£100 cash back on all MacBooks! MacBook Pro 13" with retina display £999 (£899 after cash back!) @ PC World
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£100 cash back on all MacBooks! MacBook Pro 13" with retina display £999 (£899 after cash back!) @ PC World

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There's no store in the title.

Where in the world?

O2 priority have a £50 off £500 spend so could you effectively get the 11" for £599? Not a bad price if you can combine the code and cash back

Cold from me buy it via apple from the education store for £859 with 3 year applecare

Apple is so overpriced already, even the £100 cashback wouldn't bring it to the adequate pricing it truly deserves.

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Zool

Cold from me buy it via apple from the education store for £859 with 3 … Cold from me buy it via apple from the education store for £859 with 3 year applecare

useful if I'm not a student?

delboy79

Commentuseful if I'm not a student?



It works for anyone.

And you can take advantage of most student deals online if you know any student.

Do the student offers only apply to higher education? Wondering if it was like the old Microsoft offers where it was if you had a child in school.

Zool

Cold from me buy it via apple from the education store for £859 with 3 … Cold from me buy it via apple from the education store for £859 with 3 year applecare



Just checked that and the 3 year AppleCare is for an additional £48 .. total price of £907.20.... or was there a promo code ??

icloud

Just checked that and the 3 year AppleCare is for an additional £48 .. … Just checked that and the 3 year AppleCare is for an additional £48 .. total price of £907.20.... or was there a promo code ??


pretty sure that extra £48 is phone support and yes anybody can use the link above I'm currently typing on a MBPr which turned up yesterday ordered from that link

Banned

Vastly overpriced. Won't stop apple fanbois though, they'd buy a steaming dollop of turd if apple put their name to it.

hotchocolate

O2 priority have a £50 off £500 spend so could you effectively get the 1 … O2 priority have a £50 off £500 spend so could you effectively get the 11" for £599? Not a bad price if you can combine the code and cash back



AMEX also have £10 off a £50 spend.

Already used o2 £50 off £500 spend on ipad air 2 128gb when it was £30 off on black Friday. Tempted to use it on this now that the offer reappeared on O2 priority. X)

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lolyehright

Vastly overpriced. Won't stop apple fanbois though, they'd buy a … Vastly overpriced. Won't stop apple fanbois though, they'd buy a steaming dollop of turd if apple put their name to it.



I'm sorry but not everyone is a 'fanbois'. Some people appreciate a quality product. Something which will last a long time. Some people look at this sort of thing as an investment. OSX is far superior to windows in so many aspects.

I bought a MacBook Pro in 2011 for £1000. I've just sold it for £600. So £400 for 3 years use of a quality product, I wouldn't be calling that over priced. If be calling that good economics.

Don't hate on Apple cos some people happen to prefer OSX and the whole apple ecosystem. For some types of work nothing but OSX will suffice

Zool

Cold from me buy it via apple from the education store for £859 with 3 … Cold from me buy it via apple from the education store for £859 with 3 year applecare



Where do you see the 3 year apple-care - I can't seem to find it on the apple website going via the student links?

Has anybody be found out yet whether the O2 Prioroty £50 off offer can be used as well as the cash back? I've looked at the cash-back t&cs and can't find anything stopping you. But the 02 offer says not to be used with any other offer.

The way I see it, at the time you're buying the item with £50 off, you're not claiming another offer. You don't claim the cash back until 21 days later.

Am I right?

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Yes you can use O2 as well as O2 is a coupon code of the ticket price and as you rightly said you claim the £100 cash back later regardless of what you paid for your Mac!

Zool

He's the link http://store.apple.com/uk_edu_5000711/buy-mac/macbook-pro


May I ask, how did you get to this page on the apple website? I am trying to use TCB but clicking through to apple from TCB site and then looking for the education section brings me to a page that asks for my institution details. Whereas your link takes me to a page which allows me to purchase without proving any education status.

matwalaboy

Where do you see the 3 year apple-care - I can't seem to find it on the … Where do you see the 3 year apple-care - I can't seem to find it on the apple website going via the student links?



comes included with student mac. I literally just purchased through the student store before seeing this deal but factoring in the applecare cost, it's not a huge difference and a lot less hassle

Has anyone had wifi issues since upgrading to yosemite? If so how did you fix it?
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