Unidays Discount Higher

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  1. schmidti91 macrumors regular

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    If you log in on Unidays and access the Apple Store through their website, the discount is actually higher (im Germany at least). Try it
     
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    Ok, too bad. I actually cancelled my minute one order for this although it wasn't only 40€ less on the 13" Touch Bar base model. I'm still confident I'll get it sooner and if not it's still a 40€ difference.

    The maxed out 15" is 4501.23€ instead of 4600€ (with the Apple Student Discount).
     
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    Danke but why? :D Do you think they'll cancel it?
     
  8. BondFancy macrumors 6502

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    Hey you could be the US and only get ~6.25% :p
     
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    Only 3.3% on Non-touch bar model. Outrageous. No student can justify spending $1449 on a base computer.
     
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    nah with the delivery speed :) from the UK side the orders seem to be slipping to early to mid december levels
     
  11. BondFancy macrumors 6502

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    Yeah it's disgusting, I got the base 15" so I at least got $150 off.
     
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    for us in the UK, the US 6.25% is more equivalent to 26.25% since your prices normally don't include VAT. UK prices often times are US - > UK conversion + 20% VAT
     
  13. WoodyVuko macrumors newbie

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    The discount is actually lower. Uniday vs "regular" Uni

    [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    Those prices really don't exist in the German Apple Store.
    The 15" base with 256GB is 2484€ and the 512GB is 2943€

    EDIT: The first one is the actual Unidays price. Could you explain how you get to the even cheaper price? If you go just here http://www.apple.com/de-edu/shop/buy-mac/macbook-pro/15-inch you get the price I talked about. Which link are you using?
     
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    yes they do, i ordered the right one today
     
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    Well, it seems my uni has a deal with a reseller that doesn't offer the new generation yet
     
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    sorry mate =/
     
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    It's also worth to check for the "Apple on campus" thing. Sometimes it's even cheaper. You have to access it via your uni's network (either directly or via vpn), though. (At least for my university it's like that.)
     
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    yeah thats what i used (AoC_xxxx - AppleonCampus_UniID)
     
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    What does that mean? Could I login with this information too or do I need to have a student account at your uni?
     
  23. WoodyVuko macrumors newbie

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    na every uni got a own link and you're more or less verified like onVacation already said

    here is a list, maybe you can find your uni
    http://www.apple.com/de/shop/browse/apple_on_campus
     

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