Apple executives and developers are busy attending the WWDC conference which has started on June 11 in San Francisco. While everyone busy at the conference, the world’s largest mobile device company marketing department announced deals for high school seniors who have been accepted into college in public or private university and the current active students of higher education to receive a gift card of $100 or $50. The gift card can be used to purchase apps, books, music, and film at the Apple iTunes store.
Each buyer of Mac series personal computers will receive a $ 100 gift card. Each buyer of the New iPad (3rd generation) will receive a $ 50 gift card. The promotion starts on June 11, will end on September 21, 2012.
According to the rules, each household may only purchase a maximum of two computers during this promo (i.e, 1 Mac and 1 iPad). However, the website’s also noted “A maximum of four (4) cards per household may be obtained for the purchase of (2) qualifying Apple Computers and two (2) qualifying iPads.” So, the maximum purchase for each household could be four units of computers.
Parents of high school seniors who have received the acceptance letter to college may represent their kids to purchase at an Apple Store or online Store as long as they carry a copy of student ID. Similarly, parents can purchase an iPad or a Mac for a college student who is still at a university.
Apple also wants to make all elementary and middle school teachers and employees happy in America if they have proof of ID as a teacher or employee. They will receive one $100 or $50 gift card per purchase. Similarly to university lecturers and professors, they will get the gift card as well with a new purchase of a Mac or an iPad.
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