Apple MacBook Pro with Retina Display 13.3", Intel® Core™ i5, 8GB RAM, 128GB £799 Apple Mac 20% Credit To Account @ very.co.uk - HotUKDeals
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Apple MacBook Pro with Retina Display 13.3", Intel® Core™ i5, 8GB RAM, 128GB £799.00 Apple Mac 20% Credit To Account @ very.co.uk

£799.00 @ Very
1. Buy an Apple Mac and select Buy Now Pay Later in checkout. 2. We'll automatically credit 20% of the Apple Mac price back to your account by 27th September 2016. Buy Now Pay Later allows you…
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1. Buy an Apple Mac and select Buy Now Pay Later in checkout.

2. We'll automatically credit 20% of the Apple Mac price back to your account by 27th September 2016.

Buy Now Pay Later allows you delay payment for up to 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.

If you return your item, the credit will be reversed. This offer can't be used in conjunction with other offers.

Credit provided, subject to credit and account status by Shop Direct Finance Company Ltd. Aintree Innovation Centre, Park Lane, Netherton, Bootle L30 1SL. Over 18's. Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
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#1
Clearing stock for new models coming in the next month or two. I wouldn't recommend buying unless absolutely necessary.
#2
S c 0 TT y
Clearing stock for new models coming in the next month or two. I wouldn't recommend buying unless absolutely necessary.

On the Pros/Airs yes, but the MacBook is new this year in terms of specs.
#3
ScarboroughKID
S c 0 TT y
Clearing stock for new models coming in the next month or two. I wouldn't recommend buying unless absolutely necessary.
On the Pros/Airs yes, but the MacBook is new this year in terms of specs.

Yep, my bad - I just seen the Retina Macbook Pro 13" in title so was referring to this line.
#4
Is this a good deal? Can you upgrade the HDD? I've got a mac 2008 and it's been upgraded to the hilt but only two hours battery and gets so hot it burns my legs.
1 Like #5
Its Very though, they wont honour any sort of warranty or help out with any issue, like the you cant return anything thats been plugged in which is against the law but you cant do anything.
#6
Can't see where the 20% off is
1 Like #7
Skymonkey
Is this a good deal? Can you upgrade the HDD? I've got a mac 2008 and it's been upgraded to the hilt but only two hours battery and gets so hot it burns my legs.

None of them are upgradable. The 20% off is a good deal, better than student discount on the MacBook. Like first poster said though, Pros and Airs are due major upgrades in the next few months.
#8
avoid very at all cost even better to have Nokia 3210 than buying this Mac from them I mean very is that bad
1 Like #9
Skymonkey
Is this a good deal? Can you upgrade the HDD? I've got a mac 2008 and it's been upgraded to the hilt but only two hours battery and gets so hot it burns my legs.


You can't upgrade anything on the new MacBooks :( I have a late 2008 MacBook that is in pretty much the same boat as yours.. I removed the disk drive and put in an ssd as my system drive and put a 1tb HDD for storage and I upgraded the ram to 8gig etc.. I get about 3-4 hours without being plugged in :) for me it's not an issue as its no longer used as a 'laptop' and is almost always plugged in and is desked, I have a top line 2015 MBP for 'on the go' but i know how you feel.. If you are looking at these specs and feel you will defo NEED to upgrade them don't bother.. Pay a bit more and get the spec you want :)
#10
New model out soon. Would wait till these are reduced further.
1 Like #11
Is this "credit to your account" actually a discount or £160 to spend on Very products at their inflated prices?
#12
worthinger
Is this "credit to your account" actually a discount or £160 to spend on Very products at their inflated prices?
Direct credit to your account, thereby reducing what you owe them. If new Macs weren't just around the corner this would be a better deal.

The offer applies to MacBooks and iMacs, not just the one in this post. If you are in the market for the 12" Macbook Very's deal are excellent.
1 Like #13
waynebeetison
Its Very though, they wont honour any sort of warranty or help out with any issue, like the you cant return anything thats been plugged in which is against the law but you cant do anything.

Get AppleCare, Apple will sort you out. Some of the best customer service in the industry.
1 Like #14
Mathaeus
Skymonkey
Is this a good deal? Can you upgrade the HDD? I've got a mac 2008 and it's been upgraded to the hilt but only two hours battery and gets so hot it burns my legs.
You can't upgrade anything on the new MacBooks :( I have a late 2008 MacBook that is in pretty much the same boat as yours.. I removed the disk drive and put in an ssd as my system drive and put a 1tb HDD for storage and I upgraded the ram to 8gig etc.. I get about 3-4 hours without being plugged in :) for me it's not an issue as its no longer used as a 'laptop' and is almost always plugged in and is desked, I have a top line 2015 MBP for 'on the go' but i know how you feel.. If you are looking at these specs and feel you will defo NEED to upgrade them don't bother.. Pay a bit more and get the spec you want :)

Yeah, mine is used when I need it, which I guess isn't that often. It's been dropped, pulled apart, upgraded etc etc and works. Reckon I'll be using it still in 2018... Upgrading is part of the fun. I pay eventually go for a good hackintosh.
#15
Skymonkey
Mathaeus
Skymonkey
Is this a good deal? Can you upgrade the HDD? I've got a mac 2008 and it's been upgraded to the hilt but only two hours battery and gets so hot it burns my legs.
You can't upgrade anything on the new MacBooks :( I have a late 2008 MacBook that is in pretty much the same boat as yours.. I removed the disk drive and put in an ssd as my system drive and put a 1tb HDD for storage and I upgraded the ram to 8gig etc.. I get about 3-4 hours without being plugged in :) for me it's not an issue as its no longer used as a 'laptop' and is almost always plugged in and is desked, I have a top line 2015 MBP for 'on the go' but i know how you feel.. If you are looking at these specs and feel you will defo NEED to upgrade them don't bother.. Pay a bit more and get the spec you want :)

Yeah, mine is used when I need it, which I guess isn't that often. It's been dropped, pulled apart, upgraded etc etc and works. Reckon I'll be using it still in 2018... Upgrading is part of the fun. I pay eventually go for a good hackintosh.


It'll definitely still be as good in 2018! There isn't really much difference in performance between the 2008 and the 2015! Obviously if I've got a lot going on in photoshop or Logic Pro then the 2015 inches ahead in performance but in real terms were in not for the battery and overall weight my 2008 MBP is still a beast :)
#16
Bought a MacBook Pro 13". Thanks OP. I know the new ones are round the corner but for £200 I can't say no! Heat!
#17
I ordered a 12" Macbook for my mother, I expect it to show up on Friday.
I want a Pro for myself but I will wait for the new models.

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