Apple Launches Back-to-school Deal for Students

It came a little bit earlier this year, but Apple's back-to-school promotion is back. From now on until September 18, the students who qualify for the deal will be eligible to receive a free pair of Beats Solo 2 on-ear headphones if they purchase a Mac. The cans aren't only high-quality, but also pretty expensive (they cost approximately $200) so it's a pretty sweet deal that you may not want to pass up. Additionally, in case you want a different type of headphones you can pay a $100 upgrade fee and switch to Solo 2 over-ear cans or to the wireless version of the product. And if you wanted more good news, the promotion doesn't only apply to students but also to teachers, faculty, staff and even parents of students.

If the terms of the deal seem a bit unclear, I will try to clarify them for you. The offer applies to those who purchase a new Mac Pro, MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air or iMac. (Mac Mini and refurbished Macs aren't included.) The purchases must be made from official locations such as Apple's Online Store for Education Individuals, Apple Retail Stores or from Apple-authorized Campus Store that are participating in the promotion. The categories included in the offer are K – 12 Employees, board members or officers and higher education employees, students and parents of students. If you fit into one of the previously mentioned groups, you will automatically receive the Beats headphones along with the Mac model that you purchase.

For more details on the matter you can visit the terms and conditions of the promotion by clicking on this link.

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