or Mac mini (opens in new tab)Prefer a full-size computer to a MacBook? That's cool; there are Apple student discounts available across the Mac range, from the dinky little Mac Mini (from $649) through to the iMac (from $1,249) up to the mighty Mac Pro (from $5,599). There's even a discount available on the new Mac Studio starting at $1799.


Get half-price Apple Music and free Apple TV+ (opens in new tab)As a student you can get Apple Music for half-price, paying just $4.99 a month rather than the usual $9.99 for up to 48 months. Not only will you have access to over 75 million songs, you'll also get Apple TV + for free for a limited time, where you can binge award-winning shows like Ted Lasso and The Morning Show.


Apple student discount: Get Pro Apps Bundle for $199.99 (opens in new tab)Need to get to grips with industry-standard creative apps? With your Apple student discount, you can get five of Apple's top apps for $199.99. The Pro Apps Bundle includes Final Cut Pro, Logic Pro, Motion, Compressor and MainStage - perfect for any creative.


Save 10% on a range of MacBooks (opens in new tab)You can save 10% on a brand new MacBook as a student in the UK. This even includes the new M2 Macbook Air, which can be had for as little as 1,149.


Save 10% on a range of iPads (opens in new tab)UK student discounts currently offer some impressive savings on the top-end iPads. You can get an iPad Air from 526, or an iPad Pro for as little as 711. There's also money off AppleCare+ for some extra peace of mind.


Save on an iMac (opens in new tab)If you're looking for a high-end iMac to do some serious creative grafting, students can snag some savings on an iMac. With UK discounts, one can be yours for as little as 1,124, which is an impressive price for one of these!


Apple student discount: Get 50% off a subscription to Apple Music (opens in new tab)Students in the UK, can get Apple Music and Apple TV free for three months, then after that half-price subscription to Apple Music. This means it'll cost you 4.99 a month instead of the usual 9.99, for up to 48 months.


Need to get to grips with industry-standard creative apps? With your Apple student discount, you can get five of Apple's top apps for 215.98. The Pro Apps Bundle includes Final Cut Pro, Logic Pro, Motion, Compressor and MainStage - perfect for any creative.


Save $100 on a MacBook Pro $1299 $1099 (opens in new tab)With Apple's M2 chip and an 8-core GPU, the MacBook Pro is a seriously powerful laptop that can handle even the most resource-intensive tasks, such as video and image editing, without breaking a sweat.


Save $50 on a 24-inch iMac $1299 $1249 (opens in new tab)Teaming the speed and efficiency of the M1 chip with a stunning screen, the 24-inch iMac is a stellar performer, with enough power to run even the most demanding software such as image or video editing tools.


Save $50 on the iPad Air $599 $549 (opens in new tab)If you want more power than an entry-level iPad, but at an affordable price, the iPad Air is the best choice for you. You get a lovely large screen, enough power to run apps with ease, and $50 off with Apple Educational Pricing.


Mac Mini M2 $499 (opens in new tab)The new Mac Mini M2 performs superbly, runs almost silently and exudes quality whatever you use it for. Its compact size makes it perfect for any student seeking a powerful Mac that doesn't take up too much space.


Get Final Cut Pro + 4 more pro video and audio editing apps for just $199 (opens in new tab)This amazing value bundle is perfect for any filmmaking student. It includes industry standard video editing tool Final Cut Pro (itself normally $299), along with Logic Pro, Motion, Compressor and MainStage.


Save 10% on MacBooks (opens in new tab)The M2 MacBook Pro and MacBook Air are powerful laptops that run quickly, efficiently and have great battery life. So they're perfect for students, and with 10 per cent off the range, you'll be saving some serious cash.


Save 10% on iPads (opens in new tab)Students can save up to 10% on on a brand new iPad; ideal for carrying around campus, and sophisticated enough to get some serious work done. Education discounts cover the iPad Pro, iPad Air, iPad and iPad mini.


Save on a range of desktop Macs (opens in new tab)Need a serious desktop computer for your studies? Whether you're looking at an iMac, iMac Pro, Mac Pro or Mac Mini, you'll be able to get a decent discount as a student with Apple's special education pricing.


Get 50% off Apple Music + 3 months' free Apple TV (opens in new tab)Get inspired during study sessions with the best tunes from Apple Music. You'll get the first three months free, along with free Apple TV, then after that a subscription cots just 4.99 a month instead of the usual 9.99. 041b061a72


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