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HP Photosmart C6180 All-in-one printer - less than £149.99?

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1d, 3w agoPosted 1 decade, 3 weeks ago
Looking for the best deal on the HP Photosmart C6180 All-in-one printer.

This was about £250 and is a bargain at £149.99 but would like to see if there are any codes better than the 5% currys has?

I've found it here so far:

John Lewis:
£149, I've tried using a £15 off voucher to see if it still works, but the telegraph one says "voucher already used" I used it before xmas for a few items.

£149.99 - 5% code of 5PCOFF = £142.49

£149.99 - Can't find any codes?

£149.99 - can't find any codes.
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1d, 3w agoPosted 1 decade, 3 weeks ago

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I had a quick look and couldn't find it any cheaper.

However, there are 2 codes for £15 off at John Lewis. You may not have used them both? (Teleg87305 & Teleg87304). There are also a number of other codes for money off at John Lewis. Check the voucher section here.

Also, when you're buying something relatively expensive, like you are, Quidco can make a real difference to the final purchase price.

Quidco gives the following cashback rates.....

John Lewis is a bit confusing. They give a varying rate, depending on the type of product purchased....

8% for electricals
5% for Audio & TV
4% for Gifts & Other

Currys 3% for online purchases

PCWorld 6% for sales 3% for collect @ Store
(There is also a 5% code for PCWorld, if you are associated with the NHS).

Comet 3.5%

I would reckon that John Lewis, with a code for at least a tenner off and then maybe 8% Quidco would be your best bet.

Hope this helps?

:pirate: CJ :pirate:

mod edit: nhs discount code removed as it is specifically for nhs employees sorry
thanks for this, teh second voucher code still works for me. thank you!
By associated with the NHS it means working for them. They can ask for proof if they want to. This is a special voucher for the NHS employees and as such, would get removed for all NHS staff if abuse occurs. Please bear that in mind.

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