12 Months 0% Finance @ Apple Store UK - Minimum spend: £399 - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HUKD app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
12 months 0% financing until 15th January 2015.

Minimum spend: £399

Apple's Example finance deal:

Cash Price £1000
Duration of Agreement 12 months
Representative APR 0% APR
12 Monthly payments of £83.33
Total Amount Payable £1000

Credit subject to status

I have been looking at getting an iMac as I am looking to replace my 5 year old Windows PC its that much more tempting now!

Just thought I would share

Thanks

Andrew
More From Apple:
×
Get the Hottest Deals Daily
Stay informed. Once a day, we'll send you the deals our members voted as the best.
Failed
AndyUK84 Avatar
2y, 5d agoFound 2 years, 5 days ago
Options

Top Comments

(5)
67 Likes
An " Apple " a day keeps the bailiffs in pay.oO
66 Likes
ipodandlaptops
RyanBest
I don't see the appeal of buying a macbook for thousands when you can get same spec PC for much less. Are people paying for the brand or lack of knowledge AKA they think because it costs loads of money, it must be the best?

You've clearly never used a macbook. People pay for quality in my opinion, your comment makes it sound like people who use Apple products are stupid for paying more for less spec. They could argue that your being a cheap stake by using a plastic covered laptop opposed to a metal cased one.

Each to their own and all...
So you're paying for the brand. It was just a question, i was curious. I own apple products myself, some of their products are what i prefer over another, and cost around the same. But in this situation you can get just as good of a PC for much less money minus the brand name. So no, you're not paying for quality you're paying for a brand name. What a stupid thing to say.


Edited By: RyanBest on Dec 02, 2014 02:35
47 Likes
RyanBest
I don't see the appeal of buying a macbook for thousands when you can get same spec PC for much less. Are people paying for the brand or lack of knowledge AKA they think because it costs loads of money, it must be the best?

You've clearly never used a macbook. People pay for quality in my opinion, your comment makes it sound like people who use Apple products are stupid for paying more for less spec. They could argue that your being a cheap stake by using a plastic covered laptop opposed to a metal cased one.

Each to their own and all...
24 Likes
When I told my wife I wanted a new macbook she said no 'cause we'd need a second mortgage to pay for it!... just woke her to say I've found an interest free one! :)

Thanks
22 Likes
Could've done this in 1983 when I forked out $9,995 for a Lisa....! How dare they change their offers! (_;)

All Comments

(460) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
Page:
1 Like #1
Ahh. Wish I didn't see this. Will make me want to buy a MacBook Pro now... With the highest specs... As it won't hurt my bank account straight away.
6 Likes #2
What a bunch of ******* I brought my apple stuff yesterday so that they donate a few quid to charity and the day after they offer 0%!

Edited By: NeoTrix on Dec 02, 2014 12:55: filter
24 Likes #3
When I told my wife I wanted a new macbook she said no 'cause we'd need a second mortgage to pay for it!... just woke her to say I've found an interest free one! :)

Thanks
#4
Could have done with this last month when I folked out 2.5k on a iMac 5k
22 Likes #5
Could've done this in 1983 when I forked out $9,995 for a Lisa....! How dare they change their offers! (_;)
67 Likes #6
An " Apple " a day keeps the bailiffs in pay.oO
#7
was waiting for this, thanks for the heads up! :p
#8
Happy iPad Air 2! Yepee
#9
Good deal bought my ipad retina 2 years ago with this. Makes a difference not having to pay any interest.
1 Like #10
Good post the calculator doesnt seem to work though
#11
How do I take advantage of this when I'm buying a retina iMac that's around £2k?

I've gone through the options and chose barclays financing but it's not giving me a 0% offer (i'm assuming cos they only do 0% on max £1000) or a way to put a deposit down so I only loan £1000

Used the education site if that makes a difference
banned#12
hot
#13
I just got an iPhone 6 last week on contract :-(
#14
Waiting on this, thanks OP
#15
I have tried going through the finance options on a iphone 6 but would only give minimum of 24 or 36 months with 14% interest i think it was or something close .. Sid not show a 12 month payment option ..
1 Like #16
1apple
hot
oh yeah like apple cake
#17
teng
I have tried going through the finance options on a iphone 6 but would only give minimum of 24 or 36 months with 14% interest i think it was or something close .. Sid not show a 12 month payment option ..

same
#18
They never have this offer when I need it
#19
Debating getting a iphone 6.... Decisions... this way it will be paid off in 12 months and i can get the next one without being tied to a 24 month contract.
#20
yus786
How do I take advantage of this when I'm buying a retina iMac that's around £2k?
I've gone through the options and chose barclays financing but it's not giving me a 0% offer (i'm assuming cos they only do 0% on max £1000) or a way to put a deposit down so I only loan £1000
Used the education site if that makes a difference

I got MacBook Pro with education discount on 0% finance a couple of years ago so I doubt that's the problem.
5 Likes #21
I don't see the appeal of buying a macbook for thousands when you can get same spec PC for much less. Are people paying for the brand or lack of knowledge AKA they think because it costs loads of money, it must be the best?

Edited By: RyanBest on Dec 02, 2014 02:20
#22
Put an order in for a macbook air.site takes you to barclays financing but doesn't offer 0% payment option, only the 14.9%. Didnt go through with finance application but order still stands so will have to ring apple tomorrow to see if they can offer it with the finance deal.
47 Likes #23
RyanBest
I don't see the appeal of buying a macbook for thousands when you can get same spec PC for much less. Are people paying for the brand or lack of knowledge AKA they think because it costs loads of money, it must be the best?

You've clearly never used a macbook. People pay for quality in my opinion, your comment makes it sound like people who use Apple products are stupid for paying more for less spec. They could argue that your being a cheap stake by using a plastic covered laptop opposed to a metal cased one.

Each to their own and all...
#24
yus786
How do I take advantage of this when I'm buying a retina iMac that's around £2k?

I've gone through the options and chose barclays financing but it's not giving me a 0% offer (i'm assuming cos they only do 0% on max £1000) or a way to put a deposit down so I only loan £1000

Used the education site if that makes a difference

The 0% finance in only available when spread over 3-12 months. Any longer and they lump interest on it..... that could be why... I dunno. Maybe they don't offer finance on the student store.
66 Likes #25
ipodandlaptops
RyanBest
I don't see the appeal of buying a macbook for thousands when you can get same spec PC for much less. Are people paying for the brand or lack of knowledge AKA they think because it costs loads of money, it must be the best?

You've clearly never used a macbook. People pay for quality in my opinion, your comment makes it sound like people who use Apple products are stupid for paying more for less spec. They could argue that your being a cheap stake by using a plastic covered laptop opposed to a metal cased one.

Each to their own and all...
So you're paying for the brand. It was just a question, i was curious. I own apple products myself, some of their products are what i prefer over another, and cost around the same. But in this situation you can get just as good of a PC for much less money minus the brand name. So no, you're not paying for quality you're paying for a brand name. What a stupid thing to say.


Edited By: RyanBest on Dec 02, 2014 02:35
#26
I have an ipad and iphone.

But must admit the iMac's are ridiculously overpriced for what they are.

I bought an All in One PC and have no regrets. Top spec and I saved £600. Can buy another in 2 years with the money I've saved.
#27
Comment
xtreme123
What a bunch of ******* I brought my apple stuff yesterday so that they donate a few quid to charity and the day after they offer 0%!

14 day return policy. Take it back and grab this deal if you want it.

Edited By: NeoTrix on Dec 02, 2014 12:56: filter
#28
Call 0800 048 0408 to do the finance and educational discount together.
4 Likes #29
Whatever happened to saving up (cash) for things and then buying stuff outright? oO
#30
ukez
Whatever happened to saving up (cash) for things and then buying stuff outright? oO


That's boring and sensible haha! Can you put down a lump sum and have a reduced monthly tariff?
#31
No 12 month option on iphone 6 ?
14 Likes #32
Comment
RyanBest
ipodandlaptops
RyanBest
I don't see the appeal of buying a macbook for thousands when you can get same spec PC for much less. Are people paying for the brand or lack of knowledge AKA they think because it costs loads of money, it must be the best?

You've clearly never used a macbook. People pay for quality in my opinion, your comment makes it sound like people who use Apple products are stupid for paying more for less spec. They could argue that your being a cheap stake by using a plastic covered laptop opposed to a metal cased one.

Each to their own and all...
So you're paying for the brand. It was just a question, i was curious. I own apple products myself, some of their products are what i prefer over another, and cost around the same. But in this situation you can get just as good of a PC for much less money minus the brand name. So no, you're not paying for quality you're paying for a brand name. What a stupid thing to say.



I didn't buy a MBP for the brand name or build quality, though build quality did play a part. I bought it for OS X, battery life and for the Apple customer service should anything go wrong. You didn't just 'ask a question' you said something about people lacking knowledge and assuming it's good because it's expensive which comes across as a tad patronising and unnecessary. Same could be said for your lack of research into the good things about Apple products. Not saying these are a better buy than Windows tech (I'm a windows phone user) but I cannot stand patronising people that talk down to people who invest in Apple products.
#33
Thanks for the heads up OP. Hopefully they'll do this when the 6S is out. I like the i6 but can't justify paying over 500 for a device with a small amount of RAM that could become a problem with future iOS updates.
#34
AStonedRaichu
Debating getting a iphone 6.... Decisions... this way it will be paid off in 12 months and i can get the next one without being tied to a 24 month contract.


This is exactly what I was thinking!
1 Like #35
so how do you order with 0% financing online? Seems to be confusing,
1 Like #36
rodman
so how do you order with 0% financing online? Seems to be confusing,

Seems fairly straight forward to me (unless you're not seeing this option):
http://i.imgur.com/Jqu6rWi.png

This is for iPhone 6, by the way.
1 Like #37
buy from very intrest free and get 10% off fir 12 months ?
2 Likes #38
Comment
RyanBest
I don't see the appeal of buying a macbook for thousands when you can get same spec PC for much less. Are people paying for the brand or lack of knowledge AKA they think because it costs loads of money, it must be the best?


I think with Apple your paying for the system as opposed to the general hardware. Their os runs flawless. I am not a fanboy but I currently own an iPhone 4, I also have a PC gaming rig and gaming laptop. Sorry to say both windows machines have had some sort of hardware/software issues in their lifetime (something which would be unlikely on the mac)

Obviously, there's so many things that can go wrong with a PC, I mean there's so many different combination of components - but I do agree in terms of spec you can get a better spec PC for the money - but with that you may get conflicting hardware issues along the way.

In addition I think macs have the edge for graphics work etc? So depends what ppl want to use it for really.
2 Likes #39
teng
Sid not show a 12 month payment option ..

It's not my fault.... (_;)
#40
Yes! Was hoping they'd do this again

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!