Single-unit requests should use an EDU email address to be approved, which happens in 72 hours.
Each EDU user is eligible for one single-unit discount. Users who have previously received the TX1 discount, are again eligible for TX2.
If you don’t have .EDU email address, please be sure to include info about your project & organization in the “Briefly tell us about your project” box.
If you are requesting multiple units, have a professor, faculty member, or mentor submit the form with info about the project.
Discount codes for single-unit requests are distributed via email every few days. You can then use the code during checkout here:
First click ‘Enter Promo Code’, the box will then appear to enter the code, and then click ‘Apply’.
You should then see the discount applied to your subtotal in the cart. For questions about sales tax / VAT, see here.
Go ahead and place the order with your code awhile. We are receiving weekly shipments from the factory, so yours should ship out next week. If next week’s batch also sells out, the status will stay as backorder, however there still will be shipments made to those in the queue.
There isn’t an automated webform for the discount in India, but if you contact the distributor, they should be able to help you obtain it. If not, let us know and we can contact them for you from our end. Also, the TX2 devkit may not be shipping in India just yet.
Hi Dusty, I applied for the discount last 7 days ago, but haven’t heard anything back. I’m in the US. Can you help? My email address on the application is *blugold.uwec.edu (different from the email I’m using here).
I applied for the student discount more than a week back and am yet to receive any email. Many of my friends at uc berkeley have been observing the same issue. Let us know whats the next step to get the discount.
I applied for the student discount last week but haven’t got any code yet. I am in a US University, and the mail id I used was firstname.lastname@example.org. Could you please check if my application was approved.