£150 cashback on trade-in when buying a Mac @ John Lewis
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£150 cashback on trade-in when buying a Mac @ John Lewis

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Found 15th Aug 2013
Trade in a fully operational notebook, netbook (minimum 10" screen size) or tablet up to 6 years old and claim back £150 on the website within 30 days of purchase. Wipe the device, mail it in, and once validated you'll receive your cash. Sometimes a gamble with these things but can't be bad. Link to Macs available in deal in main body.

Credit to Justiceforthe96 for hinting at this on a separate thread. Potentially not as good value as education discount on the direct website but if you're not a student might be worth a look.

Cheapest example is the 11" Mac Air 128GB Flash and 4GB RAM down from £849 to £700 with trade-in.

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Original Poster

Link here to Macs in the deal.

they've gotta give you something to buy a mac :-)

Just had a quick look at T&C can't find anything to say you could not trade in a 7" android device which I have seen on these forums for £49 or less? The 10" screen size seems applicable to netbooks
Edited by: "voyager7" 15th Aug 2013

Original Poster

voyager7

Just had a quick look at T&C can't find anything to say you could not … Just had a quick look at T&C can't find anything to say you could not trade in a 7" android device which I have seen on these forums for £49 or less?



Ah now you see this was my thinking, could you buy an operational but low-end product to trade-in? Fortunately I'm one of those hoarders who has about three operational old laptops etc. lying around, but for people thinking to cash in it could be an idea - do you remember the offers?
Edited by: "go_rators" 15th Aug 2013

not as good as education discount from apple in my opinion, but not bad otherwise. £150 off the entry level macbook air makes it £700 which is pretty sweet

No Mac minis though... in fact not much the right side of a grand.

What's the point in this when you can get it direct from apple cheaper using education discount without the need to trade in anything. Pretty much anyone can get the education discount, links are easy to find on google.

For the lower priced models this is surely better than education pricing or am I missing something? £150 off a £950 Macbook Air 13 inch is a good deal provided you have no use any more for whatever you're trading in. It would be £891 with education pricing. Even with the £70 app voucher it's still better
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