28.08.2012 von Patricia

Apple Back to School: Jetzt noch 80 Euro iTunes-Gutschein zum neuen Mac sichern

Deinen neuen Mac kannst Du als Student mit bis zu 10 % Rabatt im Apple Education Store bestellen und bekommst das neue MacBook Pro mit Retina Display damit schon ab 2.051,56 statt 2.279 Euro. Außerdem erhältst Du im Rahmen der Back to School Aktion zu Deiner Bestellung aktuell einen iTunes-Gutschein in Höhe von 80 Euro kostenlos dazu.

Wenn Du Dir lieber ein neues iPad bestellst, sind es 40 Euro an kostenlosem iTunes-Guthaben. Den iTunes-Gutschein kannst Du nach Belieben zum Downloaden von Filmen, Musik, Büchern oder Apps einsetzen.

Die Apple Back to School Aktion gilt nur noch bis zum 21. September 2012.

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