MOST APPLE APPLECARE NOW HALF PRICE iMac £69.97, Pro 13" £99.97, iPad £34.97  CURRYS ONLINE & INSTORE
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MOST APPLE APPLECARE NOW HALF PRICE iMac £69.97, Pro 13" £99.97, iPad £34.97 CURRYS ONLINE & INSTORE

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Found 10th Feb 2012
The deal is Applecare at Half price,not many stores with stock but its still available online go get it whilst you can!!
Link is FOR IMACS PURCHASED IN LAST 12 MONTHS

Also half price Apple care (extended warranty) for
mac Pro 15" and 17" £139.97

currys.co.uk/gbu…tml

Mac book and Mac book pro 13" £99.97

currys.co.uk/gbu…tml

Ipad £34.97

currys.co.uk/gbu…tml?intcmpid=display~RR~Computing~07031912

Mac mini
currys.co.uk/gbu…tml

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If you've purchased AppleCare recently from Apple, they may offer you a price match refund.
I rang 0800 048 0408, told them I was annoyed that I had only just purchased this from them and its now £60+ cheaper at Currys. They checked the link and agreed to refund £60 as a one of, I paid £195 on the 7th of Feb for 15" protection. Hope that helps.
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- discowill

FOR iMAC ONLY
- DudeyGeeza

and iPad, if there's any left
- DudeyGeeza

155 Comments

How does this work - must you purchase before expiry of the 1yr warranty or can you purchase at any time?

OP, you should probably specify that this is Applecare for iMac only.

Thanks for pointing that out roof30, nearly made a mistake

spartacus101

How does this work - must you purchase before expiry of the 1yr warranty … How does this work - must you purchase before expiry of the 1yr warranty or can you purchase at any time?



As I understand it, you can purchase at any time, but the extension of your warranty only begins when your original one runs out!

So you couldn't buy for a 2 year old Mac and expect a fresh 3 years from the date of the purchase of apple care!

I just saw on the Curry's website:

3 Year extended service agreement for Apple iMac (from original purchase date)

You must purchase this before the end of your 1yr guarantee from purchase date of your iMac. You must also apply this before that same expiry date. You may be allowed a few days leeway to apply it after the expiry date if you can prove that you bought the Applecare before that date - that means a valid purchase invoice and not via eBay, paypal transaction receipt etc and you will have to contact Apple to be allowed to do so.

This price is better than eBay at the moment.

No Macbook Air love?

So between ben1979 and spraint who is correct?

I bought an iMac in December 2010 and would buy this if I was covered from date of purchase but if it can only be applied in the first 12 months then no point for me.

Nontheless... hot deal.

Great price. Ordered for delivery as none near me.

Shouldnt really need to buy it but peace of mind is better than complaining when/if it breaks down.

Just clarified things with Apple and they told me that like spraint says, it does have to be applied within the first 12 months after purchase. So no good for me but a great deal if you are able to use it.

Also I didn't mean to imply that ben 1979 was "wrong"... that is what it says on the Currys web site which is slightly misleading.

Dear Mr Echo

So between ben1979 and spraint who is correct?I bought an iMac in … So between ben1979 and spraint who is correct?I bought an iMac in December 2010 and would buy this if I was covered from date of purchase but if it can only be applied in the first 12 months then no point for me.Nontheless... hot deal.



I'm right - it is all there in the Applecare terms and conditions. If your iMac is more than 12 months old, then you are out of luck.

For the record, the age of your iMac is calculated either from the date on your iMac purchase invoice or from one month after the release of your particular model if you do not have a purchase invoice registered on Apple's website.

less than £100 for MBP?!?

spraint

Go to the apple store and beg...I'm right - it is all there in the … Go to the apple store and beg...I'm right - it is all there in the Applecare terms and conditions. If your iMac is more than 12 months old, then you are out of luck.For the record, the age of your iMac is calculated either from the date on your iMac purchase invoice or from one month after the release of your particular model if you do not have a purchase invoice registered on Apple's website.


thanks op..this is a steal..they have the same offers on pc world and i just bought a plan for 13 inch macbook pro for £99.97...i was going to buy it for £150 from another retailer and i thought that was a good price

I thought this will be scorching hot...Am I missing something?

asondh1

No Macbook Air love?


Should be covered under the insurance of your local Starbucks

Great deal for this kind of warranty!

Just got the iPad Apple Care for £35. Its a steal IMO, thanks OP. why is this not hotter?

can you buy the ipad apple care, then register it with ipad 3 when it comes out?

Just paid £195 with student discount from Apple direct. Annoying!

Great timing. One of my friends iPad's is coming up to a year old. He was not sure about spending another £69 to extend the warranty but I think he will go for it at half the price.

asondh1

No Macbook Air love?



Doesnt the £99 13" Macbook and Macbook Pro Applecare cover the Macbook Air?

Does anyone know if thats correct?

Thanks, getting an iPad one for the iPad 3 next month.

Don't these things have warranties anyway......

Brilliant thanks - hope they honour it!

i need one of these for my iphone , best and cheapest place to get one anyone ?

Paid £38 off eBay for my iPad applecare, so this is HOT!

sam1970

I thought this will be scorching hot...Am I missing something?



Presumably people really don't like spending lots of money for something that really should be included for free regardless, not by law as such but by the "spirit of the law" (as I interpret it). Goods must last for a "reasonable" amount of time. While I'm sure you'd have a hard time arguing that £299 Acer laptop should easily last 3 years, a "top of the range" £1k+ PC from Apple being expected to last 3 years really doesn't sound unreasonable in my mind?

(Note: I didn't vote it cold because of this, just didn't vote it hot).
Edited by: "callum9999" 15th Feb 2012

Excellent. Was going to buy in the summer for MBP at £285. Saved me £140+. Thank you very much OP!!

What timing, was just looking for a couple of these. Thanks rexdare

If you've purchased AppleCare recently from Apple, they may offer you a price match refund.
I rang 0800 048 0408, told them I was annoyed that I had only just purchased this from them and its now £60+ cheaper at Currys. They checked the link and agreed to refund £60 as a one of, I paid £195 on the 7th of Feb.

krishna18388

Doesnt the £99 13" Macbook and Macbook Pro Applecare cover the Macbook … Doesnt the £99 13" Macbook and Macbook Pro Applecare cover the Macbook Air?Does anyone know if thats correct?




Yes the £199 Applecare for Macbook and Macbook Pro does include Macbook Air

Heat added, my Ipad is coming upto a year old and this is just in time. Bargain.

link for Applecare for iMac is gone??

Just received an e-mail from Apple offering exact product for my iPad and was just about to pay full price.

Thanks for saving me some money ;-)

Thanks, went for the ipad one

htc_touch_pro

can you buy the ipad apple care, then register it with ipad 3 when it … can you buy the ipad apple care, then register it with ipad 3 when it comes out?



That's what I've done, AppleCare will work for any generation of that device that's still has AppleCare. So unless Apple renames the iPad and release it as a new device, I think we're pretty safe.

On the apple website, the Macbook Air and 13" Macbook Pro Applecare is the same product.

Applecare

You can check your eligibility here:

Check Your Service and Support Coverage

AppleCare extends the standard one year warranty by two more years (one for iPhones, iPods and iPads). Although you can buy it right up to the last day of the first year it can be worth buying sooner as it also gives you free telephone support for all of those three/two years (normally only first 90 days).


Edited by: "rogerh" 15th Feb 2012

got ipad one cheers

Where's the link for AppleCare for iMac?

Not sure if its edited out of the post since the direct link doesn't work...

Currys website isn't bringing the item details so possible that the iMac one has sold out... :-(

Banned

Does this cover accidental damage or is this just like an extended warranty?
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