IPhone 6S 64GB £599.98 at Costco
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IPhone 6S 64GB £599.98 at Costco

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LocalFound 1st Oct 2015
Costco now have iPhone 6s in stock in stores. This was the Edinburgh store. If you already have membership and need one it's a great price. Retails at £619
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voted hot best price I've seen much better than the rip off contracts on offer with little data.Paired with a sim only deal this is the cheapest way to own a new iPhone.
Hot!
any pluses in store?
Wow £20 saving
Is it unlocked?
costco.co.uk/vie…819 £609.99 online and to answer my own question no pluses
thanks
You must have done well for an apple deal to get some heat. Usually any Apple deal goes ice cold.
No plus version wtf
costco US has 100 dollars off, and FYI, Costco membership in UK is valid there too!
kiepau

Is it unlocked?


locked to Costco
cruisecars

Wow £20 saving



Yeah, who cares about £20, lets all just pay £619.99 oO
Locked to which network?
Good deal but personally I'd still rather pay the extra £20 and buy from the Apple Store directly, I've bought our last few that way and if they go wrong they usually sort out (free of charge) any repairs upto 2 years from buying it as long as it's not due to misuse
rporteo

Good deal but personally I'd still rather pay the extra £20 and buy from … Good deal but personally I'd still rather pay the extra £20 and buy from the Apple Store directly, I've bought our last few that way and if they go wrong they usually sort out (free of charge) any repairs upto 2 years from buying it as long as it's not due to misuse



Apple did not care where I bought mine, they swapped it for a new one when I had an issue.

Costco also have a great return policy (not sure if it applies to the iPhone though)
Really is it unlocked or locks on first sim flex ?
chenzz

costco US has 100 dollars off, and FYI, Costco membership in UK is valid … costco US has 100 dollars off, and FYI, Costco membership in UK is valid there too!


Is that the case? As I thought the US membership was valid in the UK but not vice-versa.
The only place to get true sim free is from Apple. Any other retailers lock to the first sim.
p-e-t-e

Apple did not care where I bought mine, they swapped it for a new one … Apple did not care where I bought mine, they swapped it for a new one when I had an issue.Costco also have a great return policy (not sure if it applies to the iPhone though)



Or buy from Apple to get 6 year warranty under consumer law!
cruisecars

Wow £20 saving


Vote and comment on the merit of the deal - 20 quid off a brand new, just released iPhone is quite unusual so a good deal in itself, or for someone who is in the market for that phone.
Whether this is a good deal compared to Android, Xiaomi etc is a whole another story - Xiaomi with the same spec as iPhone6 Plus is 104GBP unlocked.
horstachio

The only place to get true sim free is from Apple. Any other retailers … The only place to get true sim free is from Apple. Any other retailers lock to the first sim.



Yes they do! If we were in 2008
rattla

Or buy from Apple to get 6 year warranty under consumer law!



Apparently, 6 years warranty applies only if you can prove that defect was there within reasonable period of time from the purchase/delivery - which is 6 months. My iPhone 5 just died as it is not switching on and they say that it is not under warranty any more - not even with consumer law as defect didn't exist when it was purchased.

Apparently, 6 years warranty applies only if you can prove that defect … Apparently, 6 years warranty applies only if you can prove that defect was there within reasonable period of time from the purchase/delivery - which is 6 months. My iPhone 5 just died as it is not switching on and they say that it is not under warranty any more - not even with consumer law as defect didn't exist when it was purchased.



Threaten them with Sales of Good Act. If you genuinely haven't damaged the phone yourself (and you can prove it with 3rd party evaluation) then they would have a hard time arguing that a £600 phone should only last three years. Have a look online, plenty of precedence for this sort of thing. Your statutory rights are more powerful than voluntary warranties that companies offer.

And can people stop posting unfounded lies like these:

horstachioThe only place to get true sim free is from Apple. Any other … horstachioThe only place to get true sim free is from Apple. Any other retailers lock to the first sim.


Edited by: "shrubberyuk" 2nd Oct 2015
Everyone should buy the IPhone 6 and hopefully Apple can go back to actually giving a decent upgrade. Personally i think they should have allowed the S upgrade and just waited for the 7.

Apple creativity died with Jobs.
shrubberyuk

Threaten them with Sales of Good Act. If you genuinely haven't damaged … Threaten them with Sales of Good Act. If you genuinely haven't damaged the phone yourself (and you can prove it with 3rd party evaluation) then they would have a hard time arguing that a £600 phone should only last three years. Have a look online, plenty of precedence for this sort of thing. Your statutory rights are more powerful than voluntary warranties that companies offer.



Thank you
the porter

http://www.costco.co.uk/view/p/apple-iphone-6s-64gb-sim-free-mobile-in-silver-196819 £609.99 online and to answer my own question no pluses



web stock/offers differ to instore so they may have some instore
toonarmani

web stock/offers differ to instore so they may have some instore


I doubt it if Apple don't they won't give Costco any the 6s is everywhere the plus now that's a different story
Plus available in John Lewis. Unlocked.
simplydiscount

Thank you


All the Sale of Goods/Distance Selling etc legislation has now been tidied up and encompassed in the Consumer Rights Act which came into force yesterday.Make sure you quote the correct legislation.
legislation.gov.uk/ukp…ted


Edited by: "Copperface" 2nd Oct 2015
rascalchops

Is that the case? As I thought the US membership was valid in the UK but … Is that the case? As I thought the US membership was valid in the UK but not vice-versa.



UK card allows you into US stores no problem and you can return goods to UK stores too. I purchased something from US Costco that went faulty within a couple of years. Took it back to my UK store and they gave me the full purchase price back at the current exchange rates which worked in my favour without any problem at all.
Links_Dad

Everyone should buy the IPhone 6 and hopefully Apple can go back to … Everyone should buy the IPhone 6 and hopefully Apple can go back to actually giving a decent upgrade. Personally i think they should have allowed the S upgrade and just waited for the 7. Apple creativity died with Jobs.



Jobs never had a creative bone in his body.

Try Jonathan Ive.
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deleted90968
I think the new Consumer Rights Act replaces:

•The Sale of Goods Act
•The Supply of Goods and Services Act
•Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Regulations

For purchase on or after 1st October. Anything sold before that is effectively still under the previous laws.



IPod touch = £150.00

Add a phone function = £600.00

No wonder they're loaded.
rascalchops

Is that the case? As I thought the US membership was valid in the UK but … Is that the case? As I thought the US membership was valid in the UK but not vice-versa.



any Costco card can be used in any of their stores internationally.
eslick

any Costco card can be used in any of their stores internationally.



We always use ours in America and it actually works out better to get the card here, as the US membership is now $100+
Haha It doesn't have a keyboard so won't appeal to business customers.
gabberandy

lol apple garbage



if you ever look at a android thread you never see a single post from an apple user but on every apple one there are always posts from android users. that research earlier in the year that apple users are more intelligent must be true.

There was even a hot android deal on here yesterday where the droids had to vote it hot because it was saving £20 on a refurb over a new one. most of the comments were pay the extra but the deal kept going higher, says it all really.

snapdragon

Haha It doesn't have a keyboard so won't appeal to business customers.



did you really just post that not used by business customers

Edited by: "eslick" 2nd Oct 2015
rattla

Or buy from Apple to get 6 year warranty under consumer law!



You'd probably get better warranty coverage from Costco - they are excellent for support (even better than John Lewis in my experience)
shrubberyuk

Threaten them with Sales of Good Act. If you genuinely haven't damaged … Threaten them with Sales of Good Act. If you genuinely haven't damaged the phone yourself (and you can prove it with 3rd party evaluation) then they would have a hard time arguing that a £600 phone should only last three years. Have a look online, plenty of precedence for this sort of thing. Your statutory rights are more powerful than voluntary warranties that companies offer.And can people stop posting unfounded lies like these:



simplydiscount

Thank you



the 6 year warranty is really a myth, as it becomes so complicated and expensive to prove the fault is a manufacturing one or existed at time of sale. The reality is after 2 years you are on your own, even with the new legislation, on your own because you have to get an expert at your cost to prove it and even then they will have bigger more expensive experts so you are probably on a hiding to nothing
Do people really spend £600 on those ?
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