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12 Months 0% Finance @ Apple Store UK - Minimum spend: £399

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I tried searching but could not find an existing deal, so apologies if someone else has already beat me to it! I know this is not really a deal as such but for me its a much better way of affording… Read More
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4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago
I tried searching but could not find an existing deal, so apologies if someone else has already beat me to it!

I know this is not really a deal as such but for me its a much better way of affording Apple products without having to pay a huge amount in one go.

There's a couple of options for the finance either you can go through PayPal Credit (although I have heard bad things about credit with PayPal) or through Barclays which seems the best bet in my opinion. I used them when i got my new iPhone 6 a couple of years ago and didn't have any problems at all.

Representative Example:
£699 Loan Amount
Cash Price £699
Duration of Agreement 12 months
Representative APR 0% APR
Rate of Interest 0% p.a
12 Monthly payments of £58.25
Total Amount Payable £699
Credit subject to status

Ends 14th March 2017

Just thought I would share as anyone looking for any Apple products its a more affordable way to shop.

I am not a Apple fan boy by any means, and I know this is probably going to get plenty of cold votes as well, but hopefully this will be of use to some people :)

Cheers

Andrew
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shahidali47
hate apple stuff

Don't buy any then - it's not obligatory.

(And it's a bit foolish to read posts labelled clearly about the very Apple stuff you hate isn't it?)
52 Likes
shahidali47
hate apple stuff


Why look at this deal then?
51 Likes
shahidali47
hate apple stuff

Just because you can't afford their stuff, no need to hate.
46 Likes
Good job they offer this as one would need finance to afford anything from Apple! :p

Don't give them your money, financed or not, remember they were one of the first to up their prices after Brexit despite needing it the least, since they were hardly competitively priced to begin with....

That aside, I have no problem with the deal itself if it helps out people who were going to buy Apple anyway, just don't get how they can justify their pricing.

Edited By: ST3123 on Mar 01, 2017 19:48
30 Likes
Thanks for posting, wether you like Apple or not it's another way of saving money which is what this site is about. I dislike android because it's rubbish but you'd never get me dissing it on here!

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#1
This is with Barclays 0% and not paypal.. :)
2 Likes #2
Henlans
This is with Barclays 0% and not paypal.. :)

When you go through to the checkout and payment screen there is the option to pay with Paypal 0% credit as well :)

Or at least there was when I checked before posting the deal!
46 Likes #3
Good job they offer this as one would need finance to afford anything from Apple! :p

Don't give them your money, financed or not, remember they were one of the first to up their prices after Brexit despite needing it the least, since they were hardly competitively priced to begin with....

That aside, I have no problem with the deal itself if it helps out people who were going to buy Apple anyway, just don't get how they can justify their pricing.

Edited By: ST3123 on Mar 01, 2017 19:48
30 Likes #4
Thanks for posting, wether you like Apple or not it's another way of saving money which is what this site is about. I dislike android because it's rubbish but you'd never get me dissing it on here!
1 Like #5
With PayPal 0% credit you get 3 months 0% if you spend more than £150 in 1 transaction
123 Likes #6
shahidali47
hate apple stuff

Don't buy any then - it's not obligatory.

(And it's a bit foolish to read posts labelled clearly about the very Apple stuff you hate isn't it?)
1 Like #7
Paypal OMG they are so bad it's unreal. Have you ever tried ringing them when there is a problemon, on their premium rate line I think they have shares in.
2 Likes #8
drtongue
Paypal OMG they are so bad it's unreal. Have you ever tried ringing them when there is a problemon, on their premium rate line I think they have shares in.


I'll admit I've had a bad experience with PayPal credit but a 5 minute phone call to their freephone number sorted it out
3 Likes #9
Go with Barclays or set up a separate PayPal account. I hated that they make your default payment method PayPal credit and you can't change it! I bought my iPhone like this ages ago. Accidentally paid for something else and they add the interest onto the total amount so even if you pay off the interest based item gets paid last. I cleared it in 3 months and swore never again use it on my main PayPal account!
7 Likes #10
so the new iPads will be after the 14th march then for definite :(
4 Likes #11
You're much better off applying for a long 0% interest credit card if possible.
Otherwise I suppose this is decent.
1 Like #12
:) good deal
52 Likes #13
shahidali47
hate apple stuff


Why look at this deal then?
7 Likes #14
http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/credit-cards/PayPal-Section75

Please don't use Paypal. Not even under £100. They dont tell you about this fraud so are they trustworthy?
10 Likes #15
tonydix21
I dislike android because it's rubbish but you'd never get me dissing it on here!

Haha, genius.


Edited By: ezzer72 on Mar 01, 2017 21:44
51 Likes #16
shahidali47
hate apple stuff

Just because you can't afford their stuff, no need to hate.
#17
any codes or routes to getting discount as in previous years?
#18
cantonbean
Go with Barclays or set up a separate PayPal account. I hated that they make your default payment method PayPal credit and you can't change it! I bought my iPhone like this ages ago. Accidentally paid for something else and they add the interest onto the total amount so even if you pay off the interest based item gets paid last. I cleared it in 3 months and swore never again use it on my main PayPal account!
Same thing happened to me. eBay one-click didn't let me choose a card on PayPal and I ended up using PayPal credit to pay for my purchases.
1 Like #19
If anyone is looking at a rMBP 2016 the 2015 is available, just buried at the very bottom of the MBP apple page.
The 2015 is one heck of a machine.
2 Likes #20
Ends 14th March 2017

It means new Apple product will be available after that date!
2 Likes #21
deany76
If anyone is looking at a rMBP 2016 the 2015 is available, just buried at the very bottom of the MBP apple page.
The 2015 is one heck of a machine.
Not worth it, the 2016 is much better, I returned mine and got the 2016 model. It's worth the extra price, once you hear the new MBP speakers and feel its build quality, you cant use any other laptop for media without being disgusted.
2 Likes #22
tonydix21
Thanks for posting, wether you like Apple or not it's another way of saving money which is what this site is about. I dislike android because it's rubbish but you'd never get me dissing it on here!

You just did! Or did I just feed the troll oO
12 Likes #23
Minimum spend £399 so that's an Apple carrier bag then :{
#24
If they hadn't seriously bumped all the prices up last month then this kind of offer wouldn't be needed.
3 Likes #25
shahidali47
hate apple stuff
People who hate Apple for the sake of it are losers, usually have no software or computer engineering knowledge. They'll also usually buy Apple clones at lower prices and adamant their cheaper trash is better.
#26
CouldntThinkOfAUsername
deany76
If anyone is looking at a rMBP 2016 the 2015 is available, just buried at the very bottom of the MBP apple page.
The 2015 is one heck of a machine.
Not worth it, the 2016 is much better, I returned mine and got the 2016 model. It's worth the extra price, once you hear the new MBP speakers and feel its build quality, you cant use any other laptop for media without being disgusted.

To be fair speaker quality does not really interest me the 2015 speakers being more than adequate for 'normal' use.
Build quality of 2015 is exceptional, as no doubt 2016 is.
1 Like #27
great.
heat added.
4 Likes #28
tonydix21
Thanks for posting, wether you like Apple or not it's another way of saving money which is what this site is about. I dislike android because it's rubbish but you'd never get me dissing it on here!
How is it another way of saving money if you end up paying exactly the RSP?
1 Like #29
Or buy from very for the same price as Apple and then when they have a 20% apple cash back event and buy now pay 12 months later.
#30
lidds
tonydix21
Thanks for posting, wether you like Apple or not it's another way of saving money which is what this site is about. I dislike android because it's rubbish but you'd never get me dissing it on here!
How is it another way of saving money if you end up paying exactly the RSP?
Because some people don't like blowing £4k in 1 go.

Heat added!

Edited By: neiiilers on Mar 01, 2017 22:41
1 Like #31
lidds
tonydix21
Thanks for posting, wether you like Apple or not it's another way of saving money which is what this site is about. I dislike android because it's rubbish but you'd never get me dissing it on here!
How is it another way of saving money if you end up paying exactly the RSP?


Because I can keep the money I would otherwise pay in an interest-earning bank account, and make the repayments each month. So, I in essence 'profit' from my purchase. It's known as Stoozing.
4 Likes #32
Yikes, no wonder I see poor people with the latest Apple products...
#33
cabstar
Or buy from very for the same price as Apple and then when they have a 20% apple cash back event and buy now pay 12 months later.

iOS and macOS is fantastic, but not for everyone.

"Very returns-"
• 6.2 All products are sold on the basis that they are for personal, domestic use only.
... so no good for a business purchase.

http://returnspolicy.net/v/very/
"...The item must not have been used"

Yes you have the "Consumer Rights Act 2015" and the The Consumer Contracts (formerly Distance Selling).

But clearly there may / will be "quibble" with Very returns.

AVOID
2 Likes #34
Apple lost my custom after the rip off 20% price rise.
#35
I love my iMac and MacBook 12, but there are no new ones yet... this offer will come again so I'll wait.
13 Likes #36
Sp0oner
Apple lost my custom after the rip off 20% price rise.

That's everyone, the Surface prices went up, the Sonos prices went up, I've been eyeing up some TVs and they went up too.

Shouldn't have voted out of the EU.
1 Like #37
cabstar
Or buy from very for the same price as Apple and then when they have a 20% apple cash back event and buy now pay 12 months later.


10% on my account for laptops ! Do u have a voucher for 20% apple products
12 Likes #38
Hahaha getting a mobile phone on credit. What has the world come to. If you can't afford a phone don't get it on credit. Save up for it. If you think spending £600 odd on a phone upfront is too much buy a cheaper one or save up enough till you can buy it without questioning the up front cost. Bloody joke
#39
mnneast
cabstar
Or buy from very for the same price as Apple and then when they have a 20% apple cash back event and buy now pay 12 months later.
10% on my account for laptops ! Do u have a voucher for 20% apple products

I think that solely when your an existing new VERY customer?, or whatever ..... (unless I'm mistaken?)
1 Like #40
mnneast
cabstar
Or buy from very for the same price as Apple and then when they have a 20% apple cash back event and buy now pay 12 months later.

10% on my account for laptops ! Do u have a voucher for 20% apple products

The amount those Apple Products $cost$, you need every penny you can get ...

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