Apple offers education promotion on iMac, eMac, more
By Jim Dalrymple
MacworldMAY 22, 2002 5:00 pm PDT
Apple has released information on two new promotions this afternoon, specifically for its education market.
The two promotions, “Economics 101” and “College Bound?” offer people that are eligible to shop at Apple’s online education store a way to get hardware and save money.
With “Economics 101,” Apple says you can get an iBook, iMac or eMac for US$15 a month, using Apple’s Instant loan through MBNA. “With interest rates as low as 9.99% and interest-only payments for the first 24 months, getting the Apple products you need has never been easier,” Apple’s promo site says.
The “College Bound?” promotion runs from April 1 through June 30, 2002 and offers users a discount when they purchase any Mac and an HP printer or digital camera. Save $100 when you buy any Mac and HP printer; Save $100 when you buy any Mac and HP camera; or Save $200 when you buy any Mac, HP printer and HP camera.