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Abit IP-35 Pro Motherboard £88.07

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8y, 11m agoFound 8 years, 11 months ago
Abit IP-35 Pro, iP35 Express, S 775, PCI-E (x16), DDR2 667/800, SATA II, SATA RAID, ATX

One day only deal from Scan, Will end Mid-day tomorrow. Not for everybody but cheapest price by far anywhere for a top spec motherboard. Delivery is free if your lucky enough and subscribed for the free delivery option posted on here ( may still be available I dont know)
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8y, 11m agoFound 8 years, 11 months ago
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#1
Seems to be £116.27
#2
My free delivery offer was withdrawn yesterday (the famous i-29 code) :(:(:(
Here is the email:
"Regarding the free carriage incentive we would like to inform you of the following fair usage policy, which will now be applied with immediate effect.
Our free carriage incentive has been extremely successful, however unfortunately a small minority of customers have consistently been abusing the incentive by placing extremely small orders for 1 or 2 pounds, this is no longer feasible to offer free carriage against these orders.
Of course we do not wish to retract the offer so instead we have introduced a fair usage policy with immediate effect where we would ask for a minimum order value of £ 20.00 Ex Vat to entitle you to receive free carriage.
Please keep in mind this fair usage policy when placing further orders so we can keep this incentive live for everybody to take advantage of. Any orders placed under £ 20.00 Ex Vat will be placed on 'Hold' and you will be contacted to confirm if.
1) You would like to add the standard carriage charge to the order starting from £ 5.95 + Vat
2) Add additional items to the order
3) Cancel the order so a full refund can be processed
This fair usage policy has been in place already with 3 of the other free carriage incentives we also currently run and has been successful and received very well by our customer's.
We hope we can look forward to your future business with us.
Please feel free to contact myself directly of you have any further queries.
Regards
Carl Horan
Retail Sales
#3
I got the same email. If you read it carefully , it states free delivery is now only available for a minimum order value of £20
#4
gazab
Seems to be £116.27


Add it to your basket and you will see the price go down. Ordered 2 earlier no probs.
#5
pav
I got the same email. If you read it carefully , it states free delivery is now only available for a minimum order value of £20


To be fair that was always the terms from Scan when taking up the offer.
#6
gazab;1527307
Seems to be £116.27
You have to visit Scan/todayonly section & click on the 'BUY' link there. Free delivery is through AVForums for anything £20 & above excluding VAT.
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senukas;1527310
My free delivery offer was withdrawn yesterday (the famous i-29 code) :(:(:(

pav;1527422
I got the same email. If you read it carefully , it states free delivery is now only available for a minimum order value of £20
As jetski690 mentions, it has always been a minimum order of £20 excl VAT, but too many people seem to have abused the system - so they're now taking steps to minimise this practice & do away with the 'abusers' I'd imagine.
#7
this is always on offer and have read loads of reviews that its not very good.
#8
only giving free delivery over £20 is fair enough really and is what I thought it was anyway, better than Ebuyer or Dabs
#9
polly69
this is always on offer and have read loads of reviews that its not very good.

Can you give any links for these!
Anandtech and Xbitlabs both gave this board Editor’s choice and those are decent review sites.

I’m looking for a P35 board and this tempts me. I usually go for Gigabyte as they are great for fan control and under-volting in the BIOS; I managed a stable 1.05V in the BIOS with a recent Gigabyte board with a Q6600 which equated to only 0.976V under load. That saved 34W measured at the wall socket and made cooling it quietly very easy.
#10
polly69
this is always on offer and have read loads of reviews that its not very good.


Well with these awards I would beg to differ.
http://www2.abit.com.tw/page/uk/motherboard/motherboard_detail.php?pMODEL_NAME=IP35+Pro&fMTYPE=LGA775&pPRODINFO=Awards&fSEARCHTEXT=IP35%20Pro

From every review I've read and from owners themselves I,ve not read anything bad about this board.
#11
jetski690
To be fair that was always the terms from Scan when taking up the offer.


Oh didn't realise. My orders I have placed are above that anyway :-)
#12
Fantastic, been looking for one of these excellent boards for my new computer, just came up at the right time! Thanks.
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jetski690
...One day only deal from Scan, Will end Mid-day tomorrow...

Expired? Nope. Available indefinitely at £88.07 by dropping it straight into your basket here. :whistling:[/SIZE]

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