How to get a 15% discount at the Apple online store from your own home (you’ve got to be a student though).

by Mike on August 18, 2010

Where Apple make desirable and well built products, their pricing is usually too keen for students who are assumed to have tighter budgets than normal. To help students along, Apple provide a rather helpful 15% discount for most of their hardware, software and accessories (excluding the iPhone).

Apple doesn’t want just anyone getting these discounts and so to get them they require you to place your student discounted order over the phone, in person at an Apple Retail store or online – the caveat being that Apple force you to log in from your university campus network.

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Or do they?

If, like me, you prefer to look through all the options in the comfort of your own home, pondering carefully the options and accessories and weighing up different configurations against your budget you might feel a little perturbed by Apple’s insistence that you go through a salesperson to make the sale. Generally a student wouldn’t have access to the campus network before their first induction day and you can forget cash back deal sites like Quid Co working on some campus networks.

As Vicky is starting a Higher Education course at Thames Valley University this year and I *cough*, I mean, she, could use a new Macbook Pro, I scoured Google for information on Apple’s secretive student discount scheme. On one hot internet deals forum for UK residents, I found this link: http://store.apple.com/uk_edu_5000716. It seems to be a public URL to the same store that you would get if you logged into the campus network of the “London Academy of Music & Dramatic”. All the discounted prices were there, but I’m not suggesting for a moment that anyone should use this link illegitimately – but I need the Thames Valley University link and the Apple online chat staffers simply won’t give it to me. I know they’d prefer their overly happy staff give us the hard sale instead.

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The public URL has an inviting integer at the end of it, one for each University. So I did what any self-respecting software developer would do. I went to get a Pot Noodle and ten minutes later, I had all of the URL’s for every Higher Education student discount Apple Store page in a handy text file.

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The code (written in VB.NET – it’s messy but it does the job):

Imports System
Imports System.IO
Imports System.Net

Public Module Apple_HE_Code_Crawler

Public Sub Main()

Try
Dim URL As String = “http://store.apple.com/uk_edu_”
Dim ReadLine As String = “”

Console.WriteLine(“Crawler Apple Store for HE discount store codes”)

For n As Integer = 5000800 To 5000866
ReadLine = FetchHTML(URL & n)
Console.WriteLine(“Found University ” & ReadLine)
File.AppendAllText(“Z:\Apple_HE_Agreements.txt”, “ID: ” & n & ” equals ” & ReadLine & vbCrLf)
Next

Console.WriteLine(“Process Complete”)
Console.ReadKey()

Catch ex As Exception
File.AppendAllText(“Z:\Apple_HE_Agreements.txt”, “An unhandled exception occured: ” & ex.ToString)
Console.WriteLine(“An error occurred.” & ex.ToString)
End Try

End Sub

Private Function FetchHTML(ByVal URL As String) As String
FetchHTML = “”
Try
Dim client As WebClient = New WebClient
Dim data As Stream = client.OpenRead(URL)
Dim reader As StreamReader = New StreamReader(data)
Dim str As String = “”
str = reader.ReadLine
If Not str Is Nothing Then
Do Until reader.EndOfStream
If Not str Is Nothing Then
If str.Contains(“s.prop2″) Then
data.Close()
client.Dispose()
Return str.Split(“=”)(1)
End If
End If
str = reader.ReadLine
Loop
End If

data.Close()
client.Dispose()
Return “”

Catch ex As System.Net.WebException
If ex.Status = WebExceptionStatus.ProtocolError Then
If DirectCast(ex.Response, System.Net.HttpWebResponse).StatusCode = HttpStatusCode.NotFound Then
Console.WriteLine(“HTTP 404: Page not found” & ex.ToString)
Return “No university found for supplied ID (HTTP 404)”
End If
End If

End Try

End Function

End Module

So now, if you’re a student of one of the below institutions – you can get your student discount and you don’t have to talk to Apple staff and you don’t have to log on in a busy library or campus network. Just make sure you’re a genuine student, because if you’re using one of these codes fraudulently it’s not my fault if your order gets declined when you can’t prove you’re studying there.

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To get to your chosen Higher Education institution’s Apple Store discount page, type the following URL into your web browser, followed by the number shown below:

http://store.apple.com/uk_edu_5000600 (replace the number with the one below that corresponds to your University or College).

ID: 5000600 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Aberdeen University”
ID: 5000601 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Abertay University”
ID: 5000602 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement AFRC Roslin Institute”
ID: 5000603 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement American Intercontinental University”
ID: 5000604 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Amersham & Wycombe College”
ID: 5000605 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Anglia Polytechnic University”
ID: 5000606 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Anglo European College of Chiropractic”
ID: 5000607 equals “AOS: The Arts University College at Bournemouth”
ID: 5000608 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Aston University”
ID: 5000609 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement ATL HIED STORE”
ID: 5000610 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Barnet College”
ID: 5000611 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Barnsley College”
ID: 5000612 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Barry College”
ID: 5000613 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Bath Spa University”
ID: 5000614 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Bath University”
ID: 5000615 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Bell Hamilton College”
ID: 5000616 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Berkshire College of Agriculture”
ID: 5000617 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Birkbeck College”
ID: 5000618 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Birmingham City University”
ID: 5000619 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Birmingham University”
ID: 5000620 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement University of Bolton”
ID: 5000621 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Borders College”
ID: 5000622 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Bournemouth and Poole College of FE”
ID: 5000623 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Bournemouth University”
ID: 5000624 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Bradford University”
ID: 5000625 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Bridgend College”
ID: 5000626 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Brighton University”
ID: 5000627 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Bristol University”
ID: 5000628 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Brunel University”
ID: 5000629 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College”
ID: 5000630 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Canterbury Christ Church University College”
ID: 5000631 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Cardiff University”
ID: 5000632 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement CCLRC”
ID: 5000633 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Central Lancashire University”
ID: 5000634 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Central School of Speech & Drama”
ID: 5000635 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Chelmsford College”
ID: 5000636 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Chester College University”
ID: 5000637 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement City and Islington College”
ID: 5000638 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement City University”
ID: 5000639 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Coleg Ceredigion”
ID: 5000640 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Coleg Glan Hafren”
ID: 5000641 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Coleg Gwent”
ID: 5000642 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Coleg Harlech”
ID: 5000643 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Coleg Llandrillo”
ID: 5000644 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Coleg Llysfasi”
ID: 5000645 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Coleg Menai”
ID: 5000646 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Coleg Merion Dwyfor”
ID: 5000647 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Coleg Morgannwg”
ID: 5000648 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Coleg Powys”
ID: 5000649 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Coleg Sir Gar”
ID: 5000650 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement College of North East London”
ID: 5000651 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement College of St Mark and St John”
ID: 5000652 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Courtauld Institute of Art”
ID: 5000653 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Coventry University”
ID: 5000654 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Cranfield University”
ID: 5000655 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Crawley College”
ID: 5000656 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Croydon College”
ID: 5000657 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement De Montfort University”
ID: 5000658 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Deeside College”
ID: 5000659 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Derby University”
ID: 5000660 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Doncaster College”
ID: 5000661 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Dundee College”
ID: 5000662 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Dundee University”
ID: 5000663 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Durham University”
ID: 5000664 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Ealing, Hammersmith & West London College”
ID: 5000665 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement East Berkshire College”
ID: 5000666 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Edge Hill College”
ID: 5000667 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Edinburgh College of Art”
ID: 5000668 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Edinburgh University”
ID: 5000669 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Edinburgh’s Telford College”
ID: 5000670 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Epping Forest College”
ID: 5000671 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Essex University”
ID: 5000672 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Exeter University”
ID: 5000673 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Falmouth Coll of Arts”
ID: 5000674 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Glamorgan University”
ID: 5000675 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Glasgow Caledonian University”
ID: 5000676 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Glasgow School of Art”
ID: 5000677 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Glasgow University”
ID: 5000678 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Goldsmiths College”
ID: 5000679 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Gorseinon College”
ID: 5000680 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Guildford College”
ID: 5000681 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Guy’s, King’s & St Thomas’ Schools of Medicine”
ID: 5000682 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Hannah Research Institute, Ayr”
ID: 5000683 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Harlow College”
ID: 5000684 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Harper Adams University College”
ID: 5000685 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Harrogate College”
ID: 5000686 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Havering College of F & HE”
ID: 5000687 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Heriot Watt University”
ID: 5000688 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Herts University”
ID: 5000689 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Highbury College”
ID: 5000690 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Huddersfield University”
ID: 5000691 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Hull University”
ID: 5000692 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Imperial College”
ID: 5000693 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Institute of Cancer Research”
ID: 5000694 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Institute of Education”
ID: 5000695 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Institute of Physics”
ID: 5000696 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Institute of Zoology”
ID: 5000697 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Inverness College”
ID: 5000698 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement James Watt College”
ID: 5000699 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Jewel & Esk Valley College”
ID: 5000700 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Keele University”
ID: 5000701 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Kent University”
ID: 5000702 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Kings College London”
ID: 5000703 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Kingston College”
ID: 5000704 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Kingston University”
ID: 5000705 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement KSS and London Deaneries”
ID: 5000706 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Lambeth College”
ID: 5000707 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Lancaster University”
ID: 5000708 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Leeds Metropolitan University”
ID: 5000709 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Leeds University”
ID: 5000710 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Leicester University”
ID: 5000711 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Lewisham College”
ID: 5000712 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Lincoln University”
ID: 5000713 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Liverpool Hope University College”
ID: 5000714 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Liverpool John Moores University”
ID: 5000715 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Liverpool University”
ID: 5000716 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement London Academy of Music & Dramatic”
ID: 5000717 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement London Business School”
ID: 5000718 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement London Metropolitan University”
ID: 5000719 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement London School of Economics & Political Science”
ID: 5000720 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement London School of Hygiene & Tropical medicine”
ID: 5000721 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement London School of Theology”
ID: 5000722 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement London South Bank University”
ID: 5000723 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Loughborough College”
No university found for supplied ID (HTTP 404)No university found for supplied ID (HTTP 404)ID: 5000724 equals No university found for supplied ID (HTTP 404)
ID: 5000725 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Manchester Metropolitan University”
ID: 5000726 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Medical Research Council (London)”
ID: 5000727 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Merthyr Tydfil College”
ID: 5000728 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Middlesex University”
ID: 5000729 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Moredun Research Institute, Edinburgh”
ID: 5000730 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement MRC Cambridge”
ID: 5000731 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Napier University”
ID: 5000732 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Nat. Inst. for Biological Stds & Control”
ID: 5000733 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Natural History Museum”
ID: 5000734 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement NE Surrey Coll. of Technology (NESCOT)”
ID: 5000735 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Neath Port Talbot College”
ID: 5000736 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Newbattle Abbey College”
ID: 5000737 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Newcastle University”
ID: 5000738 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Newcastle-under-Lyme College”
ID: 5000739 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Newham College”
ID: 5000740 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Newham College of Higher Education”
ID: 5000741 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement NEWI (North East Wales Institute)”
ID: 5000742 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Newman College”
ID: 5000743 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Northampton College”
ID: 5000744 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Northampton University”
ID: 5000745 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Northumbria University”
ID: 5000746 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Norwich University College of the Arts”
ID: 5000747 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Nottingham Trent University”
ID: 5000748 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Nottingham University”
ID: 5000749 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Oaklands College”
ID: 5000750 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Oatridge College”
ID: 5000751 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Open University”
ID: 5000752 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Oxford and Cherwell College”
ID: 5000753 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Oxford Brookes University”
ID: 5000754 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Oxford University & Oxford Colleges”
ID: 5000755 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Paisley University”
ID: 5000756 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Pembrokeshire College”
ID: 5000757 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Portsmouth University”
ID: 5000758 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Preston College”
ID: 5000759 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Queen Margaret University College”
ID: 5000760 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Queen Mary (UOL), St Bart’s & The Royal London School of Medicine & Dentistry”
ID: 5000761 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Queens University”
ID: 5000762 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Ravensbourne College of Design & Communication”
ID: 5000763 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Reading College and School of Art & Design”
ID: 5000764 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Reading University”
ID: 5000765 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Richmond Adult Community College”
ID: 5000766 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Robert Gordon University”
ID: 5000767 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Roehampton University of Surrey”
ID: 5000768 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Royal Academy of Music”
ID: 5000769 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Royal Agriculture College, Cirencester”
ID: 5000770 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew”
ID: 5000771 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Royal College of Art”
ID: 5000772 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Royal College of Music”
ID: 5000773 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Royal College of Surgeons”
ID: 5000774 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Royal Holloway College”
ID: 5000775 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Royal Northern College of Music”
ID: 5000776 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Royal Surrey County Hospital”
ID: 5000777 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Royal Veterinary College”
ID: 5000778 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Salford University”
ID: 5000779 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Salisbury College”
ID: 5000780 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement School of Oriental & African Studies”
ID: 5000781 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement School of Pharmacy”
ID: 5000782 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Scottish Agricultural College, Edinburgh”
ID: 5000783 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Scottish Crop Research Inst., Dundee”
ID: 5000784 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement SHEFC”
ID: 5000785 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Sheffield Hallam University”
ID: 5000786 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Sheffield University”
ID: 5000787 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement South Kent College”
ID: 5000788 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement South Thames College”
ID: 5000789 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Southampton Solent University”
ID: 5000790 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Southampton University”
ID: 5000791 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Southwark College”
ID: 5000792 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement St Andrews University”
ID: 5000793 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement St Francis Xavier 6th Form College”
ID: 5000794 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement St George’s Hospital Medical School”
ID: 5000795 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement St John College”
ID: 5000796 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement St Martin’s College”
ID: 5000797 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement St Mary’s University College”
ID: 5000798 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement St Mary’s University College NI”
ID: 5000799 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement St. David’s 6th Form College”
ID: 5000800 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Stafford University”
ID: 5000800 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Stafford University”
ID: 5000801 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Stevenson College”
ID: 5000802 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Stirling University”
ID: 5000803 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Stoke on Trent College”
ID: 5000804 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Stranmillis University College”
ID: 5000805 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Strathclyde University”
ID: 5000806 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement University Campus Suffolk”
ID: 5000807 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Sunderland University”
ID: 5000808 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Surrey University”
ID: 5000809 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Sussex University”
ID: 5000810 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Swansea College”
ID: 5000811 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Swansea Institute of Higher Education”
ID: 5000812 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Teesside University”
ID: 5000813 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Thames Valley University”
ID: 5000814 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement The City Academy, Bristol”
ID: 5000815 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement The College of North East London”
ID: 5000816 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement The Wellcome Trust”
ID: 5000817 equals “AOS: UK HIED South Essex College ”
ID: 5000818 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Trinity College Carmarthen”
ID: 5000819 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Trinity College of Music”
ID: 5000820 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement UHI Millennium Inst., Inverness”
ID: 5000821 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Ulster University”
ID: 5000822 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement University College Chichester”
ID: 5000823 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement University College for the Creative Arts at Canterbury”
ID: 5000824 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement University College for the Creative Arts at Epsom”
ID: 5000825 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement University College for the Creative Arts at Farnham”
ID: 5000826 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement University College for the Creative Arts at Maidstone”
ID: 5000827 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement University College for the Creative Arts at Rochester”
ID: 5000828 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement University College London”
ID: 5000829 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement University College Northampton”
ID: 5000830 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement University College, Winchester”
ID: 5000831 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement University of Bedfordshire”
ID: 5000832 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement University of Cambridge and related institutions”
ID: 5000833 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement University of East Anglia”
ID: 5000834 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement University of East London”
ID: 5000835 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement University of Gloucestershire”
ID: 5000836 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement University of Greenwich”
ID: 5000837 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement University of London”
ID: 5000838 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement University of Manchester”
ID: 5000839 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement University of Plymouth”
ID: 5000840 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement University of the Arts London”
ID: 5000841 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement University of Wales Aberystwyth”
ID: 5000842 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement University of Wales Bangor”
ID: 5000843 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement University of Wales Institute Cardiff”
ID: 5000844 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement University of Wales Lampeter”
ID: 5000845 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement University of Wales Newport”
ID: 5000846 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement University of Wales Registry”
ID: 5000847 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement University of Wales Swansea”
ID: 5000848 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement University of Westminster”
ID: 5000849 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Uxbridge College”
ID: 5000850 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Waltham Forest College”
ID: 5000851 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Warrington Collegiate Institute”
ID: 5000852 equals No university found for supplied ID (HTTP 404)
ID: 5000853 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement WEA South”
ID: 5000854 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Welsh College of Horticulture”
ID: 5000855 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement West Cumbria College”
ID: 5000856 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement West Herts College”
ID: 5000857 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement West of England University”
ID: 5000858 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Westminster Kingsway College”
ID: 5000859 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Wolverhampton University”
ID: 5000860 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Worcester University College”
ID: 5000861 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Wye College”
ID: 5000862 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Yale College”
ID: 5000863 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Yeovil College”
ID: 5000864 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement YMCA”
ID: 5000865 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement York University”
ID: 5000866 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Ystrad Mynach College”

If this post helps you, or if the inner fanboy (or reverse fanboy) in you is rising to say something, please let rip in the comments section below.

{ 342 comments… read them below or add one }

Tom September 1, 2010 at 8:37 pm

Thanks for sharing this – very helpful!

Any idea if Apple will pull me up if I try to order using one of these links though? I am actually going to Uni this month so am eligible, but I’d rather do it all online rather than ringing up!

Cheers

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admin September 1, 2010 at 8:42 pm

I’m writing this on a Macbook Pro that I bought using the very same method. Apple didn’t mention a thing – it came through exactly as my last Macbook Pro did a year ago (bought online at full retail prices).

It’s easier this way, since you can take your time selecting and deselecting all the options and working through it in peace and quiet… :)

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Christian September 24, 2010 at 6:13 pm

Hey, my sister just started uni and I was planning on using her discount to get a Macbook Pro, does Apple really not say anything? I was expecting at least an e mail so they can check you are studying at the uni you claim to be, is there anything I need to prepare for when I order it so they don’t get picky about it?

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Nik2740 November 1, 2010 at 3:50 pm

Very interesting and helpful. A useful post, thanks. Any idea if this is the full list of establishments that allow this discount. I don’t see The Royal College of Physicians here?

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Nev November 5, 2010 at 11:05 am

Thanks for the post I am a student at City University London, but could not find the url in the list.
Also when does the 15% discount appear, I added a MacBook in the basket but it did not discount it….?

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dermy November 5, 2010 at 12:19 pm

i was declined for some reason they must know about this by now then

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Bobby Gill November 6, 2010 at 3:57 pm

My partner is currently doing a part-time evening course but it got me interested in finding about finally get a Mac. Hence how I came to your webpage.

Great work and well done for sharing. Her place isn’t listed but hey, we can still go talk to the sales staff in the store.

Regards,
Bobby

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mikelwilson November 6, 2010 at 5:37 pm

Hello Christian, Nik, Nev, Dermy and Bobby,

Regarding missing universities or colleges, these institutions might have a HE agreement with Apple under a different name (e.g. Farnborough College of Technology might be available under its accreditation authority, The University of Surrey).

It also appears that Apple have, since my web post went up, removed or replaced some or all of these links. If they work for you, you should see the discounted prices immediately.

If these links don’t work for you, you can still purchase in store, from the campus network or over the phone.

I hope this helps.

Best,

Mike

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Josh November 22, 2010 at 10:45 pm

Hi Mike, absoloutely love what you’ve done here, I think you’re actually my idol!
Was just wondering whether you could help alot of people out and try and do the same for the colleges-(FE) one ?

Thankyou

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adam December 22, 2010 at 2:43 pm

Hey, just wanted to say that you’re amazing. Thanks.

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perhaps December 23, 2010 at 11:22 pm

you should’ve left it at that rather than publicly parading on the internet so bunch of people including myself who’s been taking advantage of this can still make a use of this in the future.

i guess it’s only a matter of time before they’ll find out great work mate.

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Carmelita23 December 28, 2010 at 6:33 pm

Thanks for this – it really makes it easier to browse the website and really take in the options without having the crazy campus computers or someone else waiting on the phone for you to answer – thank you so much :-D

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Meli January 16, 2011 at 10:50 am

Hi, I would like to get a discount on an Apple Mac Laptop by using my student card. However, I have found the ideal Mac book on the PC World website and was wondering if I am still able to get a discount or does it have to be specifically purchased from the Apple store?

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Paul January 26, 2011 at 8:34 pm

Cheers Mike,

I am an OU Student and it worked a treat for me.

Mucho thanks.

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Tony Dee February 18, 2011 at 11:18 am

Just used this to place an order, the checkout worked fine – fingers crossed my Mac arrives soon! Owe you a beer my friend :)

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Nik March 7, 2011 at 9:51 pm

going to try it out! any news? has it worked for anyone else??

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Bill April 2, 2011 at 2:21 pm

Damn… it looks like they found out people were using this and have now shut down all these URLs. Every time I try to use the URL for my university, I get an ‘Oops!’ message. Occasionally it will let me see the front page of the store but none of the links on it work. Bah. Has anybody got any bright ideas about how to get back in?

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bob April 3, 2011 at 4:28 am

Yeh Bill i was getting the same thing, but its working again now :D

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Chocolate April 12, 2011 at 10:11 pm

It works! Received my brand spanking new laptop today! Thank you so much!

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Raytek April 20, 2011 at 10:23 am

Can’t get any of them to work :(

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Neil April 28, 2011 at 10:01 am

Getting “we’ll be back soon” message. Seems they are updating something. Any have any joy? On every URL.

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mikelwilson April 28, 2011 at 10:03 am

It seems that way :)

Note to everyone having difficulty with these URLs; they do work. Try from a different location (IP address) and/or browser.

Hope this helps,

Mike

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husky May 6, 2011 at 12:20 am

i can get the urls to work but no discount, any ideas?

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Carlos May 6, 2011 at 5:30 pm

Hey thanks a lot for such a great job finding those links!
I was wondering if there is any chance to get from a US university as well, I’m in California for a few days and would amazing if it works here as well.
I’ve look on google etc but I couldn’t find any :(
Thanks in advance!!

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Georgia Jones May 10, 2011 at 8:22 pm

I didn’t read all of the above but FYI:

1. If you are about to attend college/uni Apple will accept your acceptance letter so you can buy a Mac before you start.
2. Someone on campus can legitimately buy you a Mac (and have it delivered to your address)
3. The rule is 1 desktop / 1 Notebook per year (but they never check as I have changed my Mac 3 times in a year)
4. You automatically get a 3 year warranty with a HE purchase worth a few hundred quid, even if you sell your mac the warranty stays with it (see point 3 – I didn’t lose any money). Remember to chase up the Higher Education Warranty paperwork (you do not have to buy Applecare separately)
5. The best time to buy is June to September (Apple Back to School Promo), as well as the discount & warranty you also get to buy an ipod and Apple will give you £145 cashback (arrives by cheque in about 2-3 weeks). That means an ipod touch for about £45. I usually sell the ipod increasing my discount – My last HE 13″ Macbook Pro cost me £760 (base model without upgrades)
6. Know your Apple product update timetable (visit the Buyers Guide on Macrumors)
7. No discounts on iphones & ipads :(

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Steve May 13, 2011 at 11:52 am

Neat code.

Great tips Georgia, particularly #5 – very relevant just now.

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Steve Alis May 23, 2011 at 5:45 pm

As regards the HE three year warranty. I think they now charge around £46 it and no longer give it free. Still good deal though

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Sam May 25, 2011 at 1:57 pm

Any HE purchase made either over the phone or on your University’s campus will give you a 3 year hardware warranty on your computer purchase, it’s in the T&C.

NOTE: You WILL not receive this if you purchase in store, strictly over the phone or online ONLY.

http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1103022

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Rob May 26, 2011 at 3:45 pm

Hi hope everyones good, i have recently received my nice macbook pro, but i checked the warranty and it shows its only valid for one year. what do you reccomend i do?

Thanks in advanced

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Rob May 26, 2011 at 3:49 pm

OOps srry jsut read that link. So i should here something from them in about 90 days telling me that the 3 years warranty is now in effect?

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Zen June 14, 2011 at 8:32 am

Just purchased my MBP through the link above. Never asked for a student number, or any other checks. Delivered within 2 days without any problems!

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Tim June 19, 2011 at 7:40 pm

I ordered using one of these URLs, and can confirm that there were no repercussions or checks.

I was worried that they might ask for your .edu email address, so I made an Apple ID beforehand. Encountered no problems! :D

Bought a 27″ iMac with the free £65 card, got the confirmation email and should be getting it sometime next week! :D

Just to reiterate:
THIS DOES WORK. THEY DON’T CHECK.

Don’t spread it around too much else they might change the system and this won’t be an option any more!

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dan June 21, 2011 at 4:40 pm

Looks like these have now been removed …. about 3 days before I was about to order :o(

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Sam June 22, 2011 at 2:01 pm

Fantastic find thanks :) Any word on how to use this link in conjunction with cashback websites? Seems the link does so would love to save another £50 haha. Any thoughts?

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Andrew July 1, 2011 at 8:03 pm

I think the links have stopped working I get a 404 now! :(

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Chris July 4, 2011 at 10:36 pm

Work fine here. Are you putting too many zeros in the number (like in the example)?

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Simon July 5, 2011 at 8:35 pm

Well I dont it yesterday, and they have asked for a copy of my driving license and bank statement showing my home address.

But not asked for student ID

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Andrew July 20, 2011 at 2:25 pm

Guess what, the new Macbook Air’s are now live! Along with a refresh of Mac Mini’s!

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jonathan July 21, 2011 at 2:22 am

hey guys can i not just walk in with a student friend of mine and then get her to buy it but i choose what i want?? she can show all the id but my money is spent….
i hope they dont set up an apple account in HER name and then i have to access that to get what ever they are giving..if this makes any sense…
please any help would be apreciated..
peace

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harry -o July 22, 2011 at 8:25 am

July 2011 – the link worked a treat. straight through to the checkout without a hitch. MBP arrived next day, complete with a 14% (not 15%) discount. very cool, thank you.
http://store.apple.com/uk_edu_5000716

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Jordan July 22, 2011 at 6:59 pm

My brother used the Cardiff university site as he’s been accepted there, and they phoned the house and asked to see a copy of his unconditional offer – luckily he had it :P

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Tris July 26, 2011 at 11:27 pm

Do Apple carry out any checks to make sure that the person who receives the product actually attends university because I may have somebody that can buy a new Macbook Air for me

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H July 29, 2011 at 12:20 am

Thanks for your help Mike.

I ordered the new 13inch MBA on Wednesday Morning and it arrived the following day. I saved over £150 on my order and i am sure that Apple will still be happy to make a sale.

Many thanks again

H

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Andrew July 31, 2011 at 7:49 pm

Works, my MBA arrived no problems, no checks and a massive discount. Cheers mate.

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Alex August 12, 2011 at 1:26 pm

Firstly a big thank you to Mike for this info!! I’ve just tried it and had no problems. Haven’t placed an order yet but it certainly works and brings up all the products with the student discount applied. I noticed some people have commented on problems accessing it. Mike’s example has 50000 then the corresponding 3 digits. It works with 5000 then the 3 digits for the Uni/ College.

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KNT August 12, 2011 at 11:43 pm

Do you happen to know if this also allows to buy something and ship it outside the UK? I’m an european Northumbria student, but I don’t have residence there right now…

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ken August 25, 2011 at 9:15 pm

Worked for me :)

No follow-up checks.

Ordered an iMac (max discount is 12% for iMacs).

Just got shipment confirmation email.

I ordered last night.

You’re a star Mike.

Cheers!

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Alex September 3, 2011 at 7:58 pm

Update to my last post. Since ordered and received a 27” iMac with the current student discount, 12%. No requirement for any student details when ordering online, just delivery and payment address. Student address optional. Well worth it for the 3 year warranty and £65 gift card as well as the 12% discount. Apple may occasionally request proof of being a student but I’d imagine this isn’t very often. Thanks again Mike, you’re a star!!

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mikelwilson September 3, 2011 at 8:42 pm

Thanks for the update, Alex and everyone for your kind words!

I’m glad this post been helpful :)

All the best,

Mike

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harry -o September 5, 2011 at 9:14 am

alternatively – if anyone isn’t able to get their ‘student’ discount it’s worth looking at the refurbished Macs in the online store. for example a MBP 13″ will have about 15% knocked off (the same as a student discount) and these are usually in excellent condition and have been soak tested for faults.
i bought a MacPro over 5 years ago: immaculate condition, all the usual extras and 1yr g/tee, and it’s still going strong. you’d never know it was a refurb.

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JP September 9, 2011 at 8:50 am

Great page Mike

Starting a course at St Andrews, so invaluable for setting myself up hardware-wise beforehand.

I had problems with the links over home wifi (London -so IP mismatch?). Then tried over my tethered iPhone and bingo.

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Zareen September 22, 2011 at 12:22 pm

This is awesome, now i can shop from the comfort of my home and put that student loan to some good use!
Thanks!

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MDW September 24, 2011 at 10:45 am

So what happens if you are asked for proof of student status, but can’t produce it?

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TRP October 4, 2011 at 9:40 pm

MDW, if you’re an actual student then it isn’t hard at all to provide proof.

The admissions office would be a good place to start.

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Nick October 19, 2011 at 10:43 am

Just looked at US site. There is an easily accessible homeschool store URL
http://store.apple.com/us_edu_21023
Anyone fancy crawling through to find the USA codes?

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John November 5, 2011 at 12:01 am

Zareen: wow, just wow. You’re on student loan and you still want the piece of junk macbook even though a normal laptop does just fine and costs 40% less.

I hope you also participated in the anti-fees riots, because the irony would just be absolute.

This rampant consumerism is exactly why this country is going in the shit.

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mannaman December 13, 2011 at 12:07 am

cock.

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Connor January 14, 2012 at 1:31 pm

Don’t be a twat.
How do you know that the person needing the Mac doesn’t need a mac specifically?
I need a mac so that i can use the Mac only software Logic Pro
While i agree that Macs are un needed for day to day Facebook use they are needed in the world of music and photo editing.

Think before you speak.

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Stevie November 9, 2011 at 5:17 pm

Do you take requests? I need a code for west Cheshire college. Please help

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Craig Mullen November 28, 2011 at 3:25 pm

This is no longer correct (Returns ‘Page not found’) Please ammend this was really useful!

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mikelwilson November 28, 2011 at 3:41 pm

It works, Craig. Which URL are you using that you see as not correct?

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Sam November 28, 2011 at 4:16 pm

Wow!! Great work, I used this to compare deals on Black Friday. Thank you!

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mikelwilson November 28, 2011 at 4:18 pm

Thanks Sam :) How does this compare to the deals available on Black Friday/Cyber Monday?

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Mikef November 28, 2011 at 9:50 pm

Thanks very much, great info

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louise December 1, 2011 at 1:18 pm

Cannot find URL for University of Cumbria – Please help!

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dave December 5, 2011 at 9:25 am

Hey buddy, this isn’t working anymore…they must have discovered the loop hole!

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mikelwilson December 5, 2011 at 9:28 am

It works for me. What are you trying that isn’t working?

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dave December 5, 2011 at 9:59 am

I just clicked the link and it came up with page not found!

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dave December 5, 2011 at 10:06 am

It’s okay I changed the code and works fine now…sorry!! :)

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mikelwilson December 5, 2011 at 11:10 am

Good stuff :-)

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mick December 5, 2011 at 7:49 pm

Can you please tell me that when you go through the process above does the student discount show up right away, or do you have to go to payment/checkout?

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sanyia December 5, 2011 at 9:33 pm

Hiya Mick,
the discount come up straight away!
I had two web pages up the uni web site and the normal mac web page.
I saw they apply the discount straight away!

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mick December 6, 2011 at 1:43 pm

Cheers Sanyia…

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mick December 6, 2011 at 2:00 pm

Hi Sanyia, just tried the Apple store using above instructions, and even though the uni name does come up on the Apple store site when I forward on to purchase there is no discount applied.

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mikelwilson December 6, 2011 at 10:33 pm

Hi Mick,

What are you attempting to purchase? Some items (like iPhones) have no discount.

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Jim December 6, 2011 at 9:57 pm

Was working for me a week or so ago, tonight I get a page not found error. Jim

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mikelwilson December 6, 2011 at 10:32 pm

Hi Jim,

What page isn’t loading for you? Can you post the URL?

Thanks,

Mike

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mick December 7, 2011 at 12:48 pm

Hi Mike. It was indeed the iphone I was trying to purchase. Obviously they are a no go! Thanks for your help.

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Jim Black December 7, 2011 at 10:36 pm

Tried a few random urls tonight and last night, ie http://store.apple.com/uk_edu_50000630

Browsing from an iPad.

Jim

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mikelwilson December 7, 2011 at 10:55 pm

Looks like that URL’s been invalidated.

All the best,

Mike

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Jim December 8, 2011 at 10:25 pm

Just noticed you have a extra 0 in the main URL. Now works

http://store.apple.com/uk_edu_50000600

Should be

http://store.apple.com/uk_edu_5000600

Jim

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mikelwilson December 8, 2011 at 10:59 pm

Thanks for the heads up, Jim! :)

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Carly December 9, 2011 at 4:35 pm

Not working for me, although im not sure im doing it right, just putting in the numbers code for nottingham trent uni with the url that you listed above and im getting page not found? Could really do with the discount.

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mikelwilson December 9, 2011 at 5:19 pm

Hi Carly,

It works fine for me. What URL are you getting? Take the number “5000747″ and put it on the end of the URL: “http://store.apple.com/uk_edu_” and you get this working link: http://store.apple.com/uk_edu_5000747

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Mongorock December 10, 2011 at 10:20 pm

hey say you werent a student and u’d like to use these discount codes would that be possible? not that i’d be so unscrupulous…..

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bex December 15, 2011 at 6:33 pm

hi, its not 15% its just £15.

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mikelwilson December 15, 2011 at 10:36 pm

It’s 15% on most items. Which item are you attempting to purchase that shows a £15 discount?

For example, the basic iMac on the standard UK store is £999. Via the education store it is £879.60. That’s a wee bit more than £15 ;)

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NGM December 29, 2011 at 10:57 am

Hi Mike,
Have just tried the Open University code to price an Ipad and just getting £15 instead of 15%. eg full price for 32GB is £479, discounted price is £464.40. Any ideas.

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mikelwilson December 29, 2011 at 10:59 am

Hi NGM,

Yep. The student discount on the iPad is £15 (it used to be £0).

All the best,

Mike

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ekta December 20, 2011 at 2:51 pm

its same price aftr including a vat price so its useless

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mikelwilson December 20, 2011 at 2:53 pm

?

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Alisha December 27, 2011 at 5:26 am

Hey, I can’t find University of Hertfordshire there…any help will be much appreciated.

Thanks

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Lloyd December 27, 2011 at 8:04 pm

Could you provide a code for Swansea University?

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mikelwilson December 28, 2011 at 1:34 am

CTRL+F (or CMD+F if you’re using a Mac), enter “Swansea” in the search box and voila – there’s the code (probably the third one down…).

First top tip: Basic computer skills are very helpful for university students
Second top tip: So is the word, “PLEASE”.

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John D December 28, 2011 at 12:44 pm

Thanks Mike great info ….good work

daughters MBP ordered

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Jon J December 30, 2011 at 1:05 pm

I love you just gotta ask my sister to help me out.

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dan December 30, 2011 at 1:33 pm

Do apple ask for proof?

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Mike December 30, 2011 at 1:47 pm

Hi Dan, see above comments. Are you not a student, then? ;)

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GFL January 1, 2012 at 5:00 pm

Hi
I tried this for a bose soundlink for my son (he’s at sheffield uni) and the price was the same. Am I doing something wrong or does it ony work for certain items?
Thanks

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md January 2, 2012 at 12:37 pm

This works brilliantly, one of our part-time staff is a student and we bought the computer for him to work on whilst he is here.

Saved £110.80 on an iMac. Fantastic for him and for us.

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Al January 3, 2012 at 12:47 pm

You are awsomee! thankss ordered my MBP :D

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Tom January 4, 2012 at 3:32 pm

Hi. Do you have the code for Regent’s College london?

Thanks!

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Tom January 4, 2012 at 3:33 pm

(Please!) :-)

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Mike January 4, 2012 at 3:37 pm

:-)

Ain’t Regent’s College part of the University of London? (5000837)

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Mark January 4, 2012 at 5:16 pm

You are such an amazing man Mike! Thank you so much for your help, I ordered a Macbook Air this morning using your shortcut!

So happy that there are software developers out there that are as clever and helpful as you! Thank you so much! Hope you have an amazing 2012!

Best wishes. Mark.

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Mike January 4, 2012 at 6:58 pm

Flattery gets you everywhere :-) Thanks for your kind comments.

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Joeseph January 5, 2012 at 1:58 am

Please help me get a student discount. I am in Toronto, Canada. Please I don’t have enough money to actually pay full price. Is there anyway you can show me or paste a link for any University/College or whatever works in Toronto, Canada? I hope you can help I don’t have a lot of money. I’m being completely honest and if you can help thanks, if not thank you anyways.

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Joeseph January 5, 2012 at 2:28 am

I forgot to mention that here in Toronto, Canada we use Apple.ca as a website not com, nor uk. Hope you can help me get my student discount on my home Pc where I can browse about. Thanks

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Mike January 5, 2012 at 11:08 am

Hi Joespeh,

I did this for UK students, not international non-students.

If you’re looking to save money on an Apple computer, you could try the Apple refurb store http://store.apple.com/ca/browse/home/specialdeals/mac or second hand on eBay http://www.ebay.ca

Or alternatively consider a PC. PC’s are generally priced much lower than Macs.

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j January 5, 2012 at 11:31 am

do you have to supply proof because i don’t have id yet

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Mike January 5, 2012 at 11:34 am

Read the comments above.

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j January 5, 2012 at 11:38 am

i did none of the comments give an answer

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Mike January 5, 2012 at 11:38 am

You have to be a student and if you don’t have your ID, as a fellow commenter suggests, try your university admissions office.

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Joeseph January 6, 2012 at 1:58 am

I am a student sir I just need the info for Toronto so I can do it at home before my new course starts. I have the proof and everything I’d just like the URL. They tell me I can’t do it I’ve the phone. I don’t know why I can’t just do it over the phone, the rep said to do it at my UNI.

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Adam1001001 March 21, 2012 at 6:10 pm

http://store.apple.com/ca_edu_108335
That should be the University of Toronto if you still need it.

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RJW January 7, 2012 at 7:55 pm

Is there a code for the College of Law (Birmingham)?
Many thanks…

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Tim January 23, 2012 at 9:18 pm

This is really useful. Open University don’t have a campus, it’s all distance learning. I did wonder if I could still get discount.

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SteveTT January 26, 2012 at 4:00 pm

This doesn’t work anymore

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SteveTT January 26, 2012 at 4:03 pm

Amended Comment:
This doesn’t work anymore for open university (UK)

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Mike January 26, 2012 at 4:05 pm

I went to check a few URL’s and you’re right – they appear to be (temporarily?) down.

The Open University one however is still up and moreover it now sports a huge (328×301 pixel) OU logo on the landing page.

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VC January 29, 2012 at 4:41 pm

Appreciate your technical skills, Mike. :) . Hope you might have modified by now to selectively pull stuff from the html-pages, using something similar to Regular Expressions too.

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Cheeky January 31, 2012 at 6:06 pm

Well your link works fabulously as I’ve literally just taken delivery of my whizzbang new Macbook Pro saving 15%.

The order process was seamless and worked like a treat.

I simply made my order, it was confirmed, about 9 hrs later shipment was notified and 2 working days later it arrived!

I’m really pleased, no student ID asked for either.

Thanks!!!!!

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Gabs February 4, 2012 at 10:51 am

Hi Mike – just came across this and wanted to commend you on your patience :) You’ve also explained a potential hazard from ordering at home. My laptop’s just packed it in mid-term, so I have no option but to order from uni. Will do it next week. Thanks and try not to feel walked over by those demanding more of your kindness x

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James February 18, 2012 at 5:00 pm

Wow thanks, Don’t have to trek up to Uni on this horrid day!! Got me a Macbook Pro for such a cheap price, now I have more drinking money!!

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Ben February 24, 2012 at 9:56 am

I followed your link for the University of Essex website which worked, thanks, quidco are currently doing a 6% discount on apple products, 3% for student products is there anyway of going through your shortcut and linking it to quidco, I only ask because when i go through quidco it comes up with the ‘correct way’ and I need to be on my uni’s network. Any help would be much appreciated. Many thanks

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Derek February 25, 2012 at 12:27 pm

Thank you very much for taking the time to figure this out and share it! Being an OU student with a 2 year old Mac, I now don’t have to wait until tutorial day or try to guess what discount level applies to what item.

Cheers!

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Tom March 19, 2012 at 3:39 pm

Thanks Mike.

I will (as long as I don’t massively screw up my exams in the summer) be going to Uni in September, but ideally I would like to get a MacBook Pro before then. From what I have read elsewhere, if I take my UCAS confirmation letter into my local Apple Store there’s a chance they will give me the discount there and then. If not, the links you’ve provided will be my fallback plan. Has anybody been in a similar situation, and if so do you have any advice? It’d be much appreciated if so.

And just so you know, my desire to get one before then is not (completely ;) ) down to impatience as I would like the MacBook while it still has the optical drive. If the rumours are to be believed by the time I can totally legitimately buy one with the discount the disk drive will no longer be part of the MacBook range.

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Mike March 19, 2012 at 5:12 pm

Hi Tom,

I expect that the Apple store will honour a UCAS acceptance letter. However these codes may be useful to you in any case.

I may be starting a course myself later in the year with the Open University so it will be quite helpful to save a few pounds on a Macbook Pro, then.

Regarding the optical drive – these can be easily added via a third party accessory. I expect that Apple will release one at the same time as the Macbook Pro refresh. The 2012 models are likely to have Intel’s IvyBridge processors too, so that’s faster processors, more powerful graphics processing and USB 3.0.. Overall much more useful than an optical drive although I’m a little concerned that they might choose to solder the RAM and HDD on board.. which would make upgrading either impossible or more expensive at best.

All the best,

Mike

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Tom March 19, 2012 at 5:57 pm

Thanks Mike, I’ll give it a go with the UCAS letter then use the codes if that doesn’t work.

I see what you mean about the potential benefits of waiting for the upgrade, but for me the extra performance is not a necessity. People may question my choice of an expensive MacBook over windows or Linux as I don’t need the performance, but I find macs so much easier to use and organise myself with, and it is the only time I’ll be able to afford one for quite a while I think I’ll go for it. As you point out the risk of the RAM being soldered to the board concerns me a little, again making the current generation more appealing.

Good luck with your OU course and thanks again for the links.

Tom

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Adam1001001 March 21, 2012 at 6:16 pm

Why would they solder the RAM? That just seems a ridiculously awful thing to do. The only benefit would be less chance of heating elements and a forced upgrade to a new machine!

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Stefanie March 26, 2012 at 9:29 pm

I phoned up the Apple Education line this morning and asked whether I would be able to get the discount even though my place at university hadn’t *technically* been confirmed yet (I’ve been told via email that I’ll be getting an offer but I’m still waiting), if I placed an order and then sent confirmation of my place to them within seven days.

As I am actually going to be a student there in September, do you think I could use the University of East Anglia code now and then send confirmation once I get it, that is, if they even ask?

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Samuel April 13, 2012 at 3:04 pm

I found this post extremely useful, as I will be going to University this September. I knew that there was a higher rate of discount for University students, as opposed to the third option on the online Apple Store which only offers a limited discount on products. Because of the usefulness to this, I have included a link to a post on my own website about purchasing Macs for uni.

Thanks!

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Mike April 13, 2012 at 3:12 pm

Thanks Samuel,

I found your article on searching for a laptop for Uni very interesting! Way back when I was at University, I found an IBM ThinkPad for about £150 whilst in my second year. It was small and portable and pretty rugged for it’s time, although it wasn’t particularly fast or enjoyable to use…

The market today is enviable for a Uni laptop and I can heartily recommend the Macbooks, particularly during the “Back to School” promotion that Apple runs around June (if you can wait that long).

To everyone in a similar boat to Samuel, looking for a Uni laptop – his experiences make for a good read: http://samuel-gould.com/2012/04/13/where-to-buy-a-macbook-for-university/#more-987

Mike

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Samuel April 13, 2012 at 3:25 pm

Thanks Mike, I found that a lot of my mates where asking the same thing as I was, so this page has proven useful to us all. One question, our HR establishment at the moment isn’t listed on there, is there a way of finding out if it has it’s own page or not?

Sam

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Mike April 13, 2012 at 3:30 pm

Hi Samuel,

I’m sorry to hear that the establishment isn’t on the list. Unfortunately there’s no easy way to find out if it has it’s own public URL. I would have thought it does, but I don’t know what it is, sorry :(

If I were you, I’d log in from the University Library at the soonest opportunity and see if the URL code is shown while browsing the store or hovering the mouse over any of the hyperlinks on the page).

All the best,

Mike

Samuel April 13, 2012 at 3:31 pm

Hey,

I’ll check it out when I’m next in, thank you for a great post though!!

Sam

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Mike April 13, 2012 at 9:14 pm

Thanks :) If you remember, I’d like to know if you find out what the code is :)

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unicorn April 17, 2012 at 6:29 pm

this is brilliant! I finished uni two years ago and my macbook was only three years old then and couldn’t justify getting a new mac at the time.. I was going to just walk into Uni and ask one of my lectures if i could use their computer for five minutes.. or log into a free computer in the labs that have a generic username and password! This article will save me the hassle! many thanks!

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Patience April 17, 2012 at 11:50 pm

thanks mate. this was really helpful.
xoxo

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Craig Kelly April 19, 2012 at 8:47 pm

Hi, I have found my Uni and gone to iPad to choose and its no where near 15% discount more like 5. Have i done something wrong ?

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Guy April 22, 2012 at 4:27 pm

None of the discounts seem to be anywhere near 15% anymore. I am still a uni student and only I save a total of £10 on most items.

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Kenny April 28, 2012 at 5:56 pm

Great article. I’m trying to read between the lines here, but having a dense moment; has anyone been so audacious to try this and be successful I.e non students? Thanks.

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BargainHunter June 22, 2012 at 1:07 pm

I too am interested in this train of thought. If Apple are not checking every order taken on the website its worth a shot?

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Katinka August 6, 2012 at 9:48 am

I’ve just ordered a MBP from the Thames Valley University/University of West London site using the code above. By accepting the T&C, I declared that I’m entitled to purchase under the education conditions. That’s it. No further questions asked. I just received my order confirmation email, which means that my order has been accepted by Apple. Happy times! :D

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Matt May 15, 2012 at 11:48 pm

Mike,
What will Apple want from you to get the discount if I buy online? Is it just reading to them details over the phone or something? Basically its for my friend, said she used to use a discount card to get student discount from places, such as food, cinema etc. Question being does she need to provide this discount code or just any proof that shes a student? She wants to buy one but she graduates in July so she hasn’t paid for a new discount card if that’s what you need. Please help and thanks!

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Mike May 16, 2012 at 12:42 am

Hi Matt, any proof will suffice. Apple may ask you to upload an image to prove student status before releasing the order.

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Matt May 16, 2012 at 11:11 pm

Mike, thanks thats good news! I’ll probably be waiting till next month as the new models should be released. I’ll keep you posted on how it goes for other people benefit

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bib June 4, 2012 at 4:57 pm

Are the discounts the same across all universities?

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Natalie June 12, 2012 at 3:47 am

This is extremely useful, thanks :)

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Adam June 12, 2012 at 3:44 pm

Thank’s for the time and effort put into this! Im going to uni in September and have a conditional offer all I need to do is send my qualifications off but I thought I wont give this a cheeky shot on the new 15″ Retina model.

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Mike Bowden June 12, 2012 at 8:26 pm

Was wondering how you can still use quidco/topcashback from an external computer seen as you have to enter a new address in the address bar. It will then no longer be tracked by quidco?

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Mike June 12, 2012 at 8:28 pm

Hi Mr Bowden,

That’s right. If you use a direct link, you cannot use QuidCo/TopCashback. You >might< be able to get cashback if you log in from University/College however there is no guarantee it will track since the cashback sites’ offers appear to be based upon retail, and not student pricing.

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Josh June 24, 2012 at 6:32 pm

From Quidco you need to choose the cashback offer that has these details:
“Students, teachers and staff get an £70 iTunes Gift Card when they buy a Mac, and you can save even more on a Mac with education pricing on the Apple Online Store for Education* (more details)”

Quidco then provide an edu URL affiliate link that looks like this (will be unique to your visit):
http://store.apple.com/uk-edu?afid=QUIDCOAFFILID

Replacing the URL with:
http://store.apple.com/uk_edu_5000XXX?afid=QUIDCOAFFILID

Should do the trick to getting it to track. Otherwise the safest bet is to do it from your Universities Campus/Network

Re: Mike’s comment there is currently an EDU link available on Quidco however if this isn’t always there there is also a separate Quidco for NUS card holders that does always have the edu cash back links:

http://nus.quidco.com/home/

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Kyle Style June 12, 2012 at 10:51 pm

So what exactly happens when you order offsite through one of these links? Will Apple definitely ask you for confirmation of a Uni place? How will they ask you?

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Elliot June 13, 2012 at 10:57 pm

Great article, thanks for putting the effort in! One question about proof, do you think a screenshot of my accepted conditional offer on the UCAS site would be enough? Or do they require something like an ID card or other proof from the university?

Thanks!

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Ben June 15, 2012 at 11:12 am

I took advantage of the student discount around 3 years ago in the Apple store, which was so helpful at the time. I was just looking for the percentage discount that University students get, since I never got around to looking at the pages on the Uni campus last year.

I worked out that there isn’t a 15% store-wide discount on the Macs, but rather a scale of discount. For example, the 2.3GHz gives you 11% off the retail price, where as the 12-Core Mac Pro gives a whopping 19% discount.

Basically, the more expensive the computer, the more the discount that Apple gives! Might be worth updating the article with this, as I thought it was a static 15% across everything which it might have been previously, but I hope it helps anyway! I’ve listed the retail price, University price and percentage discount below :) (The product names were too hard to format in the comment field)

£529.00 £476.40 1.1104
£699.00 £628.80 1.1116
£849.00 £729.60 1.1637
£849.00 £764.40 1.1107
£929.00 £799.20 1.1624
£999.00 £859.20 1.1627
£999.00 £859.20 1.1627
£999.00 £879.60 1.1357
£1,249.00 £1,074.00 1.1629
£1,249.00 £1,074.00 1.1629
£1,249.00 £1,099.20 1.1363
£1,399.00 £1,231.20 1.1363
£1,499.00 £1,288.80 1.1631
£1,649.00 £1,450.80 1.1366
£1,799.00 £1,528.80 1.1767
£1,799.00 £1,528.80 1.1767
£2,049.00 £1,720.80 1.1907
£2,299.00 £1,953.60 1.1768
£2,449.00 £2,056.80 1.1907
£3,099.00 £2,602.80 1.1906

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Blue Ocean June 15, 2012 at 11:13 pm

Thanks for this. However, there doesn’t seem to be a code for Warwick (my guess is that it belongs in the empty 5000852 slot). Do you think I could get away with ordering it from a different uni’s HE store, or would I be better off ordering over the phone? It’s just… I hate talking to salespeople!

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Proteus June 19, 2012 at 7:06 pm

The code for Warwick University is: 5002640. I’m not sure if this was the case when Mike originally compiled his list but all of the edu codes and their corresponding universities are available via the store’s page source (http://store.apple.com/uk/browse/home/education_routing/find_your_institution), just search for ‘uniDataModel’.

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Blue Ocean June 28, 2012 at 1:33 pm

Thanks a bunch! I didn’t think the page source would have all the codes listed neatly like that :P

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Sion Hughes June 18, 2012 at 9:19 am

Links don’t seem to be working over the last few days. Have Apple stopped access now?

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Mike June 18, 2012 at 9:20 am

They are working, Sion. Which link isn’t working for you?

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Chris June 19, 2012 at 2:28 am

I’m scared. I am going to Lancaster uni this September. We’re not doing anything wrong are we?

Thanks!

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Applewiz June 21, 2012 at 10:40 am

Just ordered a shiny new 2012 MacBook. And I didn’t get any questions about proving student id for those of you wondering. Order shipped within a few hours and I’ve saved a pretty penny. Also, all HE orders come with a complimentary 3 year hardware applecare service, worth around £200 depending on the model you order.

Great work Mike, I owe you a beer.

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BargainHunter June 22, 2012 at 1:11 pm

Are you a student or did you chance it?

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John June 23, 2012 at 10:52 pm

are you a university student?

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BargainHunter June 24, 2012 at 11:39 am

No

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Chris July 6, 2012 at 10:16 am

Have you received the MacBook now with no problems?

Chris July 12, 2012 at 3:22 pm

Have you received it now no problems?

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Aaron June 26, 2012 at 11:32 am

Has anyone ordered who isnt a student and got away with it?
I’ve just finished studying at Oxford Aviation Academy (no uni) but fancy a mac at a cheaper price :P

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BargainHunter June 27, 2012 at 8:04 pm

Give it a go and let us know how you got on ;)

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Applewiz June 29, 2012 at 6:15 pm

Yes…as I said…no questions were asked.

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Chris June 30, 2012 at 8:16 am

I’ve been using the direct link to my University’s HE Apple Store since my first year, and I have never been asked for my Student I.D. or for other proof that I was at university. I have purchased a MacBook Pro, iMac and iPad 2, receiving discount for all. If you try to buy something that you are not entitled for Apple have the right to refuse your sale and have to refund you the money if they check and find that you are not a valid HE student.

This is from the HE Store’s terms and conditions for buying:

2. Placing Your Order
2.1 To place an Order you must be 18 years of age or over and be accessible by non cellular telephone. In order to benefit from the special discounts on the Apple Store that has been set up for those eligible to purchase under the HE National Agreement you must be either a registered student and possess a valid student I.D. or you must be engaged or employed by an eligible education institution and be entitled to purchase in accordance with the terms and conditions of the HE National Agreement and must require the Produce for your own use or for classes or for research. Apple is entitled at anytime to require that you produce evidence of your entitlement to purchase under this provision. Apple reserves the right to cancel your order in its absolute discretion if we should determine that you are not a student, teacher or lecturer at an education institution entitled to purchase in accordance with the terms and conditions of the HE National Agreement and/or that you do not require the Product for your own use or for teaching or research purposes. We will inform you if we cancel your order on the above basis. Any payments you have made will be refunded to you.

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Shajia July 3, 2012 at 1:32 am

Hi,

The codes dont seem to be working any more :(
I tried Uni of Westminster (my uni) but it just says page not found as well trying LSE (my sis’s uni), again the same message appears

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Ashii July 10, 2012 at 11:36 am

u must be retarded! ur sister goes to lse and u go to westminster

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Shajia July 17, 2012 at 4:28 pm

No u idiot, I tried with my uni to see if I could personally buy it then tried it with LSE, to see if my sister could buy the laptop for me

Prick!

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Shajia July 17, 2012 at 4:30 pm

And so what if i go to westminster?? Stupid dickhead!

milo July 9, 2012 at 12:31 pm

whats the code for Leeds college of art and design???

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Tunde July 11, 2012 at 8:24 pm

Thanks, bit tricky when I study with open university as im never on campus and work from home, saved me a trip to the shop or a phone call, thanks!

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Prof E July 19, 2012 at 5:42 am

I live abroad atm and even without student discount Apple devices here are much cheaper than Apple’s UK HE discount. Wonder when capitalists and opportunists in UK will stop taking advantages to UK community. Rich become richer. High earner only need to pay less for tax (some can even dodge it) while commoner like us pay nearly 20%. Inflation has come to its lowest point since 2009 but we still pay for ripped off items! Student (or low income earner) should be banned from paying VAT

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Jim August 21, 2012 at 2:08 am

the government to blame here, but not sure how students not paying VAT would work. would it be another card to carry around? and not every store will take it?? we have to pay to get discount, like NUS card??

also, you would have to prove you’ve been a student for the time you say you have. many students drop out, so why should they continue to benefit??

plus you would get students buying everything, for everyone.

no, not viable at all, i’m afraid… but i do agree we should get discount on EVERYTHING and not have to pay for the card… NUS *ahem* scum *ahem*

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crochet July 29, 2012 at 6:39 pm

I have just used the link, I am a genuine Open University student and I live nowhere near the campus – it would have cost me the amount I saved just on fuel. Successfully bought an ipad + smartcase (solid hard one), both engraved. Altogether I paid £426, saving a total of £35, AND I got a free appstore card for £35 worth of apps so including that I’ve saved/benefited by £70.

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Roger August 6, 2012 at 4:53 pm

Unfortunately none of the links work anymore :(

You have to be connected to your university system to order.

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Mike August 6, 2012 at 5:13 pm

Hi Roger,

Yes they do – which link are you using? See the comments above for possible difficulties and solutions.

All the best,

Mike

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Mark August 6, 2012 at 9:17 pm

Mike

I can’t seem to get the link to work for me, either. I’m trying the following URL: -
http://store.apple.com/uk_edu_5000716

And I get taken to the standard Apple “Page not found” page.

I’ve tried with multiple different ID’s. Any idea?

Cheers

Mark.

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Mark August 6, 2012 at 9:19 pm

Scratch that – got it to work. Thanks!

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Gazza August 9, 2012 at 10:30 am

Could you tell us how? I’m getting page not found for my Uni.

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Anon August 7, 2012 at 5:54 pm

Hey,

I used this – worked a treat – 15% off an imac 27inch i7 etc etc really added up. They messed up delivery about 6 times and gave me £70 off on top… and a £60 app store gift card. All of that and they still made a healthy profit no doubt… so I don’t feel at all bad that I’m not even a student.

Cheers,

e

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Emma August 21, 2012 at 2:16 pm

Hey!

I’ve just logged into the student site via my uni, but when I go to purchase the Mac it only gives a 6% discount and not the 15%. Am I doing something wrong?? How did you get 15%? A few months back when I inquired in store they said about the 15%, but I’m afraid that offer has passed?

Thanks,

Emma

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John August 10, 2012 at 11:20 pm

Also getting page not found for my uni, how did you get it working? Or is there something obv I’m doing wrong?

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alice August 11, 2012 at 8:35 pm

hey guys i found when i copied the url that i got taken to the page not found page, however just delete one of the ’0′ in the url before you put in the code for your uni and found that it works

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Dave August 14, 2012 at 12:57 pm

For those of you doubting this works…

I was a student and took advantage of the discount at Uni. After leaving i then went back and placed a new order, and then I helped another friend order a Mac at the Uni even though she wasn’t a student there. All she got was a phone call asking what Uni she goes to and confirmed the order. So just remember what uni code you used in case they call you up!

I’ve not been at uni for 3 years, but the links work great and I’ve just blagged a nice shiny new iPad. Many thanks for the hard work!

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Jim August 21, 2012 at 1:59 am

ummm, wow, you bought an iPad with student discount… a whole £12. WOW!!! that’s on basic model.

although, in their terms and conditions it states – Purchaser must be eligible for Apple Education Individual Pricing; education pricing is not available for iPad. – so no discount on iPad??

so, did you really get a discount, or were you a bit over excited and never noticed?! =P

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Susie August 14, 2012 at 8:26 pm

Does anyone know if you use it and are not a student if they could ask for ID later like when you used apple care for a repair ?

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Elly August 18, 2012 at 8:13 pm

Hey a has anyone ordered and then received the laptop in fully working order?! Don’t want to risk the laptop never turning up!! :)

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Adam August 20, 2012 at 11:04 am

I don’t understand how non-students can justify using this discount!

Sure, there is a large saving but doesn’t the fact that you are abusing the privilege given to students weight on your conscience?!

Seriously, if you aren’t a student deal with the fact that you have to pay full price or if you aren’t ordering a built-to-order Mac then buy from Amazon UK who offer a £100 saving.

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Jim August 21, 2012 at 2:04 am

actually, on basic 21.5 inch iMac, amazon uk only has a £59 saving. basic macbook pro is £40 saving. so please, do tell us where the £100 saving is!! i’m kinda interested in buying…

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Cyril August 23, 2012 at 10:39 pm

Can anyone advise what the correct link for University of Exeter is please? I keep getting a 404 when using Mike’s original guide.

Thanks.

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Cyril August 23, 2012 at 10:41 pm

^ Ignore this.
Fat fingers caused the 404, not Mike’s guide ;-)

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Mike August 28, 2012 at 7:02 pm

:) Glad you got it sorted.

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Tim August 25, 2012 at 5:06 pm

Hey, I was just wondering if you can use somebody else’s card to purchase the MacBook? Im actually a student at uni but was going to use my mums card to pay. Is this possible? Thanks :)

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Sammy September 1, 2012 at 8:44 pm

Not sure what to do. I’m a college student a level student not a Uni one but I want the full discount. I don’t want to get in trouble

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Oli September 3, 2012 at 9:26 am

I’m going to be going to university next year but this is probably the last chance I’ll have to buy a MPB before I leave uni, as I make my spending money from photography, and my last job got me just enough to buy one. I won’t be working again now either so I can concentrate on nailing A2 levels, and I don’t want my parents to fork out for it. So I’ll give it a shot today before I end up spending the money on something else (inevitable), will report back later.

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Max September 4, 2012 at 10:54 pm

Question im starting a 3 month course at Gloucestershire College this month is this classed as student identity. Plus does Gloucestershire College have a Code?

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Aimee September 5, 2012 at 12:16 pm

Does this no longer work? when using my university’s code (I tried others too), I just get:

“Oops!
An error occurred.

Return to store

Darn. I hate the Apple Store.

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Anderson September 10, 2012 at 4:48 pm

I have the same problem as Aimee!

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Jamie September 13, 2012 at 10:20 am

It looks like Apple have finally figured it out, this was working fine last week. Ah well, thanks for the post Mike. I didn’t get to make a purchase but I’m sure you helped a lot of people.

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Neil September 13, 2012 at 10:49 am

Since apple released the iPhone 5 and put the website back online I can’t get the links to work! Any one else having problems?

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Jamie September 13, 2012 at 12:35 pm

Just tried again, all working now! Yay! It must have been a temporary hiccup or they were busy updating the education store with the new products released yesterday. If you need a new Mac or Apple product for your studies, buy now because who knows when these public URLs will permanently stop working. Thanks again Mike for the wonderful post. Most people would have kept it to themselves.

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Mike September 16, 2012 at 3:31 pm

Thanks Jamie, I’m glad you got it sorted :-)

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Thomas September 16, 2012 at 3:12 pm

incredibly helpful. cheers big man

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Mike September 16, 2012 at 3:30 pm

…. I’m not THAT big! Ok, diet coke it is, then …

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Matt September 16, 2012 at 10:19 pm

I just tried this with my University and it worked perfectly.

For anyone wondering wether it will or won’t, don’t worry. It does.

:)

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Chris September 18, 2012 at 5:26 pm

Can anyone else see these pages when off campus? I’ve tried from here at home, on Sunday, Monday and today. They do not seem to work.

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DS September 21, 2012 at 11:19 am

thanks but it does not work now.

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DS September 21, 2012 at 11:24 am

working now

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EJ September 23, 2012 at 3:23 pm

Awesome. Typing this from my brand new Mac, which I got £150 off with this. I should feel a little guilty that I left uni four years ago, but no student has the money to take advantage of great deals!!

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andt September 29, 2012 at 8:40 am

brilliant!

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DL September 28, 2012 at 10:11 pm

A quick thanks Mike, My first Mac just delivered. Full student discount applied, £70 appstore credit and no need to upload any docs.
Only one gripe, for a premium retailer 7 days to deliver was sloooooow..:-)

D

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Daz September 30, 2012 at 9:00 am

You total f*cking star!!!!!!

You just saved me some decent money

Thanks SOOOOOOOOO much

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Paul October 5, 2012 at 11:04 am

Tried this October 2012 but doesn’t seem to work any more.

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Azaz October 17, 2012 at 11:59 pm

When you click the original link provided you’ll notice that URL comes with one extra zero after 5 i.e http://store.apple.com/uk_edu_50000600 whereas it should be http://store.apple.com/uk_edu_5000600 and that’s the reason you can’t get the discount. Either copy and paste the link or take one zero away and it will be all good.
Regards

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Kate October 28, 2012 at 12:42 pm

I inputed the right code and still can’t get discount :( can anyone help??

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MAZ January 30, 2013 at 4:47 pm

azaz = 5 star genius – thanks a bunch saved me nearly £ 300 !

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L October 10, 2012 at 5:57 am

Just finally got it working:

(hey guys i found when i copied the url that i got taken to the page not found page, however just delete one of the ’0′ in the url before you put in the code for your uni and found that it works)

It what the problem is for most people. I am a uni student, but a lazy one. ;)

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Carly October 13, 2012 at 11:02 am

The link didnt work for me….BUT, if you type in the code i.e ….ID: 5000866 equals “AOS: UK HE Agreement Ystrad Mynach College” the 5000866 just change the number to your uni in the link and it should still work…did for me :)

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Barry October 20, 2012 at 2:51 pm

Marc, you complete star! We’ve moved to the Netherlands and our kids will join Uni over here. Any pointers on how to find our the codes for the Universities in Holland? (Saves us shipping it from the Uk to here)

Thanks again!

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Barry October 20, 2012 at 2:52 pm

Sorry…don’t know why I typed “Marc”…I meant Mike!! (Oeps)

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Mike October 22, 2012 at 1:42 pm

Hi Barry,

If you can find me a link to a Netherlands edu institution from the Apple site I’ll see what I can do :)

Marc (I mean, Mike!) :)

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Barry October 22, 2012 at 4:23 pm

Hi Mike ;)

Thanks for your reply. When i go to http://www.apple.nl and select education I do not get a pop up window or other option to select a University.
My son will join the Technical University in Delft (known as TU Delft) and they seem to have a seperate website through which you need to log-in ( https://www.surfspot.nl/homepage.htm?returnUrl=%2fSURFspot%2fTask ) .
Maybe the system is different over here?

Cheers

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Mr Singh October 26, 2012 at 11:38 am

The link seems to have stopped working for the UK site.

Can anyone else confirm?

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- October 26, 2012 at 10:07 pm

Every time i seem to go on any of these links it seems to work fine (I’m on the university page) but none of the products seem to have any discount on them! I know these links have worked in the past as I brought my imac using this page, but now i want logic studio and I a ipad and i can’t seem to get any luck.

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- October 26, 2012 at 10:13 pm

Thanks btw, you’ve already saved me a bunch!

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JOhn October 26, 2012 at 10:46 pm

thank you so much. upgraded to hi resscreen and 7200rpm hdd, still cheaper than the standard

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Kate October 28, 2012 at 11:48 am

Hi mike,

I am trying to access the huddersfield university link and when I do get on and try and buy the new ipad it doesn’t give me any discount? Can anyone help? Also would it give discount on refurbished items as well?

Thanks

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Dooley November 1, 2012 at 11:03 pm

You need to take one of the ’0′s out then it come up fine :-)

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Kate November 3, 2012 at 12:41 pm

I have taken one of the 0s out it still didnt take any money off

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Jamie November 7, 2012 at 10:18 am

Hi Kate,

Which iPad are you trying to buy? There are no discounts on the iPad Mini but you should get a small discount on the iPad 2 and iPad with Retina Display. Also, refurbished items have already been discounted so you won’t get an educational discount on top of that.

Jamie

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Who October 29, 2012 at 9:49 am

This is working as of October 29th. I ordered a MBP on Friday evening. It’s Monday morning and it’s just been marked as dispatched. Super fast, especially considering it was custom configuration job. A huge thanks to the original poster, you saved me almost £400!

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Mike November 25, 2012 at 8:49 pm

You’re welcome, enjoy your Macbook Pro!

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DL November 1, 2012 at 2:30 pm

Hi,

Further to my previous comment, about a month after my MBA was delivered I have received an email confirming 3 years Applecare. Superb value as I had declined the offer of 2 years at £199 at the time of order.

D

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Mike November 25, 2012 at 8:49 pm

Thanks for letting me know – enjoy your Macbook Air!

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smithy January 7, 2013 at 3:29 am

Happened to me too – it’s not overly clear from the letter you get (I thought it meant I’d inadvertently PAID for the aftercare) but with the educational discount you get 3 years’ Applecare as standard. Sweet !

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Tom November 4, 2012 at 2:39 pm

There doesn’t seem to be any discount? I go to the west Cumbria page and then to shop iphone but the 32gb iphone 5 is still 599 quid at checkout?

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Jamie November 7, 2012 at 10:31 am

There are no discounts on iPhones. I don’t think even Apple employees get discounts on iPhones.

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Mike November 25, 2012 at 8:49 pm

^ This. Apple don’t ever discount the iPhone and usually only offer a small token discount on the iPad (it might be better to go through QuidCo/TCB for a small cashback payment instead of trying for a discount)

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alice November 6, 2012 at 1:35 pm

Thanks! Can’t connect to my university’s VPN from where I am so this was very helpful for that impulsive iPad buy that everyone experiences at some point in their lives…

Most people don’t give in but I am weak.

So weak.

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Mike November 25, 2012 at 8:47 pm
Jk November 25, 2012 at 8:45 pm

Does not work

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Mike November 25, 2012 at 8:46 pm

Does too! (have you read the comments above?)

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Bhav November 25, 2012 at 10:20 pm

A great, useful post!

I’m a student studying for the ACCA qualification (Assoc of Chartered Certified Accountants) and have a NUS card though I’m not at uni.

I don’t suppose anyone knows if I can legally order off one of these sites?

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Bhav November 28, 2012 at 4:50 pm

Issue resolved. :)

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Lyd December 4, 2012 at 12:54 pm

Bhav or Mike

Same applies to me – I’m not actually at UNI but am a student studying for an IAM qualification. Can I legally get this offer?

Thanks

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Mike December 4, 2012 at 12:55 pm

If your institution is listed, absolutely. Next year I’m hoping to start a new course with the Open University and fingers crossed this workaround still applies then :)

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Bhav November 25, 2012 at 10:24 pm

Also, does anyone have a list (or a link to a list) of the accessories that the education discount applies to?

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ruom December 4, 2012 at 1:54 pm

Loughborough University link is http://store.apple.com/uk_edu_5002639

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ray December 4, 2012 at 7:09 pm

It does not work now. anyone tried recently?

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Mike Tysonasaoksaxajbn December 6, 2012 at 9:42 pm

Hi, yes it seems like it still works. I am about to buy a new Macbook and the updated prices have appeared. For example Macbook normal price is listed as £999 and with University discount its down to ££859!

Get it before they stop this workaround

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dodo December 10, 2012 at 3:42 pm

i’m trying to buy an ipad 3 with the uni discount but the discount is just about 3%. is that how much it should be?

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Mari December 13, 2012 at 12:53 am

You’re a star… Planning on getting a mac book pro and I felt like I reached a brick wall when I remembered I (thought) couldn’t access the edu links.

Thank you

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Mike December 18, 2012 at 12:14 pm

Thanks Mari :-)

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Dave December 17, 2012 at 2:22 pm

Nice one, just a little £12 off an ipad, but now I know it works I will definitely be using this when I buy an iMac in a few months time.

Thanks bro!

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Mike December 18, 2012 at 12:14 pm

You’re welcome :-)

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Sam December 18, 2012 at 12:12 pm

how often do they ask for proof ? i currently have about 10 friends in uni that can help me out with this if i need proof, but how likely is it that i’ll need to ??

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Mike December 18, 2012 at 12:13 pm

Ten mates in Uni? Easy solution: They buy it for you and you give them the money. Plus a bit more for a beer :-)

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Chloe December 24, 2012 at 1:39 am

Is it possible to borrow a friend’s student ID but pay it yourself? The link for the uni i have friends at works, and i’d like to buy a MBP but pay it myself, im wondering at what point do they check if youre a student there?

thanks

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markapple0507 December 24, 2012 at 8:00 am

Chloe, I would say that is definitely a big chance they might not allow you to do it. But at the same time, what’s the worse they can do??? Like the OP said they’ll just deny your order, they’re not gonna screw and take your money.

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markapple0507 December 24, 2012 at 7:57 am

Any love for USA??? I found it works great for the you guys, but I obviously can’t use it.

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Curiosity December 28, 2012 at 3:58 am

Are there any discounts from Apple for the students in the USA? :)

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Clarkeee December 30, 2012 at 8:22 pm

Brilliant – thanks Mike – saved £200 !
Ordered on 26 Dec, delivered no questions on 28 Dec.

Not seen anything regarding the 3 year apple care for students though? Does this naturally follow by post??

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Clarkeee January 28, 2013 at 8:59 pm

My 3 year applecare also thrown in being a “student” also arrived now – that must have saved another £150 or so :))))

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Giles February 11, 2013 at 11:55 pm

Hi Clarkeee the ‘Student’ !
Can you tell me if you requested 3 year Applecare (FOC) at the time of ordering….or did it simply turn up a month later in the post???

Cheers!

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David January 15, 2013 at 12:50 am

So just to get this straight, any person can get student discount by following this link ???

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Dave January 21, 2013 at 11:07 pm

Can anyone explain how the 3 years AppleCare for £65 and £70 of App Store credit works?

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MAZ January 30, 2013 at 2:20 pm

you = GENIUS

me = GRATEFUL

saved me nearly £ 300 ! : )

maz xxx

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Worked for me – Saved on retina display Mac book Pro – Brilliant Thank you!

A few of us discovered that you can do a similar thing on this website… savi owl
It is a UK loyalty program website that offers discounts on well known brands to large organisations and memberships.

By adding ‘/privileged_user/811xxxxxx’ to the url and messing around with the code number
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However as a student it currently offers 20% discount. Try entering
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Initially it does not look like it’s worked as the prices are the same, but you don’t see the discounted prices until goods are added to the basket. I saved loads on the bits that I bought

I guess it’s meant to work when arriving from a company benefit schemes or university portal websites. If you play around it seems to have a list of members similar to the ones you list above. Hope this helps others and fellow students in need!

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d April 16, 2013 at 11:30 pm

does it work on iphones???

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Seb Coulthread April 18, 2013 at 6:06 pm

Has it stopped working for anyone else? I am a student (my college is not listed there) and have spent the last 9 months saving for this, finally have the money and it seems to be taken down! :(

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Georgia April 18, 2013 at 7:22 pm

Yup, URL no longer works

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Tom April 18, 2013 at 8:26 pm

Does this completely not work anymore??? :( saved for ages to wait till June for the new MacBooks’s :( Student in September, guess I am gonna be waiting ….

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Neil April 26, 2013 at 9:51 pm

this has just worked for me (but shhhh i’m not a student) massive thanks for saving me over £200

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Jan Figliola April 30, 2013 at 9:51 pm

Hi,
My son is a student doing a music degree at University College of Falmouth (UCF) and I don’t see the code for that Uni. Can anyone help with this please

regards Jan

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Leila May 30, 2013 at 4:41 pm

For Falmouth use Exeter. They’re linked :)

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Chris May 19, 2013 at 11:49 am

Thanks a bunch, saved 15% on my macbook and free 3yr applecare !

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Leila May 30, 2013 at 4:38 pm

Mike,

This is uh-mazing, am about to press ‘Check Out’ but before I do… Is there ANY way that I can get in trouble for this? Is it illegal, or just an exploitable loophole?

(I’m not a very good rebel….)

Thanks! Leila

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Martin June 20, 2013 at 5:28 pm

Leila, did you buy using this? How did it go in the end?

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mephestic June 7, 2013 at 4:02 pm

Iv used this method and it works – im typing on my macbook pro I bought from this website! well chuffed.

Some words of advice though and read carefully:

1) sometimes the website will switch back to the normal one and it can change the amount in the basket to full price so always double check during checkout – this happened to me and i had to quickly cancel the order.
I think its dependant on clicking on some of the links on the website – some direct you back to the normal store while others allow you to continue as if you were in the education store.

2) USE TOPCASHBACK – they register Education apple purchases and if you do it this way it still shows up! I got another £27 ish cashback as I used topcash and then bought it through this method and it worked! Its worked 3 times (my brother and a colleague did it this way too).

Great site mike!

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John July 26, 2013 at 5:43 pm

Hi mephestic,

When I click ‘go to site’ on TOPCASHBACK – it goes to the full price Apple site. At this point shall I paste the Edu link, or did you do it another way?

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Martin June 20, 2013 at 5:27 pm

Ok, giving this a try, order placed and item dispatched, no questions asked yet but they might send the Apple police round after I’ve taken the delivery…

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Martin June 24, 2013 at 4:43 pm

Hi,
has anyone tried this and recived pc ok, or do they take your money and then ask for uni letter or some other ID? I found a site that offers a discount code for £20 or so, to get 14% discount and free applecare…… I am guessing he is ripping of these codes or something.

Leila / Martin – how did you get on, and Mike, did ‘Vickie’ encounter any problems with purchasing or getting repairs or service…..?

Cheers

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John July 25, 2013 at 8:37 pm

Hi,

This looks great! But I can’t find the Warwick University link?
Can anyone help?
Thank you,
John

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John July 25, 2013 at 9:55 pm

University of Warwick link:
http://store.apple.com/uk_edu_5002640
Alternatively you can log on to Warwick’s VPN on an ipad/iphone using the AnyConnect app.
Or on a pc just google your university’s vpn log on page.

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Peter March 31, 2014 at 11:37 am

that code isn’t working now it seems. Has anyone found a Warwick code that’s working?

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Victoria July 26, 2013 at 4:50 pm

I just placed an order, fingers crossed.Just wondering is it true we get 3 yrs of warranty with the online HE offer?

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Benny July 28, 2013 at 9:52 pm

Hi Mike,

Would love to give this a try but haven’t a clue on where to start – I’m no programmer!

Thanks in advance, Ben

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Tan M July 31, 2013 at 2:34 pm

It comes up as Page not found for some reason

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RG August 2, 2013 at 12:48 pm

I am not a student and I was so, so , so tempted to do this. I went as far as checkout, and yep it worked as described – and it would have given me a £150 discount over what I have actually ending paying plus 3 yrs Applecare (without phone support for year 2 & 3 )

Reason i decided not to click the order button & go through with this was in the end the Applecare situation.

I want to be assured that if my iMac dies on me after the initial year, that if I take it in to to get repaired or replaced, that nothing is going to come back to haunt me. What if a year and half in I need a hard drive replacing, I take it in, and at that point they require student ID or worse tell me that my applecare is null and void!!

I don’t want that risk/worry. i want to know my IMac is going to get sorted without having to be all cloak and dagger about it.

That said – any legit ‘students’ who cannot order normally by using a university computer or phoning the freephone number or going into a Apple Store – then yep this will totally work.

In the end I have decided to order using the slightly worse discount available to primary/secondary school pupils (my kids are both primary and secondary school) its not quite as deep a discount as the university one, and you don’t get applecare thrown in, but better than a kick in the teeth, and I have peace of mind.

But good luck to anyone who uses this – I’m sure it’ll be totally fine. If anyone has used this and then attempted to use applecare, that would be interesting to hear how it went.

Well done to Mike Wilson for the original post though – very clever stuff

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Adam August 16, 2013 at 3:42 pm

Whats the code for buck university?
Thanks in advance

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Frank August 22, 2013 at 8:40 am

RG – having used the Apple HE Store as a legitimate student, and having had to use the extended Apple Care warranty on my Macbook Pro, I can assure you they never ask to see student ID at the stage of taking the item in for service. At that stage the system no longer treats you as a student, just any customer with Apple Care. The only time you get asked for proof of student status is at random after order placing an order. If you fail to provide it, worse case scenario is they cancel the order and you have to make it again at full price.

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lewis August 25, 2013 at 4:33 pm

are apple still offering the 15% discount? all i seem to get is a card for 70 quids worth of apps…

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lewis August 25, 2013 at 4:34 pm

if i could delete this i would, i have found it and just look stupid now

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Nabil August 28, 2013 at 11:41 pm

Dude, No you’ve made me feel stupid since I can’t find the 15% discount. Please enlighten me

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Daniel November 1, 2013 at 8:45 pm

http://store.apple.com/uk/browse/home/education_routing

There you go mate – Im with Ravensbourne so I brought mine through the uni got something like 20% off and then because they want everyone to have they’re own laptops i got an extra £500 off through the uni

alex abate August 26, 2013 at 9:42 am

Hi,

what’s the link to Columbia Business School/NY?
Thanks

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Chloe Scott August 27, 2013 at 9:05 am

The code for Doncaster College doesn’t work? :( I am actually a student there but don’t go back until the 9th and I want to be able to get the £70 apps which ends on Sept 6th. Any help?

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richard September 12, 2013 at 3:06 pm

I am at BPP university, and wanted to order online to get an imac, but i cannot find out the bpp code like the others above. does anyone, or can anyone find out the code please?

thanks

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John September 12, 2013 at 9:08 pm

This ‘system’ seems to have stopped working recently??

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Corndog September 13, 2013 at 1:53 pm

Still works I think, placed order today

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John September 13, 2013 at 9:46 pm

Yes, it seems to be working again today; odd. Maybe they were doing some maintenance, as all of the numbers I tried all said the same message; page not found.

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Amit September 14, 2013 at 10:58 am

Mike you are a genius, I am so tempted to buy the iMac with the uni student discount, but like some others had said, it’s not worth the risk, if there is an issue with the PC and you need to use the warranty, you’ll get rumble!

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Marc September 15, 2013 at 7:18 pm

Hi would you know what the code For the university of Cumbria is? Cheers

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John September 20, 2013 at 2:33 pm

Hi,

I bought a MAC using this and you get the AppleCare agreement added to it, and a letter in the post, so I am guessing there would not be any problems. They would just look up the serial number, see that it is protected with apple care and repair or replace it? Maybe someone could let us know their experience o AppleCare generally, possibly outside of this agreement.

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Dodfaefife September 25, 2013 at 8:43 am

Looks like it’s broken. Getting an Apple ‘page not found’ error (sadface)

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Dan October 8, 2013 at 11:50 am

Really helpful page, great stuff.

Same concerns as others really regarding applecare. If anyone can shed some light on this it would be good.

Cheers x

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NaughtyBoi October 13, 2013 at 6:54 pm

Errrrrm guys, I don’t think anyone has anything to fear. I graduated in 2007 and I still buy all my Apple computers as a student.
Walk into the store with an ‘actual’ uni student, pretend to be their cousin and you’re buying it for them as a gift – simple (even works over the phone). I do that with MY name and MY address – a student isn’t going to turn down an easy £20 and free lunch offer – and guess what; I’ve never had to even give that… they’d do it for fun! (Maybe knowing & having students as friends helps me).

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graciek October 28, 2013 at 2:34 pm

Anyone used this as a non-student? I sadly graduated 3 years ago :(

Unless they do a check of names with the university – how would they know you’re not a legit student?

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Tony October 29, 2013 at 6:00 pm

What a brilliant find. Thanks Mike. :)

As a valid OU degree student I purchased using the appropraite link (as I cannot get onto the OU compus). I was not asked for id (but have it if tehy want it).

I tried phoning to see if if any different and they merely asked which uni and which course and offered me same 14% discounts. I said I woudl ring back later and then saw the 22nd October announcement looming up in 3 weeks time.So I waited until 22nd.

The site works and has saved me about 700 pounds (including applecare) ona macbook pro 15 inch retina with 16gb ram, 2.6ghz processor and 500gb ssd. £2040 – still a lot of money but could have been a lot worse!

Now just waiting the 2 week delivery time Aple don’t tell you about!

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Mac November 8, 2013 at 4:36 pm

does anyone know code to Anglia Ruskin university ?

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Cara November 15, 2013 at 3:53 pm

Brilliant post – thank you.
I really loathe the idea of having to put my card details on screen in the library. Now I can order from home, using the campus code. Many thanks.

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t-wat November 22, 2013 at 3:16 pm

Is this still working? I get page not found when trying it.

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neil November 29, 2013 at 11:36 am

i just used this link. got £140 off my macbook pro. didnt get asked for any id. the mac is set for dispatch on monday (its friday today). i presume apple only care if you’re a student when you buy it, after that you’re a customer whatever so you’d still get apple support

http://store.apple.com/uk-edu/buy-mac/macbook-pro?product=ME293B/A&step=config

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x November 30, 2013 at 3:41 pm

Excellent post and all works fine.

For people who are getting ‘page not found’. Try change the numbers on the default link. It seems the number code on the link is not correct.

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Reza December 1, 2013 at 4:31 am

Hi,
Great! However, I can’t find the University College Birmingham code?
Can anyone help please?
Thank you in advance.
Reza

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mark December 9, 2013 at 5:22 pm

Does anyone used this as a non student?

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whistlingtoes December 14, 2013 at 9:33 pm

Thankyou Mike for your very useful and excellent post. Bought myself an iMac and saved some money, thanks to your tip. Keep up the good work! :)

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Harry December 29, 2013 at 1:05 am

Hi, i tried my University – Demontfort Uni Leicester and it did not work. Can you give this to me please. i tried your number but unsuccessful. Thanks – Your a legend

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Shannon December 29, 2013 at 11:55 am

Hi,

Do you happen to have the ID code for University of Worcester (rather than Worcester University College)?

Many thanks,

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Clive March 8, 2014 at 8:00 pm

Hi
Does anyone have a code for Leeds Trinity please?

Thanks

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Mike March 9, 2014 at 5:53 pm

I can’t get any of these to work – does anyone know if it is still working ?

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BlackHat March 28, 2014 at 10:09 am

Dude, thanks very much for your page! It really helped me a lot! As I don’t fancy carry my arse around to uni for this, you are a legend! My man!

Cheers

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Bryony March 28, 2014 at 5:18 pm

Thank you so much! I’m a prospective student and want a MacBook for uni, however I want it before hand so I can get used to it, tried the link for the uni I hold a place at and it works! :)

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Peter March 31, 2014 at 10:42 am

Seems not to be – “unable to enter requested store” was the response for me (Warwick)

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