Discussion in 'General Forum' started by Livvie, Oct 15, 2010.
The United one was probably past the sell-by date. Tabloid rubbish.
City paying above market prices again, £6.00 for a Tesco cake?!
That'd be funny of true but the price tags look like they are for two completely different products.
That's true actually, not that I can read the font, but the labels look different. Also, isn't 'Price Drop' used for a permanent drop rather than an offer? So unless they're going to sell United cakes for £1 forever, it's unlikely this is true.
EDIT: Deal finished
De Gea would have got it for free.
You sly motherfucker.
I tried that cheapest I could get it was £10.05 , but still very cheap
Yeah I had the first two codes in the wrong order, that's probably why. Edited now
Thanks, Olly. Been after an ext.hard drive
FUCK OFF!! I just spent £37 on that exact printer, from Tescos.
Unlucky Why not buy this one, and then when it arrives take the one from Tesco back?
EDIT: Maybe not, their website seems to be dead
How long are those codes valid for?
No idea. They seem to have taken some items offline though, I guess they got thousands more orders than they usually do I wouldn't be surprised if they disabled some of them soon, or limited it to one code per order.
The IV3119 one on the printer is saying it expired yesterday?
I used it this morning for the external hard drive though.
where did you get those deals from Olly?
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I liked the price so much, I bought two.
Doc, no one buys toshiba anymore.
way to tell me now. Still I'm satisfied. I play old games and post on the caf.
Ive had four laptops - two Toshiba, HP and Asus.
Toshiba wins every time.
BTW, can those (or a mod) that quoted my posts about the printer and the hard drive deals please edit the quote out? Just because part of that promotion was only supposed to be posted on one site apparently, and the guy who began spreading it is a little worried
You owe me.
If you are the gaming kind Toshiba is the last machine you go to. If not, Toshiba works well for the elderly .
Well it depends on the kinds of games you want to play. To be fair, Toshiba and pretty much any other brand are "just fine" for most people. I probably wouldn't buy one for myself, but I wouldn't discourage a casual user from getting one.
Since I game a lot, I prefer custom built desktops and since I couldn't bring mine from India I'm looking for custom built laptops. Are Stealthmachines any good jv?
Maybe not the thread for it, but I'm looking at laptops too and it seems like most of the custom build manufacturers have decent ratings but horrific customer service stories when it comes to laptops. If you're one of the 80% of people that manage to get one without any problems, you'll probably be very happy. If you're not you'll probably have a hard time even reaching customer service.
And if you think about it, that kind of makes sense. They're trying to stay in business while offering very high quality components at very competitive prices without the economy of scale that big time manufacturers like Dell and HP have. They have to cut costs somewhere.
That'll be it then.
I play games on my PS3.
Sainsbury's have started doing corn beef & pickle sandwiches.
Not particularly good value, but very satisfactory...
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Waitrose is giving £15 off your first online order if you spend £75.
So that's Tesco and Waitrose I've done now.
£75 fucking quid! Bargain.
Don't miss out on this recession buster.
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This is increasingly common in the UK and the Guardian have been pointing out the spasticity of supermarket workers/head offices around pricing for a while now.
The daftest in-store deals
Half price TomTom XL IQ
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It actually said this weekend only but it is still being advertised & there are loads left. I might have to raid my piggy bank for this one as to get a new map for my current one will cost about £60 anyway.
£20 off £60 spend on your first order using voucher code @ Ocado - HotUKDeals
£20 off a £60 shop for 1st timers at Ocado (it's basically Waitrose).
Just tried it and it didn't work for me. ***
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I just did it through Quidco and got £20 off £80, plus you get £7.50 cashback. Job's a good'un.
Tesco are doing 1l bottles of Baileys for £9.95 (Half price). I bought a couple for christmas presents Cracking deal.
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