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Discussion in 'Buying Tips and Advice' started by wmmk, Dec 19, 2006.
as the title asks. just wondering. quick responses would be highly valued!
May seem hinkey, but I've heard of a number of people buying software from them...seem legit from the experiences I've heard of...
Yes, they are legit. We use them all the time at work.
I've used them several times before. All great experiences.
Yep i got a Wacom Tablet from them, very legit site
Bought software from them w/out a problem... seem legit. But they do need verification of student status.
Yeah, I purchased Photoshop Elements there a couple of years ago. Good experience generally.
Yep. They use the educational pricing system that the publisher normally gives. You need to verify that you're a student, though.
Student pricing is the best.. Unless you can wait after the product is first annouced you can buy from places with a cheaper quote
about verification, I don't have a .edu email address, because I'm in 8th grade. will I fax a student ID or something?
it depends.. some items require it some don't.. i purchased some printer cartriges from there and gave them my msn email..and they never asked for my ID or anything..
They're Legit. I bought 2 crumpler bags, both came no problem, I saved over $50. Shipping takes a while. Seems that a lot of the non-software products don't require student verification either. It'll let you know if you need it on the product page.
same here- legit! I purchase stuff for my school from them quite often. Pricing is good on most things and their customer service has been very good and personable.
Yeah. That's how I did it.
yea, you can just fax a student ID, or my friend just faxed in a grade report from his previous semester when he got after effects...i'd bet that their Web site has some kind of explanation somewhere? but i haven't been able to find it...
They are legit I would not hesitate to order from again.
bought my backpack from academic superstore. they have great service. but make sure to CALL them before you order on the website to check inventory. there have been several times where they told me an item was out of stock but still listed the item on their catalog as available.
They are legitimate. For most purchases they require proof of academic affiliation. I bought from them twice and had absolutely no problems,
both with software (Office 2003 academic) and hardware (Olympus voice recorder).
Yes, academicsuperstore is great. On the product pages, it tells you if the requirements for each software package. Some software can only be sold to college students, universities, non-profits, etc.