Apple reintroduces Barclays 0% Finance Option
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Apple reintroduces Barclays 0% Finance Option

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Apple removed this a few months ago and have now reintroduced it.

Great way to purchase that Apple Mac

Minimum purchase value is £399

  • 0% over 12 months.
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  • £999 Loan Amount
  • Cash Price £999
  • Duration of Agreement 12 months
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  • 12 Monthly payments of £83.25
  • Total Amount Payable £999

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Ooooh, I might treat myself to one of those pen thingymajigs that work on th’ipad, they are around that price aren’t they?
A great way to empty your pocket on massively overpriced tech. Apple is sooooooo cold.
People hate on Apple and I must admit I despise the fact they removed on the ports on the MacBook Pro, but they make reliable, fast and slick machines. I think given the choice (except gamers) if someone offered you a pc laptop or a MacBook you’d be hard pressed to walk away with the pc as the better offer...
anewman18 m ago

Not like you're paying for the interest in the inflated prices, or …Not like you're paying for the interest in the inflated prices, or anything.


I’m not an Apple fan and agree they are way to expensive, but your statement is complete nonsense! There has been no price rise since the 0% was introduced so no, you’re not paying the interest in the inflated price, you’re paying the same price that had interest on top just a few days ago.
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Ooooh, I might treat myself to one of those pen thingymajigs that work on th’ipad, they are around that price aren’t they?
Great way to get that Mac book pro
Isn’t that a standard offer in store?
Must be that time of year when the sales are flagging again before the September rush
TheNorwichMarvel19th May

Isn’t that a standard offer in store?


No. But this 0% offer does get reintroduced a handful of times each year though.
They usually have the Paypal credit as a finance option which is at least 17.9% or ocassionally 0% for 3 months.
pothole51 m ago

No. But this 0% offer does get reintroduced a handful of times each year …No. But this 0% offer does get reintroduced a handful of times each year though.They usually have the Paypal credit as a finance option which is at least 17.9% or ocassionally 0% for 3 months.


Paypal credit is always 0% for 4 months as long as you spend £150+. It’s a permanent promotion from Paypal.
Cold, not a deal.
Not like you're paying for the interest in the inflated prices, or anything.
A great way to empty your pocket on massively overpriced tech. Apple is sooooooo cold.
I know lots of people say it in all these 'deals' so let me join in too, but I don't see 0% finance as a deal.

For those saying it's a great way to buy any expensive Apple product, well okay but it's only 12 months.(notice I'm not even going down the overpriced route)

If you're in the market for/needing credit better to get the Halifax card which is something like 2 or maybe even 3 years interest free on spending, never mind the many 0% balance transfer deals on other cards out there.
anewman18 m ago

Not like you're paying for the interest in the inflated prices, or …Not like you're paying for the interest in the inflated prices, or anything.


I’m not an Apple fan and agree they are way to expensive, but your statement is complete nonsense! There has been no price rise since the 0% was introduced so no, you’re not paying the interest in the inflated price, you’re paying the same price that had interest on top just a few days ago.
Kojo_Segu2 h, 59 m ago

Great way to get that Mac book pro


Just budget for a £500 keyboard replacement a month after the warranty ends. Apple ruined the mbp with the nasty keyboard.
Apple = auto-cold
YouTube “Louis Rossmann” before you buy.
I had been toying with the idea of a new Ipad, 12 months interest free with monthly payments made me press the BUY button.
Chillbo1 h, 0 m ago

Cold, not a deal.


It is a deal though wether you like it or not. Normally using the finance option would cost you extra money in interest so you are saving money, thus it is a deal.
0 Percent credit card?
People hate on Apple and I must admit I despise the fact they removed on the ports on the MacBook Pro, but they make reliable, fast and slick machines. I think given the choice (except gamers) if someone offered you a pc laptop or a MacBook you’d be hard pressed to walk away with the pc as the better offer...
highspire2k5 m ago

People hate on Apple and I must admit I despise the fact they removed on …People hate on Apple and I must admit I despise the fact they removed on the ports on the MacBook Pro, but they make reliable, fast and slick machines. I think given the choice (except gamers) if someone offered you a pc laptop or a MacBook you’d be hard pressed to walk away with the pc as the better offer...


Kinda agree tbh thats if they are both free though
I do a bit of carbooting and made enough last year to buy an ipad pro. Way I look at it was it cost me nowt lol
Cattle1 h, 6 m ago

YouTube “Louis Rossmann” before you buy.


Defo on that
The best laptops in the world. Heat.
Biddy22 h, 5 m ago

Paypal credit is always 0% for 4 months as long as you spend £150+. It’s a …Paypal credit is always 0% for 4 months as long as you spend £150+. It’s a permanent promotion from Paypal.


Yeah love paypal credit. Thats the problem with credit cards once the sommany months have ended their is no reason to stay. I only use credit cards for doing up the house. Paypal is perfect for s,aller itmes like Say £500 you pay £125 a month job done. Also if you buy something less any payment you make foes towards the most expensive interest or non promotions first!

You don't get a physical card but thats a good thing as it can only be used for online shopping
highspire2k47 m ago

People hate on Apple and I must admit I despise the fact they removed on …People hate on Apple and I must admit I despise the fact they removed on the ports on the MacBook Pro, but they make reliable, fast and slick machines. I think given the choice (except gamers) if someone offered you a pc laptop or a MacBook you’d be hard pressed to walk away with the pc as the better offer...


There also being sued for the crappy key boards on the piece of crap it is
wixster24 m ago

The best laptops in the world. Heat.


your joking surely
Voted heat but I’ve managed to get Apple products cheaper before through other shops with 0% finance
Apocc2 h, 34 m ago

I’m not an Apple fan and agree they are way to expensive, but your s …I’m not an Apple fan and agree they are way to expensive, but your statement is complete nonsense! There has been no price rise since the 0% was introduced so no, you’re not paying the interest in the inflated price, you’re paying the same price that had interest on top just a few days ago.


Wasn't exactly his point...
Thanks. Was waiting for this
cardwe8821 h, 2 m ago

your joking surely


You're joking with your spelling right?
cardwe8821 h, 6 m ago

your joking surely


You only comment on these posts... Lmao! You last commented 1 year ago on this very post...
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Edited by: "Walgeon" 19th May
Isn't it better, for a reasonably expensive purchase, to use an interest free purchase credit card with a lengthy repayment period?
DingoDirk4 m ago

Isn't it better, for a reasonably expensive purchase, to use an interest …Isn't it better, for a reasonably expensive purchase, to use an interest free purchase credit card with a lengthy repayment period?


This.

If you are able to get finance from Barclays, why not just get a Barclaycard and stick it on 0% for 24 months?
Good timing to tempt people to clear out existing iPhone stocks before the new models launch - good for people who were just about to pull the trigger on an outright purchase or those who are up for contract renewal - this enables you to benefit from sim free/sim only :-)
Cattle3 h, 3 m ago

YouTube “Louis Rossmann” before you buy.



Why do people have such a circle jerk for this guy. Like as if he’s some messiah who tells us that Apple has some deep secret about how they sell sealed boxes. FWIW I subscribe to his channel and enjoy his videos but this ‘anti-apple’ following he has garnered just makes me laugh. It’s as bad as the Apple sheep which they are so keen to skewer and make fun of.

Do your research and buy the products that suit your needs. If component repair and upgradability matter to you then buy accordingly.
Still rocking a 2013 Macbook Air here. Still perfectly fine for browsing. Bit put off by lack of magsafe and usb ports on the pro.
Is the DJI Mavic Pro Alpine White included in this offer? Looked on Apple Store app and the only payment option was card.
Anyone got any idea as to how long this offer lasts for?
Great way to purchase that Apple® iPhone X
Naaa, don't use this finance option, just sell your kidney, that'l give you enough money for Apple products
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