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iPad Pro 12.9 inch 20% Off at Very
iPad Pro 12.9 inch 20% Off at Very

iPad Pro 12.9 inch 20% Off at Very

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I have been looking for a good deal on the new iPad Pros but unfortunately due to the recent price increase due to Brexit it has been extremely difficult; however if you create a new account at Very the code LGAQP reduces the price by 20%. I ordered the iPad Pro 12.9 inch 2017 model for £619.19. This includes the postage cost of £3.99. Should work on all other models too.

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The price increase is due to Apple, Brexit doesn't sell iPads

price increase due to Brexit


you mean price increase due to apple taking advantage of the situation.....
it's 1.31 USD to 1GBP. It was 1.4. Many companies used the excuse about weak pound.
did they drop the price again when the pound went back up? Nope.

1an4492

Left wing politics arrive on hkud



Pro and anti Brexit isn't a left/right issue.

For the last time. Apple price increases were due to greed not Brexit. They put the prices up in Europe too and pretty much everywhere except the USA so stop saying it's Brexit related! They also did the same when launched MacBooks. I bought iPad and MacBook on event day because I got them at the old prices.
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Does this work for the 10.5 inch ipad pro as well?

The price increase is due to Apple, Brexit doesn't sell iPads

zizzles

The price increase is due to Apple, Brexit doesn't sell iPads



It is Brexit that has caused pound devaluation and resulting in the price increase. Actually not that bothered about an iPad, but I do worry about my monthly spend on groceries. I cannot say price increase is due to TESCO/SAINSBURIES etc.

Anyways, 20% is a good discount.

Left wing politics arrive on hkud

2% Quidco as well

1an4492

Left wing politics arrive on hkud



Pro and anti Brexit isn't a left/right issue.

Did it work at 20% for you ? It says 10% for electrical

Needs expired this is 10% off electrical s only as shown every time someone posts this code

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Dhiraj1

Does this work for the 10.5 inch ipad pro as well?



Should do, worth a try

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jimbob2010

Needs expired this is 10% off electrical s only as shown every time … Needs expired this is 10% off electrical s only as shown every time someone posts this code



Yeah it says 10% but when I tried it 20% came off. Might be that iPad are in a different category so you get the full amount off.

price increase due to Brexit


you mean price increase due to apple taking advantage of the situation.....
it's 1.31 USD to 1GBP. It was 1.4. Many companies used the excuse about weak pound.
did they drop the price again when the pound went back up? Nope.

For the last time. Apple price increases were due to greed not Brexit. They put the prices up in Europe too and pretty much everywhere except the USA so stop saying it's Brexit related! They also did the same when launched MacBooks. I bought iPad and MacBook on event day because I got them at the old prices.

Do you get an extra £50 off with buy now pay later?

At what point do you enter the code? Do you need to create an account to see if this works with other things?

Awesome! Just got £177 off a 10.5in iPad Pro

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demusss

At what point do you enter the code? Do you need to create an account to … At what point do you enter the code? Do you need to create an account to see if this works with other things?



Yeah you need to make a new account and then when you go through checkout

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BarGin

Do you get an extra £50 off with buy now pay later?



Not sure. It's says it's paid in by end of next month but in the TCs it says not to be used with any other offer so unlikely. Fingers still crossed though.

cantonbean

For the last time. Apple price increases were due to greed not Brexit. … For the last time. Apple price increases were due to greed not Brexit. They put the prices up in Europe too and pretty much everywhere except the USA so stop saying it's Brexit related! They also did the same when launched MacBooks. I bought iPad and MacBook on event day because I got them at the old prices.



Right, cause big devaluation of currency has no affect on Apple's decision of setting price, its not like Apple or Microsoft etc had announce price increase following Brexit...oh wait they did. The fact is the price increase is both due to adding the name "pro" and know people will pay for it but also Brexit

Dhiraj1

Does this work for the 10.5 inch ipad pro as well?

nickafrancis

Awesome! Just got £177 off a 10.5in iPad Pro




How much did you pay & what gb is it?

WATCHING33

How much did you pay & what gb is it?



512gb £715

Still cant justify buying an iPad Pro when you could get a laptop instead for the price. Heat added as it's cheaper than RRP though.

Dolphinzz1 h, 10 m ago

Still cant justify buying an iPad Pro when you could get a laptop instead …Still cant justify buying an iPad Pro when you could get a laptop instead for the price. Heat added as it's cheaper than RRP though.


Perfect device alongside my desktop PC.

Got this in my basket for £603, 1×\x09Apple iPad Pro, 128Gb, Wi-Fi, 12.9in - Space Grey (1st Generation)

Great deal

Remember US prices are before tax. If you take VAT off you can compare prices. iPad Pro (10.5) $649 = £495 at $1.31 to £1. Cost of iPad Pro (10.5) minus VAT is £515. Not a massive markup by Apple I don’t think?

Is it easy to open a 2nd a/c with Very?

Seems to me that the price is lowered because iPad's aren't so popular anymore, only Apple store keep there prices high and never discount their prices.

daskapital

price increase due to Brexityou mean price increase due to apple taking … price increase due to Brexityou mean price increase due to apple taking advantage of the situation.....it's 1.31 USD to 1GBP. It was 1.4. Many companies used the excuse about weak pound.did they drop the price again when the pound went back up? Nope.


You think all these massive multi national companies should adjust prices day by day?
And also forget to mention that 1.31 us *very* close to the highest point the UK£ has been against the $ since the referendum?
And forget the DAY before it was at 1.49?
Currencies fluctuate, but in general, the major ones do so slowly. Fact is, the UK£ plummeted after the referendum, and a pretty much every importer faced higher prices. To pretend otherwise is deliberate ignorance.
Whichever side of the debate you are on, whether you see it as good or bad, these are facts. The UK£ is now one of those currencies that is in fluctuation. Because of brexit.
Once it eventually steadies itself (eventually..) I don't doubt these companies will once again re-evaluate their pricing.

ocdteacher

Remember US prices are before tax. If you take VAT off you can compare … Remember US prices are before tax. If you take VAT off you can compare prices. iPad Pro (10.5) $649 = £495 at $1.31 to £1. Cost of iPad Pro (10.5) minus VAT is £515. Not a massive markup by Apple I don’t think?


And if you price it by the recent most stable approx. valuation of 1.25, then it comes to an even more accurate 519...
So yeah, I reckon the currency plays a part!

bilbob

You think all these massive multi national companies should adjust prices … You think all these massive multi national companies should adjust prices day by day?And also forget to mention that 1.31 us *very* close to the highest point the UK£ has been against the $ since the referendum?And forget the DAY before it was at 1.49? Currencies fluctuate, but in general, the major ones do so slowly. Fact is, the UK£ plummeted after the referendum, and a pretty much every importer faced higher prices. To pretend otherwise is deliberate ignorance.Whichever side of the debate you are on, whether you see it as good or bad, these are facts. The UK£ is now one of those currencies that is in fluctuation. Because of brexit.Once it eventually steadies itself (eventually..) I don't doubt these companies will once again re-evaluate their pricing.



Tosh!!

bilbob10 m ago

You think all these massive multi national companies should adjust prices …You think all these massive multi national companies should adjust prices day by day?And also forget to mention that 1.31 us *very* close to the highest point the UK£ has been against the $ since the referendum?And forget the DAY before it was at 1.49? Currencies fluctuate, but in general, the major ones do so slowly. Fact is, the UK£ plummeted after the referendum, and a pretty much every importer faced higher prices. To pretend otherwise is deliberate ignorance.Whichever side of the debate you are on, whether you see it as good or bad, these are facts. The UK£ is now one of those currencies that is in fluctuation. Because of brexit.Once it eventually steadies itself (eventually..) I don't doubt these companies will once again re-evaluate their pricing.



When the oil price drops, the government puts pressure on the refineries and fuel stations to drop their price. You are aware the fuel price rises and lowers right? When the price of wholesale energy drops, the cost to the consumer is reduced as well. I'm not denying that brexit had an impact on the currency everyone knows this.... but Apple said it was due to brexit when in reality it was due to greed and opportunism. Yeah it might have made <1% difference to Apple but the price increase in no way reflected the actual losses incurred by the weaker pound.

Lets not pretend they are not being greedy. Even apple fanboys can see that. And yes, big companies do drop their prices... it happens all the time... you would think being on HUKD that you would have noticed that....

rhodyate

Tosh!!


Classic debate!

daskapital

When the oil price drops, the government puts pressure on the refineries … When the oil price drops, the government puts pressure on the refineries and fuel stations to drop their price. You are aware the fuel price rises and lowers right? When the price of wholesale energy drops, the cost to the consumer is reduced as well. I'm not denying that brexit had an impact on the currency everyone knows this.... but Apple said it was due to brexit when in reality it was due to greed and opportunism. Yeah it might have made <1% difference to Apple but the price increase in no way reflected the actual losses incurred by the weaker pound. Lets not pretend they are not being greedy. Even apple fanboys can see that. And yes, big companies do drop their prices... it happens all the time... you would think being on HUKD that you would have noticed that....


You are comparing the cost of fuel to the standard costs of everything else? Do you really believe that everything should be spot priced like petrol? It can literally change multiple times a day, and you think that's how ALL prices should operate? Do you know how much this would cost companies that sell these things? How that would affect their advertising, their planning, their costings...??
It's not a realistic comparison I'm afraid.
And I did even said that multinationals change prices, not sure what argument you are trying to make there... They just wait until they can make it a price change that lasts more than a day at a time.

Code doesn't work. I think may you have to upgrade to a credit account, adding this code says "this code is invalid".

You said multinationals. Fuel cost / fuel producers are not multinational? And i mention others, but feel free to cherry pick just that one...

No I don't believe everything should be spot priced. I don't care what you think is a realistic comparison considering your arguments are utter rubbish and obvious apple fanboy/antibrexiteer junk. They took advantage, not everyone did, but apple were greedy it's plainly obvious to everyone except you apparently. Now if you just want a good ol chinwag trollin go off to reddit.
Edited by: "daskapital" 16th Jul

rgerwal

I have been looking for a good deal on the new iPad Pros but … I have been looking for a good deal on the new iPad Pros but unfortunately due to the recent price increase due to Brexit it has been extremely difficult; however if you create a new account at Very the code LGAQP reduces the price by 20%. I ordered the iPad Pro 12.9 inch 2017 model for £619.19. This includes the postage cost of £3.99. Should work on all other models too.



Brexit has nothing to do with Apple ripping off UK customers, Apple were ripping off their UK sheep (sorry customers) 5 years ago and they will be still ripping them off in 5 years time. If you want to pay 2-3 times the value for a style over substance Apple product is worth that is your choice, but it does make you a sheep/cretin.

Just bought iPad Pro 10.5 Space Grey 64Gb for £499.19 delivered. Thank you!

cold for creating new account.

What are the rules for a 'new' account. I opened a very account for the discount almost 3 years ago and used it once since. Due to 12 months inactivity they closed it in June this year. Can I now apply as a new customer again or do I need to wait a further year like with some credit card companies?
Edited by: "GMac11" 16th Jul

daBluone

Perfect device alongside my desktop PC.



But I don't really get why. I have an iPad and I just bought a keyboard case and bam cheap iPad Pro okay but I seriously don't get it, like with the Surface 4 it has the normal Windows OS and therefore it feels like an awesome laptop. But with the iPad Pro I just don't get it tbh.

Did this a few months ago - Very cancelled the order and I had an unnecessary search on my credit record. Just because the order goes through doesn't mean they will honour it. Wouldn't touch them with a barge pole now.
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