£100 cashback with any laptop or macbook £599 and over @ currys pc world
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£100 cashback with any laptop or macbook £599 and over @ currys pc world

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Found 13th Aug 2014
Seems like a good deal especially for a macbook purchase and have checked the claim form which seems straight forward.

Does anyone have any experience of claiming cashback on laptops in previous offers? I have read about the infamous Samsung tablet offer but not seen many negatives about general laptop offers.

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Possibly cashback through TopCashBack on top of that! If you have a TCB account go to the link

topcashback.co.uk/cur…ys/ they are offering:

1.05% cashback on Online Purchase -Delivery Order
1.05% cashback on Reserve & Collect Order

http://www.topcashback.co.uk/pc_world/
1.05% cashback on Other Online Purchase
1.05% cashback on Reserve and Collect Purchase




Customers will be eligible to receive £100 cashback upon purchasing any laptop, MacBook or Microsoft Surface Pro priced £599 or over from Currys PC World between Wednesday 13th August at 7pm and Wednesday 24th September 2014There is a maximum of five cashback claims per person. Cashback claims will be paid as one total amount, in one payment, directly into a nominated UK bank account.The claim form can be found onwww.curryspcworldcashback.com and must be completed no sooner than 21 days and no later than 60 days from the date of purchase. For the avoidance of doubt, the day after your purchase date counts as day one.Claims must be submitted online only and postal claims will not be accepted. The promotion is open to residents of the UK, and Isle of Man. This offer is open to employees of DSG Retail and may be used in conjunction with colleague discount but not with any other offer.Currys PC World reserves the right to disqualify fraudulent, incomplete, altered or illegible claims.Currys PC World is not responsible or liable for any technical, hardware, software, server, website, or other failures outside our control that prevents the customer participating in the promotionCustomers providing an incomplete claim form will be notified via email and offered the opportunity to rectify any omissions within seven daysPC World Business customers are entitled to cashback on in-store take away stock on eligible products. Cashback is not available on PC World Business extended range, online sales or in-store products ordered for delivery.You can return your product unopened in its original and undamaged packaging within 21 days and we'll give you an exchange or full refund, provided you have your receipt. You will not be able to claim cashback on items you have returned.

I bought an lenovo g700 for around 500 about a year ago from Curry's. A month later I put in my claim form and got 100 back. assuming it's the same, it'll be easy. don't lose your receipt

If you can, it may be worth going through the Apple Student Store as the price is WAY cheaper on there, plus they are running a £60 gift card promotion over the summer, with any Mac Purchase (excl. Mac Mini)

AzNDeals

If you can, it may be worth going through the Apple Student Store as the … If you can, it may be worth going through the Apple Student Store as the price is WAY cheaper on there, plus they are running a £60 gift card promotion over the summer, with any Mac Purchase (excl. Mac Mini)

unless you want a windows machine

The Sony vaio tap 11 looks perfect for me (surface pro 3 being absurdly overpriced)

£100 cash back still overpriced on most of them.

Can anyone find a decent laptop to use this on? Most of them seem pretty average or overpriced to begin with.

This isn't too bad for a multimedia machine / light gaming but still a bit average for £750.

http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing/laptops/laptops/asus-n550jk-15-6-laptop-silver-10010938-pdt.html

Better deals from Dell IMO.
Edited by: "Picard123" 16th Aug 2014

Picard123

Can anyone find a decent laptop to use this on? Most of them seem pretty … Can anyone find a decent laptop to use this on? Most of them seem pretty average or overpriced to begin with.This isn't too bad for a multimedia machine / light gaming but still a bit average for £750.http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing/laptops/laptops/asus-n550jk-15-6-laptop-silver-10010938-pdt.htmlBetter deals from Dell IMO.


There's a nice 15.6 inch HP Envy on there which has a HD touchscreen too.
currys.co.uk/gbu…tml
Also if you're looking for something with dedicated graphics I can't see how Dell has better deals.

Edited by: "_Cloudruler_" 17th Aug 2014

I brought a MacBook Air wife last year when they ran the same promotion. Very smooth process. I also used TCB to get a few extra quid.

If you want a MacBook then it's a decent discount on something that rarely gets reduced.

make sure you do not use the O2 offers £25 off £250
£50 off £750
I tried with the £599 laptop and buying extra items to bring the total still over £599 so i could claim the £100 but the O2 voucher can not be used in conjuction as it will brong the laptop under £599 and then not be elegible for cashback so i had to take it back and buy it again without the O2 voucher

asandino

make sure you do not use the O2 offers £25 off £250£50 off £750I tried wit … make sure you do not use the O2 offers £25 off £250£50 off £750I tried with the £599 laptop and buying extra items to bring the total still over £599 so i could claim the £100 but the O2 voucher can not be used in conjuction as it will brong the laptop under £599 and then not be elegible for cashback so i had to take it back and buy it again without the O2 voucher




You can still use TooCashBack though go through TopCashBack on top of that! If you have a TCB account go to the link

topcashback.co.uk/cur…ys/ they are offering:

1.05% cashback on Online Purchase -Delivery Order
1.05% cashback on Reserve & Collect Order

http://www.topcashback.co.uk/pc_world/
1.05% cashback on Other Online Purchase
1.05% cashback on Reserve and Collect Purchase

_Cloudruler_

There's a nice 15.6 inch HP Envy on there which has a HD touchscreen … There's a nice 15.6 inch HP Envy on there which has a HD touchscreen too.http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing/laptops/laptops/hp-envy-15-j181na-15-6-touchscreen-laptop-silver-10018826-pdt.htmlAlso if you're looking for something with dedicated graphics I can't see how Dell has better deals.



I've got the same model but with 720p screen. I did have 17" model with 1080p screen but it failed, and mine has started to get the occasional line on the screen, looks like CPU is overheating. The touchpad isn't very nice. With an SSD it does fly though. I'll be selling it and getting a Chromebook, once I've stripped it down and sorted out the overheating issue.

So is it not possible to use the Unidays discount code in conjunction?

fishmaster

I've got the same model but with 720p screen. I did have 17" model with … I've got the same model but with 720p screen. I did have 17" model with 1080p screen but it failed, and mine has started to get the occasional line on the screen, looks like CPU is overheating. The touchpad isn't very nice. With an SSD it does fly though. I'll be selling it and getting a Chromebook, once I've stripped it down and sorted out the overheating issue.


For about £800 it's probably better to spend the money on a Gigabyte if gaming is really a priority.

_Cloudruler_

For about £800 it's probably better to spend the money on a Gigabyte if … For about £800 it's probably better to spend the money on a Gigabyte if gaming is really a priority.



Not for gaming, the HD 4600 is rubbish for gaming. I just got it through work because it was cheap. I don't really need it.

fishmaster

Not for gaming, the HD 4600 is rubbish for gaming. I just got it through … Not for gaming, the HD 4600 is rubbish for gaming. I just got it through work because it was cheap. I don't really need it.


The 15 inch has a GT 840M but for the money a Gigabyte or MSI would be best. Considering its 2.5kg in weight even if gaming wasn't a priority it'd still be better to have a good graphics card than not if they're around the same price. Would make more sense if it was a stupidly light machine.
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