Apple MacBook Pro with Retina Display 13.3" 512GB Flash Storage £1079.20 with code @ Very
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Apple MacBook Pro with Retina Display 13.3" 512GB Flash Storage £1079.20 with code @ Very

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Found 31st May 2016
I know that its apple and some will hate, but the code 6WTKT it takes 20% off the price - I've been looking around for these and haven't found a better price yet!
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20% code does not work on apple products.
it does work
Just bought one. The code worked. Thanks.
New customers only. The discount cannot be used with other codes or on the following ranges: All Apple products,
audio, gaming, computers, projectors, tablets, sale items, Financial Services products and delivery charges.
Aren't they releasing a new one during WWDC in a few weeks, or at the least the specs etc? Still a good price
I was not a new customer, FTL.
Worked for me and I've been a customer for ages. Hope someone gets the use out of it I'm well chuffed - saved over £200!

Aren't they releasing a new one during WWDC in a few weeks, or at the … Aren't they releasing a new one during WWDC in a few weeks, or at the least the specs etc? Still a good price


Think so, but was happy with this price for almost top of the range

New customers only. The discount cannot be used with other codes or on … New customers only. The discount cannot be used with other codes or on the following ranges: All Apple products,audio, gaming, computers, projectors, tablets, sale items, Financial Services products and delivery charges.


I'm telling you buddy, I ordered it and the code worked, might be a glitch but defo worked
I'd be cautious with this one..

If, before accepting your order, we find that you are not entitled to use the code or do not meet all the terms and conditions of its use, we may reject your order or alternatively process it without the promotional benefit being applied. If, after accepting your order, we find that you were not entitled to use the code or did not meet all the terms and conditions of its use, we may reverse the benefit that you obtained. If you transacted on a cash basis e.g. by debit or credit card, we may take a further payment, equivalent to the value of the benefit obtained, from the card used. If you transacted on a credit basis, the value of the benefit obtained may be charged to your credit account.
New MacBook Pro due to be released wwdc so should see a few deals flying around soon

I'm telling you buddy, I ordered it and the code worked, might be a … I'm telling you buddy, I ordered it and the code worked, might be a glitch but defo worked


Did you get charged the full amount? I've been reading that they charge the full price and then refund the promotion code amount
Dave

I'd be cautious with this one..If, before accepting your order, we find … I'd be cautious with this one..If, before accepting your order, we find that you are not entitled to use the code or do not meet all the terms and conditions of its use, we may reject your order or alternatively process it without the promotional benefit being applied. If, after accepting your order, we find that you were not entitled to use the code or did not meet all the terms and conditions of its use, we may reverse the benefit that you obtained. If you transacted on a cash basis e.g. by debit or credit card, we may take a further payment, equivalent to the value of the benefit obtained, from the card used. If you transacted on a credit basis, the value of the benefit obtained may be charged to your credit account.



​this can happen and happens a lot ..I've used very for years and there a nightmare with codes lately
I was initially very (no pun) tempted but beginning to bottle it after doing a bit of research on verys business practices!
I'd be cautious using that code if you weren't sent it, loads of deals being posted on here using that code, but it's very likely they will charge you the full price
ashmac

​this can happen and happens a lot ..I've used very for years and there a … ​this can happen and happens a lot ..I've used very for years and there a nightmare with codes lately



​wow that's a worrying t and c! so they mess up and just charge you for it?!
i wish these very deals would stop, if very does do this retrospective charging then a lot of people would have overpaid for a lot of these products and probably get a big head ache arguing with customer service.
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Not voting hot or cold because if you want this exact product it may be a good price.

But frankly, you'd be an idiot to buy this over a Surface Pro... and still have enough cash left over for a weekend break.
Edited by: "asc91" 31st May 2016

Not voting hot or cold because if you what this exact product it may be a … Not voting hot or cold because if you what this exact product it may be a good price.But frankly, you'd be an idiot to buy this over a Surface Pro... and still have enough cash left over for a weekend break.


YAWN
Very service is ridiculous. Bought a tele with this code but they declined my order but still charged me?

YAWN


aye... right, because you're comment is considerably more interesting and enthralling. At least I offered an opinion on the post, rather than being a .... well such words get blocked on HUKD
Great deal but like some others have mentioned, if you are on the lookout for a MacBook Pro wait until WWDC (13th - 17th June) is over as they are likely to announce the 2016 versions.
7.35% TopCasback for new customers (make dummy account if needs be, surely) - knocks another £80ish quid off the price

aye... right, because you're comment is considerably more interesting and … aye... right, because you're comment is considerably more interesting and enthralling. At least I offered an opinion on the post, rather than being a .... well such words get blocked on HUKD


Your comment is the ignition that sparks the same old Apple vs Windows argument that jams up threads like these instead of sticking with the deal. And I suppose suggesting anyone interested in this deal is an "idiot" isn't at all inflammatory?
Edited by: "ant3000" 31st May 2016

Your comment is the ignition that sparks the same old Apple vs Windows … Your comment is the ignition that sparks the same old Apple vs Windows argument that jams up threads like these instead of sticking with the deal



whilst commenting "yawn" fills the thread with productive and constructive information. It could be that somebody on here is looking for a high end computer and is checking out this deal, as with most deals on here, people often give their alternative as to similar products. This helps people who know less about the topic to gain perspectives from those who know more.

whilst commenting "yawn" fills the thread with productive and … whilst commenting "yawn" fills the thread with productive and constructive information. It could be that somebody on here is looking for a high end computer and is checking out this deal, as with most deals on here, people often give their alternative as to similar products. This helps people who know less about the topic to gain perspectives from those who know more.


Whilst I'm sure you'd like me to "bore along" with this I'd be be guilty of filling this thread with the exact nonsense these apple threads need to avoid! I wish you a very pleasant evening Mr Gates!

whilst commenting "yawn" fills the thread with productive and … whilst commenting "yawn" fills the thread with productive and constructive information. It could be that somebody on here is looking for a high end computer and is checking out this deal, as with most deals on here, people often give their alternative as to similar products. This helps people who know less about the topic to gain perspectives from those who know more.



What constructive information did you post that's any more useful than "YAWN"?

The fact someones own choice to buy this over Microcrap makes them somehow stupid?

Edited by: "Myriad" 1st Jun 2016

Bruh, Your already guilty.Now end this and sod off.


I ended it! Who rattled your cage?
Anyhoo! While we're all becoming the best of friends over here I've been chatting on another thread and it seems that if you complete payment through PayPal then very can't charge you any extra. It seems very are guilty of taking additional payment some months later!
Voted hot btw. Cheapest I've found this.

But as others have said, hold off a little, new range is coming out so these will probably be reduced further and possibly by a more reputable vendor.
I figure with the new range coming soon it might be worth keeping an eye on the Apple refurbished store to see if they clear any old stock?
I would not buy from Very - seriously poor company and you will realise how poor when things go wrong and you need it dealt with on their end. A nightmare to deal with.
Edited by: "mephestic" 31st May 2016
A SurfacePro3's have lost 60% of value in a year like £300 now, yes SP4 is very nice but overpriced awaiting same depreciation hit, a Mac at a discount is better way to go...

Edited by: "rogercat" 31st May 2016
Can't be used on Apple products, meaning you'll be stung with the difference when they bill you later on.

Very are efficient when it comes to catching out customers using codes they either aren't eligible for or shouldn't be using.

They're also very good at not telling you that you'd been charged for it either, whether its to your credit account or as a later bill.

Best advice is to use a credit card and then fake your own death once it's delivered.

I would not buy from Very - seriously poor company and you will realise … I would not buy from Very - seriously poor company and you will realise how poor when things go wrong and you need it dealt with on their end. A nightmare to deal with.


I totally agree since there call center has been moved to South Africa you have to deal with complete idiots on the other end of the phone who couldn't organize anything, I find it more unbelievable as english is obviously widely spoken there, but they Dnt seem to get the jist of the nature of the call or problem, I am actually in a dispute with them at the moment regarding a item that is to be collected and returned, and I on the 4th phone call and they have still not collected it!! Poor poor customer service outrageous infact.
Edited by: "ssuk100" 1st Jun 2016

Can't be used on Apple products, meaning you'll be stung with the … Can't be used on Apple products, meaning you'll be stung with the difference when they bill you later on.Very are efficient when it comes to catching out customers using codes they either aren't eligible for or shouldn't be using.They're also very good at not telling you that you'd been charged for it either, whether its to your credit account or as a later bill.Best advice is to use a credit card and then fake your own death once it's delivered.


Surely if you used a credit card and Dnt have a credit account with them and paid for it straight away and they delivered it to you at the discounted price that can't charge you later or bill you as its there error and mistake
Wow bargain for an amazing spec oO
If they do come after anyone for the difference then it's pretty outrageous given it would be FAR easier for their web devs to just exclude all the "excluded" items on the actual system so as no discount can be applied to said products, rather than putting in man power to chase people and battle against the obvious backlash it would cause.
Can confirm they came after me about 4 months after i used a code that wasnt valid for the product, scum bags be careful!
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