Apple Cuts MacBook Air Pricing, Increases Student Discount

Now starting at A$1,699

New MacBook Air Colours Silver Gold Space Grey

MacBook Air has been updated with the addition of True Tone to the Retina Display. But the biggest change it all to do with price, with a more affordable price tag and bigger savings for University.

Pricing of the two MacBook Air models has been cut by A$150. Making the price of the entry-level model with 128GB of SSD storage a recommended retail price (RRP) of A$1,699. There is also an option to purchase a model with 256GB of SSD storage for A$1,999.

The news gets better for those who are eligible for Apple’s Educational Pricing Offer. Because Apple has cut the price by a further A$150 on top of the new prices. Bringing the prices down to just A$1,549 and A$1,849 respectively. Previously Apple offered A$80 off, making the student price almost twice as good as before.

Pricing and savings

The recommended retail price (RRP) and educational pricing for all models are as follows:

MacBook Air with 128GB storage:

  • RRP: A$1,699 (was A$1,849)
  • Educational price: A$1,549 (was A$1,799)

MacBook Air with 256GB storage:

  • RRP: A$1,999 (was A$2,149)
  • Educational price: A$1,849 (was A$2,069)

All models can be ordered with free, fast delivery and 14-day returns from Apple’s online store. University Students and Teachers can access special pricing by shopping at Apple’s online store for Education. Pricing can be compared here.

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