Financing a Pro Retina

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by Jason-Monolith, Jun 26, 2012.

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  1. Jason-Monolith macrumors newbie

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    Hi, this will be my first post as I'm usually a Windows kinda guy, I'll be looking into this forum a lot more when I get my Pro Retina through the mail.
    I've been basically lurking this forum for a couple of weeks now and I've decided after reading through many threads on here that the new Retina will suit my needs.
    I'm a student studying music tech (shocker I know, a music student wanting a macbook) I've got a couple of interviews lined up, one of which is pretty much guaranteed because I know the assistant manager, obviously nothing is ever set in stone.
    I really want the Retina now (capitalism has got a hold of me) and I'm looking into the best way I could get it on finance / credit, with Apple they want to charge me about 15% APR on top of the £2,000 laptop, which is another £300. Ouch!
    Which is the best way to get the laptop now and not pay the APR, I've never had a credit card but I'm in good credit.

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    I forgot to add I'm from the UK
     
  2. choffy macrumors member

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    There's the same thread going on over here. From what most people are saying, don't buy anything on credit. Wait until you have the money.
     
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