When you’re shopping for a new PC, you might be tempted to look for an entry-level model or even a more expensive model.

But there are some important caveats that should be taken into account when deciding whether you should consider a military discount.

Firstly, the military discounts are only available to UK residents.

There’s no way of knowing if the deal will be good or bad for other parts of the world, so make sure you know what you’re buying.

Secondly, the discounts are based on the price of the base model rather than the price to upgrade.

If you’re looking for a cheaper option, you’re going to have to make sure that the base is up to the job.

If that’s not the case, the discount might be a bit of a waste of money.

There are, however, a couple of other things to take into account before deciding whether to consider the military discounted version of a PC.

First, the deal is only available for a limited time.

If it doesn’t sell out in time, you can still get a discount, but only on the base version of the machine.

Secondly: if you’re using an external hard drive, it’ll be much cheaper to buy a new one than to buy an old one.

If, for example, you need to buy some storage space on your hard drive for a PC, it’s a great deal to do it through an external drive.

Thirdly: the discount is based on a monthly fee rather than a monthly price.

It’s likely that the price will vary depending on the region of the country where you live.

So make sure to ask your local IT supplier to see what they’re charging before you commit to buying.

This is the first time we’ve had this deal and we’re still waiting to see the details.

There have been plenty of leaks from other PC manufacturers, so it’s not as if it’s going to be a one-off.

If this deal does sell out, however – and we’d expect it to do so soon – we’d recommend that you use your local retailer’s discount code to save even more money.