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HP Omen 15-ax202na, Intel® Core™ i5-7300HQ Processor, 8Gb RAM, 1Tb Hard Drive + 128Gb SSD, 15.6 inch Full HD Gaming Laptop with 2Gb Nvidia GTX 1050 Graphics £829.99 (£664 after account credit) @ Very.com
HP Omen 15-ax202na, Intel® Core™ i5-7300HQ Processor, 8Gb RAM, 1Tb Hard Drive + 128Gb SSD, 15.6 inch Full HD Gaming Laptop with 2Gb Nvidia GTX 1050 Graphics £829.99 (£664 after account credit) @ Very.com

HP Omen 15-ax202na, Intel® Core™ i5-7300HQ Processor, 8Gb RAM, 1Tb Hard Drive + 128Gb SSD, 15.6 inch Full HD Gaming Laptop with 2Gb Nvidia GTX 1050 Graphics £829.99 (£664 after account credit) @ Very.com

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Great spec laptop and get 20% off the price at Very when selecting Buy Now Pay Later! Bringing the already reduced cost down to just £664 when you get your credit back!

(Offer states 20% off all HP laptops over £399, but doesn't seem to display on this Laptops page?)

It's simple you get x amount currently being offered applied to your main account as credit on your main balance in a few weeks (AS LONG AS IT'S ON BNPL) then contact customer service and ask them to transfer that credit to a bnpl order of your choice then pay what's left outstanding on that item before the year so no interest >>EASY<<.

oO ITS NOT DIFFICULT
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Heat

WHats this credit back shenanigan?

WitnessTheFitness

WHats this credit back shenanigan?



You take out credit with very. Pay the cost of postage the first month. Each subsequent month make the minimum payment required until you pay it off. Usually you have 12 months to clear it all without paying interest as long as you make the minimum payment in time each month. Very reduce the credit you owe them by making a payment into your credit account.
Edited by: "revo89" 1st Jun

revo893 m ago

You take out credit with very. Pay the cost of postage the first month. …You take out credit with very. Pay the cost of postage the first month. Each subsequent month make the minimum payment required until you pay it off. Usually you have 12 months to clear it all without paying interest as long as you make the minimum payment in time each month. Very reduce the credit you owe them by making a payment into your credit account.


So you'd get credit in your account to use at very when getting it for 600+ rather than paying £800+?

WitnessTheFitness

So you'd get credit in your account to use at very when getting it for … So you'd get credit in your account to use at very when getting it for 600+ rather than paying £800+?




Once you apply for credit it's in your account for any purchase you wish. Alternatively you do not have to use it. My account has 3k credit and my gf account has 1k credit. Only once you purchase something using that credit will you be required to make minimum payments. And yes that's correct, only if you use credit will you get the 20% cash back. Paying for it using another method I.e. card will not allow you to get the cash back

revo897 m ago

Once you apply for credit it's in your account for any purchase you wish. …Once you apply for credit it's in your account for any purchase you wish. Alternatively you do not have to use it. My account has 3k credit and my gf account has 1k credit. Only once you purchase something using that credit will you be required to make minimum payments. And yes that's correct, only if you use credit will you get the 20% cash back. Paying for it using another method I.e. card will not allow you to get the cash back


Thanks, so its best not to use the credit? ould you say its worth it? I've been looking for a while and this is one of the best i've seen yet, wanted more than a 2gb but for this price you cant go wrong

WitnessTheFitness

Thanks, so its best not to use the credit? ould you say its worth it? … Thanks, so its best not to use the credit? ould you say its worth it? I've been looking for a while and this is one of the best i've seen yet, wanted more than a 2gb but for this price you cant go wrong



It is best to use credit as that way you get the 20% credit back. As for the laptop I think it's a great spec for the price but I'm not too tech savvy so waiting to see what others say. The last laptop I purchased was in 2007 lol

WitnessTheFitness

Thanks, so its best not to use the credit? ould you say its worth it? … Thanks, so its best not to use the credit? ould you say its worth it? I've been looking for a while and this is one of the best i've seen yet, wanted more than a 2gb but for this price you cant go wrong



It's best to use credit so you can get the laptop for 664 instead of 830. I think the spec amazing for the price especially when compared with others in that price range. I'm waiting for others to comment though as last laptop I purchased was in 2007 lol

revo895 m ago

It's best to use credit so you can get the laptop for 664 instead of 830. …It's best to use credit so you can get the laptop for 664 instead of 830. I think the spec amazing for the price especially when compared with others in that price range. I'm waiting for others to comment though as last laptop I purchased was in 2007 lol


Right but essentially you're still paying 830+ just getting the remainder to spend on other stuff?
I know same haha, have you seen the other thread for the i7 at 680!!

Original Poster

Just to clarify the credit thing, I did it with the PS4 a while back: You don't actually pay anything at the beginning - You simply order, and select Buy Now Pay Later. You'll then owe the Very account £830. Pay the minimum each month for a couple of months until the credit is applied. Once they apply the credit it will knock £166 off the remaining balance - Which you then pay off in full. In total you'll have only paid £664

WitnessTheFitness

Right but essentially you're still paying 830+ just getting the remainder … Right but essentially you're still paying 830+ just getting the remainder to spend on other stuff? I know same haha, have you seen the other thread for the i7 at 680!!



Yes that's right. If this is your first credit order just screenshot the offer and ensure they do no apply the 10% off for new customers instead. I say that because that happened to my mate and it was only after he showed them the screenshot that they credit him the 20%.

Yes I may get that one as most my stuff back up on dropbox so prefer having bigger ssd

Ok thanks guys, very helpful! Not sure if i'll go ahead, i mean its a bargain but looking at these t&c andwhat i've heard about very i don't fancy going into a credit agreement with them!

revo89

...Yes I may get that one as most my stuff back up on dropbox so prefer … ...Yes I may get that one as most my stuff back up on dropbox so prefer having bigger ssd

Has a 1TB hard drive too!


Edited by: "Musicrab" 1st Jun

hi, would this harm my credit profile as they might say not successful?

also would I know it at the point of purchase so I know if I could get that 20% off instead need to pay full price
Edited by: "dealchaser888" 2nd Jun

dealchaser888

hi, would this harm my credit profile as they might say not … hi, would this harm my credit profile as they might say not successful?also would I know it at the point of purchase so I know if I could get that 20% off instead need to pay full price


It's a credit check so everyone could be refused but if yours is good then you most likely be accepted. You start by creating an account and then applying for credit if you accepted then you will see how much credit they give you then try and order an item with bnpl in the basket. If there is no option for bnpl or the bnpl code don't work (whilst in the basket) then your not eligible. Simple
Edited by: "AJ92" 2nd Jun

Musicrab

Has a 1TB hard drive too!



Thanks I couldn't see in the description but rang them up. Wouldn't have even known if it wasn't for your comment Also the graphics card is GTX 1050 Ti -something else they forgot to add to description

AJ92

It's a credit check so everyone could be refused but if yours is good … It's a credit check so everyone could be refused but if yours is good then you most likely be accepted. You start by creating an account and then applying for credit if you accepted then you will see how much credit they give you then try and order an item with bnpl in the basket. If there is no option for bnpl or the bnpl code don't work (whilst i the basket) then your not eligible. Simple



Hi, thanks a lot.

revo89

Thanks I couldn't see in the description but rang them up. Wouldn't have … Thanks I couldn't see in the description but rang them up. Wouldn't have even known if it wasn't for your comment Also the graphics card is GTX 1050 Ti -something else they forgot to add to description



Are you sure it's a Ti? It seems too cheap even before the 20% credit.

It doesn't have a ti, just the standard 1050. Great price though

where is this offer on the very site? I can't see anything
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