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How to use O2 priority voucher for Currys 50off with 500

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I have get a series of numbers which is regarded as voucher for currys from O2 priority. But I am not sure how to use it. I tried to type it into promotional code box, but it can't recognize it. Any o…
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2y, 2m agoPosted 2 years, 2 months ago
I have get a series of numbers which is regarded as voucher for currys from O2 priority. But I am not sure how to use it. I tried to type it into promotional code box, but it can't recognize it. Any one ever use it, please tell me.

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2y, 2m agoPosted 2 years, 2 months ago
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#1
Is it instore only?
#2
Yup, in store only.
#3
Do I need to print it off, or just show the number I have?
#4
my son used one last year, pretty sure he just showed them the code, he definitely didn't print it off as I don't have a printer!
#5
Probably safest if you can print. Imagine they ought to be able to do it without but I haven't tried.
#6
Just show the code on your mobile.
#7
i have used priority codes a few time. in the cinema this week even. just show the phone's screen with the code on it to the cashier.
#8
Thanks very much, mates.
#9
You can only use the code against products to buy in store. I wanted to buy a tumble dryer, but because they had to order from the manufacturer they said I couldn't use the code. Even had the manager said, no way ;-(
#10
Ignore my comment about printing, I was thinking of something else, sorry. I think it's part of the terms that you HAVE to show the code on your phone but I usually write the code down as I often end up losing signal and that's been ok so far.

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