Apple 10 Months 0% Finance on all Apple products over £429 - Up to 3% Cashback with Quidco - HotUKDeals
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0% Finance spread over 10 months for all apple products over £429

Once you click on the link you will see the deal on the right hand side but you can also get the offer by selecting finance when at the checkout.
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4 Likes #1
I polled 10 people. none of them have been waiting for this deal, and 20% of them laughed until tears rolled down their cheeks.

Do you work in the gov't ?


Edited By: GoTeamMuffins on Nov 28, 2011 10:07
18 Likes #2
Why would you buy presents on credit ? If you can't afford it, and it's not essential, like a house or car for work, don't buy it.
3 Likes #3
It's a good deal if you were going to buy one anyway and already have the money.
If I was buying a mac for around the £1000 mark, I would be tempted to leave the money in an interest earning account and pay off at £100 per month.
But I wasn't "waiting for this deal"
#4
elky
It's a good deal if you were going to buy one anyway and already have the money.
If I was buying a mac for around the £1000 mark, I would be tempted to leave the money in an interest earning account and pay off at £100 per month.
But I wasn't "waiting for this deal"

I doubt you'd gain much interest doing that even - £30 ?
Compare to the risk of not clearing it in 10 months and getting stung ...
5 Likes #5
Woohoo, now mere mortals can afford to buy an Apple product, then have to call Ocean Finance 11 months later!
12 Likes #6
renderman
Why would you buy presents on credit ? If you can't afford it, and it's not essential, like a house or car for work, don't buy it.


I really do cringe at these sort of pathetic self righteous comments. May your happy, utopian, and rose-tinted spectacle life be a good one renderman !
6 Likes #7
Cringe all you like. Why not save up the money if it's for a gift ?
5 Likes #8
The deal most people who live beyond their means have been waiting for.
5 Likes #9
Why not save £100 per month into a savings account ,and then buy a better spec product in 10 months when the new "improved" imac is out. you also have the advantage of earning the interest on your savings. Then in 10 months - you can pay for it with no outstanding debts and at a slightly reduced price (due to interest) and have a better model.
I fail to see how this is a "rose tinted utopian exsistance" As it is people borrowing more than they can afford that have plunged the world economy into Chaos.

I don't blame the people either as not everyone has the same education in our society , rather the banks and companies that allow them to get in his situation.

Rant Over.. oO
2 Likes #10
Well do what you like, but if you are going to buy an apple product as a christmas present for someone(or yourself) I would definitely not mind spreading the cost over 10 months at no cost to me.

Edited By: dbwun on Nov 28, 2011 12:34
#11
payment option is not a deal imo so spamming
nothing wrong with interest free though if you are aware that its not the same as free
#12
renderman
Cringe all you like. Why not save up the money if it's for a gift ?


Description changed. It doesn't matter who and what the purpose of buying one is for, it just might come in handy for someone.
#13
GoTeamMuffins
I polled 10 people. none of them have been waiting for this deal, and 20% of them laughed until tears rolled down their cheeks.

Do you work in the gov't ?


May be because they all have a mac.

Description changed.
8 Likes #14
some utterly pathetic comments in here. :yawn:
#15
Voted hot. With a bit of luck the financiers will overreach themselves as the greedy banks did with sub prime mortgages and a build up toxic debts a few months down the line will lead to a price crash in Macs.

I and my cleared credit card shall be waiting.
6 Likes #16
For someone after an iphone who doesn't want to be locked into a contract, but can't afford the upfront cost in one hit, this is pretty good.
3 Likes #17
If you can't afford it, you should not be buying it.

We will all return to that mentality soon. It is just a matter of time now.
#18
cant believe this is classed as a deal
#20
think this is good, esp for iphoes x
1 Like #21
chaos_chris
Why not save £100 per month into a savings account ,and then buy a better spec product in 10 months when the new "improved" imac is out.


Couple of reasons...

1) If your computer has just broken, why wait 10 months to buy another?
2) £800 now is worth less than £800 in 10 months time. Ok, inflation is low at the moment, so you'll only probably save a few pence.
#22
good deal, i did 0% 12 months with best buy on a macbook pro, spread the cost into 12 payments with zero additional cost to myself, yes please!
2 Likes #23
renderman
Why would you buy presents on credit ? If you can't afford it, and it's not essential, like a house or car for work, don't buy it.


Absolutely right !
And part of the reason why folk are so short of money - too much owing on credit.
#24
punkstoner1
If you can't afford it, you should not be buying it.

We will all return to that mentality soon. It is just a matter of time now.


lol :D
#25
fryster
For someone after an iphone who doesn't want to be locked into a contract, but can't afford the upfront cost in one hit, this is pretty good.


Hmmmm? This is still a contract, for x / 10 per month. So you are still locked into a contract by using the finance option to buy a SIM free iPhone.
5 Likes #26
seriously, what is the difference between putting £100 away each month and paying in one go vs getting the product now and then paying £100 a month interest free..... your still £100 a down each month either way, get back in your box

gizmouk
renderman
Why would you buy presents on credit ? If you can't afford it, and it's not essential, like a house or car for work, don't buy it.

Absolutely right !
And part of the reason why folk are so short of money - too much owing on credit.
10 Likes #27
punkstoner1
If you can't afford it, you should not be buying it.

We will all return to that mentality soon. It is just a matter of time now.


so you will never own a house unless you save up the £200,000 to buy it
#28
Good deal, Although I would personally only use it if I needed it urgently.
5 Likes #29
If you can AFFORD the monthly repayments then whats the problem?
1 Like #30
Cold - Apple product
1 Like #31
If you really wanted it why haven't you been saving for the last 10 months instead of buying random tat here on HUKD?
2 Likes #32
gizmouk
renderman
Why would you buy presents on credit ? If you can't afford it, and it's not essential, like a house or car for work, don't buy it.

Absolutely right !
And part of the reason why folk are so short of money - too much owing on credit.


credit is fine.. its when people dont repay
3 Likes #33
Yikes, didn't know there were so many self righteous people on here!! Credit wasn't designed for people who 'can't afford' things! Like a previous sensible comment - if you can afford £100 a month, what's the problem? Do we now have to save £300 a month for 4 years and then go and buy a car, or does it make more sense to have the car now and pay it off??

Some people need to put their soap boxes away! oO
#34
Agree with above. It improves credit rating too, which is great for people who don't have credit cards.
I did the same thing last year buying a new TV - I had enough money in the bank to buy loads of TVs, but chose the interest free option because it's these small things that help credit ratings providing you pay on time. I find it best to have the payments done on direct debit
#35
how long before you get an answer when you apply threw the finance
7 Likes #36
jazferbetay
how long before you get an answer when you apply threw the finance


I'm afraid you've been rejected fella.
#37
So how would this differ from getting a credit card with 9 months 0% for purchases can we have deals on these wonder how hot they would get. Just shows how stupid Apple followers are to believe 9 months interest free is a new and novel idea to vote it hot.

Also with a 0% credit card you can spend less than £429


Edited By: newbie1001 on Dec 01, 2011 13:23
1 Like #38
punkstoner1
If you can't afford it, you should not be buying it.

We will all return to that mentality soon. It is just a matter of time now.

yeah tell that to the governments who keep on borrowing and burying us all in debt. Unfortunately the world does not revolve on cash but on credit, thus the phrase "credit worthiness". No country would survive if they only "lived within their means".
1 Like #39
finbaar
Cold - Apple product

this site is about deals - does not include prejudices for or against certain brands.oO
1 Like #40
everybody keeps talking about presents. I just want to buy it. For me. Not a present. And it is a good DEAL. HOT!

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