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Also useable voucher codes = 15% off - XX585, £30 off £60 spend- XX103

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#1
or you could just google it!
#2
Yeah, and if you do youll notice that they sell for up to £150 on ebay ;]
#3
Expired :(
Sorry, we are having a problem taking you to your chosen area of [url]www.additionsdirect.co.uk[/url] but will be fixing it soon
#6
Same deal as Woolworths, which is all part of the same group: http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/586508/2-years-applecare-for-macbook-macbo
#7
there is a macbook pro at £29.00 but if you use the offer code for first time user its a tenner off making it £19.00.

i just wonder what it actually covers, as your statutory rights can sometimes cover just as much if not more
#8
Heres all the details from apple guys, hope it helps.

http://www.apple.com/uk/support/products/proplan.html
#9
bigweapon07
there is a macbook pro at £29.00 but if you use the offer code for first time user its a tenner off making it £19.00.

i just wonder what it actually covers, as your statutory rights can sometimes cover just as much if not more


code for first time user pls?
#10
risheet
code for first time user pls?


heres the details of the code and how to gain £10 once you have set up your account

https://www.additionsdirect.co.uk/rf/add/secure/navigation/catrequest/catalogRequest.do?cm_re=Homepage-_-Banner-_-Request+a+Catalogue
#11
05jamhad
Yeah, and if you do youll notice that they sell for up to £150 on ebay ;]


..well £45.95 at any rate
#12
twinkle
..well £45.95 at any rate


profit is profit!
#13
05jamhad
profit is profit!


Indeed:thumbsup:
#14
Also useable voucher codes = 15% off - XX585, £30 off £60 spend- XX103
#15
thanks :)
#16
this seems to be £279 on the Apple website and includes full service cover if your mac breaks down - or have got the wrong thing?

http://store.apple.com/uk/product/MC259?mco=MTM4NTI1ODQ#overview
#17
just read the t&c's and it is just basically if the machine goes faulty on its own in 3 years (which consumer rights would protect you in any case)
also apple can request you replace some readily installable parts
i personally think they are just printing money

nothing special, just peace of mind for some people
#18
scottc
this seems to be £279 on the Apple website and includes full service cover if your mac breaks down - or have got the wrong thing?

http://store.apple.com/uk/product/MC259?mco=MTM4NTI1ODQ#overview


I believe that is correct however this does not cover Macbook pro, which is what you appear to have linked to :S

if you want cover for macbook pro you can also get it from additions, but for £29
if this is what you need go here >http://www.additionsdirect.co.uk/rf/add/p.do/electricals/applecare-protection-plan-for-macbook-pro?Ntx=mode+matchallpartial&SNtt=apple+care&Ns=prod_in_stock|1||prod_min_base_price|0||scu_id|1&Nao=0&groupId=545469304&Nu=this_product&SNtk=generic_search&Np=1&SN=154+104+85&Ntt=545469304&D=545469304&Ntk=group_search&Dx=mode%2bmatchall&thisprod=545469304&N=154+104+85&Nty=1&Mis_item_id=15&Mis_item_loc_id=1&product=545469304&pageSize=12

Hope that helps
#20
this also covers 13" macbook pro as mine turned up today and worked a treat!
#21
paolo
These are selling on ebay for £50. So not much ebay profit in it :roll:


there is if you take into consideration, the discount codes, or infact the initial £10 off if you havent used the site before
#22
The ones on eBay are not the full retail package - they are only keygen serial codes are are not always accepted when you go to make a claim. Apple may want to know where you purchased the cover - e.g. was it from an official reseller? They may ask to see proof of purchase. Unless you have the box, then the ones on eBay are pretty much worthless. Just google it !!!

If the Additions Direct and Woolworths ones are honoured, it will be a fantastic.
#24
I agree...
#25
Payment received, so it says on the additions site....
#26
DocDock
Payment received, so it says on the additions site....


...and now it will say in tracking your order

Sorry, we are having a problem taking you to your chosen area of [url]www.additionsdirect.co.uk[/url] but will be fixing it soon.

Click here to return to the home page.

...been here so many times it's embarrassing :oops:
#27
Yep.

Nothing ventured, nothing gained and all that.

Hasn't there been a load of "misprices" from this lot today?
#28
worked for me, ordered sunday turned up monday!
#29
Got my confirmation email through, so far so good.
#30
twinkle
...and now it will say in tracking your order

Sorry, we are having a problem taking you to your chosen area of [url]www.additionsdirect.co.uk[/url] but will be fixing it soon.

Click here to return to the home page.


BANG ON! That's exactly whats happened :roll:
#31
I ordered with woolies and additions, bother were cancelled today as no longer availalble
#32
just checked my bank and they have credited me the £24 but not the £3.95 delivery :x can they do this????
#33
hazseljord
just checked my bank and they have credited me the £24 but not the £3.95 delivery :x can they do this????


This happened to me too, I have emailed asking them to refund the delivery charge asap. They didn't even email me to tell me that the order was cancelled they just returned the £24 to my bank.
#34
Robbing *******s. Me too!!! Not only that - they overcharged delivery in the first place.
#35
Anybody had any joy getting the delivery price back on their cards?

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