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£50 cash back @ very on iPads when choosing buy now pay 12 months later
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£50 cash back @ very on iPads when choosing buy now pay 12 months later

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Posted 24th Oct

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Enter code PEH7A when buying an iPad on bnpl 12 months. Latest iPad £349, £50 off credited in December.

Ends 31st October

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Currently using the iPad 2017, but I need the iPad mini 5 in my life. Tempted to sell and then purchase the mini.
Even with discount it is expensive. Can get one on Gumtree a lot cheaper.
Rimi24/10/2019 15:44

Even with discount it is expensive. Can get one on Gumtree a lot cheaper.


what a comment!
excellent purchased for my sons birthday, thanks op
Rimi24/10/2019 15:44

Even with discount it is expensive. Can get one on Gumtree a lot cheaper.


Try and catch up bright boy.
Rimi24/10/2019 15:44

Even with discount it is expensive. Can get one on Gumtree a lot cheaper.

Rimi24/10/2019 15:44

Even with discount it is expensive. Can get one on Gumtree a lot cheaper.




Rimi24/10/2019 15:44

Even with discount it is expensive. Can get one on Gumtree a lot cheaper.


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What’s the delayed payment period? Is that the entire 12 month period? As in if I pay before the 12 months there’ll be no interest?
Edited by: "GloriousEuropa" 25th Oct
GloriousEuropa25/10/2019 06:19

What’s the delayed payment period? Is that the entire 12 month period? A …What’s the delayed payment period? Is that the entire 12 month period? As in if I pay before the 12 months there’ll be no interest?


Exactly
jco8325/10/2019 06:26

Exactly


Jesus, that was a quick reply.

So hang on, I can order it, get £50 cash back at some point, and then on the last day of the 12th month I can pay it all and be all see ya, and avoid any interest?
GloriousEuropa25/10/2019 06:27

Jesus, that was a quick reply.So hang on, I can order it, get £50 cash …Jesus, that was a quick reply.So hang on, I can order it, get £50 cash back at some point, and then on the last day of the 12th month I can pay it all and be all see ya, and avoid any interest?


The £50 will be credited to your Very account in December, then yes you could pay nothing until the last day of the 12 months BNPL (careful you don't leave it til later!)
jco8325/10/2019 06:30

The £50 will be credited to your Very account in December, then yes you …The £50 will be credited to your Very account in December, then yes you could pay nothing until the last day of the 12 months BNPL (careful you don't leave it til later!)


And all the monthly interested calculated along the way just goes *poof*?

And with that £50, can I withdraw it or must it be spent at Very?
GloriousEuropa25/10/2019 06:31

And all the monthly interested calculated along the way just goes …And all the monthly interested calculated along the way just goes *poof*?And with that £50, can I withdraw it or must it be spent at Very?


Verys 'Buy Now Pay Later' periods are 0%. The £50 is back to your Very credit account. So you will owe £50 less. If you pay off your balance before you get the credit, then your balance would become -£50, which if left unspent would eventually be paid back to you by cheque but that takes a while IME.
jco8325/10/2019 06:39

Verys 'Buy Now Pay Later' periods are 0%. The £50 is back to your Very …Verys 'Buy Now Pay Later' periods are 0%. The £50 is back to your Very credit account. So you will owe £50 less. If you pay off your balance before you get the credit, then your balance would become -£50, which if left unspent would eventually be paid back to you by cheque but that takes a while IME.


So wait for the £50 before paying the full price of the iPad off? haha
I'm sure when I did this before I put it on the credit account then paid it off in full by credit card it takes the total amount but then credits £50 back to the credit card.
Anyone know if it's 1 or 2 years guarantee?
I've clicked through using the link provided but I can't see anywhere it says about the £50 credit. Any ideas if it's still on?
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