New students can subscribe to Apple Music and get a free Beats Flex


Apple is giving new students who sign up for its Apple Music Student plan a free pair of Beats Flex earphones as part of its back-to-school promotions.

Beginning on June 22, customers in the United States and the United Kingdom who sign up for new Apple Music accounts on the more affordable Student plan will be eligible to receive a free pair of Beats Flex earphones as part of a promotion.

According to the terms and restrictions of the promotion, it only applies to students in the two nations who haven’t already subscribed to any Apple Music tier. Apple Music Student subscriptions are only available to students who are enrolled in a bachelor’s degree, post-graduate degree, or comparable higher education course, and who have been recognized as students by either Apple or a third-party verification partner.
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Once they’ve made their first subscription payment, customers are able to receive the free earbuds upon request. Once qualified, Apple will email account details on how to claim their free pair of Beats Flex earbuds, which must be redeemed within 90 days of receipt.

Just a few days earlier, Apple unveiled its 2022 Back to School gift card program, which gives away gift cards and educational discounts in addition to discounted gift cards.

On June 22 or 23, Apple secretly adjusted their pricing in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Canada, boosting the student plan price to $5.99 instead of $4.99, or another currency. Other plans’ prices remain constant.

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