Uni students can score a free pair of Beats headphones with select Mac, MacBook and iPad purchases

Matt Sayer 5 January 2018 NEWS

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Liven up the campus with Apple's rockin' Back to School promotion.

Heading back to school isn't always the most exciting prospect – except maybe for stressed-out parents – but if there's one consolation to the looming year of learning, it's all the back-to-school sales and their tantalising discounts on flashy new gadgets.

Never one to be left behind, Apple has kicked off its own back-to-school promotion aimed square at the humble university student. From now until 15 March, any Australian uni student can nab themselves a free pair of Beats wireless headphones when they purchase select Mac, MacBook or iPad devices. In the Mac camp, the promotion is valid for the MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, iMac and Mac Pro devices, with any eligible purchase including a pair of Beats Solo3 on-ear headphones. On the iPad front, iPad Pro purchases come with a pair of BeatsX earphones.

As a bonus, it's not just ongoing uni students that can take advantage of this offer. Newly-accepted uni students gearing up for their first year of independent learning are eligible, too, as are parents buying for their university-bound children.

If a new pair of wireless headphones sounds like a sweet deal – and you're lucky enough to be eligible for it – head on over to Apple's website to browse the products on offer.


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