As usual, Apple today relaunched its annual â€œBack to Universityâ€� campaign in Australia, Brazil, New Zealand, and South Korea. The promotion offers free AirPods to students and teachers who buy a new eligible Mac or iPad in its official store.
This is a similar campaign to the â€œBack to Schoolâ€� promo in the United States. While the Apple Education Store regularly offers special discounts for students and teachers, customers in these countries can also get free AirPods and 20% discount on AppleCare plans with the purchase of a Mac or iPad.
Eligible Macs include MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, iMac, and iMac Pro, while eligible iPads include iPad Pro and iPad Air. Apple offers the 2nd-generation AirPods for free, but you can also choose the model with wireless charging case for a really low price or AirPods Pro for half the price.
In Brazil, for instance, the base model of MacBook Air goes from R$12,999 to R$11,699 â€” a 10% discount. As for the 2nd-generation AirPods, it normally costs R$1,899 in the country. Discounts are similar in other countries â€” the price of MacBook Air goes from A$1,599 to A$1,439 for students and teachers in Australia, while AirPods cost A$249 there without discount.
Apple checks if customers are eligible for the discount through the UNiDays program, so make sure that your registration is valid there.
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