Apple’s ‘Back To School’ Promo: App Store Gift Card With Qualifying Purchase Of Either A Mac, iPad Or iPhone.

Apple’s ‘Back To School’ Promo: App Store Gift Card With Qualifying Purchase Of Either A Mac, iPad Or iPhone.


Following yesterday’s report, which suggested the company would – for the first timeadd the iPhone as one of the qualifying devices for its ‘Back to School’ promotion, Apple has this afternoon launched its 2013 ‘Back to School’ promotion, and the promotion does indeed now include the iPhone.

Starting today and running through September 6, 2013, if you happen to be a student, parent of a student, or faculty staff member who has the authority to purchase on behalf of an educational institute, and are planning to buy a Mac ‘soon’ – you’ll now get a $100 App Store Gift Card with your purchase — and save with education pricing.

Alternatively, if you choose to purchase either an iPad or iPhone during this period, Apple will issue you with a $50 App Store Gift Card for each qualifying purchase.

Learn more about the promotion by visiting store.apple.com.


Terms: Buy a qualifying Mac and receive a $100 App Store Gift Card, or buy a qualifying iPad or iPhone and receive a $50 App Store Gift Card. The Mac or iPad must be purchased from Apple or a participating Apple Authorized Campus Store from July 2, 2013, through September 6, 2013. iPhone devices must be purchased from Apple; Apple Authorized Campus Store iPhone purchases are not eligible. iPhone eligibility may vary by model. Purchaser must be eligible for Apple Education Individual Pricing; education pricing is not available for iPad or iPhone. Quantity limits may apply. The App Store Gift Card may be used on the Mac App Store, the iTunes Store, the App Store, and the iBookstore. If the Mac, iPhone, or iPad is returned, your refund may be reduced by the full amount of the App Store Gift Card. Terms and conditions apply. The Mac App Store, the iTunes Store, the App Store, and the iBookstore are available only to persons age 13 or older in the U.S. Terms apply. See www.apple.com/legal/itunes/terms.html for more information.