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HP Pavilion gaming laptop, Core i7, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD, Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660Ti 6GB Graphics - £759.99 (£949.99 before cashback) from Very
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HP Pavilion gaming laptop, Core i7, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD, Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660Ti 6GB Graphics - £759.99 (£949.99 before cashback) from Very

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Posted 17th Nov 2019Edited by:"heathergreen1"

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

READ CAREFULLY because the starting price is £949.99 but there's a 20% off code that will get you 20% credit back (20% gets taken off the bill on or before 9 January).

Okay, another one of very's 20% cashback deals on computers! You have to apply the PEHE6 code and choose the 6 months interest free option.If you choose 12 months you won't get the deal. You will also have to have or open a credit account. Cashback will be applied to your account by 9 January. I've personally done several of these cashback deals from very and never had a problem. Just make sure you choose 6 months interest free credit and ensure that the code has been applied properly (a little message will pop up on screen saying something like "credit only applied to eligible products" - that's when you know the code has been applied). Deal expires on 20 November.

There are a few decent deals to be had - another one is for the Lenovo Legion Y540 laptop which works out about £720 but, personally, I'd go with the HP for £40 more.

very.co.uk/len…540

Product description

MPN: 7DX02EA#ABUEAN: 193905468133

Item number PGWKQ15

The HP Pavilion Gaming 15-dk0020na Laptop is sleek, powerful and fast.

Enjoy cutting-edge computing in an attractive, portable package – from superior performance to its stunning design, premium quality is built into every curve and pixel.

Superior Sound & Vision
The 15.6 inch full HD display (1920x1080) and state-of-the-art Bang & Olufsen sound are perfect for getting the most out of all your entertainment, with music, movies and more bursting into life before your eyes.

You've Got The Power
Everything runs smoothly thanks to an Intel® Core™ i7-9750U processor working with 8Gb RAM, so you cace through anything you need, including downloads and multitasking, with 6Gb Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 Ti graphics also ensuring smooth, lag-free streaming and games.

Lots of Storage
The 512Gb Solid State Drive gives you plenty of storage space, as well as ensuring a super-fast boot-up every time you lift the lid and short loading times.
  • Blue Tooth: Y
  • Depth: 360 MM
  • Display Size: 15.6in
  • Power your day. Power your play.
  • Game harder for longer
  • Bold, immersive design
  • FHD IPS display
  • HP Wide Vision HD Camera
  • Dropbox cloud storage
  • Highly accurate color
  • Anti-glare panel
  • Graphics: Discrete: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti Graphics
  • Hard Drive Storage: 512 Gb
  • Height: 23.4 MM
  • Processor: Intel Core i7-9750H
  • Screen Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Screen Type: Full HD IPS
  • Touch Screen: N
  • Width: 256 MM
  • Wifi Enabled: Y
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47 Comments
Very nice deal, heat
Just to check - on the Very cashback deals you've done before, are you allowed to use the cashback toward the price of the laptop? Do I just need to leave the balance above the cashback amount until it comes through (i.e. on the 9th Jan)?

I just don't want to end up with ~£200 of Very credit.
Seems like a good deal. Guess it’s a 60hz screen, the Lenovo legion you mention is 144hz and it seems that from a previous hukd deal for that the screen was a plus point for the y540.
the_inebriati17/11/2019 14:09

Just to check - on the Very cashback deals you've done before, are you …Just to check - on the Very cashback deals you've done before, are you allowed to use the cashback toward the price of the laptop? Do I just need to leave the balance above the cashback amount until it comes through (i.e. on the 9th Jan)?I just don't want to end up with ~£200 of Very credit.


I left the cashback amount outstanding on my last 20% credit back deal with very. The credit cleared the 20% outstanding on my account when it came through.
the_inebriati17/11/2019 14:09

Just to check - on the Very cashback deals you've done before, are you …Just to check - on the Very cashback deals you've done before, are you allowed to use the cashback toward the price of the laptop? Do I just need to leave the balance above the cashback amount until it comes through (i.e. on the 9th Jan)?I just don't want to end up with ~£200 of Very credit.


As you’re buying it on credit I would assume you pay nothing and wait to until the 20% discount has been applied before paying off the credit.

I’m concerned about this affecting my credit rating, about to move house and don’t want to jeopardise that for the sake of a discount on a new laptop!!
fubar88817/11/2019 14:12

Seems like a good deal. Guess it’s a 60hz screen, the Lenovo legion you m …Seems like a good deal. Guess it’s a 60hz screen, the Lenovo legion you mention is 144hz and it seems that from a previous hukd deal for that the screen was a plus point for the y540.


Yeah, this is 60hz. The Lenovo, to be fair, looks like a really nice little laptop for the money.
fubar88817/11/2019 14:15

As you’re buying it on credit I would assume you pay nothing and wait to u …As you’re buying it on credit I would assume you pay nothing and wait to until the 20% discount has been applied before paying off the credit. I’m concerned about this affecting my credit rating, about to move house and don’t want to jeopardise that for the sake of a discount on a new laptop!!


Probably best to leave it until after the move...
fubar88817/11/2019 14:15

As you’re buying it on credit I would assume you pay nothing and wait to u …As you’re buying it on credit I would assume you pay nothing and wait to until the 20% discount has been applied before paying off the credit. I’m concerned about this affecting my credit rating, about to move house and don’t want to jeopardise that for the sake of a discount on a new laptop!!


I think you'd be charged a minimum payment each month in the meantime (obviously no interest) which would come off the overall total left when the 20% is credited to your account.
zcaprd717/11/2019 14:18

Probably best to leave it until after the move...


My conclusion too...and that’s before asking my better half!!!
zcaprd717/11/2019 14:18

Probably best to leave it until after the move...


That would be the sensible decision...
heathergreen117/11/2019 14:13

I left the cashback amount outstanding on my last 20% credit back deal …I left the cashback amount outstanding on my last 20% credit back deal with very. The credit cleared the 20% outstanding on my account when it came through.



Outstanding. Many thanks.
fubar88817/11/2019 14:20

My conclusion too...and that’s before asking my better half!!!


I'd contribute the rest towards the deposit, and buy that rubbish student laptop as well!
Just checked, that Lenovo got hot at £899!!! At £720 it’s also a bargain!
Really nice deal. Wish it was 144hz. Still a really good deal though.
Blacklisted from very
heathergreen117/11/2019 14:19

I think you'd be charged a minimum payment each month in the meantime …I think you'd be charged a minimum payment each month in the meantime (obviously no interest) which would come off the overall total left when the 20% is credited to your account.


No that's not how Very buy now pay later works. You don't pay anything at all during the interest free time. If you go so much as a day over the expiry of that time though, they will whack you for the full amount of interest that you would have got charged. Which is where people get angry with them despite not keeping an eye on it themselves. If you pay it all off before the end of the interest free period then that's it, you're done with no extra cost. I've used Very for many years and so long as you remember to pay then there's no problem. The credits always come through as well.
heathergreen117/11/2019 14:19

I think you'd be charged a minimum payment each month in the meantime …I think you'd be charged a minimum payment each month in the meantime (obviously no interest) which would come off the overall total left when the 20% is credited to your account.


No because its buy now pay later so the balance stays in situe till the 6 months is up.
Only thing that does on the account is £3.99 delivery charge.
Bargainhunter_1317/11/2019 14:38

No because its buy now pay later so the balance stays in situe till the 6 …No because its buy now pay later so the balance stays in situe till the 6 months is up.Only thing that does on the account is £3.99 delivery charge.


Excellent point and something I've found myself forgetting. The delivery charges don't get added to BNPL and you should pay the amount for that straight away.
Click and collect is free as it's over £25.
Is the laptop good for high spec gaming....coming from an Xbox one x owner???
if this was 120hz screen I'll buy it.
fubar88817/11/2019 14:20

My conclusion too...and that’s before asking my better half!!!



You will see another offer when the time is right
For me the lenovo trumps this, 1660ti is almost wasted on a 60hz screen, slightly underclocking the lenovo makes it on par or in some games out preform the 2019 helios, regardless both are fantastic for the price
Edited by: "dronet" 17th Nov 2019
The Lenovo is only a quad core though with half a ghz slower boost speed.

I guess it would come down to what games you’re going to play, if it’s FPS then you’re going to want the 144hz screen on the Lenovo...
fubar88817/11/2019 14:12

Seems like a good deal. Guess it’s a 60hz screen, the Lenovo legion you m …Seems like a good deal. Guess it’s a 60hz screen, the Lenovo legion you mention is 144hz and it seems that from a previous hukd deal for that the screen was a plus point for the y540.


If i remember correctly theres only 1 ram slot on the lenovo, unless thats a different model
heathergreen117/11/2019 15:03

Click and collect is free as it's over £25.


Incorrect. High end electronics have to be sent to home address and signed for.
£3.99 is the privilege.
Bargainhunter_1318/11/2019 11:30

Incorrect. High end electronics have to be sent to home address and signed …Incorrect. High end electronics have to be sent to home address and signed for.£3.99 is the privilege.


Nope. Not at all. I've actually ordered this laptop myself and am collecting it from my local post office for no charge.
Is this a 60hz screen? Looks great baring that if so. I'm looking for a semi decent gaming laptop and hoping for 120/144 if possible.
Bargainhunter_1318/11/2019 11:30

Incorrect. High end electronics have to be sent to home address and signed …Incorrect. High end electronics have to be sent to home address and signed for.£3.99 is the privilege.


No they dont, i had my 2 laptops from very delivered to my local post office last week
Is this a vr ready laptop?
I tried to get the Lenovo laptop under the same (20% off) deal yesterday. Applied for a credit account and was accepted for a £1000 credit limit. Ordered the laptop, and it showed as being delivered in two days time. No order confirmation email. I called up their customer service number and they said that the laptop is out of stock (was and still is showing as Available on their website), and to wait and see what happens.

Checked later on yesterday and it showed as "Sorry, your order has been declined". No email, no phone call, nothing. I wouldn't have known unless I checked the account page on Very.

Tried using their Twitter account today, and they said it was because my credit application required "further checks". After pressing the issue they gave me a super-secret customer service phone number. They told me that the "further checks" had been carried out and they had decided to withdraw the £1000 credit facility (i.e. to £0) that they had approved me for not 24 hours before, with no explanation. I've two credit cards and never missed a payment for either those or anything else. MSE Credit Club shows me as 'Excellent'. Not that I'm bitter or anything, but a catalogue account shouldn't be this difficult to get.

Asked my mum (as she does a lot of catalogue orders) to have a look at it and see if I'd done something wrong. She ended up calling the customer service number who insisted that the 20% off code was actually 10% off.

Genuinely the worst experience I've had with a company in recent memory. Based on the customer service, I'd have zero confidence in any cashback credit or indeed any returns. Fully prepared to accept that may have been a one-off, but I'd encourage anyone thinking of doing this offer to either call up their customer service team to ask a question (it's amazing how bad they are) or have a look at their TrustPilot reviews.
Mark_Hickman18/11/2019 16:53

No they dont, i had my 2 laptops from very delivered to my local post …No they dont, i had my 2 laptops from very delivered to my local post office last week


Just tried it on 3 different laptops. ALL required signature at home address and charged £3.99.
Bargainhunter_1319/11/2019 00:00

Just tried it on 3 different laptops. ALL required signature at home …Just tried it on 3 different laptops. ALL required signature at home address and charged £3.99.


Very strange. I will have to sign for my click and collect parcel but it hasn't cost me a penny. No idea at all why you can't get it.
heathergreen119/11/2019 00:08

Very strange. I will have to sign for my click and collect parcel but it …Very strange. I will have to sign for my click and collect parcel but it hasn't cost me a penny. No idea at all why you can't get it.


Me either, tried it on 3 of different values.
Just tried it on an Galaxy note 10 and still no option too.
Last 2 orders of clothing have been c & c also.
Bargainhunter_1319/11/2019 00:13

Me either, tried it on 3 of different values.Just tried it on an Galaxy …Me either, tried it on 3 of different values.Just tried it on an Galaxy note 10 and still no option too.Last 2 orders of clothing have been c & c also.



Very can be a bit inexplicably odd sometimes. Have you been a very customer long? Do you live somewhere remote?
heathergreen119/11/2019 00:44

Very can be a bit inexplicably odd sometimes. Have you been a very …Very can be a bit inexplicably odd sometimes. Have you been a very customer long? Do you live somewhere remote?


Since long before it was Very. 2008 possibly.
Extremely high spending limit an live in Hull.
I'm not needing to purchase anything currently, however past high value electronics have never given the option too.
Bargainhunter_1319/11/2019 00:00

Just tried it on 3 different laptops. ALL required signature at home …Just tried it on 3 different laptops. ALL required signature at home address and charged £3.99.


They must not trust you
the_inebriati18/11/2019 18:18

I tried to get the Lenovo laptop under the same (20% off) deal yesterday. …I tried to get the Lenovo laptop under the same (20% off) deal yesterday. Applied for a credit account and was accepted for a £1000 credit limit. Ordered the laptop, and it showed as being delivered in two days time. No order confirmation email. I called up their customer service number and they said that the laptop is out of stock (was and still is showing as Available on their website), and to wait and see what happens. Checked later on yesterday and it showed as "Sorry, your order has been declined". No email, no phone call, nothing. I wouldn't have known unless I checked the account page on Very.Tried using their Twitter account today, and they said it was because my credit application required "further checks". After pressing the issue they gave me a super-secret customer service phone number. They told me that the "further checks" had been carried out and they had decided to withdraw the £1000 credit facility (i.e. to £0) that they had approved me for not 24 hours before, with no explanation. I've two credit cards and never missed a payment for either those or anything else. MSE Credit Club shows me as 'Excellent'. Not that I'm bitter or anything, but a catalogue account shouldn't be this difficult to get.Asked my mum (as she does a lot of catalogue orders) to have a look at it and see if I'd done something wrong. She ended up calling the customer service number who insisted that the 20% off code was actually 10% off. Genuinely the worst experience I've had with a company in recent memory. Based on the customer service, I'd have zero confidence in any cashback credit or indeed any returns. Fully prepared to accept that may have been a one-off, but I'd encourage anyone thinking of doing this offer to either call up their customer service team to ask a question (it's amazing how bad they are) or have a look at their TrustPilot reviews.


I ordered 2 laptops both recieved next day and had emails stating i will get 20% cash back before january the same day as delivery
39026742.jpgMany of the bad reviews are from people who dont understand how the bnpl service works and moan when hundreds of interest is added because they didn't clear the balance in time, or they didn't realise they have to pay postage now not in 6 months and get charges
Edited by: "Mark_Hickman" 19th Nov 2019
Mark_Hickman19/11/2019 06:05

They must not trust you


Trust me enough with a 4.8k limit lol.
Fab deal Heather... worthy of a proper tech-head!
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