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£50 off all PS4 Consoles at Very. Get a Pro for £299.99

£299.99 @ Very
£50 off ALL PS4 Consoles at Very when you Buy Now Pay Later (over 12 months) meaning the Pro can be had for £299.99. The £50 is credited back to your account. OK, it's not as good as their recent … Read More
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6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago
£50 off ALL PS4 Consoles at Very when you Buy Now Pay Later (over 12 months) meaning the Pro can be had for £299.99.
The £50 is credited back to your account.

OK, it's not as good as their recent 20% off that's now expired, but I believe this is the cheapest way to get a pro?

Correct me if I'm wrong.

1. Buy any PlayStation console and select Buy Now Pay Later at checkout.
2. We'll automatically credit £50 back to your account by 1st Feb 2017, and we’ll email you when we have applied the credit to your account.
Buy Now Pay Later allows you to delay payment for up to 6, 9 or 12 months. The payment free period starts when you place your order.

Avoid interest by paying in full within the payment free period. If you don't, interest will be charged. Find out more in checkout.

Delivery charges are payable on your next statement.

Order must be placed online. If you return your item, the credit will be reversed. This offer can't be used in conjunction with other offers. Offer live 8th – 23rd Dec 2016.

Credit to JPS77
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21 Likes
natsy399
did this a couple of months ago with there other "£50 credited back to account" on any gaming product deal.
they didn't honour it, even after contacting customer services a few times and being told on several occasions it would be put in the account by certain dates, which never happened.
i've given up trying now...... I'm Just gonna avoid these so called deals from very.


Babbler
Take a screenshot of the offer. I'm still arguing the last one. :(


Vanderlust
Took out the 20% deal. Now concerned after reading the comments that they won't honour it.

I remember the good old days when every very deal on here automatically went FREEZING.

Such a **** company.
11 Likes
Take a screenshot of the offer. I'm still arguing the last one. :(

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2 Likes #1
I think you have to buy now and pay later and then they will credit £50 back to your account!
1 Like #2
waqar786
I think you have to buy now and pay later and then they will credit £50 back to your account!
I knew I was meant to add something else to the original post.
I'll edit now.
1 Like #3
cymru1978
waqar786
I think you have to buy now and pay later and then they will credit £50 back to your account!
I knew I was meant to add something else to the original post.
I'll edit now.


No probs!
3 Likes #4
It's been posted a dozen times as well.
#5
great
11 Likes #6
Take a screenshot of the offer. I'm still arguing the last one. :(
2 Likes #7
So this will cost me £350 and i get £50 back in my account to spend on future very purchases ? So it actually costs me 350 and not 300?
#8
kaiser051
So this will cost me £350 and i get £50 back in my account to spend on future very purchases ? So it actually costs me 350 and not 300?


no they add £50 credit which comes off the £350
1 Like #9
It took me almost 6 months to get £25 back from the last 10% off HP laptops deal. It was only when I said I was closing my account and leaving that they paid out within a couple of days.
#10
kaiser051
So this will cost me £350 and i get £50 back in my account to spend on future very purchases ? So it actually costs me 350 and not 300?

No they knock the £50 off, you then pay the £300
#11
Took out the 20% deal. Now concerned after reading the comments that they won't honour it.
#12
Vanderlust
Took out the 20% deal. Now concerned after reading the comments that they won't honour it.


Same here lol
#13
Bought my console last month when the same offer was on, took a screen grab as proof in case they try and get out of honouring it.
21 Likes #14
natsy399
did this a couple of months ago with there other "£50 credited back to account" on any gaming product deal.
they didn't honour it, even after contacting customer services a few times and being told on several occasions it would be put in the account by certain dates, which never happened.
i've given up trying now...... I'm Just gonna avoid these so called deals from very.


Babbler
Take a screenshot of the offer. I'm still arguing the last one. :(


Vanderlust
Took out the 20% deal. Now concerned after reading the comments that they won't honour it.

I remember the good old days when every very deal on here automatically went FREEZING.

Such a **** company.
3 Likes #15
I'd be sceptical about it, read reviews on very and there has been numerous issues with giving money, credit back on similar deals. Not voting either way, but for the sake of £15 pounds I'd buy it from say Argos and have 100% chance of no issues and collection.
...... each for their own, but at least read reviews and make up your decision.
4 Likes #16
le_jaeger
natsy399
did this a couple of months ago with there other "£50 credited back to account" on any gaming product deal.
they didn't honour it, even after contacting customer services a few times and being told on several occasions it would be put in the account by certain dates, which never happened.
i've given up trying now...... I'm Just gonna avoid these so called deals from very.
Babbler
Take a screenshot of the offer. I'm still arguing the last one. :(
Vanderlust
Took out the 20% deal. Now concerned after reading the comments that they won't honour it.
I remember the good old days when every very deal on here automatically went FREEZING.
Such a **** company.

Yet there's people like me who've ordered loads of stuff from Very over the years using their promotions and never had one problem at all and saved loads of money along the way.

It's amazing how companies treat one customer one way and another a different way. (_;)
4 Likes #17
totally go with argos, forget this bunch of scammers.
4 Likes #18
Very are awful :(
#19
I've ordered loads of stuff via very and only when offers/codes are on and never had 1 single issue with them.
Simplistic for me.
4 Likes #20
Strange thing is that this can't play 4K Blu-rays but the Xbox One S can, what's stranger is the Sony invented 4K.
#21
last deal like this they made sure didn't go through correctly and now telling people tough.
1 Like #22
cwest54
Strange thing is that this can't play 4K Blu-rays but the Xbox One S can, what's stranger is the Sony invented 4K.

There has been a concerted move away from physical media in recent years to digital media and streaming so missing a physical 4K disc player is not a big problem unless you live in the boondocks with poor internet.

However that isn't the reason this was left out of the PS4 Pro. Sony like to portray the PS4 as a gaming machine first and foremost and adding a 4K disc player in gives the impression the PS4 is moving away from that. There's also the fact that they save a bit of cash doing this as well.
#23
£17.25 bonus for all new Topcashback members brings the price down to £282.74 in addition to any other cash-back.


Edited By: BeneCog on Dec 12, 2016 00:06
3 Likes #24
I brought an ipad pro that was advertised as £100 credit back and would be applied to account in November. Chased when i hadnt heard anything. My history shows that I clicked via the email and ticked the BNPL option then when I questioned it they said that I hadnt put it on Buy Now Pay Later which I know i did. I had already purchased one from John Lewis but returned it when i saw this offer, so had the money to pay for it straight away but only chose to use Very for the £100 back which they are now not honouring. So Im clearing the balance and going to close my account. Didnt read reviews until it was too late.
2 Likes #25
No point getting ps4 pro, will wait for ps4 pro pro that actually support proper 4K HDR gaming :)
1 Like #26
chunky_ass
I brought an ipad pro that was advertised as £100 credit back and would be applied to account in November. Chased when i hadnt heard anything. My history shows that I clicked via the email and ticked the BNPL option then when I questioned it they said that I hadnt put it on Buy Now Pay Later which I know i did. I had already purchased one from John Lewis but returned it when i saw this offer, so had the money to pay for it straight away but only chose to use Very for the £100 back which they are now not honouring. So Im clearing the balance and going to close my account. Didnt read reviews until it was too late.

I done the same and got the £100 back, you obviously didn't select the right BNPL option, simple as that. I always take screenshots as well so they have to honour the deal.
#27
frozencake
chunky_ass
I brought an ipad pro that was advertised as £100 credit back and would be applied to account in November. Chased when i hadnt heard anything. My history shows that I clicked via the email and ticked the BNPL option then when I questioned it they said that I hadnt put it on Buy Now Pay Later which I know i did. I had already purchased one from John Lewis but returned it when i saw this offer, so had the money to pay for it straight away but only chose to use Very for the £100 back which they are now not honouring. So Im clearing the balance and going to close my account. Didnt read reviews until it was too late.
I done the same and got the £100 back, you obviously didn't select the right BNPL option, simple as that. I always take screenshots as well so they have to honour the deal.

I do everything on BNPL, for anything like that in the future i will definitely take a screen shot as its not worth the hassle
#28
Not had any major issues with Very. I took up a similar deal with them last year. Buy any Apple tablet or phone and get £50 back onto the account. Bought an ipad mini as soon as I added it to my account the £50 was applied to the account I then paid the rest of right away once I saw the £50 credit had been added.
2 Likes #29
Very is a shocking company to deal with!
#30
mreriksen
No point getting ps4 pro, will wait for ps4 pro pro that actually support proper 4K HDR gaming :)

Strange thing to say when there are games with native 4K

http://uk.ign.com/wikis/playstation-4/PS4_Pro_Game_Upgrades_and_Differences
#31
great deal as long as very honor it.. never had a problem with very in the past but have heard horror stories
3 Likes #32
Heat for the price, but personally I'd go for the Argos 315 deal, i know its £15 more but you pay and forget about it. This is too "wishy washy" for my liking.
#33
Worst company I've ever ordered from but good price.
#34
Cold. Very. Cold.
#35
My personal dislike of the console itself aside, this is a huge risk. You are essentially paying the full RRP and taking out a credit contract on the off-chance that a notoriously sketchy retailer might credit your account with 50 quid of store credit. You'll be totally at their mercy on this one and it isn't really worth it IMHO.

Edited By: Spark on Dec 12, 2016 13:32
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#37
I have never had a problem with Very. Yes, they are overpriced generally. I only buy when they send these voucher deals. I have always been credited with the amount promised a short time after the purchase, even before I have had to make a payment. So, theres none of this; get a credit to spend on another purchase malarky. You get the credit to your account with Very before you make a payment and thus in effect you are getting it at the reduced price as promised. I have bought a number of 3DS games this way.
#38
chunky_ass
I brought an ipad pro that was advertised as £100 credit back and would be applied to account in November. Chased when i hadnt heard anything. My history shows that I clicked via the email and ticked the BNPL option then when I questioned it they said that I hadnt put it on Buy Now Pay Later which I know i did. I had already purchased one from John Lewis but returned it when i saw this offer, so had the money to pay for it straight away but only chose to use Very for the £100 back which they are now not honouring. So Im clearing the balance and going to close my account. Didnt read reviews until it was too late.

Perhaps mention the phrase 'Trading Standards' in passing? Has got me out of a fair few similar situations with well dodgy dealers in the past. Very are definitely the pond feeders in this business.
#39
anyone loan me ? lol
#40
le_jaeger
natsy399
did this a couple of months ago with there other "£50 credited back to account" on any gaming product deal.
they didn't honour it, even after contacting customer services a few times and being told on several occasions it would be put in the account by certain dates, which never happened.
i've given up trying now...... I'm Just gonna avoid these so called deals from very.
Babbler
Take a screenshot of the offer. I'm still arguing the last one. :(
Vanderlust
Took out the 20% deal. Now concerned after reading the comments that they won't honour it.
I remember the good old days when every very deal on here automatically went FREEZING.
Such a **** company.

Used Very for around 2 years now. Bought loads using deals. No issues.

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