Apple iPad Pro, 32GB, Wi-Fi, 9.7in - Rose Gold/Space Grey £499 + £3.99 P&P £100 credit making it £399 @ Very - HotUKDeals
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Apple iPad Pro, 32GB, Wi-Fi, 9.7in - Rose Gold/Space Grey £499.00 + £3.99 P&P £100 credit making it £399 @ Very

£499.00 @ Very
£100 back on all computers £450+ when choosing buy now pay later. Offer ends 6th Oct. P&P £3.99. iPad Pro is more than the next generation of iPad - it's an uncompromising vision of personal com… Read More
RiverDragon8 Avatar
6m, 4w agoFound 6 months, 4 weeks ago
£100 back on all computers £450+ when choosing buy now pay later. Offer ends 6th Oct.

P&P £3.99.

iPad Pro is more than the next generation of iPad - it's an uncompromising vision of personal computing for the modern world. It puts incredible power that leaps past most PCs at your fingertips. It makes even complex work as natural as touching, swiping or writing with a pencil.

Display:
9.7in multi-touch screen.
LED backlit display with iPS technology.
Retina display - features over three million pixels for a more crisp and vibrant experience.
2048 x 1536 resolution at 264 pixels per inch.
Fingerprint resistant coating.
Features:
Support for simultaneous display of multiple languages and characters.
32GB memory capacity.
Uses the latest iOS operating system.
2.26GHz processor speed.
Speaker and microphone built-in.
Connectivity:

Bluetooth.
3.5mm stereo headphone jack.
General information:
Up to 10 hours battery life (depending on usage).
Size H24, W16.9, D0.61cm.
6.1mm thin.
Weight 444g.
EAN: 888462760799

Link to the Space Grey http://www.very.co.uk/apple-ipad-pro-32gb-wi-fi-97in-space-grey/1600105664.prd?_requestid=200993

Other retailers are selling this tablet for £499.99.... plus you got 0% for 12 months so you can spread the cost.
RiverDragon8 Avatar
6m, 4w agoFound 6 months, 4 weeks ago
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7 Likes
mas99
39.9% !
**** off


If you didn't have the attention span of a flea, you'd realize that buy now pay in 12 months is interest free.

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1 Like #1
no stock until the 7th October
#2
http://i65.tinypic.com/2v3prly.jpg


Edited By: RiverDragon8 on Sep 29, 2016 19:07: edit
#3
Heat added :)
#4
Does it work on the 12.9" version?
#6
grey in stock now
2 Likes #7
Just bought the iPad Air 2 128gb last night from the same deal £369 after the cashback.
#8
This include the GTX 1070? Doesn't show up in the list but it doesn't specify a restriction on computer products in the Ts and Cs that I can see.
#9
Digsby12
no stock until the 7th October
offer expires on 6th October haha good luck
#10
39.9% !
**** off
#11
Shame it doesn't include mobile phones
7 Likes #12
mas99
39.9% !
**** off


If you didn't have the attention span of a flea, you'd realize that buy now pay in 12 months is interest free.
#13
thanks
#14
mtuk1
mas99
39.9% !
**** off


If you didn't have the attention span of a flea, you'd realize that buy now pay in 12 months is interest free.


Where does it say interest free?
#15
Hope i'm not being thick, i never buy things on pay monthly.

Can this £100 credit be cashed out or does it need to be spent on Very? Can i pay for it all in one go rather than monthly?
#16
Will this deal be honoured on the ipad air 2 as it comes into stock after the promotion ends
#17
saby1
Will this deal be honoured on the ipad air 2 as it comes into stock after the promotion ends


nope. I called them about the ipad pro yesterday when it wasn't in stock. they said they would not honour it if the item is not in stock before the promotion ends

Edited By: puttardon on Sep 30, 2016 14:20: wrong spelling
#18
puttardon
saby1
Will this deal be honoured on the ipad air 2 as it comes into stock after the promotion ends
nope. I called them about the ipad pro yesterday when it wasn't in stock. they said they would not honour it if the item is not in stock before the promotion ends
Thank you.
#19
I've been looking at the buy now pay later options and nothing at all is said about it being interest free, but you mentioned that it was. Am I missing something?
#20
puttardon
saby1
Will this deal be honoured on the ipad air 2 as it comes into stock after the promotion ends
nope. I called them about the ipad pro yesterday when it wasn't in stock. they said they would not honour it if the item is not in stock before the promotion ends

I asked them on their online chat about the iPad Pro, they said that it would be honored as the purchase was made before the offer ended. Had the conversation emailed to me.

I will not open it tho until I get the discount back just in case I need to return it..
#21
Nackattack
I've been looking at the buy now pay later options and nothing at all is said about it being interest free, but you mentioned that it was. Am I missing something?

The option of buy now pay later, is interest free for up to 12 months, after that they charge you interest on the debt.
When you get to the payment screen it explains the terms and conditions.

From their website:
Buy Now, Pay Later - How it works

BNPL allows you to buy your items now and pay nothing for up to 12 months. You can pay what you want when you want, and if you pay the balance in full by the end of the payment free period, you’ll avoid any interest.

Select either:

Buy Now Pay Later for 6 months when you spend £100 or more (1 month = 28 days)
Buy Now Pay Later for 9 months when you spend £150 or more (1 month = 28 days)
Buy Now Pay Later for 12 months when you spend £200 or more (12 calendar months)

The payment free period will start from the date of order (including for those items which are purchased on pre-order and/or are not ready for immediate dispatch). The interest will be added to your account after the end of the payment free period.

Edited By: bellerip on Sep 30, 2016 16:34: Adding more info
#22
10% off code too on new accounts.
#23
dazzl3r324
mtuk1
mas99
39.9% !
**** off


If you didn't have the attention span of a flea, you'd realize that buy now pay in 12 months is interest free.


Where does it say interest free?


Look for it. It's written in black and white.
#24
Sedgefield
10% off code too on new accounts.


No £100 off for you. You can't use both.
#25
bellerip
Nackattack
I've been looking at the buy now pay later options and nothing at all is said about it being interest free, but you mentioned that it was. Am I missing something?

The option of buy now pay later, is interest free for up to 12 months, after that they charge you interest on the debt.
When you get to the payment screen it explains the terms and conditions.

From their website:
Buy Now, Pay Later - How it works

BNPL allows you to buy your items now and pay nothing for up to 12 months. You can pay what you want when you want, and if you pay the balance in full by the end of the payment free period, you’ll avoid any interest.

Select either:

Buy Now Pay Later for 6 months when you spend £100 or more (1 month = 28 days)
Buy Now Pay Later for 9 months when you spend £150 or more (1 month = 28 days)
Buy Now Pay Later for 12 months when you spend £200 or more (12 calendar months)

The payment free period will start from the date of order (including for those items which are purchased on pre-order and/or are not ready for immediate dispatch). The interest will be added to your account after the end of the payment free period.


In addition, you have to pay the £3.99 delivery charge in the first month.
#26
This there an setup admin fee with this?
#27
gold and rose back in stock
#28
djarj
Hope i'm not being thick, i never buy things on pay monthly.
Can this £100 credit be cashed out or does it need to be spent on Very? Can i pay for it all in one go rather than monthly?

Yes, would also like to know this?

Not really £100 off if you have to spend it on something.

This from another thread on here:

Yes this will work, as I have done this before. Add the product to the basket, and check out as 12 months BNPL. Once the credit applied to your account, clear the full balance. Also if you have any delivery charge, make sure you pay-off the delivery charge within the 1st month. Because delivery charge is NOT included in BNPL deal.

:)

Edited By: zorbathegeek on Oct 01, 2016 14:49: more info
#29
zorbathegeek
djarj
Hope i'm not being thick, i never buy things on pay monthly.
Can this £100 credit be cashed out or does it need to be spent on Very? Can i pay for it all in one go rather than monthly?
Yes, would also like to know this?
Not really £100 off if you have to spend it on something.

You have to open a credit account with Very then purchase one on credit using the BNPL option. You then get £100 taken off the bill in 45 days time. Meaning you only pay back £399 plus the postage cost.
#30
bellerip
zorbathegeek
djarj
Hope i'm not being thick, i never buy things on pay monthly.
Can this £100 credit be cashed out or does it need to be spent on Very? Can i pay for it all in one go rather than monthly?
Yes, would also like to know this?
Not really £100 off if you have to spend it on something.
You have to open a credit account with Very then purchase one on credit using the BNPL option. You then get £100 taken off the bill in 45 days time. Meaning you only pay back £399 plus the postage cost.

Anyone having problems with Very? Can't say I wasn't warned but I queried why I had a minimum payment this month and they said I hadn't bought the iPad on BNPL - I know I did as it's the only reason I bought from them, anyway they changed it to BNPL but are saying the can't apply the £100 cash back as it can only be claimed at the point of sale...I have to phone their accounts department later

That's exactly what they said to me, am fuming. I thought this might happen so didn't open the iPad, am sending this right back

Uh-oh.

Maybe these chaps just got unlucky??

I'll likely roll the dice anyway.
#31
i took a roll of the dice
#32
djarj
i took a roll of the dice


I don't understand some people. Why is it a roll of a dice?
#33
mtuk1
djarj
i took a roll of the dice
I don't understand some people. Why is it a roll of a dice?

Try reading the quotes I posted.
#34
zorbathegeek
mtuk1
djarj
i took a roll of the dice
I don't understand some people. Why is it a roll of a dice?

Try reading the quotes I posted.


Ohh. Sassy aren't you? None of which tell us why "it's a roll of the dice".
#35
mtuk1
zorbathegeek
mtuk1
djarj
i took a roll of the dice
I don't understand some people. Why is it a roll of a dice?
Try reading the quotes I posted.
Ohh. Sassy aren't you? None of which tell us why "it's a roll of the dice".

Which part of 'I didn't get my £100 cashback' requires further explanation?
1 Like #36
zorbathegeek
mtuk1
zorbathegeek
mtuk1
djarj
i took a roll of the dice
I don't understand some people. Why is it a roll of a dice?
Try reading the quotes I posted.
Ohh. Sassy aren't you? None of which tell us why "it's a roll of the dice".
Which part of 'I didn't get my £100 cashback' requires further explanation?

I'd give up mate, as someone said earlier. Attention span of a flea.
#37
djarj
zorbathegeek
mtuk1
zorbathegeek
mtuk1
djarj
i took a roll of the dice
I don't understand some people. Why is it a roll of a dice?
Try reading the quotes I posted.
Ohh. Sassy aren't you? None of which tell us why "it's a roll of the dice".
Which part of 'I didn't get my £100 cashback' requires further explanation?
I'd give up mate, as someone said earlier. Attention span of a flea.

:D

Well I just rolled the dice. To be fair, the BNPL part of the checkout confused me a bit and took a couple of tries before confirming.

The missus will be well happy with her birthday present.
#38
zorbathegeek
djarj
zorbathegeek
mtuk1
zorbathegeek
mtuk1
djarj
i took a roll of the dice
I don't understand some people. Why is it a roll of a dice?
Try reading the quotes I posted.
Ohh. Sassy aren't you? None of which tell us why "it's a roll of the dice".
Which part of 'I didn't get my £100 cashback' requires further explanation?
I'd give up mate, as someone said earlier. Attention span of a flea.
:D
Well I just rolled the dice. To be fair, the BNPL part of the checkout confused me a bit and took a couple of tries before confirming.
The missus will be well happy with her birthday present.

Yeah i was the same.

I got on the chat to make sure i will get the £100 credit and they confirmed it.
#39
zorbathegeek
mtuk1
zorbathegeek
mtuk1
djarj
i took a roll of the dice
I don't understand some people. Why is it a roll of a dice?
Try reading the quotes I posted.
Ohh. Sassy aren't you? None of which tell us why "it's a roll of the dice".

Which part of 'I didn't get my £100 cashback' requires further explanation?


You never said that. Do you really think an established company like Very is not going to pay up?
#40
djarj
zorbathegeek
mtuk1
zorbathegeek
mtuk1
djarj
i took a roll of the dice
I don't understand some people. Why is it a roll of a dice?
Try reading the quotes I posted.
Ohh. Sassy aren't you? None of which tell us why "it's a roll of the dice".
Which part of 'I didn't get my £100 cashback' requires further explanation?

I'd give up mate, as someone said earlier. Attention span of a flea.


Yes, you have, haven't you?

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