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Apple iPad Pro, 32GB, Wi-Fi, 9.7in - Silver/Space Grey £399.99 + £3.99 P&P. @ Very
Apple iPad Pro, 32GB, Wi-Fi, 9.7in - Silver/Space Grey £399.99 + £3.99 P&P. @ Very

Apple iPad Pro, 32GB, Wi-Fi, 9.7in - Silver/Space Grey £399.99 + £3.99 P&P. @ Very

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£100 back on all computers £450+ when choosing buy now pay later. Offer ends 15th Sept.
P&P £3.99.

iPad Pro is more than the next generation of iPad - it's an uncompromising vision of personal computing for the modern world. It puts incredible power that leaps past most PCs at your fingertips. It makes even complex work as natural as touching, swiping or writing with a pencil.

Display:
9.7in multi-touch screen.
LED backlit display with iPS technology.
Retina display - features over three million pixels for a more crisp and vibrant experience.
2048 x 1536 resolution at 264 pixels per inch.
Fingerprint resistant coating.

Features:
Support for simultaneous display of multiple languages and characters.
32GB memory capacity.
Uses the latest iOS operating system.
2.26GHz processor speed.
Speaker and microphone built-in.

Connectivity:
Bluetooth.
3.5mm stereo headphone jack.

General information:
Up to 10 hours battery life (depending on usage).
Size H24, W16.9, D0.61cm.
6.1mm thin.
Weight 444g.
EAN: 888462760799.

Other retailers are selling this tablet for £499.99.... plus you got 0% for 12 months so you can spread the cost.

Space grey version very.co.uk/app…prd

184 Comments

Original Poster

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strange they class an ipad a computer.

Good find .

I'm always wary of the 0% deals, as they rely on a decent number of people to cock up the repayments (and that makes me assume they'll make it arbitrarily difficult to repay this in full). But if it all works out, then that's a big fat reduction on an iPad.

iPad is not included in offer only Apple Mac notebooks

if iPad not included then this post is pointless

Original Poster

stuart1955

iPad is not included in offer only Apple Mac notebooks


Go on the Very site and click on the above banner with the £100 off offer and it will show you what is included.
very.co.uk/e/p…end

stuart1955

iPad is not included in offer only Apple Mac notebooks


What makes you think this? If you click the link on the offer it takes you to the 'computing' page where Apple products, including iPads are listed. I have also just spoken to them and the lady said that iPads were included...I know you can't always trust what they say on the phone, but she seemed quite confident.

LucieB

What makes you think this? If you click the link on the offer it takes … What makes you think this? If you click the link on the offer it takes you to the 'computing' page where Apple products, including iPads are listed. I have also just spoken to them and the lady said that iPads were included...I know you can't always trust what they say on the phone, but she seemed quite confident.


I asked very on facebook and they said iPads not included, shame because I want to upgrade

if they weren't included then why would they be in the deal section.
paying back on bnpl is hassle free!

if you order and it doesn't work you can cancel before its despatched

What you can do is order it BUT save the image of the offer which doesn't state Ipads/Apple not included and also save the page with the products which includes the ipad. If they later refuse then show then the evidence: shows ipad and ipads/Apple excluded not stated. So it's been missold .

Better still record the web page with phone where click the offer and ipads appear etc...
Edited by: "AJ92" 4th Sep 2016

shelllou11

if you order and it doesn't work you can cancel before its despatched


Money isn't refund straight away. Takes a few weeks/ months

Has anyone ordered ?

Original Poster

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Mercurius

Good find .I'm always wary of the 0% deals, as they rely on a decent … Good find .I'm always wary of the 0% deals, as they rely on a decent number of people to cock up the repayments (and that makes me assume they'll make it arbitrarily difficult to repay this in full). But if it all works out, then that's a big fat reduction on an iPad.


Don't be, I use Very when the price is right and make use of their payment schemes, their statements are 100% transparent and remind you every month of when you must clear the balance on each individual item to remain interest free. There's lots of sharks out there waiting for people to fail but Very ain't one of them in my experience.

And no, I don't work for them!

Edited by: "Gordinho" 4th Sep 2016

Well that Very comment fffd things up.
Edited by: "AJ92" 4th Sep 2016

VeryRep000

Hi Everyone, iPads are not included within this particular offer. There … Hi Everyone, iPads are not included within this particular offer. There is a separate cashback offer for Macbooks but not iPads. We will try to remove the iPads that appear within this list as they were included accidentally. Thank you to all who have raised this concern.Thanks, Very.co.uk



​this legit?

AJ92

Money isn't refund straight away. Takes a few weeks/ months



​yes but you only get it on the bnpl option so you won't pay anything anyway

Make sure you take a screen shot of the offer - very did a 10% cash back late last year on Apple products and I had to chase them for the cash back to be applied - they weren't going to pay up but I haD the screenshot so they eventually paid up!

I've been with very for years and not had any major problems. Deals like this normally state in the deal T&Cs that Apple products are excluded if it is the case. If it's not mentioned then I'd say it's included. As other people gave said, save a copy of the page as a backup.

stuart1955

I asked very on facebook and they said iPads not included, shame because … I asked very on facebook and they said iPads not included, shame because I want to upgrade



Why would you ask this question if you didn't have reason to doubt they wouldn't be included? Where does it give you reason to doubt on the website?

After chatting to them myself have now opened an account and placed an order so thanks very much OP. Perfect for the house and now hopefully I won't keep getting moaned at because the old iPad 2 kept crashing

shelllou11

​yes but you only get it on the bnpl option so you won't pay anything a … ​yes but you only get it on the bnpl option so you won't pay anything anyway


I know I have done this on a different tablet b4.

I ordered the Gold iPad Pro on Friday. The thing is when you select the link for £100 off, it takes you to iPad as well as other items. Also it says they won't give you £100 back until October.
Edited by: "ASuwan22" 4th Sep 2016

I do not need one!
I do not need one!
I do not need one!
I do not need one!
Must not fly into the blue light!
Must not fly into the blue light!
Must not fly into the blue light!
Must not fly into the blue light!

Hot!

After my own conversation on facebook (thanks stuart1955 for making me paranoid), I was told it was strange that an ipad would receive such an offer and they would be clarifying it with marketing. Apparently if it is deemed to be an error, then the cashback payouts would be nullified and as it's Very (given their reputation) I'm inclined to believe them. Suppose it's best to know before taking the plunge.
Edited by: "StolenDiagram" 4th Sep 2016

I would wait until the Apple Keynote on Wednesday to see if any new iPads are announced as if they are, older models will likely drop in price!

StolenDiagram

After my own conversation on facebook (thanks stuart1955 for making me … After my own conversation on facebook (thanks stuart1955 for making me paranoid), I was told it was strange that an ipad would receive such an offer and they would be clarifying it with marketing. Apparently if it is deemed to be an error, then the cashback payouts would be nullified and as it's Very (given their reputation) I'm inclined to believe them. Suppose it's best to know before taking the plunge.


I spoke to their Customer Services earlier who confirmed that iPads are included. As 'all calls are recorded' this is sufficient evidence for me. As the item needs to be purchased on BNPL IF any complaint need to be raised then it would be escalated to the Financial Ombudsman Service if I didn't get the desired resolution that I was looking for from Very.

It costs a company over £500 when a complaint is escalated in this way so I'm sure if there were any issues Very would look to offer a suitable resolution.
Edited by: "Mersey_Steve" 4th Sep 2016

So it's a credit to your Very account, rather than cash back. Presumably they don't apply it to your balance until you've paid for the iPad/computer in full? i.e. the saving is deferred until you buy a second item from Very?

Mercurius

So it's a credit to your Very account, rather than cash back. Presumably … So it's a credit to your Very account, rather than cash back. Presumably they don't apply it to your balance until you've paid for the iPad/computer in full? i.e. the saving is deferred until you buy a second item from Very?



According to the chat I had with them earlier the cash back is credited to the account and can be used as payment towards the iPad. I have the transcript of the conversation emailed to me as proof as well.

So do we have a definitive verdict about this or not? I am tempted to upgrade the iPad mini 4 and have a Very account already with nothing owed on it..

Anyone know if it's per order or per account can't get through live chat

Is the 32gb enough storage as far as updates etc goes?

redspelly

Make sure you take a screen shot of the offer - very did a 10% cash back … Make sure you take a screen shot of the offer - very did a 10% cash back late last year on Apple products and I had to chase them for the cash back to be applied - they weren't going to pay up but I haD the screenshot so they eventually paid up!



​I had the same with a laptop deal with Very a couple of years ago and I too had screenshots of the offer.

Mercurius

So it's a credit to your Very account, rather than cash back. Presumably … So it's a credit to your Very account, rather than cash back. Presumably they don't apply it to your balance until you've paid for the iPad/computer in full? i.e. the saving is deferred until you buy a second item from Very?


You can get credits and payments allocated to bnpl orders which reduces the price left to pay on that item.

Just contacted very its one per account, got my partner to open a credit account got 10% off first credit order plus £100 to be credit back so a brand new iPad Pro 32gb for £349 I think is one mighty hot deal... Thanks op

teaganmarieravetta

Just contacted very its one per account, got my partner to open a credit … Just contacted very its one per account, got my partner to open a credit account got 10% off first credit order plus £100 to be credit back so a brand new iPad Pro 32gb for £349 I think is one mighty hot deal... Thanks op


I thought it says that the 10% off for a new account cannot be used with any other offer?

elditig

I thought it says that the 10% off for a new account cannot be used with … I thought it says that the 10% off for a new account cannot be used with any other offer?




I was thinking the same thing. So tempted by this.

This is what it says on the New Customer 10% off page:
"New customers only. The discount cannot be used with other codes or on sale items, Financial Services products and delivery charges."
So what is this £100 .... It isn't a code, maybe it doesn't qualify as a sale item, but is it a financial service product as it is BNPL with an interest element if you do not pay within the specified time.......

elditig

This is what it says on the New Customer 10% off page:"New customers … This is what it says on the New Customer 10% off page:"New customers only. The discount cannot be used with other codes or on sale items, Financial Services products and delivery charges."So what is this £100 .... It isn't a code, maybe it doesn't qualify as a sale item, but is it a financial service product as it is BNPL with an interest element if you do not pay within the specified time.......



Just confirming with customer services now, dont fancy diddling myself out 50 quid!
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