AppleCare for iMac and MacBook at Tesco £69.50 and £99.50
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AppleCare for iMac and MacBook at Tesco £69.50 and £99.50

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Found 6th Oct 2013
AppleCare for iMac is £69.50
AppleCare for Macbook is £99.50

this will probably go cold because it is Apple but AppleCare is great and these prices are very good for what they are.

In store at Tesco.

49 Comments

What's their rrp?

Original Poster

£200 and £140 I think.

That's the price you would pay to protect your iphone, hot!

Hi there

Which tesco store was this please?

Thanks

Original Poster

It's for iMac and MacBooks.

It was in Peterborough.

Perhaps a silly question but can you buy this for machines past the 1 year warranty?

SpideyPunk

Perhaps a silly question but can you buy this for machines past the 1 … Perhaps a silly question but can you buy this for machines past the 1 year warranty?


The AppleCare Protection Plan can be purchased only while your Mac or Apple display is still covered under the standard one-year limited warranty. See AppleCare Protection Plan Terms and Conditions for complete product details.

Very good deal!

LOL everyone who posts an apple deal assumes it will go cold. thus I voted cold based on OP's assumption

you can insure your poo macs for a lot less going via an insurance company.

Great price to extend your warranty to three years. Heat added.

demos30

you can insure your poo macs for a lot less going via an insurance … you can insure your poo macs for a lot less going via an insurance company.



Would rather deal directly with Apple to be honest.
Edited by: "chicaneuk" 7th Oct 2013

people can say what they like about apple but i have always fount the instore service to be outstanding

I second that

I third it

Banned

Cold because it's apple.

saffaboy101

Cold because it's apple.


And were off

is it just for the MacBook or works with MacBook Pro as well?

So hot uk deals is a comedy show now
I suggest the dicks simply **** off tbh

Hot deal

Original Poster

Eclairs

is it just for the MacBook or works with MacBook Pro as well?



Macbook, Macbook air, Macbook Pro 13" the box says.:)

I think regardless when you purchase this the three years start from date of purchase of the mac and not when you purchase the applecare.

paddyposh

Macbook, Macbook air, Macbook Pro 13" the box says.:)



Thanks... that comes handy with my new MacBook pro...

shame its not for the 15" MBP

Great price - heat added.

I would definitely go for this if I hadn't got it for free with my 'Edu' MBA purchase a few months ago.

demos30

you can insure your poo macs for a lot less going via an insurance … you can insure your poo macs for a lot less going via an insurance company.



yes and when something does happen they try their hardest to question every single intricacy in order to not have to pay out. whereas you have cover with apple, and you can count on them doing their best to sort you out. top class customer service (and products)

tigger80

LOL everyone who posts an apple deal assumes it will go cold. thus I … LOL everyone who posts an apple deal assumes it will go cold. thus I voted cold based on OP's assumption


Hot UK Deals, not Hot UK Assumptions.

Original Poster

tigger80

LOL everyone who posts an apple deal assumes it will go cold. thus I … LOL everyone who posts an apple deal assumes it will go cold. thus I voted cold based on OP's assumption



Sorry, its due to working with Samsung fanboys I have that opinion.

Anyone got one from another Tesco's? Or is this just a local deal?

Amazing company that prides itself in quality but only give a 1 year warranty.Bit of a joke really but yet again they get more money out of people with apple care.Clever marketing.

MyPetFrog

Anyone got one from another Tesco's? Or is this just a local deal?


none available in and around Edinburgh(up to 40 miles)...

muckspreader1

Amazing company that prides itself in quality but only give a 1 year … Amazing company that prides itself in quality but only give a 1 year warranty.Bit of a joke really but yet again they get more money out of people with apple care.Clever marketing.



Apple have been fined for misleading the public with this this already in Italy. They got fined for $1.2 Mil in Italy (and I think a couple of other places in the EU) as they have to offer a two year warranty in the EU (5 years in Scotland) on computers "http:// www.apple . com /uk/legal/statutory-warranty/" ...... So you're only buying a extra years warranty with this (or none in Scotland) as the 1st Two you get anyway for free. Though this does give you cover world wide rather than in just the UK. Does anyone know if you live in the north of England but cross over to Scotland to buy (or vise versa) if the English or Scottish Warranty applies?)

Having said that the Warranty Service offered is great, my friends mac developed a fault just under the 3 years and it was replaced with a new one and the warranty was reset.

Will it cover Mac Pro retina ? Thanks

muckspreader1

Amazing company that prides itself in quality but only give a 1 year … Amazing company that prides itself in quality but only give a 1 year warranty.Bit of a joke really but yet again they get more money out of people with apple care.Clever marketing.



Anything sold in the EU has two years warranty. You deal with the company you buy it from.
Apple give you the ability to deal with them directly in the first year, or 3 years if you get the applecare.

Get you facts straight.

What does applecare cover if i bought it for my pro?

paul30

Apple have been fined for misleading the public with this this already in … Apple have been fined for misleading the public with this this already in Italy. They got fined for $1.2 Mil in Italy (and I think a couple of other places in the EU) as they have to offer a two year warranty in the EU (5 years in Scotland) on computers "http:// http://www.apple . com /uk/legal/statutory-warranty/" ...... So you're only buying a extra years warranty with this (or none in Scotland) as the 1st Two you get anyway for free. Though this does give you cover world wide rather than in just the UK. Does anyone know if you live in the north of England but cross over to Scotland to buy (or vise versa) if the English or Scottish Warranty applies?) Having said that the Warranty Service offered is great, my friends mac developed a fault just under the 3 years and it was replaced with a new one and the warranty was reset.



As just mentioned... the warranty is with the shop from which you buy it (if from Pc World, then your warranty is with them). Apple let you deal with the direct the first year. For the second year, you deal with the place you bought it from, like, PC World. Apple care give you the ability to deal with apple direct for 3 years... which of course means instant replacements and express and free servicing and repairs. Try to get either of these from PC world or any other retailer and i'll take my hat off to you.

Original Poster

Pc world are a shambles to deal with. Just to add.

There warranty is brilliant. My MacBook Pro developed another fault with the optical disc drive with 20 days left of the 3 year warranty. The disc drive has already been replaced twice so this would be the third time. The customer service is brilliant I am just waiting for my new laptop to arrive. Hot from me

Great price for a good product. You always read the haters however I have never read something like, 'I had AppleCare, went to Apple to get sorted out and they did nothing for me.'

I have had AppleCare for years on phones, MBP and will soon have it on an iMac. Weirdly I have never used it. Still great price.

Anyone managed to find one of these in a tesco?

Might be store specific

anita4

There warranty is brilliant. My MacBook Pro developed another fault with … There warranty is brilliant. My MacBook Pro developed another fault with the optical disc drive with 20 days left of the 3 year warranty. The disc drive has already been replaced twice so this would be the third time. The customer service is brilliant I am just waiting for my new laptop to arrive. Hot from me



This must be the most common "praise" for Apple that I see and just think... OPEN YOUR EYES. Literally, you're paying a premium for a piece of hardware from Apple, it fails 3 times in 3 years to the point where you have to spend even more money on extended warranties and "care" and then still regard the whole situation as "brilliant" and keep paying for more stuff just because when (not if) it goes wrong it gets fixed quickly? Madness.

deadduck_145

yes and when something does happen they try their hardest to question … yes and when something does happen they try their hardest to question every single intricacy in order to not have to pay out. whereas you have cover with apple, and you can count on them doing their best to sort you out. top class customer service (and products)



Thats not entirely true. When my MacBook Air had a failed Hard-Drive (within the 1 year Guarantee Period) they went over it with a magnifying glass and found a tiny tiny dent and accused me of dropping it and causing the hard-drive to fail. Only when I told them to STFU and fix it did they take it in and fix it.

Never bough an Apple product since. The arrogant attitude of the staff in my local AppleStore (Ipswich), the overpricing of their stuff and the stupidity of the Apple Fanboys ensured I will never buy an iPhone or iPad or MacBook ever again.
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