Apple Adds iPad Discounts for Education Store, Canada Included

As noticed by the French blog iGeneration, Apple has introduced discounts in its education store for the iPad Air and the iPad mini.

The entry-level iPad Air’s standard prices start at $519, the iPad mini’s at $419. With this promotion, Apple customers can save $20, as the devices start at $499 and $399 respectively. The promo isn’t limited to the latest models: those after cheaper iPads can purchase a16 GB Wi-Fi iPad 4 for $379 (previously $399), or the first-generation iPad mini for $299 (usually retails for $319).

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As part of the education promo, Apple previously dropped the price of the non-Retina MacBook Pro by $200 since last year, alongside other discounts in the education store. To take advantage of the aforementioned pricing, Apple customers need to be employees of K-12 schools (homeschool teachers included), students, or parent of students in postsecondary education.

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