UH Bookstores offer faculty and staff one-day Apple special pricing
To celebrate the University of Hawaiʻi’s super faculty and staff, the UH Bookstores is proud to offer all UH faculty and staff one-day special pricing, plus tax-free savings on select Apple computers and iPads on May 10, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. The first 50 orders will receive a special gift with purchase. This one-day event is open to all UH faculty and staff system-wide. Reserve your device today and we will deliver it to the UH Bookstore nearest to you!
Order online through the UH Bookstores reservation site, or order in-person at the Mānoa Bookstore on the day of the event. Reservations are highly recommended. Take advantage of our newly added online prepayment process, or pay in-store at the event.
Also take advantage of these additional event offers:
- First 50 customers to submit a reservation order will receive a free gift
- First 50 customers to reserve and prepay will receive a $50 coupon for Apple Tech Services
- Additional 10 percent on trade-in value**
- Beats headphone prize drawing
**Don’t forget, the bookstores also accepts old devices for bookstore credit. Trade-in your device(s) during the event and receive the value of the trade-in, plus an additional 10% towards your new device purchase. Trade-in and trade-up!
Review a list of Apple products to reserve your device. Reservations close at 6 p.m. on May 1. Product is available on a first-reserve, first-get basis, while supplies last.
This UH Mānoa Apple campus store tax-free plus educational pricing offer is good for personal purchases only. Offer not valid for departmental purchases or payment with p-cards or IDOs. Any faculty or staff employed by the University of Hawaiʻi is eligible. Discount exclusive to Applecomputers or iPads; may not be combined with other promotions. Prices may vary based on individual product. All sales are final.
For more details, contact the UH Mānoa Bookstore TecHUB Department at (808) 956-4317 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- UH Bookstores seek student feedback on course materials
- $25k in student scholarships awarded by UH Bookstore System
- Students receive free textbooks as part of 15 to Finish initiative
- Input sought on public schools superintendent
- 2017 legislative budget update