Macbook air £849 / £699 with £150 back using code @ Very (buy now pay later available!)
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Macbook air £849 / £699 with £150 back using code @ Very (buy now pay later available!)

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Found 1st Mar
Very deal, £849 less £150 cash back on your account = £699.

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flipper1181 m ago

I bought one of these from Currys as a replacement for a laptop that was …I bought one of these from Currys as a replacement for a laptop that was damaged. If you have an iPhone or an iPad you will notice a definite depreciation of screen quality as these are non-retina. I have to adjust my eyes when I go from one to the other. I would be very annoyed if idve paid full whack for it. Also, you have to spend the £150 credit with Very, which can be a job in itself.


Adjust my eyes
My experience of Very has been a good one personally. Purchased an Apple iPhone 8 Plus in early December and the 20% credit was in my account by the end of December. The amount credited can be offset against the initial purchase price. I don’t see why others have so many dramas, providing you do things by the letter there really shouldn’t be any.
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I bought one of these from Currys as a replacement for a laptop that was damaged. If you have an iPhone or an iPad you will notice a definite depreciation of screen quality as these are non-retina. I have to adjust my eyes when I go from one to the other. I would be very annoyed if idve paid full whack for it. Also, you have to spend the £150 credit with Very, which can be a job in itself.
Edited by: "flipper118" 1st Mar
flipper1181 m ago

I bought one of these from Currys as a replacement for a laptop that was …I bought one of these from Currys as a replacement for a laptop that was damaged. If you have an iPhone or an iPad you will notice a definite depreciation of screen quality as these are non-retina. I have to adjust my eyes when I go from one to the other. I would be very annoyed if idve paid full whack for it. Also, you have to spend the £150 credit with Very, which can be a job in itself.


Adjust my eyes
Very as a company are not worth the pain.
Stay away from VERY terrible customer service !
Never had an issue with them personally
flipper11817 m ago

I bought one of these from Currys as a replacement for a laptop that was …I bought one of these from Currys as a replacement for a laptop that was damaged. If you have an iPhone or an iPad you will notice a definite depreciation of screen quality as these are non-retina. I have to adjust my eyes when I go from one to the other. I would be very annoyed if idve paid full whack for it. Also, you have to spend the £150 credit with Very, which can be a job in itself.


You could use the £150 to pay towards the mac
What are the chances of stacking this with a 10% off first order promo code
My experience of Very has been a good one personally. Purchased an Apple iPhone 8 Plus in early December and the 20% credit was in my account by the end of December. The amount credited can be offset against the initial purchase price. I don’t see why others have so many dramas, providing you do things by the letter there really shouldn’t be any.
SD4498 m ago

What are the chances of stacking this with a 10% off first order promo code

This can’t be used in conjunction with other offers (entering any other promo code apart from MMJQ6 in checkout will exclude you from this promotion).
martywarty1 h, 55 m ago

You could use the £150 to pay towards the mac


I didn't realise you could do this, thought you needed to buy a further £150 goods
flipper1182 h, 26 m ago

I bought one of these from Currys as a replacement for a laptop that was …I bought one of these from Currys as a replacement for a laptop that was damaged. If you have an iPhone or an iPad you will notice a definite depreciation of screen quality as these are non-retina. I have to adjust my eyes when I go from one to the other. I would be very annoyed if idve paid full whack for it. Also, you have to spend the £150 credit with Very, which can be a job in itself.


Have you ever made a BNPL order from them 1s the credit is applied to your account you contact cs and ask them to transfer it to a BNPL order of your choice SIMPLE.
Edited by: "AJ92" 1st Mar
AJ921 m ago

Have you ever made BNPL orders from them 1s the credit is applied to …Have you ever made BNPL orders from them 1s the credit is applied to your account you contact cs and ask them to transfer it to a BNPL order of your choice SIMPLE.


Im not sure that you are saying, but im sure it makes sense to you cupcake
flipper1182 m ago

Im not sure that you are saying, but im sure it makes sense to you cupcake …Im not sure that you are saying, but im sure it makes sense to you cupcake


It's probz because you haven't made a bnpl order with them.
AJ922 m ago

It's probz because you haven't made a bnpl order with them.


it was more to do with the fact that I didn't know why you were using capital letters for some words and lower case for others, if im going to be brutally frank
stephenmarkedwards2 h, 48 m ago

Never had an issue with them personally


Same here, brought several products from them on interest free or cash back and never had a problem, no company is perfect
flipper1183 h, 24 m ago

I bought one of these from Currys as a replacement for a laptop that was …I bought one of these from Currys as a replacement for a laptop that was damaged. If you have an iPhone or an iPad you will notice a definite depreciation of screen quality as these are non-retina. I have to adjust my eyes when I go from one to the other. I would be very annoyed if idve paid full whack for it. Also, you have to spend the £150 credit with Very, which can be a job in itself.


Thank you for that...I never knew the credit had to be spent with "very"...I just assumed you'd get the money back into your bank account
Have never an issue with Very.. Have used this offer 3 times buying IPhone MacBook and IPad all on 12 months interest free and cash back
The credit doesn't have to be spent with Very. I used this offer for the first time last March when buying an iPhone 7 Plus. It was £819, they then applied a credit bringing it down to £655.20. I sold this phone last week for £500 so it cost me £155 to own it for 12 months.

I bought the X last week for £999 on 12 months BNPL, they emailed me after a few days to say my credit of £99.90 will be applied on 29/3/18. I didn't open it until the credit was confirmed so I could return it if necessary - it's a great bargaining tool if they want to play funny buggers
Avoid Very like the plague, had my DD set up to take the minimum but they still managed to take a completely different amount, had to get the bank to refund in the end as Very weren't interested.

Never again...
Credit just reduces the cost of the item you are buying in the first place hence the cost being £699 with the cash back. People seem to be getting confused about this. You add a £849 item to your account and you only need to pay £699, thats it. It's not cash in your pocket instantly but makes the thing you are buying cheaper.
Edited by: "stephenmarkedwards" 2nd Mar
smmcandrew18 h, 7 m ago

My experience of Very has been a good one personally. Purchased an Apple …My experience of Very has been a good one personally. Purchased an Apple iPhone 8 Plus in early December and the 20% credit was in my account by the end of December. The amount credited can be offset against the initial purchase price. I don’t see why others have so many dramas, providing you do things by the letter there really shouldn’t be any.


This is the country of people who borrow too much from the bank and can't pay back then blame the bank, reading letters on contract is not the strong point here
Edited by: "wilc" 2nd Mar
Bought one using the same deal before Xmas. £150 credited no trouble. Just bought another and this time got an email saying credit would be applied in april so all good by me.
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