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  • See our Black Friday 2019 guide for all our predictions, info and analysis. Check Deals & Vouchers for the latest offers on now or follow us on Twitter @MSE_Deals.

    Apple Watches aren't exactly MoneySaving, but if you're after one, Black Friday could be the cheapest time to buy if you don't mind getting one of the older models.

    Last year, we found that there were no discounts on the Series 4 watch (the newest model at the time), as they'd only recently been released. In fact, we didn't really see any discounts on this model until the Series 5 was released in Sep 2019. However, we did see some discounts on the Series 3 watch. 

    This year, we expect to see some decent discounts on the Series 4 and older models. Where retailers price-match each other, it's worth comparing the 'extras' that are included, eg, length of warranty or free music subscriptions.

    A few examples of what we spotted last year:

    Apple Watch model Normal price Cheapest we spotted
    Series 3 (38mm) £279

    £219 with a two-year warranty at John Lewis

    £219 with one-year warranty at Currys

    £249 at Argos and Very

    Series 3 (42mm) £309

    £249 with a two-year warranty at John Lewis

    £249 with a one-year warranty at Currys

    £279 at Argos and Very

    Series 4 (40mm) £399

    £399 with a two-year warranty and 3 months free Apple music at John Lewis

    £399 at Argos with two-year breakdown care

    £399 at Currys with one-year warranty

    Series 4 (44mm) £429

    £429 with a two-year warranty and 3 months free Apple music at John Lewis

    £429 at Argos with two-year breakdown care

    £429 at Currys with one-year warranty


    Important:
     Don't allow yourself to get caught up in the Black Friday hype, and only ever buy what you need and can afford. Always do your own price comparisons to ensure you’ve found the best deal – don't just take a retailer's word for it.

  • If you want to try Apple TV+ (its new online video streaming service, designed to rival Netflix and Amazon Prime Video), you can bag a seven-day free trial if you've a valid Apple ID. Simply log in with your Apple ID and sign up for the free trial via iTunes, Apple’s website or the Apple TV app on your Apple device.

    Warning: After the trial, you'll automatically be charged £4.99 every month until you cancel. So if you don't want to pay, remember to cancel the subscription before the seven days are up.

    Get it free for a YEAR… if you've bought a new Apple device

    If you've bought a new iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Apple TV box or Mac computer since Tue 10 Sep, you are eligible to get a whole year’s Apple TV+ for free. You need to have bought the device directly from Apple or an authorised Apple reseller to get the deal. To claim, simply log onto the Apple TV app with your Apple ID, and the offer should appear. See Apple’s website for full T&Cs.

  • See our Black Friday 2019 guide for all our predictions, info and analysis. Check Deals & Vouchers for the latest offers on now or follow us on Twitter @MSE_Deals.

    In previous years, Apple* has dished out 'free' Apple gift cards with purchases of some items such as MacBook computers, iPads, iPhones and Apple Watch, and we predict it'll do the same or similar for Black Friday 2019 (Fri 29 Nov).

    Note: Apple is rarely if ever the cheapest place to buy Apple products, so the bonus here is negligible compared with how much you might save shopping elsewhere. However, if you're going to buy direct from Apple anyway, doing it while this offer's on could still save you in the long run.

    Apple's Black Friday 2018 deals (last year's prices):

    • Up to £160 gift card when you bought: MacBook or MacBook Pro (from £1,249), MacBook Air (from £949), iMac (from £1,049), iMac Pro (from £4,899) or Mac Pro (from £2,999).
    • Up to £80 gift card when you bought: 10.5in iPad Pro (from £619), iPad (from £319) or iPad Mini 4 (from £399).
    • Up to £40 gift card when you bought: Series 3 Apple Watch (from £279), HomePod (from £319), selected Beats (from £169.95), iPhone 7 (from £499), iPhone 7 Plus (from £569), iPhone 8 (from £599) or iPhone 8 Plus (from £699).
    • £20 gift card when you bought: Apple TV (from £149).
       

    Is the deal any good?

    Apple's Black Friday offer isn't a bad deal as such, but it's only really worth it if you want to buy direct and know you'll definitely buy direct from Apple again (Apple's gift cards have no expiry date). Though of course, you can often make an upfront saving instead by purchasing Apple products cheaper elsewhere.

    Important: Don't allow yourself to get caught up in the Black Friday hype, and only ever buy what you need and can afford. Always do your own price comparisons to ensure you’ve found the best deal – don't just take a retailer's word for it.

  • Each summer, Apple invites kids aged 8-12yrs to sign up for a free three-day workshop or 'Summer Camp' hosted at its high street Apple Stores across the UK.

    Registration for 2019 will open on Mon 24 Jun (sign up via Apple's website from then), but as spaces are limited and allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, we're giving you a heads-up as you'll need to go quick.

    In the meantime, see our School Holidays guide for more free activities.

    What workshops are there?

    Apple hasn't released full details yet, but it says that kids will be able to choose workshops on coding, music, filmmaking, or art and design.

    In 2018 there were three workshops on offer, each lasting for 90 minutes per day over three consecutive days:

    • Coding with Sphero robots. Kids were shown how to solve problems logically through the fundamentals of code.
    • Beat making and songwriting with GarageBand. Kids discovered how to build their own songs using GarageBand on an iPad.
    • Telling stories with Clips. Kids explored how to tell stories with video.


    Children must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian at all times.

  • While buying an Apple iPhone is never MoneySaving, our Cheap iPhones guide explains the cheapest ways to get your hands on the latest iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, or how to get the - now cheaper - older iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus.

    Read the full guide for the cheapest ways to buy an iPhone.

  • In 2017, Apple made all of its iWork programs free to download for all iMac, MacBook and iPhone/iPad users. Previously, you had to have bought a device recently.Apple iWork apps: Pages, Numbers and Keynote

    See Free iWork apps for more info and download links.

    What is iWork?

    iWork is Apple's answer to the Microsoft Office suite of work programs, but created specifically for Mac computers and iOS devices. The package consists of three programs:

    • Pages (for documents, like Microsoft Word)
    • Numbers (for spreadsheets, like Microsoft Excel)
    • Keynote (for presentations, like Microsoft Powerpoint)
  • If you're interested in learning a new creative skill, or would just some tips on how to get more from your iPad or Mac computer, Today at Apple programmes* are free educational workshops, mostly aimed at adults, running at all 30+ Apple Stores across the UK (find your nearest*).

    Times and dates vary by location, so go to the Today at Apple website to find out what's on and when at your local branch. You can sign up to the workshops online using your Apple ID (the email and password you use to sign into Apple devices), then simply turn up on the day.

    While most are for grown-ups, children can get involved at special Kids' Hour sessions held on weekends. As the sessions are aimed at owners of Apple technology, you may be asked to bring along your iPad or whatever gadget is needed for the activities.

    Here's a quick guide to the different Apple Today programmes:

    • Studio Hours - Topics include art/design, documents and presentations.
    • Photo Walks - Guided walks on topics such as framing architecture or capturing action.
    • Sketch Walks - Guided walks on observational drawing and brush techniques.
    • Kids' Hour - Weekend sessions for families involving hands-on projects for kids.
    • Coding Sessions - Beginner classes exploring code languages used by professionals.
    • Photo Labs - Learn new techniques and styles in hands-on sessions.
    • Music Labs - Designed to introduce new tools to musicians of all levels.

    Today at Apple: Free events in Apple Stores

  • While iPads aren't MoneySaving, if you're going to buy one anyway, you should spend some time looking around for the cheapest deal. See our Cheap iPads guide for iPad buyers' tips, whether it's 'new vs refurbished' or buying direct from Apple compared with cheaper UK retailers.

  • If you've never used the iTunes streaming service Apple Music*, you can try it free for the first three months (normally £9.99 per month). Simply log in with your Apple ID and sign up* for the free trial in iTunes or via the Apple Music app on your Apple device.

    Warning: After the trial, you'll automatically be charged £9.99 per month every month until you cancel. So if you don't want to pay, remember to cancel before the three months are up.

  • There are plenty of free music streaming services available, if you don't mind putting up with the ads. But if you want an ad-free service you'll need to stump up for it. With Apple Music Student Membership you can get a subscription for half the standard price, at £4.99/month (normally £9.99) – a strong deal given there's no free version of the service.

    For a limited time, Apple Music Student subscribers can also watch Apple TV+ for free. The streaming service normally costs £4.99 a month.

    How do I get the discount?

    You need a Unidays account for Apple to verify your student status (it can't do this via NUS Extra unfortunately). Use up any new customer promos first though to maximise value – a three-month trial of Apple Music is available on an ongoing basis.

    Apple says it "periodically" checks your student status, and if it finds out you're no longer a student or if you reach the maximum discount period (four years), it'll automatically move you to a full-price subscription at £9.99/mth. So make sure you cancel if you don't want this.

  • There are rarely big discounts available at Apple*, but don’t assume you can’t cut your costs on a new iPhone, iPad or Mac computer until you've checked the following tips and tricks.

    • Student & teacher discount. If you're studying at university, or if you work in education at any level (lecturers, school teachers, office staff etc), you can save as much as 15% on Apple products such as iMas, MacBooks and iPads. See our Deals Hunters blog about the Apple Education Discount.
       
    • Check for deals elsewhere. If you're not committed to buying direct from Apple, look for discounts at other places where Apple products are sold such as AmazonArgosCurrys and John Lewis (John Lewis also offers a two-year guarantee, compared to the standard 12-month warranty).
       
    • Time it right. If you're not fussed about having the very latest model, you can save money on Apple products by grabbing an older product as a new one's announced. This tends to happen in September, when Apple normally unveils a new iPhone and prices on previous models suddenly go down.
       
    • Buying an iPad? See our Cheap iPads guide for tips on getting the best deal, including how to save money with refurbished iPads and cheap 4G data plans.

    • Had a problem with Apple? There’s a free online tool you can use to complain – it helps draft, manage and if necessary escalate your complaint. It’s offered by a firm called Resolver, which we like so much we work with it to help people get complaints justice – you can use it to complain to Apple*.

    If you spot any hot deals out there we have missed (we are human after all!), please let us know in the MSE forum, email us at msedeals@moneysavingexpert.com or via MSE Facebook and Twitter @MSE_Deals.

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  • Up to 10% off Macs and iPads for some

    Up to 10% off Macs and iPads for some

    Via Apple for Education. Plus 'free' Beats with selected devices. 

    Apple doesn’t offer widespread discounts and its products certainly aren't MoneySaving, but if an Apple device is what you want, there is a way to take a bite out of the cost of Apple Macs, iPads and more (but sadly not the iPhone) – up to 10% off the normal price.

    Officially, this education discount is geared towards university students and teachers, but even if you’re neither, you can still be smart and benefit from the offer as the broad eligibility criteria means loads of people can get it (see who it’s for below).

    What’s more, until Thu 17 Oct, you can grab an extra bonus to make the deal more fruitful – 'free' Beats headphones that would normally cost £139-£245, when you buy certain products via the Apple for Education* website or at an Apple Store.

    Who's eligible and how do you get the discount?

    1. Students attending (or who've been accepted into) university, go to the Apple for Education* website. You’ll be asked to sign up (or log in) to discount scheme Unidays using your uni email address for verification. The education discounts will then be automatically applied.

    If you’re unable to sign up to Unidays or you don’t want to give it your data, you can call Apple on 0800 048 0408 and it’ll verify you with your ID or acceptance letter and you can continue your purchase over the phone. Alternatively, take the verification documents to an Apple Store (find your nearest*).

    2. Teachers and education workers at any state or private education institute (even if you work in the office and not the classroom), visit an Apple Store and show proof of where you work such as a payslip or call 0800 048 0408.

    3. Parents of students, visit an Apple Store and show your child's student ID or acceptance letter.

    Which Apple products can you get?

    You can get up to 10% off Mac products and up to 5% off iPads. There isn’t a discount on iPhones and they aren't eligible for the Beats offer.

    We’ve done some number crunching on four student discount examples on Mon 23 Sep:

    • iPad Pro 11inch, 64GB, WiFi - £730.80, norm £769 (5% discount). Next cheapest, John Lewis, AO and Amazon, £730.
    • Macbook Air 13-inch, 1.6Ghz, 128GB - £988.80, norm £1099 (10% discount). Next cheapest, Amazon, £1,028.36.
    • iMac 21.5-inch, 2.3Ghz, 1TB - £944.40, norm £1,049 (10% discount). Next cheapest, £951 at Amazon and Currys.
    • Macbook Pro 13-inch, 1.4Ghz, 128GB - £1,168.80, norm £1,299 (10% discount). Next cheapest, £1196 at Currys and John Lewis.
       

    As you can see with the education discount, Apple is currently cheapest (not factoring in the added value of the 'free' Beats). However, prices are constantly changing so do your own checks and look out for discounts at other retailers.

    Free Beats headphones when buying a Mac or iPad 

    If you buy certain products through the Apple for Education scheme until Thu 17 Oct, you can get free Beats wireless headphones:

    • Buying a MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac Pro or iMac? Get Beats Studio 3 wireless headphones or you can step down to Beats Solo3 or Beats X if you prefer.
    • Buying an iPad Pro or iPad Air? Get Beats Solo3 wireless headphones. If you want the Beats Studio 3 instead, you can, but you’ll have to pay the difference in cost. You can also step down to Beats X.

    You can only get this offer with the products above (so not the Mac Pro, iPad mini and iPad).

    Once you’ve selected an eligible Apple product, choose your Beats (or opt to not receive Beats at all) and this will be added to your 'bag'. If you don’t actually want the Beats, you could sell it to make a bigger saving. See our guide on selling or trading in unwanted items.

    Of course, it's not worth buying a Mac or iPad Pro just for the Beats as much cheaper non-Apple alternatives are available, which could save you more than the cost of the Beats at full-price.

    Not a student, teacher or other education worker?

    Provided you know someone who’s studying at uni or working at a school, college or uni, you can in theory get the discount if that person’s willing to go and buy the goods for you. As far as we can see, this isn’t a breach of the terms and conditions. Of course, you’ll have to decide whether it’s morally okay – as this is a scheme designed specifically for people in education.

  • Summer Camp 2019 (kids 8-12yrs)

    Summer Camp 2019 (kids 8-12yrs)

    Free in-store activities, eg, coding, music, video editing

    Each summer, Apple invites kids aged 8-12yrs to sign up for a free three-day workshop or 'Summer Camp' at its high street stores across the UK.

    Registration for this year hasn't opened yet, but as spaces are limited (and it's first-come, first-served), when it does you'll need to go quick. You can sign up to be notified as soon as registration opens for 2019. Last year, it opened towards the end of June.

    In the meantime, see our guide for more School Holidays activities.

    What workshops are there?

    In 2018, there were three workshops on offer, each lasting for 90 minutes per day over three consecutive days:

    • Coding with Sphero robots. Kids were shown how to solve problems logically through the fundamentals of code.
    • Beat making and songwriting with GarageBand. Kids discovered how to create beats and build their own songs using the GarageBand app on an iPad.
    • Telling stories with Clips. Kids explored how to tell stories with video using the Clips app.


    Children must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian at all times.