12 Months 0% Interest Free on Apple Mac & iPad Pro @ John Lewis
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12 Months 0% Interest Free on Apple Mac & iPad Pro @ John Lewis

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Found 2nd Nov
With John Lewis offering reduced MacBooks this may be of some interest to those wishing to buy and spread the cost

iPad link
MacBook link

Spend £599 or more on Macbook or iPad Pro items and apply for 12 months 0% Finance - Purchase must be made between 1st - 14th November 2017, In Store Only also

Even though the prices MAY fall further heading towards Black Friday, still seems a good option for those wishing to purchase now

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Edward_Teach21 m ago

Apple are a lovely walled garden.


Most people need that walled garden and it doesn’t stop then doing what they most need a computer or tablet for, unlike a malware infection. It’s straighforward to run any software you want on a Mac if you know how but again, most people don’t need to, it keeps those most vunerable safe whilst allowing those with enough knowledge to keep themselves safe or get themselves out of trouble the freedom to do what they want.

Ah, strangers on the internet criticising other strangers' buying choices.

Love PC? Buy a PC. Love a Mac? Guess what? Do what the hell you want.

Thanks for spotting the deal, op
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What MacBooks are reduced? All the 2017 models appear to be the same price as the Apple Store.

Apple are a lovely walled garden.

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mattoligy13 m ago

What MacBooks are reduced? All the 2017 models appear to be the same price …What MacBooks are reduced? All the 2017 models appear to be the same price as the Apple Store.


never said they were 2017, the 2016 M5 chips are £200 cheaper

Edward_Teach21 m ago

Apple are a lovely walled garden.


Most people need that walled garden and it doesn’t stop then doing what they most need a computer or tablet for, unlike a malware infection. It’s straighforward to run any software you want on a Mac if you know how but again, most people don’t need to, it keeps those most vunerable safe whilst allowing those with enough knowledge to keep themselves safe or get themselves out of trouble the freedom to do what they want.

Perfect

Edward_Teach36 m ago

Apple are a lovely walled garden.


People like things that are easy to use, regardless of being hemmed in — just look how successful Facebook is.

My favourite store, just a shame they don’t offer the pay nothing for 3,6,9,12 months like Argos Card or even Currys offer.
Edited by: "masliya" 2nd Nov

patrick_00016 m ago

People like things that are easy to use, regardless of being hemmed in — j …People like things that are easy to use, regardless of being hemmed in — just look how successful Facebook is.

But Facebook is an echo chamber.

phoenix722 h, 11 m ago

never said they were 2017, the 2016 M5 chips are £200 cheaper


The 2017 models have a lot of improvements over the 2016. There are deals around on the latest models so it’s not worth going for last years model at a minimal saving. Especially with Black Friday around the corner.

mattoligy1 h, 6 m ago

The 2017 models have a lot of improvements over the 2016. There are deals …The 2017 models have a lot of improvements over the 2016. There are deals around on the latest models so it’s not worth going for last years model at a minimal saving. Especially with Black Friday around the corner.


Are there ever any Black Friday deals on Apple products?

Argos have savings on the 2017 MacBook Pro range, JL will price match too with 3 year warranty. Unsure if this still allows spreading the cost though, but can’t see why not.

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mattoligy1 h, 19 m ago

The 2017 models have a lot of improvements over the 2016. There are deals …The 2017 models have a lot of improvements over the 2016. There are deals around on the latest models so it’s not worth going for last years model at a minimal saving. Especially with Black Friday around the corner.


I wouldn't call £400 a minimal savin

One for deluded fanboys only!

And seriously, if you need free credit when interest rates are so low you need your head examining!. Next you'll be complaining that your mortgage has gone up by two coffees a week - wahhhhhh!

Need to change title. Only for MacBookPro and iPad Pro, not for any other Mac.

Besford3 h, 54 m ago

One for deluded fanboys only!And seriously, if you need free credit when …One for deluded fanboys only!And seriously, if you need free credit when interest rates are so low you need your head examining!. Next you'll be complaining that your mortgage has gone up by two coffees a week - wahhhhhh!


This has to be the best comment I’ve read on here for ages. Do you work at a loan company or something?

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MyPetFrog6 h, 21 m ago

Need to change title. Only for MacBookPro and iPad Pro, not for any other …Need to change title. Only for MacBookPro and iPad Pro, not for any other Mac.


Incorrect, all MacBooks are included - click the link and select MacBook

Brings up all the models, showing £200 off along with 0% Finance

Why is this a deal? Surely buying this on a 0% purchases credit card with a longer term is going to keep your monthly repayments lower, but also, you will be protected with Section 75 cover too. Not only that, JL are asking for a 10% deposit.

m5rcc8 m ago

Why is this a deal? Surely buying this on a 0% purchases credit card with …Why is this a deal? Surely buying this on a 0% purchases credit card with a longer term is going to keep your monthly repayments lower, but also, you will be protected with Section 75 cover too. Not only that, JL are asking for a 10% deposit.


It's a deal because its a deal.
You're welcome.
Edited by: "ITMA" 3rd Nov

ITMA1 m ago

It's a deal because its a deal. You're welcome.


In your opinion, sure. There are better options out there to buy overpriced Apple products.

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m5rcc18 m ago

Why is this a deal? Surely buying this on a 0% purchases credit card with …Why is this a deal? Surely buying this on a 0% purchases credit card with a longer term is going to keep your monthly repayments lower, but also, you will be protected with Section 75 cover too. Not only that, JL are asking for a 10% deposit.


Perhaps some folk don’t want or don’t have a 0% Credit Card

For me, I have the cash ready to buy outright, but it appeals to me as I could put 50% down of the cost, take 12months to pay the rest off if I wish, and use my remaining cash on other things —helps out at Christmas

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m5rcc3 m ago

Read again - use a credit card.


No, it’s not a better deal, just a different option

phoenix722 m ago

Perhaps some folk don’t want or don’t have a 0% Credit CardFor me, I have t …Perhaps some folk don’t want or don’t have a 0% Credit CardFor me, I have the cash ready to buy outright, but it appeals to me as I could put 50% down of the cost, take 12months to pay the rest off if I wish, and use my remaining cash on other things —helps out at Christmas


You are still taking out credit, so what is the difference? If anything, spreading the debt over a longer period will help you out more than paying 50% now. You are ignoring the time value of money.

A credit card offers Section 75 protection way after you have paid it off and when the inevitable happens, the Macbook fails after warranty period. This JL loan does not.

phoenix721 m ago

No, it’s not a better deal, just a different option


I never said it was a better deal, simply a better option for obvious reasons that you are choosing to ignore.

DWWM12 h, 48 m ago

Are there ever any Black Friday deals on Apple products?


Not many last year but there have been in the past.

Ah, strangers on the internet criticising other strangers' buying choices.

Love PC? Buy a PC. Love a Mac? Guess what? Do what the hell you want.

Thanks for spotting the deal, op

Did anyone notice the term is 12 months but the 'Example Box' shows 24 months at 0%. The payment calculation is for 12. Over 24 months would be only £39.34/month.

m5rcc9 h, 11 m ago

You are still taking out credit, so what is the difference? If anything, …You are still taking out credit, so what is the difference? If anything, spreading the debt over a longer period will help you out more than paying 50% now. You are ignoring the time value of money.A credit card offers Section 75 protection way after you have paid it off and when the inevitable happens, the Macbook fails after warranty period. This JL loan does not.


I'm sure if you pay a bit of it with your credit card you will still get the same protection. In this case you can pay the 10% deposit via credit card.

m5rcc9 h, 39 m ago

You are still taking out credit, so what is the difference? If anything, …You are still taking out credit, so what is the difference? If anything, spreading the debt over a longer period will help you out more than paying 50% now. You are ignoring the time value of money.A credit card offers Section 75 protection way after you have paid it off and when the inevitable happens, the Macbook fails after warranty period. This JL loan does not.


I don't disagree that a 0% CC would probably be better in most instances, but are you sure Section 75 doesn't apply? Usually loans aren't covered as theres no direct relationship between goods supplier and credit supplier. But in this case there appears to be.

Once you go mac you don’t go back. It’s all about the the integration of their hardware and software works seamlessly and efficiently not to mention you don’t need any anti virus as won’t get a virus on a mac that’s reason enough for me. And who doesn’t like interest free credit????
Edited by: "ravi47" 3rd Nov

ravi478 m ago

Once you go mac you don’t go back. It’s all about the the integration of th …Once you go mac you don’t go back. It’s all about the the integration of their hardware and software works seamlessly and efficiently not to mention you don’t need any anti virus as won’t get a virus on a mac that’s reason enough for me. And who doesn’t like interest free credit????

I haven't had a virus on windows in about 10 years. Download stuff from the windows store and don't install illegal stuff and you'll be fine

How is 0% a deal?

Very.co.uk have 0% 12 months BNPL and £100 off!

McGoose2nd Nov

Most people need that walled garden and it doesn’t stop then doing what t …Most people need that walled garden and it doesn’t stop then doing what they most need a computer or tablet for, unlike a malware infection. It’s straighforward to run any software you want on a Mac if you know how but again, most people don’t need to, it keeps those most vunerable safe whilst allowing those with enough knowledge to keep themselves safe or get themselves out of trouble the freedom to do what they want.



Sweet, to enter that walled garden, i will drop my pants and allow some californianite to help himself. Dont start this Mac Vs Windows chat. Its boring, i have both for enterprise level functions, but when you start asking people to pay 3x the value for seriously standard hardware, it begins to take the st michael. Go to linux, if you are worried about malware and ease of use.

Apple, Probably one of the most overrated brands out there ....

Elise21148 m ago

Apple, Probably one of the most overrated brands out there ....



To think you took time out of day to click into this deal you had no interest in and write that comment . I never understand why people like you are so bothered about people having different brand preferences to others. Each to their own!

viper0068 h, 29 m ago

To think you took time out of day to click into this deal you had no …To think you took time out of day to click into this deal you had no interest in and write that comment . I never understand why people like you are so bothered about people having different brand preferences to others. Each to their own!


Agree this is for deal hunters and posts ..nor such cracks unless wise funny joke

mattoligy2nd Nov

The 2017 models have a lot of improvements over the 2016. There are deals …The 2017 models have a lot of improvements over the 2016. There are deals around on the latest models so it’s not worth going for last years model at a minimal saving. Especially with Black Friday around the corner.


And 2016 MacBook Pro with touch at had battery running out quickly than usual issues as well

Very much tempted to use this offer to upgrade my 2013 MacBook Pro to 2017 ones. Let’s c, how it goes. Heat added

Edward_Teach2nd Nov

Apple are a lovely walled garden.


Windows is a walled garden too. If you want real freedom, use Linux
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