The Apple Back to School program is an annual window of offers for students where they can not only get discounts on a range of products but also get gift cards of up to $150 on select products. To make the program even more mellow, Apple now has a special offer for students who subscribe to Apple Music. If you’re eligible for the Back to School campaign, you can get free Beats Flex earphones by subscribing to Apple Music.
Currently implemented for users in the US and UK, the new offer in the Back to School program allows students to order a pair of Beats Flex earphones for free, but the only condition here is that they must subscribe to the Apple Music Student Plan Will be And they have to be new users. In other words, if you have never subscribed to Apple Music before, you will be eligible for the free earphones offer.
Even when you meet the two basic eligibility criteria, there are a few more caveats on offer. First, you must be a paying subscriber to the Apple Music student plan, which prohibits anyone from subscribing to the trial plan. A new user is usually eligible for a one-month trial, but you’ll have to give it up to be eligible for the free Beats Flex earphones. The third condition is that you should not have canceled your trial subscription before paying the first month.
Once you become a paying customer, Apple will send you an email with instructions on ordering the Beats Flex earphones after a 30-day subscription. Eligible students, however, may or may not be able to select the color of the product, depending on the availability of the color one wants.
This free Beats Flex earphones offer, however, is not applicable for students in India. There is no information on when and if Apple will roll it out. However, in the US, the Apple Music student plan costs $5.99 per month, following last month’s increase. To be able to subscribe to the student plan, you must provide proof of identity to Apple, which will be verified by its partner firm UNiDAYS.
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