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10% Cashback on all Apple Laptops @ Currys

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Claim 10% cashback off the marked price when you purchase this product. Claims must be made here between 21 and 60 days after purchase. Offer ends 20/12/2016. Terms and Conditions apply. Cashback … Read More
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Claim 10% cashback off the marked price when you purchase this product. Claims must be made here between 21 and 60 days after purchase. Offer ends 20/12/2016. Terms and Conditions apply.

Cashback will be calculated as 10% of the retail price paid including VAT. The cashback amount will be rounded up to the nearest pound, for example a Mac notebook purchased at £1249 will receive £125 cashback. A Mac notebook purchased at £749 will receive £75.
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1 Like #1
Hmmm, they cost twice as much as they should so no deal for me.
#2
majdzinski1979
Hmmm, they cost twice as much as they should so no deal for me.
what Currys charge twice as much as the Apple shop? doubt that.
#3
Oof. That'll learn me. 10% seems like a good deal to me. Now I know better!
#4
Wow.....Wonder why this got cold for Crapple products :p
1 Like #5
The issue here is that they recently put their prices up, so you are only really getting it slightly higher than you would have before, instead of much higher ;)
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Oof. That'll learn me. 10% seems like a good deal to me. Now I know better!
The problem with the anti Apple brigade is that they don't understand the superior build, the way they hold their value and the superb service you get built into the price.
Buy a £500 Dell laptop, made of cheap plastic, when it breaks you are lucky if you get any support at all, especially if it's out of warranty.
If you have a 2 year old MacBook you can get support from Apple, they even ring you to help you. You can even walk in and get help in their shops.
Haven't seen a Dell, HP, ASUS or Lenovo shop on the high street lately.
#7
does this work with quidco or topcashback?
#8
bilbob
The issue here is that they recently put their prices up, so you are only really getting it slightly higher than you would have before, instead of much higher ;)


was thinking the same-and Currys prob bought in bulk before price increase, and couldnt sell them then at the lower (still high) price.
#9
Sambat
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Buy a £500 Dell laptop, made of cheap plastic, when it breaks you are lucky if you get any support at all, especially if it's out of warranty.

While I agree with you about the superior build, service etc of Apple (typing this on a late 2013 MBP 15" and waiting for a new MBP 15" with touch bar to be delivered!), I used to have a Dell. I sat on it one day while drunk and crushed the screen. Dell had a replacement screen fitted the very next day, under warranty, at my home. So it isn't all bad!

Anyway 10% cashback on a new MacBook is a deal, if you were going to buy one anyway, so I voted hot.

Edited By: dave80 on Dec 05, 2016 18:27
#10
TechNinja
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Oof. That'll learn me. 10% seems like a good deal to me. Now I know better!
The problem with the anti Apple brigade is that they don't understand the superior build, the way they hold their value and the superb service you get built into the price.
Buy a £500 Dell laptop, made of cheap plastic, when it breaks you are lucky if you get any support at all, especially if it's out of warranty.
If you have a 2 year old MacBook you can get support from Apple, they even ring you to help you. You can even walk in and get help in their shops.
Haven't seen a Dell, HP, ASUS or Lenovo shop on the high street lately.
Build quality is excellent, what about the internal spec that they charge you an arm and a leg, it's the same sh*t inside
Sorry don't understand what you are getting at. And why do you need to use the word sh*t, can't you think of the correct word?
#11
They would have to be half price to be a good deal.
#12
Sambat
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Oof. That'll learn me. 10% seems like a good deal to me. Now I know better!
The problem with the anti Apple brigade is that they don't understand the superior build, the way they hold their value and the superb service you get built into the price.
Buy a £500 Dell laptop, made of cheap plastic, when it breaks you are lucky if you get any support at all, especially if it's out of warranty.
If you have a 2 year old MacBook you can get support from Apple, they even ring you to help you. You can even walk in and get help in their shops.
Haven't seen a Dell, HP, ASUS or Lenovo shop on the high street lately.
Are you seriously trying to make your point by comparing a 500 quid dell to a 1200+ mac?
#13
bilbob
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Oof. That'll learn me. 10% seems like a good deal to me. Now I know better!
The problem with the anti Apple brigade is that they don't understand the superior build, the way they hold their value and the superb service you get built into the price.
Buy a £500 Dell laptop, made of cheap plastic, when it breaks you are lucky if you get any support at all, especially if it's out of warranty.
If you have a 2 year old MacBook you can get support from Apple, they even ring you to help you. You can even walk in and get help in their shops.
Haven't seen a Dell, HP, ASUS or Lenovo shop on the high street lately.
Are you seriously trying to make your point by comparing a 500 quid dell to a 1200+ mac?

But that is exactly the point. People are always saying what a rip off they think Apple laptop prices are and they should sell at £500 or £800 or whatever but don't take into account what you get for that extra money, e.g a great OS, superior build, excellent support, even on the high street depending on where you live. For me and many others that is worth paying the extra!
#14
bilbob
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Oof. That'll learn me. 10% seems like a good deal to me. Now I know better!
The problem with the anti Apple brigade is that they don't understand the superior build, the way they hold their value and the superb service you get built into the price.
Buy a £500 Dell laptop, made of cheap plastic, when it breaks you are lucky if you get any support at all, especially if it's out of warranty.
If you have a 2 year old MacBook you can get support from Apple, they even ring you to help you. You can even walk in and get help in their shops.
Haven't seen a Dell, HP, ASUS or Lenovo shop on the high street lately.
Are you seriously trying to make your point by comparing a 500 quid dell to a 1200+ mac?
I have a MacBook Pro which I have had quite a few years. During that time my friends have had upto 3 new laptops. During the same periodI think I have had 5 new OS installs/upgrades, all free. My friends have had to pay for a new Windows upgrade, except Windows 10 for a period of time.
My MacBook has never crashed from an update, if the updates work on my friends Windows laptop, they certainly have had crashes from installing them.
And of course, my friends have had issues with software and have tried to talk to both the laptop manufacturer, Microsoft, and the software manufacturers, all blame each other and rarely get a resolution.
Should you get an issue with software on an Apple product, Apple will always help, even when you don't have a warranty.
Do I need to turn this into a book?

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