Get your $100 iPhone Apple store credit

Summary:If you were one of the early adopters who purchased your iPhone between June 29, 2007 and August 21, 2007 then you are now eligible for $100 Apple Store Credit.

If you were one of the early adopters who purchased your iPhone between June 29, 2007 and August 21, 2007 then you are now eligible for $100 Apple Store Credit.

Details on how to pick up this store credit can be found here.  The process seems straight-forward enough:

Step 1: Identify your iPhone To confirm eligibility, simply enter your phone number and iPhone serial number in the fields provided.

Step 2: Enter your access code You will receive an SMS text message on your iPhone containing the access code to redeem your $100 credit. Enter your phone number and your access code in the fields provided to generate an electronic store credit.

Step 3: Get your $100 Apple Store credit You will receive a $100 electronic store credit to purchase products at the Apple Retail Store or the Apple Online Store.

Here's the small print:

Requests for the $100 credit must be submitted by November 30, 2007. You must activate your iPhone with AT&T prior to submitting your claim. Once you activate, return to this page after 24 hours to request your credit. 

You can view the FAQ relating to the store credit here.  A few noteworthy points include:

  • Once your credit is issued, it does not expire.
  • One credit per eligible iPhone will be issued.
  • An Apple Store credit code lets you make purchases from any Apple Retail Store, the Apple Online Store, or by calling 1-800-MY-APPLE. Apple Store credit codes can be used only in the United States and may not be redeemed at the iTunes Music Store or Apple resellers. You will be charged sales tax when redeeming your Apple Store credit code. [emphasis added]
  • You can use up to six credit codes when making a purchase at an Apple Retail Store and up to four credit codes at the Apple Online Store.

Topics: Apple, iPhone, Mobility

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