16% off Omega Seamaster Co-axial £1,562 @ Goldsmiths - HotUKDeals
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Just noticed on Quidco that most of the High Street jewellers are offering some pretty large cashback discounts for online transactions. Goldsmiths appear to have the largest online range of luxury watches of them all, with Breitling, Tag Heuer and Omega available to purchase through their website.
Yes these watches are expensive and I am not going to justify 'its just a watch', however those of you who have researched buying one will know you are doing well to get 5% off in a retail store if you are lucky!
Goldsmiths also have an interest free 36 month finance offer online too although I do not know if this will work with quidco as well.
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#1
Or collect Tesco vouchers and exchange them for Goldsmiths vouchers.

That way you get the Omega Seamaster Co-Axial for £465 of Tesco vouchers or a saving of 75%. Just got my second one on Monday:-D
#2
pluves1
Or collect Tesco vouchers and exchange them for Goldsmiths vouchers.

That way you get the Omega Seamaster Co-Axial for £465 of Tesco vouchers or a saving of 75%. Just got my second one on Monday:-D


Is this for real? Can you ellaborate?
#3
That is a shed load of Tesco vouchers, I only get £16-£18 a quarter...!
#4
nordberg
Is this for real? Can you ellaborate?


He is right, Goldsmiths are one of the reward partners who in effect offer you 4 times the value of your Tesco vouchers against purchases over £200. So if you have enough of them you get free bling!
#5
cordenm
He is right, Goldsmiths are one of the reward partners who in effect offer you 4 times the value of your Tesco vouchers against purchases over £200. So if you have enough of them you get free bling!
#6
pluves1
Or collect Tesco vouchers and exchange them for Goldsmiths vouchers.

That way you get the Omega Seamaster Co-Axial for £465 of Tesco vouchers or a saving of 75%. Just got my second one on Monday:-D


That's some serious Tesco shopping! Nice one :thumbsup:
#7
mmm, is it worth ordering a spare in case I lose mine?
#8
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#9
Is this the bond watch your referring to? lacking in description :whistling:
#10
jasont87
Is this the bond watch your referring to? lacking in description :whistling:


It is.
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nordberg
Is this for real? Can you ellaborate?


As others have said you can collect your Tesco clubcard points and receive Tesco vouchers every quarter (or sooner). You could simply spend the voucher instore at Tesco at face value or sometimes they run offers for say clothing where your £10 is say worth £20.

However, since they introduced Goldsmiths to their partners I have collected my vouchers over the years to get this reward deal

http://www.tesco.com/clubcard/deals/product.aspx?R=181&bci=4294964775|Indulgence

Granted it takes time but, it's great to be able to walk into Goldsmiths and order a nice watch and then hand over your Tesco 'tokens' for £1860 that you got by exchanging £465 of Tesco Reward Vouchers:-D

There are some important restrictions though. Firstly you have to send off your Tesco reward vouchers back to Tesco and exchange them for Tokens. The name on the Clubcard vouchers is printed on the Tokens so only that person is supposed to use them. Once you exchange the tokens have to be spent within a definded period (usually 6 months). In addition the Goldsmiths purchase must come to over £200 and you can't normally use your tokens on stuff which has already been reduced.

I think its one of the best partner rewards out there and will probably save for a third watch. I'm not sure how Tesco/Goldsmiths make money on this and therefore I'm taking full advantage whilst it's available:-D
#12
jasont87
Is this the bond watch your referring to? lacking in description :whistling:




http://www.goldsmiths.co.uk/product.asp?cid=1&pid=3190&cm_sp=Watches+Landing+Page-_-We+Recc-_-17330257

Note that the above model is the Co-Axial which doesn't require a battery.

This model is a lot cheaper but is quartz so requires a battery and could be yours for £290 of Tesco vouchers

http://www.goldsmiths.co.uk/product.asp?cid=1&pid=3613
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Bloke
That's some serious Tesco shopping! Nice one :thumbsup:


Not all Tesco shopping. Get a Tesco credit card and earn even more points.:roll:

Everything (and I mean everything - within reason) is paid for on my Tesco credit card. Even put my last car purchase on it to get me points:-D
#14
That really is a great deal - but aint gonna last! Main downside is having to shop at Tesco and use their credit card. However £465 for an £1800 Omega is not to be sniffed at!
#15
so how much would you have to spend on groceries? :w00t:

16 degrees :w00t:
16% off :w00t:
#16
Quidco is not guaranteed so Hotukdeals rules don't allow it to be included in your posted price, making this post pointless.
#17
pluves1
As others have said you can collect your Tesco clubcard points and receive Tesco vouchers every quarter (or sooner). You could simply spend the voucher instore at Tesco at face value or sometimes they run offers for say clothing where your £10 is say worth £20.

However, since they introduced Goldsmiths to their partners I have collected my vouchers over the years to get this reward deal

http://www.tesco.com/clubcard/deals/product.aspx?R=181&bci=4294964775|Indulgence

Granted it takes time but, it's great to be able to walk into Goldsmiths and order a nice watch and then hand over your Tesco 'tokens' for £1860 that you got by exchanging £465 of Tesco Reward Vouchers

There are some important restrictions though. Firstly you have to send off your Tesco reward vouchers back to Tesco and exchange them for Tokens. The name on the Clubcard vouchers is printed on the Tokens so only that person is supposed to use them. Once you exchange the tokens have to be spent within a definded period (usually 6 months). In addition the Goldsmiths purchase must come to over £200 and you can't normally use your tokens on stuff which has already been reduced.

I think its one of the best partner rewards out there and will probably save for a third watch. I'm not sure how Tesco/Goldsmiths make money on this and therefore I'm taking full advantage whilst it's available




I already knew all the above but have some rep for taking the time to type and explain this to peeps and I couldn`t have done it better myself...:):thumbsup:

pluves1
Not all Tesco shopping. Get a Tesco credit card and earn even more points.:roll:

Everything (and I mean everything - within reason) is paid for on my Tesco credit card. Even put my last car purchase on it to get me points:-D


+1...... Couldn`t agree more. I just handed over £340 worth in vouchers and was impressed by the shock look on the young sales womans faces that I was buying a watch in Tesco Vouchers. If I hadn`t spent so much of my vouchers over the last couple of years on weekend breaks at McDonald and Hilton Hotels I reckon I could have had a couple of Omega`s now....;-)
#18
I only get if i'm lucky £1.50 worth of Tescos voucher each time :( - how much do you need to spend to get such a watch!!
#19
packard;7248176
I only get if i'm lucky £1.50 worth of Tescos voucher each time :( - how much do you need to spend to get such a watch!!


Good point, you probably have to spend £45k to get £450 vouchers (based on the fact that most reward cards pay 1% (or points equivalent)). :whistling:
#20
scottc
Good point, you probably have to spend £45k to get £450 vouchers (based on the fact that most reward cards pay 1% (or points equivalent)). :whistling:


No where near..........:whistling:

They are currently doing double points on everything instore at least and have been for a while now. So thats2 points for every pound. So right away that cuts your estimation by 50%.

They are always doing things like 200 clubcard points and various other amounts on certain things you buy.

Also with the Tesco Credit Card whose customer service is absolutely brilliant including fraud protection aswell as purchase protection offer a point for every £4 spent on the card.

So if i spend £100 in Tesco, and put it on my Tesco Credit Card I would earn 225 points.:thumbsup:

I put everything I spend on my Credit Card even if its a little £1 in a newsagent or something. My monthly bill is always near the £1500 mark right enough but it all adds up to points make prizes.

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