When is Apple’s Back to School Sale 2020?

When is Apple’s Back to School Sale?

Apple’s Back to school promotions began in the US on 15 June, though UK’s sale hasn’t been announced yet. See Apple’s Back to School promotions in the US.

This year, Apple kicked off sales earlier than usual. The company typically begins its back to school promotions in July and continues the offers until mid-October. We wouldn’t be surprised to see UK sale begin around its usual July start date, which was 9 July last year.

Running on a slightly separate schedule, Apple kicked off its Asia-Pacific Back to University Sale across Australia, New Zealand, South Korea and Brazil at the beginning of the year. The sale ended 16 March.

Is Apple giving away free Beats headphones again?

Not this year – not in the US at least. UK offers may look different. Instead of Beats headphones, Apple is offering its popular AirPods wireless earphones.

In past Apple Education Store sales, Apple offered a credit towards Beats headphones with Mac and iPad purchases. This year, the US sale is offering a $159 credit that students can put towards a pair of AirPods earphones, effectively making it free. 

US students can also put the $159 credit towards the AirPods with the wireless charging case, worth $199, and get the set for $40. Alternatively, students can put the credit towards the AirPods Pro, worth $249, and only pay $90 out of pocket.

We expect to see similar offers in the UK. 

Apple Education Store Deal

What discounts Apple Education Store pricing for students

While Apple’s back to school sale hasn’t yet launched in the UK, students can still take advantage of savings via Apple’s educational pricing scheme with up to £280 off a Mac and £80 off an iPad.

Students in the US can save up to $200 on Mac and up to $100 on an iPad. US students can also get 20% off Apple Care+ for added device protection. 

Who qualifies for Apple Education Store discounts?

Education pricing is available to current and newly accepted university students, parents buying for university students as well as teachers and staff at all levels.

Our colleagues over at Macworld UK have put together a full guide on the Apple Education Store.

How to get an Apple Education Discount

Students and staff will need to verity their status via UNiDays in the UK. 

In the US and Australia the verification process is less standardized. While you don’t need any specific ID or login to order for the Apple Education Store, Apple can request to see evidence of your student status at point during or after purchase and can charge you a fee if you lack the proof. 

We recommend you register your details via your university email and have your official student ID card and details at hand whether you order for delivery or in-store collection.

See the full guide on how to get an Apple Education discount over at Macworld UK. 

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