How to Afford iPads for the Classroom – Education Institution Discount

To get iPads in the classroom is not an easy task. The latest generation usually starts at $499 and Apple will usually also have available last year’s model at $399. These, however, are not your only options. Apple has special prices for education institutions both for K-12 and for higher education. When buying iPads in bulks of ten Apple discounts the cost for each iPad. For example, buying a 10-pack of the 16gb Wi-Fi only New iPad (3rd Gen) would cost $4790.00 which would be $479 per iPad saving you $20 each or $200 total. If you don’t mind sacrificing the Retina Display and slightly better specs and settling for the 16gb Wi-Fi only iPad 2 (which is not a bad idea) the 10-pack would run you $3790.00 again saving you a total of $200 off the original cost of ten iPad 2’s and $1000 better than the cost of the 10-pack of New iPads which could go towards another set of 10 iPads. The ultimate decision would of course have to be left to whoever handles the money and the technology of the district – probably the School Business Administrator and Director of Tech. Click to see the full list of iPad prices for the Education Institution Discount…

These prices are as of June 11, 2012:

Click to download the full and most up-to-date list.

Click to see more information on Apple Education Pricing.

Hope this helps!

-Mr. Mendo =)

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