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£50 back on all IPads i.e. 32GB IPad 2017 - £289.00 at Very

£289.00 @ Very
£50 back on all IPads when you choose Buy Now Pay Later at Very I have done many of these for other Apple products and they have always credited as per their terms. Read More
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1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago
£50 back on all IPads when you choose Buy Now Pay Later at Very

I have done many of these for other Apple products and they have always credited as per their terms.
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#1
Very will automatically credit your account by 24th August 2017.
#2
#3
Wish they did the pro...
#4
kibethewalrus
Wish they did the pro...
They do, link is here, it's because my link was selecting the IPad 2017, if you clear the filter, there are other IPads.

http://www.very.co.uk/e/b/118971/promo/ipad-credit-to-account.end
#5
Got my 2017 iPad for £340 after the 20% they were offering last time. No issues at all with cashback.
#6
Great offer again! Thanks for posting heat added!
#7
Do I have to spend the credit with Very, or can I cash it out?
1 Like #8
buddn07
Do I have to spend the credit with Very, or can I cash it out?

Neither. You buy the iPad on BNPL, the cashback just get's taken off your credit bill.
#9
Thanks, just ordered
1 Like #10
TT2k
They do, link is here, it's because my link was selecting the IPad 2017, if you clear the filter, there are other IPads.http://www.very.co.uk/e/b/118971/promo/ipad-credit-to-account.end
Thanks, I guess I should have searched myself! Will see if i can justify this...
1 Like #11
Not worth the hard foot print on your credit file..
#12
sorry if asked, does it work with offer codes?
3 Likes #13
adi0604
Not worth the hard foot print on your credit file..


It's not a problem if you pay your bills on time
#14
kibethewalrus
Wish they did the pro...

They did £100 cash back on the Pro a few weeks back. I got mine for £519 :) They are £619 everywhere.
#15
Make sure you screenshot this offer and that they credit you're account. I've had to remind them before about the crediting my account after buying the product. Usual no issues once they've acknowledged it though
#16
espirit77
adi0604
Not worth the hard foot print on your credit file..

It's not a problem if you pay your bills on time


Sure keep applying for few of these credits, only to get cash back and see your credit score plummeting.
#17
Be wary of this offer. Very are on their last 28 days to give me my £50 before i take them to court
2 Likes #18
adi0604
Sure keep applying for few of these credits, only to get cash back and see your credit score plummeting.


What exactly are you talking about? Credits to your Very account do NOT have a negative impact on your credit rating. It just reduces the price of anything you ordered. It's not difficult to understand. I've had a Very account for 7 years and my credit rating is excellent.
#19
sarahbrooks0107
How did you do that?
#20
Took part in their last 3 xx% or £xx back offers with no issue. Get the new pro, don't bother with the awful "iPad", which is just a spec bumped air, which is noticeably worse for screen quality compared to the Air 2.

The only reason they lowered the price was down to the cheap old school manufacturing processes re-introduced.

Having an air gap in between glass and a screen in 2017 is shocking tbh.
#21
striker33
Took part in their last 3 xx% or £xx back offers with no issue. Get the new pro, don't bother with the awful "iPad", which is just a spec bumped air, which is noticeably worse for screen quality compared to the Air 2.
The only reason they lowered the price was down to the cheap old school manufacturing processes re-introduced.
Having an air gap in between glass and a screen in 2017 is shocking tbh.
I don't much like the iPad Air 2 screen ( feels hollow and is a fingertip magnet) but love the thicker,stronger feeling Ipad 2017, more powerful CPU/GPU,the double storage- all for less money. Great work Apple.
1 Like #22
adi0604
Not worth the hard foot print on your credit file..


Why is a decent discount, on a product that is normally hard to find any discount on, not worth a hard search of your credit file?
#23
I received the £50 back to my account within the time frame quoted when I bought my Iphone in May. This new offer came at just the right moment yesterday when we looking to buy the 32gb new Ipad as a present. Ordered and despatched yesterday. The £50 was credited back to the account within a few hours yesterday so no need to wait for the 24th August quoted. Ipad arrived today. Nothing to complain about here. Cracking offer!
#24
Used a 10% off code and there was a 10% cash back offer on a few months ago for the same product which came in slightly cheaper. But still a great deal!
1 Like #25
chapchap
striker33
Took part in their last 3 xx% or £xx back offers with no issue. Get the new pro, don't bother with the awful "iPad", which is just a spec bumped air, which is noticeably worse for screen quality compared to the Air 2.
The only reason they lowered the price was down to the cheap old school manufacturing processes re-introduced.
Having an air gap in between glass and a screen in 2017 is shocking tbh.
I don't much like the iPad Air 2 screen ( feels hollow and is a fingertip magnet) but love the thicker,stronger feeling Ipad 2017, more powerful CPU/GPU,the double storage- all for less money. Great work Apple.

For anyone confused whether to buy an iPad Air 2 or iPad 2017, the following image won't help you >

https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/02/1d/bf/021dbf62f955002713b1d8ac74dd07d9--dishwasher-air-gap-toilet-sink.jpg
#26
No problems with them crediting money back when I bought a iPhone earlier this year, they credited me the £100 back a week early before the date they were supposed to.
#27
adi0604
espirit77
adi0604
Not worth the hard foot print on your credit file..
It's not a problem if you pay your bills on time
Sure keep applying for few of these credits, only to get cash back and see your credit score plummeting.

Rubbish...
#28
Uhh come someone explain how Buy Now Pay Later works? When I check out, I enter in my credit card details like normal, and does it just delay when it takes it out? How do you make payment(s) when you're ready? Finally, can i put it on buy now pay later and pay it all right after just because I don't want to pay the 40% interest?

"Buy Now Pay Later allows you to delay payment for up to 9 or 12 months. The payment free period starts when you place your order.The interest is calculated from order date and will be added to your account after the end of the payment free period. Avoid interest by paying in full within the payment free period. Find out more in checkout.Delivery charges and other Financial Services products are not available on Buy Now Pay Later and will appear on your next statement."
#29
adi0604
espirit77
adi0604
Not worth the hard foot print on your credit file..
It's not a problem if you pay your bills on time
Sure keep applying for few of these credits, only to get cash back and see your credit score plummeting.
not really,I got Very and other credits, use it and always pay in time.my credit score is actually growing.
#30
chapchap
How did you do that?
What do you mean? They had £100 credit with iPad pro if purchased by a date in June. So did it on BNPL. Took delivery. Credit of £100 applied to my account reducing the debt of the remaining ipad balance (y)
1 Like #31
adi0604
Sure keep applying for few of these credits, only to get cash back and see your credit score plummeting.

What rubbish. Having no credit is worse for your credit score than having sensible and manageable credit options that you maintain and pay off. It's not like it's a pay day loan or a purchase from somewhere like Bright House with punitive fees and interest rates...
#32
kick the can down the street...

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