Apple has launched the third part of its annual Back to School promotion, making the deals available to students in some countries in Asia, Europe, and the Middle East.
Students enrolled in higher education and educators will be given a free set of AirPods upon the purchase of selected Mac and iPad models, which is same as that of the campaign that went live in Australia and New Zealand in January and the United States and Canada in June.
The devices that qualify for the deal include MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac Pro, 24-inch iMac, Mac mini, M1 iPad Pro, and iPad Air. However, the low-cost iPad, iPad mini, and refurbished products from Apple aren’t qualified for the promotion. An array of Apple devices are already available at a discounted price through the dedicated Education store in select countries.
Customers who purchase the qualified product within the campaign will get the second-generation AirPods for free, with an option an option to upgrade to AirPods with Wireless Charging Case or AirPods Pro for a fixed additional fee. Along with the offer, students will also be eligible to grab a flat 20 percent discount on AppleCare Plus.
The Back to School promotion will require verification through UNiDAYS in many countries. The full terms and conditions are available on Apple’s country-specific websites.
The promotional campaign is available to students and educators in include:
- The UK
- Czech Republic
- United Arab Emirates
- Hong Kong
- Singapore, and Thailand.