iPad Air - WiFi - 16GB BLACK OR WHITE £359 with code @ASDA DIRECT
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iPad Air - WiFi - 16GB BLACK OR WHITE £359 with code @ASDA DIRECT

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Found 20th Nov 2013
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Thanks OP applied for John Lewis price match

How you apply for John Lewis price match?

Don't think they will match it because it's a code needed to be applied to get at the reduced price

And if they do match it, would they do it cheaper? Or the same?

si86efc

And if they do match it, would they do it cheaper? Or the same?



it will be with 3 yr warrenty

They would match it. I.e. The same price. Some people prefer to buy from john Lewis because of their warranty and customer service.

They would match it. I.e. The same price. Some people prefer to buy from john Lewis because of their warranty and customer service.

All ipads come with 2 year warranty no matter where u purchase them

mclovin1975

Don't think they will match it because it's a code needed to be applied … Don't think they will match it because it's a code needed to be applied to get at the reduced price



thats true mate i had them call today after filing a claim , they wont match a code

kaiser051

All ipads come with 2 year warranty no matter where u purchase them



Incorrect, they come with 12 months Hardware support and 90 days technical support (one free phone call to AppleCare).

kaiser051

All ipads come with 2 year warranty no matter where u purchase them



where do you see that ? as far as i am aware its a 1 year warranty as standard but JL are offering 3 years right now

Does anyone have a link which specific says that whether JL will match a discount code or not please? Thanks

I can only see that they won't match online-only or mail order businesses such as Dixons, Amazon or Play.com
Edited by: "pola2011" 20th Nov 2013

Cheers dudes

People who can't decide between the ipad air and ipad mini retina let me tell you I have both and the colours on the air is so much better and sharper then the mini

I have decided I'm going to sell the mini retina and just keep the air I purchased both as I couldn't honestly decide between the two

16gb is nowhere near enough for getting a few apps on etc
I have an iPad 2 32gb and even that got full quite quick

All electrical goods come with 2 years warranty by law nevermind what apple tell you they want you to pay extra for apple care and modt fools do

foottothethroat

Incorrect, they come with 12 months Hardware support and 90 days … Incorrect, they come with 12 months Hardware support and 90 days technical support (one free phone call to AppleCare).


prodrive305

where do you see that ? as far as i am aware its a 1 year warranty as … where do you see that ? as far as i am aware its a 1 year warranty as standard but JL are offering 3 years right now




Standard UK warranty is 2 years. It even says on apple website:

apple.com/uk/…ty/

2 year warranty on all electrical goods
Used this to take back my ipad after it became faulty after 16 monthsat first they tried it on but eventually got a replacement

thisismoney.co.uk/mon…tml

Asda only have 16GB in stock. I was hoping for a 64gb or even 128gb.

ashtad

People who can't decide between the ipad air and ipad mini retina let me … People who can't decide between the ipad air and ipad mini retina let me tell you I have both and the colours on the air is so much better and sharper then the mini I have decided I'm going to sell the mini retina and just keep the air I purchased both as I couldn't honestly decide between the two



#firstworldproblems.

you should know what happen if it will brake itself - you will go through hell to fix it (with Asda)

if you buy it in Apple Store - in about 5-15 minutes you have new or fixed!!!!

In Asda - days-weeks to fix it (and who knows how)

Small difference but worth to know

Can someone get Tesco to price match please so I can get £30 cheaper?

2% cashback as well from TCB

DanielN21

#firstworldproblems.

please explain ?

did anyone buy from spencermann via play for £329 the other day?

Thanks very good post. Just ordered 32GB Air for Collection.

the_bart123

you should know what happen if it will brake itself - you will go through … you should know what happen if it will brake itself - you will go through hell to fix it (with Asda)if you buy it in Apple Store - in about 5-15 minutes you have new or fixed!!!!In Asda - days-weeks to fix it (and who knows how)Small difference but worth to know



Nope. Any Apple product bought from anywhere, any shop, any country, will be serviced by Apple directly.
Edited by: "a3lawy" 20th Nov 2013

the_bart123

you should know what happen if it will brake itself - you will go through … you should know what happen if it will brake itself - you will go through hell to fix it (with Asda)if you buy it in Apple Store - in about 5-15 minutes you have new or fixed!!!!In Asda - days-weeks to fix it (and who knows how)Small difference but worth to know



This is not the case -Apple stores will provide support for any Apple product regardless of where bought.

Just placed order with Asda so fingers crossed they'll price match. They price-matched for me with Tesco last week so I don't see why not.

#firstworldproblems



Classic!

kaiser051

2 year warranty on all electrical goods Used this to take back my ipad … 2 year warranty on all electrical goods Used this to take back my ipad after it became faulty after 16 monthsat first they tried it on but eventually got a replacement http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/bills/article-1677034/Two-year-warranty-EU-law.html



Could this not negate the extra year? It's in the small print, at bottom of page.

In most EU member states, consumers may only claim for defects that were present on delivery. There are some exceptions, including Czech Republic and Romania. The burden to prove that the defect (including latent defects) existed on delivery generally shifts to the consumer after the expiry of a period of 6 months from date of delivery. Examples of countries where the burden of proof does not shift include Czech Republic, Portugal and Romania. Please contact your local European Consumer Centre for details of the position in your country. During the claim period (see above), consumers may claim, among other things, free repair or replacement where a product does not correspond to the contract. Some EU member states, including Finland, Ireland, UK, Netherlands and Sweden, have a claim period that is longer than 2 years from date of delivery. Please contact your local European Consumer Centre for details of the position in your country.

Speculator

did anyone buy from spencermann via play for £329 the other day?



Yes I ordered one and it arrived today. All looks fine but not opened apple packaging yet as its an xmas present.

Banned

I have tried JL three times for Prix match with the Tesco IPad Air offer, and each time they say no, as the price needs the money off code. Asda price looks good, and I'm sure a two year warranty is fine, doubt many keep there tablets for three years anyway, its a pity Asda don't seem to sell the 32 or 64 gd iPad though. I will wait to see if we get a new Nexus 10 first though before I decide which to buy though.

Speculator

did anyone buy from spencermann via play for £329 the other day?



Housemate ordered one, expected tomorrow. I'm going to laugh so hard when it's a Chinese fake.

Is the code expired as TAB10 wont work for me i was also trying to get it with the ipad mini with retina display?

kaiser051

2 year warranty on all electrical goods Used this to take back my ipad … 2 year warranty on all electrical goods Used this to take back my ipad after it became faulty after 16 monthsat first they tried it on but eventually got a replacement http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/bills/article-1677034/Two-year-warranty-EU-law.html



That's rubbish.

The UK hasn't even adopted that directive in any way shape or form.

Haven't read something so wrong in a long time.

Does that mean my iphone 5 is still covered?

robo989

That's rubbish.The UK hasn't even adopted that directive in any way shape … That's rubbish.The UK hasn't even adopted that directive in any way shape or form.Haven't read something so wrong in a long time.



Of course they have. Here is a PDF file direct from the UK Parliament website:

parliament.uk/bri…239

badzed

Of course they have. Here is a PDF file direct from the UK Parliament … Of course they have. Here is a PDF file direct from the UK Parliament website:http://www.parliament.uk/briefing-papers/SN02239



Not at all.

Are you telling me that all UK electronics now come with a 2 years warranty as standard like in most other european countries? That's simply not the case.

Feel like slitting my throat and being done with it after reading the first paragraph of that anti consumer rights pile of mumbo jumbo

(no offense to yourself, thanks for the link, but we have not adopted the 2 year european warranty directive).

We are left with our "6 years to prove that a product was faulty when purchased".

The part that we have adopted is only the bit that overlaps the 6 year thing....so, we have adopted absolutely nothing of it.
Edited by: "robo989" 20th Nov 2013

Got my IPad air from John Lewis price matched to Tesco so may give tis a go as well
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