Apple MacBook Air 13.3", 1.3GHz, 128GB £854.10 @ Tesco Direct w/ voucher + 5% TCB + 3000 Clubcard Bonus Points
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Apple MacBook Air 13.3", 1.3GHz, 128GB £854.10 @ Tesco Direct w/ voucher + 5% TCB + 3000 Clubcard Bonus Points

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Found 23rd Mar 2014
Use code TDX-KH4C to get it at this price. If you get cashback confirmed you are essentially getting this for around £810. Combined Clubcard points come in at a value of just under £40 which will get you a return ticket to Paris on the Eurostar if boosted!

£3 delivery.

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Oos

Original Poster

tii

Oos

Don't think so.

Showing in stock on my end. Not a bad price, hot.

Showing in stock on my end. Not a bad price, hot.

I can get a MacBook pro for £800.

andrewgrundill5

I can get a MacBook pro for £800.


But this is a deal for a Macbook Air not Macbook Pro....

andrewgrundill5

I can get a MacBook pro for £800.



cool story bro

andrewgrundill5

I can get a MacBook pro for £800.



What year though? 2011?

I'm thinking of getting a Mac just for music production. I have powerful enough desktop and laptop, but I want to try Logic Audio. Anyone here got any advice, as in they've used Cubase, Reaper, Logic, Ableton etc? Logic seems pretty inexpensive and well reviewed. Reaper is very inexpensive but possibly a bit quirky and buggy.

2012

500gb solid state drive
i5 core

etc..

anyways


Edited by: "andrewgrundill5" 23rd Mar 2014

fishmaster

What year though? 2011?



I would imagine hes on about the £999 one that they keep in production as a cheaper option. (Mid 2012 without a retina display like all the current models)

I assume it be acquired by discount and then staff discount on top as I could get it though a family member for £809.19 (With £38.99 worth of clubcards for a net of £770.20 also the £38.99 would be worth at least £77.98 in a future boost or more)

Gunner4Life

I would imagine hes on about the £999 one that they keep in production as … I would imagine hes on about the £999 one that they keep in production as a cheaper option. (Mid 2012 without a retina display like all the current models)I assume it be acquired by discount and then staff discount on top as I could get it though a family member for £809.19 (With £38.99 worth of clubcards for a net of £770.20 also the £38.99 would be worth at least £77.98 in a future boost or more)



yeah.

tesco.com/dir…prd?skuId=639-2144&fromRV=true:

- 20% after discount

plus clubard points and etc.

so around £809 for a MacBook pro compared to £854 for the MacBook air which is worse!
Edited by: "andrewgrundill5" 23rd Mar 2014

£799 from Apple refurb store, full guarantee, etc.

Original Poster

andrewgrundill5

http://www.tesco.com/direct/apple-macbook-pro-133-25ghz-500gb/639-2144.prd?skuId=639-2144&fromRV=true:- 20% after discountplus clubard points and etc. so around £809 for a MacBook pro compared to £854 for the MacBook air which is worse!



How does one get your linked Macbook Pro down to £809?

andrewgrundill5

http://www.tesco.com/direct/apple-macbook-pro-133-25ghz-500gb/639-2144.prd?skuId=639-2144&fromRV=true:- 20% after discountplus clubard points and etc. so around £809 for a MacBook pro compared to £854 for the MacBook air which is worse!


Weird how they list a 500GB SSD - the mid-2012 one from Apple at £999 has a traditional hard drive. If you go through Apple's website they don't even offer a 500GB SSD (just a 512GB that costs an additional £500).

fishmaster

I'm thinking of getting a Mac just for music production. I have powerful … I'm thinking of getting a Mac just for music production. I have powerful enough desktop and laptop, but I want to try Logic Audio. Anyone here got any advice, as in they've used Cubase, Reaper, Logic, Ableton etc? Logic seems pretty inexpensive and well reviewed. Reaper is very inexpensive but possibly a bit quirky and buggy.



PM me - I can help you

andrewgrundill5

http://www.tesco.com/direct/apple-macbook-pro-133-25ghz-500gb/639-2144.prd?skuId=639-2144&fromRV=true:- 20% after discountplus clubard points and etc. so around £809 for a MacBook pro compared to £854 for the MacBook air which is worse!


Depends what your after though, I'd personally go for a Macbook Pro over the Air just because it has better specs but someone who is looking for portability will want the Air

dnc316

How does one get your linked Macbook Pro down to £809?




work for the company selling it

Original Poster

andrewgrundill5

work for the company selling it



Then presumably you could get the Air for cheaper than your Macbook Pro you silly sausage!

andrewgrundill5

http://www.tesco.com/direct/apple-macbook-pro-133-25ghz-500gb/639-2144.prd?skuId=639-2144&fromRV=true:- 20% after discountplus clubard points and etc. so around £809 for a MacBook pro compared to £854 for the MacBook air which is worse!



The discount won't be quiet 20% as your get staff discount on price after the 10% but at £770.20 after the CCP is a great deal and they should mean another £38.99 off something else or more in boast or other exchanges.

Anyone know if you can use the code more than once ?

dnc316

Then presumably you could get the Air for cheaper than your Macbook Pro … Then presumably you could get the Air for cheaper than your Macbook Pro you silly sausage!



yeah but considering the spec of MacBook pro still a better value then the air

Gunner4Life

The discount won't be quiet 20% as your get staff discount on price after … The discount won't be quiet 20% as your get staff discount on price after the 10% but at £770.20 after the CCP is a great deal and they should mean another £38.99 off something else or more in boast or other exchanges.Anyone know if you can use the code more than once ?



would be tempted buts a lot of money still

MacBook air for £759 plus clubcard points on top as well

Edited by: "andrewgrundill5" 23rd Mar 2014

magically, insanely expensive

thespinner

£799 from Apple refurb store, full guarantee, etc.


Yeah, and 3% Quidco or TCB

andrewgrundill5

would be tempted buts a lot of money still



I agree it's a lot of money (especially when it's not a current model) I would buy the Pro over the air all day because of the better spec but it will depend on the users needs. My only quarm is I am not 100% sure if the ram on both are soldered or if they are user replaceable ? I have also never used a mac so it would be a big blind gamble. (I can't trust reviews as such as it's normally people who lover apple so much who buy them) I also don't like the price for what in a couple months will be 2 year old tech. I've been tossing up buying a xbox one but I am hoping there will be a 20% staff discount week or weekend later in the year however i Imagine it will be just before the new ipads/imacs/mac airs are released like last year

andrewgrundill5

yeah but considering the spec of MacBook pro still a better value then … yeah but considering the spec of MacBook pro still a better value then the air




For most people the air performs far better than the old pro. I work for apple, and a traditional HHD is destroyed by SSDs. For People who will only be browsing, using office and general day to day use the air performs far better. In my opinion there is no point In getting the old Pro, it's slow to boot, slow to load apps and heavy.

The graphics chip is weaker than the air also. In terms of processing power it is better, but if you needed a powerful mac you wouldn't buy the old pro!

After a quick look looks like the air will have soldered but this older mac pro non retina should beable to be user replaced .... If thats the case then I think it makes it much better as 4gb is a little low considering what you could get for this money on a windows laptop.

Gunner4Life

After a quick look looks like the air will have soldered but this older … After a quick look looks like the air will have soldered but this older mac pro non retina should beable to be user replaced .... If thats the case then I think it makes it much better as 4gb is a little low considering what you could get for this money on a windows laptop.



4GB is fine for OSX, Mavericks uses ram very efficiently, and compresses ram.

Heat given :-)

Amazing spec thanks

andrewgrundill5

I can get a MacBook pro for £800.



andrewgrundill5

yeah but considering the spec of MacBook pro still a better value then … yeah but considering the spec of MacBook pro still a better value then the air


Can not see any deals you posted with Mac computer, just trolling?

JL should price match I believe and you get 2 year guarantee.

johnlewis.com/app…131

Original Poster

rodman

JL should price match I believe and you get 2 year … JL should price match I believe and you get 2 year guarantee.http://www.johnlewis.com/apple-macbook-air-md760b-a-intel-core-i5-128gb-flash-4gb-ram-13-3-/p549131



This expires midnight tonight so there ain't gonna be no price matchin'!

OOS? Sorry, we don't have enough Apple MacBook Air 13.3", 1.3GHz, 128GB items in stock right now. This item (s) has been added to your save for later basket. You can try to purchase this item again by reducing its quantity.


Changed my browser from Chrome to Firefox and it's OK now. Don't know why???
Edited by: "yozzer2006" 23rd Mar 2014

Banned

RRP in any Dubai shop is £725, then they might throw something extra ontop (eg £80 headphones).... just need to find a friend or visit Dubai ! (all shops are VAT free and apple RRPs around 10% less than UK) only downside is USA keyboard but 1 year international warrenty.

andrewgrundill5

2012500gb solid state drive i5 coreetc..anyways



500GB SSD. Not a chance that this is true.

Don't want to rub it in but I bought a 2012 MacBook Air of eBay 3 weeks ago. 13", i7, 8gb ram, 500gb ssd for £800 with 2 years warranty remaining on the applecare
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