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At the Apple Authorized Reseller MacTrade the current winter sales promotion will be extended. As in November last year (reported here) there is a discount of up to 300 euros on various Mac models. From the iMac to the MacBook Air 2019 there is a lot. You can take advantage of the offers until February 5, 2020 take advantage of this at this point. In this article I have summarized how the discount is calculated and what else you need to know.
The discount when buying your new Apple Mac from MacTrade is calculated based on the price of the computer. For Macs from 700 to 999 euros there is a price reduction of 50 euros for all common payment methods. When financing, i.e. paying in installments, there is a discount of 100 euros. Most will be deducted from the price if it is 5.000 euros or higher. Here a one-time payment brings a discount of 200 euros, and the installment payment of 300 euros. You can find the entire graduation on the MacTrade website as well as in the following table:
|Apple Mac price||Common payment methods||Financing in installments|
|700 to 999 EUR||50 EUR||100 EUR|
|1.000 to 1.499 EUR||75 EUR||125 EUR|
|1.500 to 1.999 EUR||100 EUR||150 EUR|
|2.000 to 2.999 EUR||125 EUR||175 EUR|
|3.000 to 4.999 EUR||150 EUR||200 EUR|
|from EUR 5.000||200 EUR||300 EUR|
As you can see on the homepage of the Apple dealer, which has been active since 1998, there are not only the current WSV offer, but also other discounts. The EDU discount stands for "Education", ie offers for schoolchildren, students, teachers and lecturers over 18 years of age. You can read on the corresponding page who is eligible for the EDU order and the price reduction of 3% on the iPad Pro and 5% on Macs. There you can also find out who unfortunately cannot benefit from the program and how to use it when ordering in the online shop. In addition, in addition to Apple hardware, MacTrade also offers software, accessories, bags and so on. So it's worth taking a look at the offer.
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Jens has been running the blog since 2012. He appears as Sir Apfelot for his readers and helps them with problems of a technical nature. In his free time he drives electric unicycles, takes photos (preferably with his iPhone, of course), climbs around in the Hessian mountains or hikes with the family. His articles deal with Apple products, news from the world of drones or solutions for current bugs.