Why didn’t they have this promotion when I was a student? :'(
Calling all college and university students, we’ve got good news! The Apple reseller, Machines is giving a generous discount of RM500 on selected MacBook Air models to local students!
This promotion is applicable to the latest 2017 13-inch MacBook Air laptops with storage capacities of 128GB or 256GB.
The beefed-up 2017 MacBook Air with 1.8GHz processor currently bears the price tag of RM4,199 and RM4,999 for the 128GB and 256GB model respectively. After taking RM500 off, the discounted price for both models would be RM3,699 and RM4,499 respectively, meaning you can go home smiling from ear to ear for scoring a good deal!
In order to enjoy this discount, you have to be a current student or faculty member holding a valid student/staff ID at a Malaysian-based education institution.
If you’ve been accepted by any Malaysian-based education institution for upcoming school years, you’ll need to produce the Letter of Offer or Letter of Intent.
You might want to snag one up fast though because the promotion is valid from August 13 to September 30, while stocks last. Also, the promotion is available at all Machines retail outlets, but not through the online store.
If you’re looking for a reliable and buttery-smooth laptop but want to save some bucks too, this promo is perfect for you! Hurry up and get one before they’re all sold out!
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