iPod Nano 8GB/16GB @ Very, £84/£99 for new customers only with code, £77/£91 after Cashback
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iPod Nano 8GB/16GB @ Very, £84/£99 for new customers only with code, £77/£91 after Cashback

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Found 1st Dec 2011
BRAND NEW.
if you are a new customer to very use code 22AYH to get £30 off, you need to set up a credit account to use this however after the order just pay the outstanding balance online straight away. Very also give 6% cashback with Quidco/Topcashback for new customers

For 8gb
£114 - £30 from code, and £6.84 cashback = £77.16 collected, £81.11 Delivered

For 16gb
£129 - £30 from code, and £7.74 cashback = £91.26 collected, £95.21 delivered

Cheaper than anywhere else and refurbished prices, unfortunately new customers only. if you are already a customer perhaps get your spouse etc to create an account.

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I've got a good credit history and they refused me. I've found through my research that they do this when you use a high value first-spend discount amount, - such as the recent £25 voucher they were doing - against a relatively low priced item. Unless you're only taking that £30 discount against a £1000 item, they will probably refuse you.

Unless you want to take that risk with your credit rating, I wouldn't bother touching with a mile-long stick.

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BustaLinx

I've got a good credit history and they refused me. I've found through my … I've got a good credit history and they refused me. I've found through my research that they do this when you use a high value first-spend discount amount, - such as the recent £25 voucher they were doing - against a relatively low priced item. Unless you're only taking that £30 discount against a £1000 item, they will probably refuse you.Unless you want to take that risk with your credit rating, I wouldn't bother touching with a mile-long stick.



The code is for £30 of a £60 spend, not hundreds or thousands

What you say doesn't make sense, if I remember right they credit check and accept your before you apple the code.

both me and my mum had no problems ordering apple tv, and an ipod nano using these codes-my mum only works part time and doesn't have a high salary As did my girlfriend who has much on credit cards etc. Every case is different but perhaps you were one of the unlucky ones.


At christmas time when family have a lot of outlay and are looking to get these for the kids etc this is probably the cheapest and easy way. is it worth paying £35ish more for each model from Apple etc
Edited by: "davidmaiden18183" 1st Dec 2011

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It's a shame this has gone cold, a few might not like very but I have hand no problems, likewise a credit agreement isnt an issue with me, its no different to buying from next or having a debenhams store card.

and the price is the best anyone can get it new by some way.
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