Apple MacBook Pro 15" Core i7 2.7GHz 16GB 512GB SSD with Touch Bar 2016 for £1798.80 @ Jigsaw24
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Apple MacBook Pro 15" Core i7 2.7GHz 16GB 512GB SSD with Touch Bar 2016 for £1798.80 @ Jigsaw24

£1,798.80Jigsaw24 Deals
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Edited by:"waquzy"Found 14th Oct
Never used this site before, but it has a respectable 8.5 Trustpilot rating. Worth checking out.

PS. Just checked John Lewis, they have the same laptop with the same config. for £2499.

2016 Apple MacBook Pro 15" with the touch bar
Quad Core i7 2.7GHz
16GB DDR3 2133Mhz Ram
512GB SSD
90 Days of Free Telephone Support and a One Year Limited Warranty

19 Comments

Self promoting I suppose then !!

I bought a professional cinema camera for a work assignment from them on offer. They're pretty well known in professional AV/filmmaking/video production community They're solid. This is a really good deal!

My previous company used them as a main supplier. No issues, they are quick, and this deal is very tempting. Good find!

Great find - now debating ...

This price is awesome. Not what I needed right now ahh!
Edited by: "PhunkR3" 14th Oct

Mentioned in last hot post..any other users

Jigsaw have been around for years. Bought form them over 10 years ago

Good company. I buy from them quite a bit for work.

I noticed that they also have some pretty good deal on other apple stuff for example:

USB-C to Lightning Cable - the only cable that can Fast Charge iPhone 8/X and iPad Pros, handy for new MacBook Pro owners because you can charge laptop and phone from the same charger as well as connect the phone to the laptop.

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They're selling it for £14, it's £25 everywhere else.
Edited by: "Paul534" 14th Oct

two killer deals down to ~£1799 - do you guys know if currys, John Lewis, Amazon generally follow in this case? I'd rather buy from them.

I saw in trustpilot someone complaining about Jigsaw24 not using a secure connection - if you go to their site, literally says "connection to this site is not secure do not enter card info". (when you press the little i button next to url)
Edited by: "Schmutz" 15th Oct

Schmutz34 m ago

two killer deals down to ~£1799 - do you guys know if currys, John Lewis, …two killer deals down to ~£1799 - do you guys know if currys, John Lewis, Amazon generally follow in this case? I'd rather buy from them. I saw in trustpilot someone complaining about Jigsaw24 not using a secure connection - if you go to their site, literally says "connection to this site is not secure do not enter card info". (when you press the little i button next to url)Based on others here they seem to be fine. Is that something to be concerned about? Actually, I can't believe I'm asking this I am really savvy with computers and usually scoff at people being paranoid about stuff like this but I'm starting to get concerned because I cant see anything to suggest it is ok!

Well worth it to buy from JL instead but not because of security, because they throw in a really solid 3 year guarantee - as opposed to the pathetic 1 year you get as standard. They only price match sites that also have a physical store though

Original Poster

alpha409 h, 28 m ago

Well worth it to buy from JL instead but not because of security, because …Well worth it to buy from JL instead but not because of security, because they throw in a really solid 3 year guarantee - as opposed to the pathetic 1 year you get as standard. They only price match sites that also have a physical store though


Just checked John Lewis, they have the same laptop with the same config. for £2499.

waquzy26 m ago

Just checked John Lewis, they have the same laptop with the same config. …Just checked John Lewis, they have the same laptop with the same config. for £2499.



JL do price match.
Edited by: "rodman" 15th Oct

No idea why this is cold, for a MacBook Pro it is easily the best deal I've ever seen, and I've used Jigsaw 24 for years normally you only save a few pounds with them
Edited by: "RidleyDeckard" 15th Oct

alpha409 h, 55 m ago

Well worth it to buy from JL instead but not because of security, because …Well worth it to buy from JL instead but not because of security, because they throw in a really solid 3 year guarantee - as opposed to the pathetic 1 year you get as standard. They only price match sites that also have a physical store though


Ah, I’m aware of their warranty and their physical store only price matches. Just wondering if this deal and the other posted mean that the big stores will follow suite , wondering if anyone could confirm that based on experience.

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Good price, I doubt JL would pricematch though.

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ady00071 h, 1 m ago

Good price, I doubt JL would pricematch though.


John Lewis only pricematches those retailers who have a physical outlet. Online ONLY based retailers are not price matched unfortunately.
Edited by: "waquzy" 25th Oct
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