Apple UK Online Store Promoting Limited Time 0% Interest Offer, Minimum Spend £399

Apple is promoting a limited time financing offer on its UK online store that allows customers to buy an Apple product and pay it back over 12 months without being charged any interest.

A minimum spend of £399 (or £99 via PayPal Credit) is required to qualify for the deal, which covers most products including MacBooks, iPads, and iPhones, although some Apple Watch 2 models are not eligible.


As an example, customers can pick up a new 13-inch MacBook Pro sans Touch Bar and pay back the cost at £120.75 per month, while a 32GB iPhone 7 Plus can be had for £59.92 per month.

Customers must choose "Financing" at the online checkout, where 0% finance options are limited to PayPal Credit and Barclays, although the offer is subject to status and is not guaranteed to be accepted. The offer ends on March 14, 2017.

Apple's Australian online store is offering a similar 0% finance deal on purchases between AU$150 and AU$299 (paid over 6 months) or over AU$300 (12 months), made before March 31.

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3 weeks ago
I genuinely think sales aren't too hot in the UK at the moment. Apple's version of a 'deal' only lasting for one week is insulting, however.
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3 weeks ago
Products way overpriced so £50 a month is a trick of the mind.
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3 weeks ago

You'll need a loan with Apple's new UK pricing...

Thanks, Brexit!


*sigh* Go back to school and learn whats going on.
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3 weeks ago
How about I pay for it all upfront and instead get a discount, say 3%?

I tried this at a well known furniture store who were offering 4 years interest free. The staff seemed utterly bemused by the whole concept...
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3 weeks ago
You'll need a loan with Apple's new UK pricing...

Thanks, Brexit!
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3 weeks ago

Not quite 18%, but even still, a falling currency is good thing depending on how you look at it. It is not a free fall, and it is relatively stable. Yea, it sucks for importing things, especially if the UK is import heavy(idk if it is).

But, for many other things, it is good. Exports increase, employment increases, foreign money could increase.

So, if you want to by stuff from Apple, yeah it is gonna hurt, but there are always upsides to falling currency.



It is
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3 weeks ago
The UK customer need second mortgages the way exchange rates are going. All apps went up 25% not long ago.
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3 weeks ago

Yea, it sucks for importing things, especially if the UK is import heavy(idk if it is).

It is and everything seems to be going up in price. :(
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3 weeks ago
0% is just another tool to maintain debt-fueled economies.
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3 weeks ago
For visitors outside of the UK most of you will be lucky enough to take advantage of our weaker currency.

I'm in Retail and have noticed price increases on a wide range of products and some have not only gone up in price they are now smaller too...
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