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APPLE MacBook Pro 13" with Retina Display for £949.00 @ Currys
APPLE MacBook Pro 13" with Retina Display for £949.00 @ Currys

APPLE MacBook Pro 13" with Retina Display for £949.00 @ Currys

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£50 cheaper than the apple website! great deal
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For the same price you could buy it from John Lewis which includes a 2 year warranty.

Or you could buy it from £804 on Amazon market place new with free delivery.

If you want it fulfilled by Amazon it ranges from £854.99 with free delivery....

So its cold from me.......

peter1969uk

For the same price you could buy it from John Lewis which includes a 2 … For the same price you could buy it from John Lewis which includes a 2 year warranty.Or you could buy it from £804 on Amazon market place new with free delivery.If you want it fulfilled by Amazon it ranges from £854.99 with free delivery....So its cold from me.......



Brand new electronic devices come with a 2 year warranty anyway, regardless of where you buy it from.

striker33

Brand new electronic devices come with a 2 year warranty anyway, … Brand new electronic devices come with a 2 year warranty anyway, regardless of where you buy it from.



No they don't

When did that come in?

Mine only came with a 1 year warranty, I've just checked it on the apple website.

Banned

striker33

Brand new electronic devices come with a 2 year warranty anyway, … Brand new electronic devices come with a 2 year warranty anyway, regardless of where you buy it from.



Not according to apple they don't, buy anything from apple and they'll tell you it's only 1year.

Let's just cold this to the north pole. Crazy to pay that much for a Currey product

peympeym

Let's just cold this to the north pole. Crazy to pay that much for a … Let's just cold this to the north pole. Crazy to pay that much for a Currey product


OK! Done

peympeym

No they don't


they do if you live in the EU, it's a legal requirement. if you buy the item in the EU it HAS to come with 2 years warranty minimum. that's the law, don't get fobbed off by companies claiming 12 months only.

Actually if you read the Apple warranty page.

1st year limited warranty,so all the Apple support.

2nd year you have to go through the company you purchased the product from.

Original Poster

keep colding this! it was a mistake! :'(
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