Hi there, I sort of ended up talking about this on one of my other threads but it was a bit off topic and I'm still confused so I was hoping someone could clear this up for me. Okay, so basically a few months ago, one of the sales assistants in my local Apple store told me that I should wait till the BTS promotion is running before I purchase my Macbook. She also said that I should get AppleCare with them because for students it's ~£50 whereas for everyone else it's about £200. Now ordinarily, I wouldn't pay much attention to extended warranties and what not, but with me starting university in September, and with ~£50 being a really good price for three years cover, I thought it might be a worthwhile investment. Now I've looked around on Apple's website but I couldn't find any AppleCare add-on for ~£50, but I did come across a link someone posted on here a while ago, and in that link, it's got the three year Applecare for £48. (http://store.apple.com/uk_edu_5000710/configure/MD760B/A?) Other than that link though, it would appear that the AppleCare cover for that price is nonexistent. So I did some snooping around and I came across their T&Cs for their HE Contract. And it would seem that their three year cover is actually free. The contract states: and it also goes on to say: (http://store.apple.com/Catalog/uk/Images/salespolicies_institutionHE.html) So I'm under the impression that the £48 AppleCare is for three year cover + three year telephone support as opposed to the one year telephone support offered in the HE Contract. But is this the only difference? Because if all I'm missing out on is telephone support, then I'd happily just take the free three year cover that's offered in the HE Contract. I'm just a bit confused that there's not much talk of this HE Contract and the warranty. I think it's only applicable to UK customers, but even still, it's all very hush hush. Has anyone purchased a Mac recently with their HE Education discount and received this free three year cover? Thank you!