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IPad (2019) 32Gb, Wi-Fi, 10.2 Inch £299 @ Very (£252.99 using new customer code)
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IPad (2019) 32Gb, Wi-Fi, 10.2 Inch £299 @ Very (£252.99 using new customer code)

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Posted 6th Dec 2019

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

IPad (2019) 32Gb, Wi-Fi, 10.2 Inch For just £252.99 including delivery using code PAQ3P (£50 OFF A £60 SPEND FOR NEW CUSTOMERS ONLY).

If you already have an account like I did:

Clear your browser history (recommended)
Register a new account - You MUST use a different name and email address. (I did this twice for two iPads)
Apply for a very credit account.
Add the item to the basket and apply the discount code PAQ3P.

Click “Pay in Full” and select PayPal as a payment method. This way you will instantly get the discount and you don’t have to wait for it to be credited back to your account.

Don’t forget Quidco/TopCashBack for a further discount.

I purchased two which arrived today !

Please feel free to edit/amend post if I’ve done it wrong. I’m new to this!

Merry Christmas


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From what I've seen before very will work out you're not a new customer and charge you
I have two iPads at that price already delivered, and so do a couple of friends x
Edited by: "cornovii" 6th Dec 2019
Can be had cheaper without the need of setting a credit account on eBay for £235 with the current code, granted won't be UK plug but not a deal breaker for me as you get 12 month warranty with Apple anyway.
If you can live with import (shipped from uk), 128gb can be had for £300 too: hotukdeals.com/dea…576
No thanks credit not needed
Got to give you heat though.
If you can successfully negotiate all those hoops,
it'a very (ha ha) good price.
wiz106/12/2019 20:26

No thanks credit not needed


You can pay it off immediately and not need credit.
Publix06/12/2019 20:34

Got to give you heat though.If you can successfully negotiate all those …Got to give you heat though.If you can successfully negotiate all those hoops, it'a very (ha ha) good price.


I'm not a Very customer, yet ...

And I'm sure I'm not the only one out genre also?, hehehe.

So should be alllllll good for some out there too at least?, lol.
this code PAQ3P gives £30 off first purchase of £60 for opening a new very account (not very credit account)

very.co.uk/vou…age

the pic in the original post is a different code 'PAQ96', which requires you to open a credit account with very. that code only gives you £50 off the first purchase if you spend more than £100.
packard06/12/2019 22:01

You can pay it off immediately and not need credit.


not if you want £50 off. this post is incorrect and should be changed as the OP is referring to the PAQ96 new credit account customer code, and with that it is not possible to create duplicate accounts as you will be credit checked.
You are quite correct, I pasted an earlier code I had copied by mistake. The code (as in my attached image) is PAQ96. For some reason there is no edit button in the apps menu to enable me to correct it.
All sorted now
mutley107/12/2019 11:52

not if you want £50 off. this post is incorrect and should be changed as …not if you want £50 off. this post is incorrect and should be changed as the OP is referring to the PAQ96 new credit account customer code, and with that it is not possible to create duplicate accounts as you will be credit checked.


i opened new very credit account last year to get the £50 off first order to buy a switch. on checkout, once entered the code, still had option to pay remainder immediately on checkout. You deffo cannot create multiple accounts in same name mind
jinsta09/12/2019 04:04

i opened new very credit account last year to get the £50 off first order …i opened new very credit account last year to get the £50 off first order to buy a switch. on checkout, once entered the code, still had option to pay remainder immediately on checkout. You deffo cannot create multiple accounts in same name mind


the post i was replying to said that you do not need to open a credit account, which is incorrect. you need to be a new credit account customer to qualify for the £50 discount, but you can pay immediately by credit card and not through your newly opened credit account.

this is not what the poster had said. you have opened a credit account so you qualify. you just haven't used it to pay for the product. i did this myself and yes, you can never have more than one account as they will need to do a credit check on you when you open a credit account so a different name and email will not work, which is stated in the OP. this may work for the less generous code of PAQ3P, which does not require you to open a credit account, just a new customer account with very, where you will not be credit checked. but this code only gives you £30 discount and not the £50 discount that this deal states.
mutley109/12/2019 11:36

the post i was replying to said that you do not need to open a credit …the post i was replying to said that you do not need to open a credit account, which is incorrect. you need to be a new credit account customer to qualify for the £50 discount, but you can pay immediately by credit card and not through your newly opened credit account.this is not what the poster had said. you have opened a credit account so you qualify. you just haven't used it to pay for the product. i did this myself and yes, you can never have more than one account as they will need to do a credit check on you when you open a credit account so a different name and email will not work, which is stated in the OP. this may work for the less generous code of PAQ3P, which does not require you to open a credit account, just a new customer account with very, where you will not be credit checked. but this code only gives you £30 discount and not the £50 discount that this deal states.


Ah ok, yep completely agree with above mate. I've actually done the new customer thing twice now, but only because i don't use very at all after that initial new customer transaction and they tend to close my account down by default due to inactivity. My account from last Dec will close again this coming Jan which is fine. I'll reopen when need to get something worth spending the £50 on again. I know it means another credit check application, but its infrequent enough not to really matter.
jinsta09/12/2019 12:10

Ah ok, yep completely agree with above mate. I've actually done the new …Ah ok, yep completely agree with above mate. I've actually done the new customer thing twice now, but only because i don't use very at all after that initial new customer transaction and they tend to close my account down by default due to inactivity. My account from last Dec will close again this coming Jan which is fine. I'll reopen when need to get something worth spending the £50 on again. I know it means another credit check application, but its infrequent enough not to really matter.


my first experience with very did not go well and caused me a lot of stress as they overcharged me, then gave me the run around when i asked for the refund of the overcharge. i will be closing my credit account after the expiry of 6 months in case they claim the discount back if i close the account too early.

i won't be taking a chance with these jokers again, i got better things to do.
mutley109/12/2019 12:17

my first experience with very did not go well and caused me a lot of …my first experience with very did not go well and caused me a lot of stress as they overcharged me, then gave me the run around when i asked for the refund of the overcharge. i will be closing my credit account after the expiry of 6 months in case they claim the discount back if i close the account too early.i won't be taking a chance with these jokers again, i got better things to do.


I have heard of folks having a bad time with them which is why i was always reluctant too. They cant be as stressful as Virgin media mind...my renewals due now and dreading it as so damn draining. Needs a must mind...package has just doubled in price
It’s not rocket science. Pay the full amount via PayPal at the discounted price. The end.
Thanks managed to do this using my parents details!
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