APPLE ONE-DAY EVENT

On Thursday, April 20 at the University Campus Store and Health in HSEB locations, all Apple products will be available tax-free for University of Utah faculty and staff, with select items at an additional 8 percent off already-reduced academic prices. This biannual, one-day event is exclusive to U faculty and staff and is the best opportunity to save on Apple products, whether for personal or educational use, at any Apple retailer all year.

In addition to tax-free pricing, which UTech offers every day on computers and tablets, faculty and staff members will receive an additional 8 percent discount on all MacBook Pros, MacBook Airs, iMacs, iPad Pros and iPad mini 4s. Patrons can save up to $550 on a regularly priced MacBook Pro. When combined with faculty and staff discounts on Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Cloud, and accidental damage warranties, UTech can help employees save over $1,000 during the Apple One-Day Event.

Faculty and staff can also take advantage of the Campus Store’s zero-interest payroll deduction and pay for their new Apple products over time. Those who participate in payroll deduction pay only $20 on April 20, and the remaining balance is automatically deducted from their paycheck for up to 12 pay periods. A customer’s entire UTech purchase, not exceeding $2,000, can be paid through payroll deduction, so eligible faculty and staff are encouraged to take advantage of this added benefit.

U Health employees are invited to visit the Health location in HSEB for the same suite of Apple products. Apple-certified sales experts will also be available in the HSEB location to help the medical community take full advantage of the one-day event without having to come to lower campus.

The U Campus Store’s Apple One-Day Event is an in-store only promotion on campus.

Click for more information about payroll deduction or to make a product reservation. Faculty and staff can also call UTech’s Apple certified sales experts with questions at 801-581-4776 or 801-581-8049.

  • Sweet. Thanks for the heads up.

  • CatchUp, Utah

    Great, thanks for the word. One Q; Why is Main Campus referred to as Lower Campus? It isn’t lower, it’s just not medical!

    • Dave Morrison

      Lower on the hillside?!