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2011 Apple Back To School officially launched

Jun 16 2011, 3:21am CDT | by , in Shopping | Back to School

2011 Apple Back To School officially launched

Buy a Mac get $100 for Mac App Store.

Apple now officially launched the 2011 Apple Back To School Promotion. As reported the details of the deal already leaked a couple hours ago.

The new Apple Back To School Deal is as follows: When you buy a new qualifying Mac with Apple education pricing from June 16, 2011, through September 20, 2011, you’ll get a $100 Back to School Card to use on the Mac App Store, the App Store, the iTunes Store, and the iBookstore.

For instance you can get the MacBook Air at a $50 educational discount ($949) and on top you get $100 worth of apps and media. The biggest educational savings are on the MacBook Pro. You save $200 on the top of the line Apple laptops. Buy your new Mac and get the new Back To School deal on the Apple Store now. 

The 2011 Apple Back To School Promotion also launched in the UK and in Germany. In the UK you get a 65 Pound gift card and in Germany its the gift card is worth 75 Euro.

Compared to the free 8GB iPod touch students got in the past years this deal is a step down. The Microsoft Back To School 2011 deal is no looking even more attractive. Students get a free Xbox 360 ($199.99 value) with the purchase of a Windows 7 computer priced $699 and above.

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