Free Applecare?

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  1. lilaznboi macrumors newbie

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    Well i was looking on ebay for applecare for my macbook pro. And in one of the auctions they said that i should check my original warranty status by going to this link: https://selfsolve.apple.com/GetWarranty.do

    And i was surprised when i saw my coverage. Here's a screen grab: http://cl.ly/afd6bc4dffb79bd0ae1a

    So i'm wondering how did i get the applecare? Because i didn't buy it when i originally ordered the macbook. I bought it using the student discount's and i only brought it in once for repairs.
     
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    In certain countries Apple offer a free upgrade to the Full Applecare when purchased with an education discount.(I think)
     
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