Panasonic TX-58EX700B 58 inch, 4K Ultra HD Certified HDR, £775.99 using BNPL code @ Very (Read Description)
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Panasonic TX-58EX700B 58 inch, 4K Ultra HD Certified HDR, £775.99 using BNPL code @ Very (Read Description)

£775.99Very Deals
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Found 7th Nov
I know it's VERY, and people gonna hate, but this is actually a REALLY good price from them!

TV is pretty much £869 everywhere including Very.
But if you use Buy now pay later 12 months you get £100 refunded to your account using code MCDV3
Bringing it down to £769 + the £6.99 delivery charge = £775.99




Code info:
  • 1. £100 back on TV's £500+ ordered on 12 months Buy Now Pay Later.
  • 2. By entering MCDV3 in the promo code box at checkout your item will be put on 12 months Buy Now Pay Later automatically. We'll then credit £100 back back to your account by 14th December 2017 or the dispatch date, whichever is later. We'll email you when we have applied the credit to your account.

6 Comments

Im tentative to use buy now pay later with Very after they didnt pay out on a load of xbox one S deals after it came out it took me over ten phone calls and they still didnt pay out (even though they advised me earlier they would) Fingers crossed for anyone that goes with this that they do for you.

the service and returns works well.
the implementation of Codes, the detail that explains eligibility and the 'phone Helpline( although staff try to be helpful they are hindered by the first two) are poor.
Very codes are like a £000's gambling machine put your money in the slot and see what comes out.
oooo the excitement... oooo the uncertainty
win?... loose?
or pay extra and get a 5 year warranty at richer or john lewis?
a promise of money is like real money. if 1000 people a week promise money but all that happens is goods are sent out and returned, the promise of money remains good, if we assume those 1000 people promise to pay £100 each, 100 X 1000 = £100,000pw X 52 weeks in a year, even if you never sell a product your business is turning over £5 million a year.
the modern economy.
if we all agreed to send each other £100pw we could all be millionaires.
Edited by: "psychoid" 7th Nov

I've had Very for 6 years and have bought two laptops and two consoles with discounts. I had to email them to get the discount on the laptop because they didn't put me on BNPL although I selected it. Apart from this I haven't had any problems. I'm really tempted on this as they've sent me another 20% off code and mixed with this it brings the tv down to £595.

when you add the code to your basket it shows the cashback that will be applied in the basket, if it does not show you wont get it, i use codes all time and never had a problem the money is credited in a few minutes

deanos19 h, 27 m ago

when you add the code to your basket it shows the cashback that will be …when you add the code to your basket it shows the cashback that will be applied in the basket, if it does not show you wont get it, i use codes all time and never had a problem the money is credited in a few minutes



imagine you see advert for a major high street store that says, inform the assistant of this code and £100 will be deducted from the price. Excitedly you arrive at the store tell the assistant the code number and the assistant says " no, not you".
why not me? you say.
the assistant says " i don't have to tell you why. just not you"
alternatively the assistant says "pay up front in full and then i'll see if you can get the £100 back".
but that's not what the advert says, you say.
" so what?" says the assistant " it's not false advertising is it!"

Can someone explain what the difference between this & a £1000 plus 60" sized TV is.
Thanks.
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