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Samsung S20 / S20+ / S20 Ultra - 20% Discount - Select accounts only! @ Very
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Samsung S20 / S20+ / S20 Ultra - 20% Discount - Select accounts only! @ Very

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Posted 12th FebEdited by:"bomp306"

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

I'm expecting this to go cold but for certain customers code PAQEX will take 20% off your order, works on all models, !!

Also Qualify for the free White Galaxy Buds+ worth £149:
samsung.com/uk/…der

Also get an additional £100 trade in via Samsung on your old device:
samsungtradeinoffer.co.uk

Code expires 16/02/19.

Screenshot shows S20 Ultra with pay full option selected:

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Works for me buddy. 🔥
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Edited by: "MrSwitch" 12th Feb
jaju12312/02/2020 14:58

It's true that the new battery size may not last as long in general due to …It's true that the new battery size may not last as long in general due to the hardware it has to push, however, that's why I always check endurance tests from notebookcheck.net and gsmarena to see if they genuinely do result in longer battery life before buying. Overall it's obvious from the trends in the past year or so that the bigger batteries these days (4000mah+) are genuinely lasting longer than phones ever used to.


Tell that to this guy...

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Code invalid for me
Code invalid for me
Not working for me, might be account specific
Very not listed in the extra £100 tradein page only a few retailers.
It is account specific but hopefully it may benefit others who are "Eligible".

I own a S10+ 512GB, purchased on release day with 10% discount and in store offer and free insurance. Told myself I wasn't going to upgrade this year.

Very tempted, although the trade in price of £400 is really a kick in the b@ll$. After paying over £1000 a year ago I might decide to wait / switch to another phone company who will be doing the Snapdragon 865 chip.
Gstar200612/02/2020 14:21

Very not listed in the extra £100 tradein page only a few retailers.


The first option on the list (Shop Direct) is Very:
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bomp30612/02/2020 14:23

The first option on the list (Shop Direct) is Very:[Image]



My bad. Was looking alphabetically and totally missed that
not working
Going to get colder than the North Pole, good job I don't like heat...

I'll get my coat
Have to pay by credit? :L
Works for me buddy. 🔥
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Edited by: "MrSwitch" 12th Feb
Can anyone who has had success with this elaborate any more on anything specific regarding their account? (i.e. it would appear in the screenshot above that no credit/debit cards have been allocated to the account); also does this only work for paying outright as opposed to spreading over 12 Month BNPL?
The_Fiend12/02/2020 14:40

Omgg how


It says on the homepage of VERY that the code is for first-time credit customers. Still £960 for the 128gb S20 ultra though!
MrSwitch12/02/2020 14:40

Works for me buddy. 🔥


You pulling the trigger on the Ultra then??

As explained above I'm really unsure...
Is it 10 percent or 20
jaju12312/02/2020 14:42

It says on the homepage of VERY that the code is for first-time credit …It says on the homepage of VERY that the code is for first-time credit customers. Still £960 for the 128gb S20 ultra though!


I'm moving away from samsung lol
jaju12312/02/2020 14:42

It says on the homepage of VERY that the code is for first-time credit …It says on the homepage of VERY that the code is for first-time credit customers. Still £960 for the 128gb S20 ultra though!


Na, I got it sent via letter, email, and text, and I've ordered loads from very using that same account. Admittedly not for a year or so, which is why I'm Probabky eligible
bomp30612/02/2020 14:42

You pulling the trigger on the Ultra then??As explained above I'm really …You pulling the trigger on the Ultra then??As explained above I'm really unsure...


Even with the 20% off its still too much for me to fork out.
MrSwitch12/02/2020 14:43

Na, I got it sent via letter, email, and text, and I've ordered loads from …Na, I got it sent via letter, email, and text, and I've ordered loads from very using that same account. Admittedly not for a year or so, which is why I'm Probabky eligible



Mr_Spudgun12/02/2020 14:41

Can anyone who has had success with this elaborate any more on anything …Can anyone who has had success with this elaborate any more on anything specific regarding their account? (i.e. it would appear in the screenshot above that no credit/debit cards have been allocated to the account); also does this only work for paying outright as opposed to spreading over 12 Month BNPL?


I've got the letter at home. From what I remember it said you have now paid off your PNPL so we have a 20% off code for you.

No mention of using BNPL or pay upfront.
Only used my account in December with the £50 off £100 spend.
MrSwitch12/02/2020 14:43

Na, I got it sent via letter, email, and text, and I've ordered loads from …Na, I got it sent via letter, email, and text, and I've ordered loads from very using that same account. Admittedly not for a year or so, which is why I'm Probabky eligible


Alright, I've never used them before. don't really wanna take the credit hit to apply for a credit account either for an exynos version of this phone...
Pay monthly only and you will end up paying more.
It's 10% for me, just opened a credit account. Not pulling the plug but would pay the balance off in full if I went for it - would need to be 20% for me.

That's with code PAQAX

Not eligible for PAQEX. It's an old account too.
Edited by: "DarrylJohn" 12th Feb
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DarrylJohn12/02/2020 14:45

It's 10% for me, just opened a credit account. But not pulling the plug …It's 10% for me, just opened a credit account. But not pulling the plug with only 10% off.


Facts
Need 20% off am iphone 11 thinking
jaju12312/02/2020 14:44

Alright, I've never used them before. don't really wanna take the credit …Alright, I've never used them before. don't really wanna take the credit hit to apply for a credit account either for an exynos version of this phone...


I don't want it either.... I'll wait a few months then find myself a cheap ultra.
RAGiN_CRiNZ12/02/2020 14:44

Pay monthly only and you will end up paying more.


It isn't, can pay off in total or add to a 0% credit card and pay over 27 months (Barclaycard).

On payment there is a small box on the right that says pay in full. Although they are making it as small and difficult to see as possible!!!
Edited by: "bomp306" 12th Feb
MrSwitch12/02/2020 14:46

I don't want it either.... I'll wait a few months then find myself a cheap …I don't want it either.... I'll wait a few months then find myself a cheap ultra.


Facts what a joke of a price considering apple support their product more then samsung
bomp30612/02/2020 14:46

It isn't, can pay off in total or add to a 0% credit card and pay over 27 …It isn't, can pay off in total or add to a 0% credit card and pay over 27 months (Barclaycard).On payment there is a small box on the right that says pay in full. Although they are making it as small and difficult to see as possible!!!


Correct.
MrSwitch12/02/2020 14:46

I don't want it either.... I'll wait a few months then find myself a cheap …I don't want it either.... I'll wait a few months then find myself a cheap ultra.


Looks like a pretty ultimate phone... but I cant rationalise it when the Xiaomi Mi 10 pro is probably gonna be £500 with snapdragon 865 rather than weaker exynos, a 5250mah battery and similar camera setup.
Don't think I've ever been as disappointed in a product launch (and I've watched a lot of Apple events). It looks like Samsung are going down the road of Apple by punting the same phone year after year now.

And don't get me started on that 100x Zoom, what a load of trash.
jaju12312/02/2020 14:48

Looks like a pretty ultimate phone... but I cant rationalise it when the …Looks like a pretty ultimate phone... but I cant rationalise it when the Xiaomi Mi 10 pro is probably gonna be £500 with snapdragon 865 rather than weaker exynos, a 5250mah battery and similar camera setup.


This is true, which is why the mi 10 /Pro will be my next phone.

Cameras will be better on this. They just will.
jaju12312/02/2020 14:48

Looks like a pretty ultimate phone... but I cant rationalise it when the …Looks like a pretty ultimate phone... but I cant rationalise it when the Xiaomi Mi 10 pro is probably gonna be £500 with snapdragon 865 rather than weaker exynos, a 5250mah battery and similar camera setup.


This is maybe my next direction after paying for flagship Samsung for 7 years running.

Mi10 Pro maybe later in the year??
Switchy I beg of you to find me a good iphone 11 deal dont mind paying with fee free card LOL
The_Fiend12/02/2020 14:49

Switchy I beg of you to find me a good iphone 11 deal dont mind paying …Switchy I beg of you to find me a good iphone 11 deal dont mind paying with fee free card LOL


Eglobal £579.99
Edited by: "MrSwitch" 12th Feb
MrSwitch12/02/2020 14:49

This is true, which is why the mi 10 /Pro will be my next phone.Cameras …This is true, which is why the mi 10 /Pro will be my next phone.Cameras will be better on this. They just will.


I'll await your advice, review and best price then 👌
Star-Lord12/02/2020 14:49

Don't think I've ever been as disappointed in a product launch (and I've …Don't think I've ever been as disappointed in a product launch (and I've watched a lot of Apple events). It looks like Samsung are going down the road of Apple by punting the same phone year after year now.And don't get me started on that 100x Zoom, what a load of trash.


Well, I would disagree and say that the 108mp itself is a bit of a gimmick, but it is still a 1/1.33 inch camera sensor which is over 2x as large as what they were using before (and should only really be used in 12mp mode), and the 120hz 1440p amoled screen is a genuine industry first. Finally adding proper size batteries rather than chasing thinness is also something I've been desiring for years. However, samsung is not the only one moving in these directions either...
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