Waves Education Pricing

Waves offers students an exclusive discount off all Waves bundles, as part of the company’s ongoing support for aspiring audio engineers, producers and musicians and their continuing commitment to providing them with the highest-quality audio tools.

These prices can be accessed on this web site through the “Type of License” drop down menu on each product page.

Waves Education Pricing - Type Of License Selection

 

 

Special education pricing (discount of 35%) is available to recognised educational institutions such as schools, universities and colleges; teachers at these institutions; as well as students at these recognised institutions.

For purchases by a teaching institution, an official Purchase Order is required to be sent with the order. This can be separately emailed to sales@zeban.com.au.

For purchases by students and teachers at recognised educational institutions such as schools, universities and colleges, the following items of identification are required to be sent in support of this discount:

  • for students – student ID card or letter of confirmation of student status on the institution’s letterhead.
  • for teachers – teacher ID card or letter of confirmation of teacher status on the institution’s letterhead.
  • for both teachers and students – separate photo ID, eg drivers license or passport.

These can be separately emailed to sales@zeban.com.au.

The following conditions apply to all Waves Education Pricing:

  • license must not be transferred to any third party
  • discount cannot be taken along with any other sale or promotional price
  • students and teacherss may purchase any product only once with the educational discount
  • approval of the discount is entirely a matter for Waves and the company may refuse to extend the discounted price at its discretion
  • every application for education discounts is considered by Waves Head Office and thus delivery of the authorising serial number may be delayed by up to 2 working days.
Waves Education Pricing was last modified: November 10th, 2015 by Doug Watt