£50 back on Computing credit purchases (>£299) with Very.co.uk - makes iPad 9.7 £289.99+postage
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£50 back on Computing credit purchases (>£299) with Very.co.uk - makes iPad 9.7 £289.99+postage

£289.99
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Found 19th MayMade hot 20th May
1. Buy any Computing item £299+ and select Buy Now Pay Later at checkout.
2. We'll automatically credit £50 back on any computer between £299 - £499 back to your account by 29th June 2017, and we’ll email you when we have applied the credit to your account.
Buy Now Pay Later allows you to delay payment for up to 6, 9 or 12 months. The payment free period starts when you place your order.

The interest is calculated from order date and will be added to your account after the end of the payment free period. Avoid interest by paying in full within the payment free period. If you don't, interest will be charged. Find out more in checkout.

Delivery charges are payable on your next statement.

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. Offer live 11th – 25th May 2017.

39 Comments

Thanks just bought one, close in price to the 20% off a couple of months ago

Can i just say that i ordered this iPad and Apple Watch on the bnpl 20% credit and i received both credits WITHOUT any issues at all as some comments are negative with these type of Very offers.

Edited by: "AJ92" 19th May

you can also get £100 credit on a 9.7" Ipad Pro making it £449.99 if you prefer this model

Previous 20% offer was very generous and all paid in time.

no bnpl showing in my chekcout

Does the credit go to the Very account? (As in you have to spend the credit at Very)

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chatanm

Does the credit go to the Very account? (As in you have to spend the … Does the credit go to the Very account? (As in you have to spend the credit at Very)



No, it is genuine money back (in effect), you won't get £50 cash into your pocket, you effectively get £50 off the price of the item. If you have a Very credit account you purchase the item, for instance in this case the iPad, then £339.00 goes onto your Very account which you can then choose to pay off over whatever monthly period you want (i.e. 6 or 9) - same as an Argos card if you're familiar with the setup. What happens then is Very basically pay the first £50 for you so you're only left with a bill of £289.00 - not £289.99 as I have just realised I put in the title, whoopsies.

Just ordered. Will report back if it works

chatanm

Does the credit go to the Very account? (As in you have to spend the … Does the credit go to the Very account? (As in you have to spend the credit at Very)


It's simple you get the £50 / £100 credit applied to your main account then just contact customer service and ask them to transfer that credit to a bnpl order of your choice then pay what's left outstanding on that item before the year so no intrest.

With this, is the 8GB RAM Surface Pro 4 a good deal?

very.co.uk/mic…prd

I got my barge pole out but even then I couldn't bring myself to go anywhere near very.

Going_Digital

I got my barge pole out but even then I couldn't bring myself to go … I got my barge pole out but even then I couldn't bring myself to go anywhere near very.



Why

Got shafted with one of these previously. Once bitten and all that.

screenshot everything. if it goes wrong they expect you to prove the offer existed.

Never had a problem with very. Had email when credited money from deal such as this then I repay it all. Just don't get caught owing them after the 0% offer expires as their Apr is high

Recently bought a pram off Very. no problems and got 20% off RRP when opening a credit account. admit that the credit account was hard to close down but they have online chat nowadays so you can just do it like that

Take screenshots of the offer. I didn't get my cashback once and was told the offer didn't exist. So was £50 out of pocket.

Babbler

Take screenshots of the offer. I didn't get my cashback once and was told … Take screenshots of the offer. I didn't get my cashback once and was told the offer didn't exist. So was £50 out of pocket.



And probably bought something you wouldn't have (if you knew it was going to be the price you paid)

Great Advice regarding the screenshots
Edited by: "bo9dster007" 20th May

i bought my galaxy s7 edge from them with the 20% off code for new credit accounts then 2 months later got an email saying id been credited £50 as part of a money back on electricals promotion. wasnt expecting both as t&cs said only one offer per order. Really pleased!

I got £180 credit back without any issues, so would definitely give it a go again

Still waiting to get my credit back from the last Apple promotion they had

got the switch and zelda bundle for £260 when they had the 20% off offer on that so am 'very' happy with this company. I would say you have to be careful with this order as it is only on bnpl and not their normal credit so make sure that option is available for you, it wasn't there for me when they had the 20% credit back on apple stuff

Very also have 2 other deals going at the moment
£20 credit back on a £40 game spend using code 6tftk - I ordered splatoon 2 for £25 (£45-£20) (may work on other stuff actually - give it a try)
£20 credit back on a £50 spend (anything but apple I think) using code LAMJA - not found something to buy yet but I'm sure I will
These may not work for all accounts


Edited by: "badasschris" 20th May

I've left the credit account open but zero balance for a while, and about every 6 months or so they send an offer along the lines of £50 off a £100+ spend.

Got a cheap fitbit with the last one.

Done several of these offers and never had a problem.

I bought an apple watch with 20% back and they credited my account about 3 weeks later. No problems at all with them.

Can you combine with quidco 7%?

hamish66

you can also get £100 credit on a 9.7" Ipad Pro making it £449.99 if you p … you can also get £100 credit on a 9.7" Ipad Pro making it £449.99 if you prefer this model



Your text here

Be aware with these offers, they tried to con me out of a £100 credit on a similar offer before Christmas.

I took it to trading standards and eventually after about 6 months they gave me the £100 credit. Stay away IMO.

callummiddleton83

Still waiting to get my credit back from the last Apple promotion they had



Take it trading standards mate, that's the only way i got it.

ignore negative comments about Very,most are either about distance past or from clueless negative people.

I've NEVER had any issues with Very.
bought many items, most of them relatively expensive items,and I'm very happy with the experience.

received my BNPL credit on time always.
and the customer service (chat) have always been spot on and very helpful and accurate.
definitely recommend Very.



Edited by: "Tequila" 20th May

There is a way of receiving the money back as cash:

I repaid my watch in full (didn't realise I could just wait for credit and repay the rest), they credited account with £50 credit as per the deal, I didn't use it for 3 months and then had a call from Very representative saying they are sending me a cheque for the amount.

Not had an issue so far with these offers.

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Tequila

ignore negative comments about Very,most are either about distance past … ignore negative comments about Very,most are either about distance past or from clueless negative people.I've NEVER had any issues with Very.bought many items, most of them relatively expensive items,and I'm very happy with the experience.received my BNPL credit on time always.and the customer service (chat) have always been spot on and very helpful and accurate.definitely recommend Very.



Please explain why i'm negative and clueless when i didn't receive a credit which they are offering?

djarj

Please explain why i'm negative and clueless when i didn't receive a … Please explain why i'm negative and clueless when i didn't receive a credit which they are offering?


I never had any issues and I personally know 2 other people who have used these BNPL credit backs successfully numerous times.

I have no idea why you had problems but you might have bad experience with any retailer,either because of error from their side or your side.

with Very,these cash backs need to follow a certain procedure and various condition,not claiming cash back elsewhere for example and I think not clearing all the balance before certain date,certain items excluded sometimes etc etc

This work on gpus ect

Just seen an additional 10% code at the bottom of the page under the reviews. Will both offers work?

Banned

Thanks I've just ordered

nickyboyzuk

Just seen an additional 10% code at the bottom of the page under the … Just seen an additional 10% code at the bottom of the page under the reviews. Will both offers work?



Very usually refuse to pay cash or credit back if a voucher code has been used. I would be careful...

I assume that you get a mark on your credit report.

Soon be the 29th has anyone had the credit yet?

Got my £50 today
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