Apple Watch Series 3 GPS & Cellular 42mm £299 @ Very
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Apple Watch Series 3 GPS & Cellular 42mm £299 @ Very

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Found 23rd Mar
Apple Watch Series 3 for £300 when you use code MMLTH 12 Months buy now pay later.

The watch is already reduced to £349 and then a further £50 off credited to your account.
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Bargain!! Must be on EE for cellular and prepared to pay £6 a month for hardly any data usage!
very tempted
(pun slightly intended)
I wouldn’t let your credit score take a beating for the sake of £50. Very is classed as mail order credit, which unlike credit card debt is considered as a lower form of credit so will negatively affect your credit rating.
£21 via Quidco
Code not working for me
the voucher code doesn't work for me
Not working
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y_am_I_buying_this5 m ago

Not working


Does it accept the code? When the code is applied it automatically changes to 12 months which means it’s applied and credit will be applied to your account by the date they say on the website. I havw bought two now and worked both times.
hd0120542 m ago

Does it accept the code? When the code is applied it automatically changes …Does it accept the code? When the code is applied it automatically changes to 12 months which means it’s applied and credit will be applied to your account by the date they say on the website. I havw bought two now and worked both times.


No it doesn’t accept hence. Hence not working!!
jazlabs4 h, 0 m ago

I wouldn’t let your credit score take a beating for the sake of £50. Very i …I wouldn’t let your credit score take a beating for the sake of £50. Very is classed as mail order credit, which unlike credit card debt is considered as a lower form of credit so will negatively affect your credit rating.


Nah mate
jazlabs10 h, 5 m ago

I wouldn’t let your credit score take a beating for the sake of £50. Very i …I wouldn’t let your credit score take a beating for the sake of £50. Very is classed as mail order credit, which unlike credit card debt is considered as a lower form of credit so will negatively affect your credit rating.


They are regulated by FCA and are not in in the league of payday lenders such as Wonga etc. How does this impact credit score ?
I tried to use the MMLTH code on a Nike GPS 42mm and said not valid. Chat said not for use on Apple Watch! Clearly says use this code on item's page!

Nike GPS 42mm

Muppets!
jazlabs12 h, 36 m ago

I wouldn’t let your credit score take a beating for the sake of £50. Very i …I wouldn’t let your credit score take a beating for the sake of £50. Very is classed as mail order credit, which unlike credit card debt is considered as a lower form of credit so will negatively affect your credit rating.



I never new that. I have well when I last checked I have a very high credit rating. Only signed up to Very to buy a toddler bed as was cheapest place and only ever buy stuff when I get the vouchers randomly sent like spend £50 get £25 (only reason why I haven’t closed my account)
jazlabs12 h, 40 m ago

I wouldn’t let your credit score take a beating for the sake of £50. Very i …I wouldn’t let your credit score take a beating for the sake of £50. Very is classed as mail order credit, which unlike credit card debt is considered as a lower form of credit so will negatively affect your credit rating.


Made no difference to mine. Still 999.
Edited by: "ec9wrr" 24th Mar
EE will give you 6-12 months free if you are on a contract with them.. did mine about 2 months ago and the advisor said it was available to any pay monthly customers
33504105-dDbdm.jpgIt clearly says £50 back on the same page as the watch
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There’s this aswell shame it’s only available in 38mm around 20 quid off Quidco and another 50 making it about 260
I have done this deal with a 38mm Series 3 watch and the code has worked fine. I also had an email stating that I will be credited £50 by 1st May, which is when I'll pay off the full balance. I also used Very to purchase my MacBook Pro on a similar deal which was £100 cheaper than anywhere else at the time. So far, my experience with Very has been 'very' positive.
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Also anyone planning to use on EE pay monthly and active pay as you go customers get 6 months free of the cellular then £5 a month there on if you wish to continue
When this first came out I was initially interested in one. The thing that prevented me from buying one was concerns over having a mobile device permanently pressed against the skin. I wonder about the long-term health risks of this.
Can you stack two codes - one for discount for first credit order and second for £50 back on 12 months BNPL?
Sold out! I was so tempted too lol
If only they’d done the cellular in Black at this price. Heat added anyways.

Having had series one for a while, I’m not too keen on spending over £400 for one. This price I would have considered.
Edited by: "abcbut" 24th Mar
The only one that doesn’t look like a toy is stainless steel still too expensive
abcbut1 h, 43 m ago

If only they’d done the cellular in Black at this price. Heat added a …If only they’d done the cellular in Black at this price. Heat added anyways.Having had series one for a while, I’m not too keen on spending over £400 for one. This price I would have considered.


John Lewis are doing them £50 off at the moment and it comes with 2 year warranty
Space Grey 42mm Cellular model with 2 year warranty £379 at John Lewis
SpiritChaser14 h, 27 m ago

They are regulated by FCA and are not in in the league of payday lenders …They are regulated by FCA and are not in in the league of payday lenders such as Wonga etc. How does this impact credit score ?


Mail order utilisation - negative factor. ClearScore.
chinedu4020 h, 32 m ago

Nah mate


Mail order utilisation - negative factor. ClearScore.
jazlabs4 h, 58 m ago

Mail order utilisation - negative factor. ClearScore.


Is that a serious point? So long as your utilisation of credit is low and you're paying off the balance each month, where the credit comes from is irrelevant (apart from probably pay day loans if you're looking for a mortgage in the near future).
maxdcarbabe23 h, 54 m ago

I never new that. I have well when I last checked I have a very high …I never new that. I have well when I last checked I have a very high credit rating. Only signed up to Very to buy a toddler bed as was cheapest place and only ever buy stuff when I get the vouchers randomly sent like spend £50 get £25 (only reason why I haven’t closed my account)


Same here never had a problem currently got a £25 off voucher to use lol son wants a watch for October bday not sure how these work ie does it cost to run outside his normal EE sim only contract
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hmc1 h, 11 m ago

Same here never had a problem currently got a £25 off voucher to use lol …Same here never had a problem currently got a £25 off voucher to use lol son wants a watch for October bday not sure how these work ie does it cost to run outside his normal EE sim only contract


Yes if you want to use the cellular it’s extra £5 a month but ee gives 6 months free
Has anyone been charged a BNPL setup fee? The terms suggest that one may be charged.

15. Administration charges are payable by you in respect of the following matters:
  • Buy Now Pay Later set up charge - £10, £15, £20, £25
mspychala24th Mar

The only one that doesn’t look like a toy is stainless steel still too e …The only one that doesn’t look like a toy is stainless steel still too expensive


I disagree. I could have bought a stainless steel one for the same price as the aluminium one due to a John Lewis pricing error but went for the aluminium one as it is much lighter and the display is much clearer in direct sunlight than the sapphire crystal display on the SS model.
smallsteve24th Mar

When this first came out I was initially interested in one. The thing that …When this first came out I was initially interested in one. The thing that prevented me from buying one was concerns over having a mobile device permanently pressed against the skin. I wonder about the long-term health risks of this.


Note 4G/LTE is only used when there is no WiFi hotspot and no Bluetooth/direct WiFi connection to your iPhone. The transmitter is therefore very low power most of the time. Even when using 4G the Watch’s transmitter is barely active as most of the data is incoming rather than outgoing.
chinedu4025th Mar

Is that a serious point? So long as your utilisation of credit is low and …Is that a serious point? So long as your utilisation of credit is low and you're paying off the balance each month, where the credit comes from is irrelevant (apart from probably pay day loans if you're looking for a mortgage in the near future).


May not be serious - but unlike credit cards it isn't just a matter of "paying off your balance each month". Simply utilising it is considered a "negative factor". Maybe ClearScore could elaborate more on why this is a negative factor, and it's relative impact. "High utilisation" is easy to achieve since they tend to give relatively low credit limits, so most usage will likely be considered "high".

Basically, ranking types of debt;
Mortgage > (Loans >? Credit Cards) > Mail Order > Pay Day Loans

But obviously, pay day loans are in a league of their own.
jazlabs3 h, 33 m ago

May not be serious - but unlike credit cards it isn't just a matter of …May not be serious - but unlike credit cards it isn't just a matter of "paying off your balance each month". Simply utilising it is considered a "negative factor". Maybe ClearScore could elaborate more on why this is a negative factor, and it's relative impact. "High utilisation" is easy to achieve since they tend to give relatively low credit limits, so most usage will likely be considered "high".Basically, ranking types of debt;Mortgage > (Loans >? Credit Cards) > Mail Order > Pay Day LoansBut obviously, pay day loans are in a league of their own.


I think ClearScore is a bit arbitrary. It’s not a negative factor on my account since I keep the utilisation at a low level.
chinedu4032 m ago

I think ClearScore is a bit arbitrary. It’s not a negative factor on my a …I think ClearScore is a bit arbitrary. It’s not a negative factor on my account since I keep the utilisation at a low level.



When you say it is not a negative factor for you, are you referring simply to the fact that it didn't reduce your score out of 999?

The score out of 999 is not the only factor considered by lenders though. When you apply for long term credit (loans, mortgages) the lenders criteria will not be 'Score has to be above XXX out of 999' it is far more complicated than that and will vary from lender to lender. So i am not sure how you can say Clearscore's description of mail order credit is arbitrary, or how you can know that it has not affected your creditworthiness in the eyes of lenders.
rebelspawn35 m ago

When you say it is not a negative factor for you, are you referring simply …When you say it is not a negative factor for you, are you referring simply to the fact that it didn't reduce your score out of 999?The score out of 999 is not the only factor considered by lenders though. When you apply for long term credit (loans, mortgages) the lenders criteria will not be 'Score has to be above XXX out of 999' it is far more complicated than that and will vary from lender to lender. So i am not sure how you can say Clearscore's description of mail order credit is arbitrary, or how you can know that it has not affected your creditworthiness in the eyes of lenders.


This is very true, and to be fair I was only using ClearScore as an example because it specifically mentions it. There may be lenders that view this type of credit even more negatively. Like you say, the credit score from these services is simply for guidance, since all lenders will have their own algorithm that processes the 'raw report data'.
rebelspawn10 h, 15 m ago

When you say it is not a negative factor for you, are you referring simply …When you say it is not a negative factor for you, are you referring simply to the fact that it didn't reduce your score out of 999?The score out of 999 is not the only factor considered by lenders though. When you apply for long term credit (loans, mortgages) the lenders criteria will not be 'Score has to be above XXX out of 999' it is far more complicated than that and will vary from lender to lender. So i am not sure how you can say Clearscore's description of mail order credit is arbitrary, or how you can know that it has not affected your creditworthiness in the eyes of lenders.


I meant it's not mentioned in my list of negative factors at all.
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