Ipad Pro 32GB (12.9") £558 with £124 worth of Rakuten points with code IPADS from Pixel Electronics via Rakuten
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Ipad Pro 32GB (12.9") £558 with £124 worth of Rakuten points with code IPADS from Pixel Electronics via Rakuten

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Found 22nd Mar 2016
It's pretty expensive but probably one of the better deals you're ever likely to get if in the market for one. By comparison, the smaller pro announced today is £499 from Apple so this seems better value in my opinion. Hope it helps someone.

128gb model is also available for £663 with £145 back in points which is cheaper than buying the 32gb Pro from Apple direct

Which pro? 9.7 inch or 12.9 inch?
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this is amazing deal! How can I use the Rakuten points? Can I buy a ipad pen?
chenzz

this is amazing deal! How can I use the Rakuten points? Can I buy a ipad … this is amazing deal! How can I use the Rakuten points? Can I buy a ipad pen?



Chanchi's comment below explains it better but yes, you can buy the pen as long as it's for sale on Rakuten
Edited by: "Biddy2" 22nd Mar 2016
biddilybah

The points usually get credited once the return period ends (7 days I … The points usually get credited once the return period ends (7 days I think but someone may be able to correct me) then you can use them on checkout for anything you like, sold across Rakuten.



Taken from the terms and conditions

- The Super Points will be allocated to the customer’s account 8 days after the merchant shipped the item.
- The Super Points earned during the Promotional Period will only be valid until 21st April 2016 and after this date they can no longer be redeemed.

rakuten.co.uk/pol…22/
Chanchi32

Taken from the terms and conditions- The Super Points will be allocated … Taken from the terms and conditions- The Super Points will be allocated to the customer’s account 8 days after the merchant shipped the item.- The Super Points earned during the Promotional Period will only be valid until 21st April 2016 and after this date they can no longer be redeemed.http://www.rakuten.co.uk/policy/terms_conditions/coupons/20160322/



Thanks Chanchi
biddilybah

Chanchi's comment below explains it better but yes, you can buy the pen … Chanchi's comment below explains it better but yes, you can buy the pen as long as it's for sale on Rakuten



Unfortunately, either pencil or keyboard cover is for sale on Rakuten.
But still, smoking HOT deal!
chenzz

Unfortunately, either pencil or keyboard cover is for sale on Rakuten.But … Unfortunately, either pencil or keyboard cover is for sale on Rakuten.But still, smoking HOT deal!



That's a shame... Plenty of cases available for them mind so could put the points towards one of those
Anybody read reviews about Rakuten? Nightmare company, selling items when have nothing in stock.
patrykzacharczuk

Anybody read reviews about Rakuten? Nightmare company, selling items when … Anybody read reviews about Rakuten? Nightmare company, selling items when have nothing in stock.



Rakuten is a market place, you're always buying from a third party
patrykzacharczuk

Anybody read reviews about Rakuten? Nightmare company, selling items when … Anybody read reviews about Rakuten? Nightmare company, selling items when have nothing in stock.



Do you have a link to these reviews?
Heat added biddy..thought I was seeing things when I saw a deal from you X)
chenzz

this is amazing deal! How can I use the Rakuten points? Can I buy a ipad … this is amazing deal! How can I use the Rakuten points? Can I buy a ipad pen?


Looks life Apple fans are brainwashed. For £600 you can get a decent Surface. With IOS you ll never get the level of functionality or a windows os. Yes, it is not flawless but it has 90% of the market. But apple fans only want nice polished design
Coming up as £620
SL7

Coming up as £620



Ipad Pro 32GB £558 with £124 worth of Rakuten points with code IPADS from Pixel Electronics via Rakuten
An updated iPad pro version will come at the end of the year.
deceneu

Looks life Apple fans are brainwashed. For £600 you can get a decent … Looks life Apple fans are brainwashed. For £600 you can get a decent Surface. With IOS you ll never get the level of functionality or a windows os. Yes, it is not flawless but it has 90% of the market. But apple fans only want nice polished design



Says the brainwashed Microsoft fan above!.

Windows 10 is a massive step in the wrong direction for PCs. Unlike you, here's some proof to back up my claims:

http://www.theinquirer.net/inquirer/news/2449298/windows-10-is-now-the-second-most-popular-desktop-operating-system

Windows 7 - the best Microsoft Operating System by far - not this Windows 10 tablet O/S nonsense.
Oh and before you get on that high horse; yes it's done well out of the gate getting so much take up...but let's not forget...they had to give it away free.

I bet Linux fans are laughing their socks off
nikos

An updated iPad pro version will come at the end of the year.


In related news, night will come at the end of the day
nikos

An updated iPad pro version will come at the end of the year.


In case you didn't know, new products comes out from Apple annually, don't miss out.
Brilliant piece of kit, with the pencil it can replace more expensive drawing tablets, just for that it's worth it
My point is the new smaller iPad pro currently better value. Better specs: camera, display,... 169£ cheaper than the bigger one.
DAZZ2000

Says the brainwashed Microsoft fan above!.Windows 10 is a massive step in … Says the brainwashed Microsoft fan above!.Windows 10 is a massive step in the wrong direction for PCs. Unlike you, here's some proof to back up my claims:http://www.theinquirer.net/inquirer/news/2449298/windows-10-is-now-the-second-most-popular-desktop-operating-systemWindows 7 - the best Microsoft Operating System by far - not this Windows 10 tablet O/S nonsense.



Honestly, "the best OS" is a very subjective thing. I like Windows 10 far more than Windows 7. Why the updates are not happening is the fact that most people don't want to bother to update something that works well and just want an "out of the box experience", an emphasis on most of course. Also with it being advertised as "free" people don't want to buy it. Honestly I find it to be the best windows so far, simply because they polished it before release, I updated/installed on about 5 PC's and it works flawlessly.

Also if you have a touch enabled device it is far better than Windows 7 and simply said it is often faster and simpler to use the touch screen rather than the mouse (I have laptops in mind here).

About the ads and tracking issue, you are welcome to disable everything...

Also Surface has no "tablet" version of Windows but the full one as any laptop and that is far more usable than a mac in the term of available software and not even comparable to ios.
Subjective indeed, MS forced the Win10 update on my machine and I had to roll it back due to massive performance degradation, I knew why but I can imagine the frustration for people not IT savvy. If iPad and tablets are so popular in general it's people don't want to be bothered with PCs
Nexusfifth

Honestly, "the best OS" is a very subjective thing. I like Windows 10 far … Honestly, "the best OS" is a very subjective thing. I like Windows 10 far more than Windows 7. Why the updates are not happening is the fact that most people don't want to bother to update something that works well and just want an "out of the box experience", an emphasis on most of course. Also with it being advertised as "free" people don't want to buy it. Honestly I find it to be the best windows so far, simply because they polished it before release, I updated/installed on about 5 PC's and it works flawlessly.Also if you have a touch enabled device it is far better than Windows 7 and simply said it is often faster and simpler to use the touch screen rather than the mouse (I have laptops in mind here).About the ads and tracking issue, you are welcome to disable everything...Also Surface has no "tablet" version of Windows but the full one as any laptop and that is far more usable than a mac in the term of available software and not even comparable to ios.




Other than Windows RT, that's totally true.
deceneu

Looks life Apple fans are brainwashed. For £600 you can get a decent … Looks life Apple fans are brainwashed. For £600 you can get a decent Surface. With IOS you ll never get the level of functionality or a windows os. Yes, it is not flawless but it has 90% of the market. But apple fans only want nice polished design



Come on dude, I'm a hardcore windows user and even I can admit that W10 makes for a god awful mobile interface. I own an ipad and it does everything I need on a mobile device, and it does it really well. Plus it's three years old and still works absolutely perfectly... Even the battery lasts well over a day! I've been using it for half an hour with the brightness down, and it hasn't even budged from 100%. Now THATS impressive!
If I need something more flexible, I use my PC, simple.
So this is actually £620 cash and you get some points that you can use to buy stuff from rakuten with..... To hardly cashback so stating its £558 for the iPad Pro is pretty misleading. It's a decent deal of the points are of use to you but most would only be interested if this was actually a £558 iPad Pro
Foley2001_uk

So this is actually £620 cash and you get some points that you can use to … So this is actually £620 cash and you get some points that you can use to buy stuff from rakuten with..... To hardly cashback so stating its £558 for the iPad Pro is pretty misleading. It's a decent deal of the points are of use to you but most would only be interested if this was actually a £558 iPad Pro



"Ipad Pro 32GB £558.00 with £124 worth of Rakuten points with code IPADS..."
Foley2001_uk

So this is actually £620 cash and you get some points that you can use to … So this is actually £620 cash and you get some points that you can use to buy stuff from rakuten with..... To hardly cashback so stating its £558 for the iPad Pro is pretty misleading. It's a decent deal of the points are of use to you but most would only be interested if this was actually a £558 iPad Pro



You've misunderstood, it's £558 cash using the code and then you get the points on top of that cheaper price too.
Foley2001_uk

So this is actually £620 cash and you get some points that you can use to … So this is actually £620 cash and you get some points that you can use to buy stuff from rakuten with..... To hardly cashback so stating its £558 for the iPad Pro is pretty misleading. It's a decent deal of the points are of use to you but most would only be interested if this was actually a £558 iPad Pro



No, you need to use the code IPADS as in the title to bring it down to £558 and then the points are on top of that.
maccy1

Heat added biddy..thought I was seeing things when I saw a deal from you … Heat added biddy..thought I was seeing things when I saw a deal from you X)



http://25.media.tumblr.com/dccc1eef7da0fbf52b297ab904948b07/tumblr_mwoifnGa8q1smzij7o1_500.gif X)
Edited by: "Biddy2" 22nd Mar 2016
I bought an iPad Pro 128gb from Pixel Electronics via Rakuten a couple of months back. I paid £725 less £25.37 Quidco (already paid out) less £145 to spend at Rakuten (14,500 points already received and spent) = £554.63 total, for an item that is £799 everywhere else. A whopping £244.37 saving.

A point to note - the device I received was brand new and sealed, but it was a Malaysia grey import. It's identical to UK stock and comes with a UK plug (the standard in Malaysia). Full 1 year international warranty with Apple. Eligible to buy AppleCare to extend warranty if required.

Pixel Electronics are themselves a UK company based somewhere down south, as I recall. They were quick to reply to emails and rushed my order as I needed it fast, without charging me extra and were very helpful. Big thumbs up!
WOW!!!!!!!!!!!
patrykzacharczuk

Anybody read reviews about Rakuten? Nightmare company, selling items when … Anybody read reviews about Rakuten? Nightmare company, selling items when have nothing in stock.



Never had a problem myself bought loads of stuff
Which pro? 9.7 inch or 12.9 inch?
rodman

Which pro? 9.7 inch or 12.9 inch?



12.9 inch. 9.7 isn't released until the end of the month.
deceneu

Looks life Apple fans are brainwashed. For £600 you can get a decent … Looks life Apple fans are brainwashed. For £600 you can get a decent Surface. With IOS you ll never get the level of functionality or a windows os. Yes, it is not flawless but it has 90% of the market. But apple fans only want nice polished design



I have SP3 for about 18 months.
Used to be a loyal apple fan, had iphone 4s, ipad mini, ipad 4, macbook pro, iMac.
sold iphone 4s, ipad mini, ipad 4 to get surface pro 3.
Still have macbook pro 17, and iMac.

Didn't really use surface pro 3 much, still mainly using my iMac.
for resell value, surface pro 3 is rubbish, comparing with ipad pro.
ipad pro at this price, you can practically use it for free for a year.
been looking for ipad pro for a while as my battery on my old ipad 3 is done. £663 with voucher IPADS applied, then 145 worth of points to spend and £20 odd quid from topcashback brings this to just under £500 if rakuten points taken into consideration. When sold on apple for £799 how can this not be smoking hot.
qwerta369

I bought an iPad Pro 128gb from Pixel Electronics via Rakuten a couple of … I bought an iPad Pro 128gb from Pixel Electronics via Rakuten a couple of months back. I paid £725 less £25.37 Quidco (already paid out) less £145 to spend at Rakuten (14,500 points already received and spent) = £554.63 total, for an item that is £799 everywhere else. A whopping £244.37 saving.A point to note - the device I received was brand new and sealed, but it was a Malaysia grey import. It's identical to UK stock and comes with a UK plug (the standard in Malaysia). Full 1 year international warranty with Apple. Eligible to buy AppleCare to extend warranty if required.Pixel Electronics are themselves a UK company based somewhere down south, as I recall. They were quick to reply to emails and rushed my order as I needed it fast, without charging me extra and were very helpful. Big thumbs up!


You did not saved "A whopping £244.37 saving". You saved just £25.37 Quidco . The £145 is extra, meaning you paid out £725, saved £25 for £725+£145= £870 worth of goods i.e. 17% discount (£145/£870). Don't know where you got the £799 , Apple stores sells £719 for 128GB model, check for yourself now again.
splender

You did not saved "A whopping £244.37 saving". You saved just £25.37 Q … You did not saved "A whopping £244.37 saving". You saved just £25.37 Quidco . The £145 is extra, meaning you paid out £725, saved £25 for £725+£145= £870 worth of goods i.e. 17% discount (£145/£870). Don't know where you got the £799 , Apple stores sells £719 for 128GB model, check for yourself now again.


Your maths is nearly as bad as your English. The item was £725. That's how much I paid. I then got £25.37 back as Quidco and £145 back as credit to spend at Rakuten. 725-25.37-145=554.63. 799-554.63=244.37. Sorry if it's confusing.
qwerta369

Your maths is nearly as bad as your English. The item was £725. That's … Your maths is nearly as bad as your English. The item was £725. That's how much I paid. I then got £25.37 back as Quidco and £145 back as credit to spend at Rakuten. 725-25.37-145=554.63. 799-554.63=244.37. Sorry if it's confusing.


You typed, "Your maths is nearly as bad as your English. The item was £725. That's how much I paid. I then got £25.37 back as Quidco", so you just saved £25.
splender

You did not saved "A whopping £244.37 saving". You saved just £25.37 Q … You did not saved "A whopping £244.37 saving". You saved just £25.37 Quidco . The £145 is extra, meaning you paid out £725, saved £25 for £725+£145= £870 worth of goods i.e. 17% discount (£145/£870). Don't know where you got the £799 , Apple stores sells £719 for 128GB model, check for yourself now again.



Splender... Apple are selling it for £799...
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