£50 account credit on apple watches at Very - £269.00
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£50 account credit on apple watches at Very - £269.00

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Found 8th Dec 2016Made hot 9th Dec 2016
1. Buy any Apple Watch and select Buy Now Pay Later in checkout.

2. We’ll automatically credit £50 price back to your account by 1st February 2017. We’ll email you when we have applied the credit to your account.

Hope this helps someone.

182 Comments

My son has an iPhone and I was thinking about getting him one of these. Are they worth the money?

emmajon90610010

My son has an iPhone and I was thinking about getting him one of these. … My son has an iPhone and I was thinking about getting him one of these. Are they worth the money?


Yes

emmajon90610010

My son has an iPhone and I was thinking about getting him one of these. … My son has an iPhone and I was thinking about getting him one of these. Are they worth the money?



I would say no, go for cheaper alternative. Not against apple - I have iPhone and iPad. I just can't see them being worth the money.

Biggest gimmick going and if we were talking about £40 I might say yes but at this price there is so little about them that matches the price being asked.

rushofoxygen

I would say no, go for cheaper alternative. Not against apple - I have … I would say no, go for cheaper alternative. Not against apple - I have iPhone and iPad. I just can't see them being worth the money.



How can you advise if you dont have one, my apple watch is nothing like an iphone or ipad an if your into sport there bloomin brilliant. I except they may not be everybodys cup of tea!

20% off using code KPAJM is a better live deal.

I think you'll only get 10% off with KPAJM, plus it's only for new customers.

silverfoxxxx

20% off using code KPAJM is a better live deal.



doesnt work

Ashamuk

doesnt work


Worked for me @ 20%, £399 to £323, due to shipping but I set up a new account so that may be it as stated by Bird68
Edited by: "silverfoxxxx" 9th Dec 2016

silverfoxxxx

Worked for me @ 20%, £399 to £323, due to shipping but I set up a new a … Worked for me @ 20%, £399 to £323, due to shipping but I set up a new account so that may be it as stated by Bird68



it has to be via a new credit agreement account though doesnt it? u cant just pay up front via a card?

Oh, it is 20. I thought it would come under electricals. Been on the lookout for something to buy as they're closing my account in a couple of months because I haven't used it. I can't add BNPL though, I'm wondering if that's because it's a new account.

Ashamuk

it has to be via a new credit agreement account though doesnt it? u cant … it has to be via a new credit agreement account though doesnt it? u cant just pay up front via a card?


I've never used very until just now so had to set up an account and bnpl as was looking to get the £50 credit as above but the code popped up at the bottom of the page so used that in case I got lucky and got both deals, lol

rushofoxygen

I would say no, go for cheaper alternative. Not against apple - I have … I would say no, go for cheaper alternative. Not against apple - I have iPhone and iPad. I just can't see them being worth the money.



I used to think this too, now I never take it off! My 2 fave features is getting and replying to all messages, no matter where I am or whose in the room (not as obvious as using phone) and using it at gym with bt headphones

And NO alternative with give you all the features as Apple will! You all know about the damned eco system by now

Original Poster

I bought the pebble last Christmas that was the biggest waste of money. Would recommend spending extra to get better quality.

Can't get my head around why anyone would want a watch you have to charge. I just want a watch that tells the time, if I need to make calls or send text messages I use my phone. I don't want to look at my watch and realise I forgot to charge it so very shortly it is going to be dead and not tell me what the time is.

You get into the habit very quickly of charging your watch with your phone every night. It's not a hindrance to do so. It becomes part of ones daily or nightly ritual.
Edited by: "nickfezz" 9th Dec 2016

rushofoxygen

I would say no, go for cheaper alternative. Not against apple - I have … I would say no, go for cheaper alternative. Not against apple - I have iPhone and iPad. I just can't see them being worth the money.


I used to think the same until i got one, wouldnt be without it now

Nice one silverfoxxxx. 20% off for new customers. Just ordered and it says it will be here tomorrow. And 2.2% cashback and coins on Quidco.
And yes, I paid on card - you have to agree to the credit terms on registering, but just don't use it at checkout.

So. Erm. Quidco is a bit weird. New customers at VERY get 12% cashback. Electrical goods are only 2.2%. Just checked and Quidco has actually tracked £39 (and odd pence). SO.....that is £280 for a normally £400 Apple Watch. In stock. Next day delivery. Definitely hot!

rushofoxygen

I would say no, go for cheaper alternative. Not against apple - I have … I would say no, go for cheaper alternative. Not against apple - I have iPhone and iPad. I just can't see them being worth the money.



Shame they don't have the series 2 space grey in 42mm - heat though

Can the £50 be cashed out to a debit/credit card or it is like a voucher to use for future purchases at very?

Damn I got 20% off and 12.2% off using Quidco
My only regret was not to add an OLED to the first order :-/

Do they take PayPal?

Banned

Yome

Can the £50 be cashed out to a debit/credit card or it is like a voucher … Can the £50 be cashed out to a debit/credit card or it is like a voucher to use for future purchases at very?


Read that it's account credit so that you use it to pay it off on your Very account.

I purchased the watch at 9:50 and still no email confirmation from Very... Kinda worried and they are supposed to deliver tomorrow...!?

silverfoxxxx

20% off using code KPAJM is a better live deal.


That's only for new accounts.

creeky1a

Do they take PayPal?


No.

mango carrot

Shame they don't have the series 2 space grey in 42mm - heat though


I can see that as in stock.

Tequila

No.


They do - I paid with paypal this morning.

kinky84

I bought the pebble last Christmas that was the biggest waste of money. … I bought the pebble last Christmas that was the biggest waste of money. Would recommend spending extra to get better quality.


And I would recommend the opposite: horses for courses, and all that. Of course, this is a moot point now that Pebble isn't an option.
EDIT: just to be clear, I'm not disagreeing with spending extra to get better quality; I'm saying that a Pebble would be much preferable for me. That said, now that I can't have my Pebble Time 2, this offer is looking quite appealing!
Edited by: "rufioh" 9th Dec 2016

Has anybody actuall got both the 20% and £50 the terms below states you cant have both???

Order must be placed online. If you return your item, the credit will be reversed. This offer can’t be used in conjunction with other offers[/u]. Offer live Offer live 8th – 23rd Dec 2016.

sinclairer

Has anybody actuall got both the 20% and £50 the terms below states you … Has anybody actuall got both the 20% and £50 the terms below states you cant have both???Order must be placed online. If you return your item, the credit will be reversed. This offer can’t be used in conjunction with other offers[/u]. Offer live Offer live 8th – 23rd Dec 2016.



20% off All clothing, Footwear, Home & Funiture, Gifts, jewellery, Beauty and toys.
10% off all electrical.

very.co.uk/fir…age
Edited by: "djmackie2000" 9th Dec 2016

sinclairer

Has anybody actuall got both the 20% and £50 the terms below states you … Has anybody actuall got both the 20% and £50 the terms below states you cant have both???Order must be placed online. If you return your item, the credit will be reversed. This offer can’t be used in conjunction with other offers[/u]. Offer live Offer live 8th – 23rd Dec 2016.



Used the 20% code and then used BNPL in the hopes that the extra £50 goes through too, doubt it though.

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I can see that as in stock.



Cheers, wasn't there this morning, only the 38mm - cancelled orders perhaps, or restocked

Nice, ordered with the 20% code. If the £50 gets credited then that's just a bonus. Need to wait and see what the Quidco tracks at now!

And caught a Flamedeer whilst on the thread

UPDATE - Quidco showing at £39.89 making my overall cost for a Series 2 watch £280 instead of £399. Not expecting the £50 credit but if that comes off then holy ****.

Edited by: "NeilHD" 9th Dec 2016

ristac

Can't get my head around why anyone would want a watch you have to … Can't get my head around why anyone would want a watch you have to charge. I just want a watch that tells the time, if I need to make calls or send text messages I use my phone. I don't want to look at my watch and realise I forgot to charge it so very shortly it is going to be dead and not tell me what the time is.



Spending the day at a water park, iPhones in the locker, but connect the Apple Watch to WiFi and nothing to worry about. Jogging round the streets, phone starts ringing, fiddling to get it out my pocket, not any more, just look at my watch. Sitting on the toilet hear my phone ringing in the bedroom, no worries, just look at my watch to see who it is and tell them "I'm struggling.............to talk right now". Riding my bike, phone rings, instead of my foot slipping off the pedal hitting the front wheel while I'm trying to get my phone out my pocket and ending up in the hospital, I just look at my watch.

rushofoxygen

I would say no, go for cheaper alternative. Not against apple - I have … I would say no, go for cheaper alternative. Not against apple - I have iPhone and iPad. I just can't see them being worth the money.


If your going to get a smart watch getting one thats not compatible with your other devices would be insane..Your son wouldn't be impressed! I don't have one but my friends I know with an Apple watch love it.

Just after I bought mine from curry's I think it is worth its price though.
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