Claim Your Apple Education Discount When You’re Eligible For It

If you want to claim your Apple education discount, you must know first what the eligibility for getting it is.

What is the Eligibility for Apple’s Education Pricing?

Without being evasive, I would like to make you acquainted with the details that makes you eligible for Apple education discount. So, as long as you’re studying in post-secondary education (or high school) institution, as like any college or university, and have a proper student ID and necessary documentation to prove it, then you are eligible for the education discounts.

Note: Students’ parents can also apply for the Apple discounts on their children’s behalf.

If you’re a teacher, lecturer or other staff members at any of the educational institutions, you can also apply for Apple’s education discount. To so, all you’ve got to do is providing an ID card, pay slip or other forms of identification that proves you work there.

Note: For students who are qualified for the requirements mentioned above; if you want to make the process quite smoother, you can sign up online at Unidays. This is a free website that is renowned for offering a number of student-only deals. Everything that’s required is just your university email address that you’re typically given when you enroll.

Claim Your Apple Education Discount

When you ensure that you’re eligible after acknowledging the criteria given above, you will need to go to the “Apple for Education” website. This website highlights the current deals on offer for students and staff.

You will need to select the device you want (such as iMacs, MacBooks, and iPads).

Then you will have to verify your current student or staff status with Unidays. To do so, you will need to tap on the ‘Get started’ option.

You can also visit any of the nearby Apple Stores with your Identity Card.

When you’re accepted, you can then go ahead and order your devices.

You will be able to purchase items up to Apple’s limits of one desktop per academic year, one notebook, one Mac mini, two iPads, two displays and two pieces of any other software with the discounts. However, the most offers depend on your eligibility.

Thank you for reading this article; I hope that the information provided here is going to be useful to you.

Steve Rogers is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technical industry since 2002. As a technical expert, Steve Rogers has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as

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