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AppleCare for MacBook Pro £40.00

nikomou Avatar
6y, 2m agoFound 6 years, 2 months ago
Just ordered the lower spec 13-inch MacBook Pro from apple (i rang up) and they offered me AppleCare - usually 199.99 for only 40.00..

Not sure if its because i'm a student, or because its on finance - but still a great deal!
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It's because you're a student, if you're not a student best place to get Apple care is ant American seller with decent feedback on eBay. A fraction of the price for exactly the same thing
#2
As gabba panda said, however I would strongly recommend you get the ones sold with the physical box, not just online reg code as these have been faked in the past. They appear completely legit until you actually need to get the machine serviced, Apple figures it out and asks for proof which you don't have.

Also this applies to AppleCare for Macs only, AppleCare for the iPhone sold in the US is valid in the US only.
#3
Yeah, you need the box, not just the serial No. I can't believe that scam's still running on ebay, they must have made thousands by now. I paid £90 for a boxed version from a business marketplace seller on amazon.
#4
If you buy from the edu shop, you get 3 years hardware warranty (aka Applecare) thrown in as of right. The extra £40 only entitles you to additional telephone help, which for most is £40 wasted.

Probably why you are getting cold votes.
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jmarcelino
They appear completely legit until you actually need to get the machine serviced

You have to type the code into the online apple care page to activate it, surely it's validated at this point?

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