LIES! The education site has it for £50.53. Print that off and take it into Meadowhall. Or order it online. As far as I know the only things you can't get discount on are 3rd-party items, and iPods.Also I was told there is no student discount for software such as iLife; thought there was??
Yeh, I thought that and mentioned the web price to him but he's like no no not on software! For the sake of a fiver I can't be bothered, costs £9 to get there on the train. I'v been told two different things with student discounts on a wireless MM before I bought one, one guy saying yes to discount, the other saying no.LIES! The education site has it for £50.53. Print that off and take it into Meadowhall. Or order it online. As far as I know the only things you can't get discount on are 3rd-party items, and iPods.
Well yes, but i VPN into my uni network to get access to the store. But in the past have got the discount from meadowhall store by showing my Ucard.• Jaz •;4021500 said:You have to access that from a university network don't you?
WHAT! Now I'm pissed off (sorry), I'm in college - therefore higher education - I went to get out my student card and he said no!
I'm going to the Arndale store tomorrow, since I rang them earlier to confirm if they have stock. Turns out both the stores have them in stock.I live in Manchester, but cannot get to the two stores near me till Friday.
I'm gonna try ringing them tomorow, or I might leave it and just arrive at the store(s)
Like I said I want the 24" Extreme, I would like a bigger HDD tho? Not much chance finding one with that already done?
A littleI always thought it was:
1. Education - High School
2. Higher Education - 6th form/College
3. Further Education - University
Am I wrong?
1 said:The following education individuals are eligible to purchase through the Apple Store for Education Individuals:
- a teacher, lecturer, tutor or other supervisor of students at a UK education establishment
- a student aged 18 and over with a valid student card, attending, or accepted into, a UK education establishment
- a parent purchasing on behalf of their child who is a student currently attending or accepted into a UK Higher or Further Education establishment
3. Not really sure. - Post grads?2 said:By clicking “I accept” below, I confirm that I am:
• aged 18 or over
• a student with a valid student card or a teacher, lecturer, tutor or other supervisor of students at a UK education establishment
• I agree to Apple contacting me to check my status. I will provide proof of my status upon request and I agree Apple can refuse my order if I do not provide proof which is satisfactory for Apple. Apple’s decision will be final.
I am linked with the following school or institution:
Please choose the institution you belong to:
- First choose a region, to see the list of institutions:
- then choose the institution you belong to, and click [ I Accept ]
Oh wow nice one Shaduu, while your there can you perhaps check on the stock levels? I mean do they have a good supply of 24" Extreme? Cheers pal.I'm going to the Arndale store tomorrow, since I rang them earlier to confirm if they have stock. Turns out both the stores have them in stock.
Hmm thanks for that, still though I bought a Mighty Mouse using my college card the other week clearly showing I am 17. The wording threw me as college is often referred to as 'higher education' and uni as 'further education'.A little
3. Not really sure. - Post grads?
No problem mate. You can now access the ridiculous pricing on the new iMacs, staring from £702 absolutely brilliant.sorry xUKHCx with the edits, i guess i kept posting stuff then finding the answers myself.
Anyway ive managed to gain access to my uni network via their VPN service. Lets hope there is no messing about and i can get my imac asap