With school starting up right around the bend, now is the best chance to lock down some good deals early on. Many tech companies will run special student specials that any type of student can take advantage of before shipping off for school this fall. Let’s take a look at some of the top computer companies and see what kind of deals they have available.
They’ve got iPhones, iPads, iPods, Macs, and a ton of other accessories, which makes it easy to see why Apple is one of the most popular brands amongst students. They have a special portal on their site that’ll let students save a ton of money on their most popular products. You’ll be able to save up to $200 on a Mac or up to $30 on an iPad. In addition to that, they’ll give you a $100 Apple Store Gift Card when buying a Mac for college or a $50 gift card with the purchase of an iPad or iPhone. These offers are for current college students, students that have been accepted to a college, or a parent buying on behalf of a college student. There are tons of other offers available, too. Check out Apple’s special student page by clicking this link.
Microsoft is one of the most successful computer companies in history. They’ve got quite a bit of experience and know that a great way to instill brand loyalty is by giving some good discounts to the people who need it most: students. They’re offering 10% off of Windows PCs, and allowing students to save up to $67 on the purchase of their tablets. In addition to that, they’ve got a ton of laptop deals where students will be able to save up to $350. These offers are available to the students themselves or to parents purchasing on behalf of their students.To find all of the deals Microsoft has available, check out this link.
Dell’s been around for awhile and always has great deals for qualifying students. One of their more popular deals right now allows students to purchase a $699.99 PC and receive a Dell tablet for free. They’ve also got a ton of different fully-loaded packages to choose from that’ll let students get the most bang for their buck. In addition to that, they’ll let new Dell Advantage members earn 10% back in rewards points. To check out the full range of specials that Dell has for students, take a look at this link.
Adobe has a host of programs that are necessary for many creative college courses, and the software alone can be pretty expensive. Luckily, Adobe has a special student discount being run that’ll let students save up to 60% on their bundle of Creative Cloud services and applications, which includes all of your favorite Adobe apps, like Photoshop, Dreamweaver, and Illustrator. The complete set is only $19.99 per month, but they also have their Photography plan at $9.99 a month. The latter plan includes the most latest version of Photoshop and Lightroom and will allow users to get switch between their desktop and mobile devices a lot easier. To get Adobe’s Creative Cloud for students, click on this link.
Amazon has just about anything you can imagine from computers to office supplies to books to movies and to whatever else. In addition to their vast catalogue, Amazon also has a great student program that’ll let participants get a ton of extra features that aren’t available to normal users. Signing up in their Amazon student program will give users free two-day shipping on millions upon millions of items, special deals and exclusive promotions specifically for students, a $10 recruit-a-friend bonus, free kindle books, access to over a million ad-free songs, and unlimited streaming for only half the price of Amazon Prime. They’re very open to allowing students to try out their service and determine if they like it themselves, so you’ll be able to cancel at any time.For the full list of details and to sign up for Amazon Student, visit their page through this link.