Apple Watch with £50 Cash Back to Account & 12 Months Buy Now Pay Later code £329 @ Very
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Apple Watch with £50 Cash Back to Account & 12 Months Buy Now Pay Later code £329 @ Very

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Found 19th Mar
Very are offering £50 cash back to your account and 12 months buy now pay later on Apple Watches from 19th - 26th March 2018. BNPL is interest free if you pay it off in the 12 month period.

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Good shout
Hmmm 42mm for £229 - Tempted
allginger57 m ago

Hmmm 42mm for £229 - Tempted


How did you get to £229?
Edited by: "chrisevs" 19th Mar
Tempted, but I'm wary of Very. The tone on here seems to be fairly negative where they're concerned. Anyone got any thoughts on them?
Edited by: "Bez3000" 19th Mar
Bez300015 m ago

Tempted, but I'm wary of Very. The tone on here seems to be fairly …Tempted, but I'm wary of Very. The tone on here seems to be fairly negative where they're concerned. Anyone got any thoughts on them?


I bought a Nintendo Switch at Christmas, no problems, cheapest at the tine with promo offers
Bez30008 h, 59 m ago

Tempted, but I'm wary of Very. The tone on here seems to be fairly …Tempted, but I'm wary of Very. The tone on here seems to be fairly negative where they're concerned. Anyone got any thoughts on them?


Just had to letter before action them to get my £50 credit back. Took 8 months of backwards and forwards. Never touch them
Hi, I bought the previous model of Apple Watch from them in a similar deal, £50 credit was automatically added to my account when it was supposed to be and I had no problems with them whatsoever. Just make sure you at least make the minimum payments on your account and pay off the whole lot before the interest free period runs out or they will add a lot of interest on
Edited by: "itsme99p" 20th Mar
I bought an Apple watch from Very in December 2016 with the same deal, the £50 was credited very quickly.
Same with the 20% off the iphones at the end of last year. So nothing to worry about.

So the series 3 42mm comes at £309, still more than than the £275 from tobydeals or Tecobuy which are obviously Hong Kong based so no UK warranty...
Voted cold on the basis that imo its a colder deal than mine that got voted cold on the cellular version.
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
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