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loads of different clothes starting from £4.00 at Argos

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there's loads of different stuff on there starting from £4...worth a look...lots of sizes still in stock on most items
bevalor Avatar3d, 17h agoFound 3 days, 17 hours ago6 Comments
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The jumpsuit showed as £5 at first but only £3.60 in the basket :)

Edited By: Gannet on Jan 17, 2017 00:47: typo
No men's stuff :(
Madam786
got the denim shirt and it's well worth it for £4. it's soft denim. also the jumpsuit for £5


​ohhhhh.....shirt.....lol :|
ok I'm convinced gonna order the skirt as well ;)
got the denim shirt and it's well worth it for £4. it's soft denim. also the jumpsuit for £5
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Large ottoman half price £19.99 @ Argos

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Kids broke my one so when I was looking for a new one I found this large ottoman which says it's fully assembled and half price, was £39.99.
kerryhuk7 Avatar4d, 2h agoFound 4 days, 2 hours ago4 Comments
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Doesn't seem much different from the ones in the Wilkos sale at £14 each. - available in grey linen effect / cream linen and dark brown faux leather.
isn't that the name of the guy from pointless? ;)
isn't that the name of the guy from pointless? ;)
doesnt seem large
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Peppa Pig Weebles and Vehicle Value Playset (car, train & 3 weebles) £12.99 @ Argos

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Down from £19.99. Seems like really good value, includes the wobbily train, car and 3 weebles. The car or train set on its own costs more than this at Amazon.
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Just picked one up thank you
Great deal, heat added.
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Half Shell Heros Tri-Scooter £7.99 argos

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Scooter for kids cheapest Av seen at 7£.99
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I should clarify lethal.
All the weight of the child is on the front wheel and they lean forward when pushing. If you hit a small hole or pebble, the child is flipped forward with ease and faceplants the pavement.
Even if not hitting anything it's unstable, and the child can wobble which means they fall sideways past the handlebars which has the potential to flip them off a pavement for example.
These also have turning handle bars, which the child has their weight on. So if they wobble they inevitably turn the handlebars sharply as they put their weight on one side, which flips them off.

You might say "my child isn't stupid", but the handlebars are low meaning it's meant for a very small toddler (max age 3) who generally don't have the skills needed to handle a small wobbly scooter like this. Anything taller and they're top heavy over the handlebars, so fall off easily.
These are awful generic scooters, and lethal.
We got one as a present, it went to the tip.
Although expensive invest in something with two front wheels. Top of the range is Micro-Scooter but worth every penny.
Scooters with 2 wheels at the back are practically useless as they constantly hit the kid's back foot. I wouldn't recommend one.
Thanks reserved
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Nintendo Switch Games at Argos, slightly cheaper than elsewhere (e.g. 1, 2, Switch for £34.99 and Zelda for £50)

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Probably going to go cold like most of the Switch deals at the moment. But might be helpful for someone. Zelda - £49.99 (£59.99 on Amazon) 1, 2, Switch - £34.99 (£49.99 on Amazon) Mario Kart
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Illusionary
alera
Saying you can get 2tb cards is a ridiculous thing to say sorry.
Most decent games this gen are what 40gb or above? The cost to manufacture a br game disc is pennies. The cost to manufacture game cartridges is enormous in comparison - all past on to the customer and will almost certainly lead to inferior last gen games they can cram onto small memory chips to reduce costs and maximise profit.
Unbelievably backwards it's going back to gaming technology from 30 years or more ago. I know people have fond memories of Nintendo but this has epic failure written all over it. The mass market simply don't buy dedicated handheld gaming devices anymore in the West. Most people in Europe and the states game on phones, tablets or laptops if they want portable gaming. This might be what Japanese gamers want but isn't what the test of the world does. It's an antiquated model, they have gimped and crippled their new console to accommodate. Crazy.
What would you propose as an alternative storage model for a portable system? The use of solid state media has done no harm for the 3DS, iPads, iPhones and the entire smartphone market, to name but a few. I wouldn't expect to see install sizes anywhere near to the 40GB that you quote on the Switch - that's not overly common even for PS4/Xbox One games and Breath of the Wild, for example, takes 13GB to install
I thought the Switch was a console? Its also not very portable unless you want to carry a backpack with you as no way the game pad fit in a pocket.
As you know, it's both a home console and portable. If travelling with it, I'd not want to put it it in a pocket, but in a bag - just as one would with a 3DS, a Vita, an iPad or a laptop.
Illusionary
alera
Saying you can get 2tb cards is a ridiculous thing to say sorry.
Most decent games this gen are what 40gb or above? The cost to manufacture a br game disc is pennies. The cost to manufacture game cartridges is enormous in comparison - all past on to the customer and will almost certainly lead to inferior last gen games they can cram onto small memory chips to reduce costs and maximise profit.
Unbelievably backwards it's going back to gaming technology from 30 years or more ago. I know people have fond memories of Nintendo but this has epic failure written all over it. The mass market simply don't buy dedicated handheld gaming devices anymore in the West. Most people in Europe and the states game on phones, tablets or laptops if they want portable gaming. This might be what Japanese gamers want but isn't what the test of the world does. It's an antiquated model, they have gimped and crippled their new console to accommodate. Crazy.
What would you propose as an alternative storage model for a portable system? The use of solid state media has done no harm for the 3DS, iPads, iPhones and the entire smartphone market, to name but a few. I wouldn't expect to see install sizes anywhere near to the 40GB that you quote on the Switch - that's not overly common even for PS4/Xbox One games and Breath of the Wild, for example, takes 13GB to install

I thought the Switch was a console? Its also not very portable unless you want to carry a backpack with you as no way the game pad fit in a pocket.
alera
Saying you can get 2tb cards is a ridiculous thing to say sorry.
Most decent games this gen are what 40gb or above? The cost to manufacture a br game disc is pennies. The cost to manufacture game cartridges is enormous in comparison - all past on to the customer and will almost certainly lead to inferior last gen games they can cram onto small memory chips to reduce costs and maximise profit.
Unbelievably backwards it's going back to gaming technology from 30 years or more ago. I know people have fond memories of Nintendo but this has epic failure written all over it. The mass market simply don't buy dedicated handheld gaming devices anymore in the West. Most people in Europe and the states game on phones, tablets or laptops if they want portable gaming. This might be what Japanese gamers want but isn't what the test of the world does. It's an antiquated model, they have gimped and crippled their new console to accommodate. Crazy.
What would you propose as an alternative storage model for a portable system? The use of solid state media has done no harm for the 3DS, iPads, iPhones and the entire smartphone market, to name but a few. I wouldn't expect to see install sizes anywhere near to the 40GB that you quote on the Switch - that's not overly common even for PS4/Xbox One games and Breath of the Wild, for example, takes 13GB to install

Edited By: Illusionary on Jan 19, 2017 21:48
Saying you can get 2tb cards is a ridiculous thing to say sorry.

Most decent games this gen are what 40gb or above? The cost to manufacture a br game disc is pennies. The cost to manufacture game cartridges is enormous in comparison - all past on to the customer and will almost certainly lead to inferior last gen games they can cram onto small memory chips to reduce costs and maximise profit.

Unbelievably backwards it's going back to gaming technology from 30 years or more ago. I know people have fond memories of Nintendo but this has epic failure written all over it. The mass market simply don't buy dedicated handheld gaming devices anymore in the West. Most people in Europe and the states game on phones, tablets or laptops if they want portable gaming. This might be what Japanese gamers want but isn't what the test of the world does. It's an antiquated model, they have gimped and crippled their new console to accommodate. Crazy.

Edited By: alera on Jan 19, 2017 20:35: Edit
alera
Games on cartridges. The 1980s want their gaming console back! So backwards and primitive. Seriously restrictive in terms of game size and ridiculously expensive in terms of manufacturing costs vs disc based systems. As always with Nintendo the technology generally is years old and obsolete before its even released. I understand the nostalgia people have for Nintendo but this will be a bigger sales flop than the wii u. It's far too expensive and bulky as a handheld. It will not perform as well or have the software support of a ps4 or xbox costing half as much . Sorry these are the facts. I picked up a ps4 with two top games for £180 with discounts on black Friday. Sold Fifa for £35. Nintendo are trying not to compete by releasing something like this. But this is the market and what they are up against a ps4 or xbox sub £200 with a decent game and huge catalogue of cheap games.

Also you basically need a smartphone if you want to do anything with online multiplayer on this thing as if you don't have a smartphone you can't do anything like see your friends list, matchmaking and lobbies so the whole of the online multiplayer is tied to a app on a smartphone .
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Britax Smile Pram/Carry Cot was £589 now £199.99 @ Argos

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Just bought one of these today. Supposedly £589 RRP but the best I've found elsewhere is £350 for an ex display model. Excludes car seat. Includes frame, seat and carrycot. Great reviews and good
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this looks good 2 for 200quid

http://direct.asda.com/hauck-malibu-xl-all-in-one-travel-system-toast-black/002605781,default,pd.html

Edited By: Qazar on Jan 15, 2017 19:27: adding price
Already posted twice

​http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/britax-smile-pushchair-carry-cot-argos-for-199-99-2586693
has been this price since black friday weekend but it's a good price for what you get
Could be of interest, Icoo Acrobat Shop N Drive Baby Travel System Pushchair With Car Seat from £149 @ tesco Outlet, £498 @ Tesco Direct.
http://stores.ebay.co.uk/tescooutlet/pushchairs-/_i.html?_fsub=9649726014&_sid=983611004
I did the pick up thing in store - pay when you get there
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Thorntons snowman and the snowdog was £5 now £1.49 from Argos

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Thorntons white chocolate snowman and snowdog. Ex Christmas stock. Worth it for the chocolate element!
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Nearest to me with stock is Felixstowe..too far for me to travel for chocolate but may help someone.
andiejn
red23
andiejn
nice deal, crap site! none in stock near e (that's not why the sites crap) but have had to enter postcode 3 times to find that out, thought I'd see what else there is, guess what information it's asking me for. f'kem.
What does this even mean?
it's a rant, Argos site is sh ite.

An incoherent rant X)
Posted before and no stock most stores cheaper elsewhere and its a novelty christmas gift no deal from me.
red23
andiejn
nice deal, crap site! none in stock near e (that's not why the sites crap) but have had to enter postcode 3 times to find that out, thought I'd see what else there is, guess what information it's asking me for. f'kem.
What does this even mean?
it's a rant, Argos site is sh ite.
Be better off buying 100g bars of white chocolate from Lidl for 35p. :{
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Winmau Lakeside championship dartboard set £29.99 @ Argos

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Ordered this as it was reduced from £45. Just picked it up and noticed the board had been replaced with a Blade 5 - bonus!
cleeker Avatar5d, 9h agoFound 5 days, 9 hours ago2 Comments
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just picked up one of these and got a blade 5 board in it!
Thanks.

My wife says she's been looking for New York flights.
I didn't even know she has a set of darts!
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Lenovo Z50 AMD A10, 16gb ram and 1TB HDD £349.00 at Argos

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Only £30 off but £350 for a 15.6" laptop with 16gb ram, decent amount of hard drive and good quality processor is a bargain. The amd's are more designed for gaming but still also a fantastic all ro…
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richt
Common problem with AMD chips is overheating.
some.of them were hot (as some intels too). This is ulv cpu with 19w tdp, won't overheat. i have got two laprops with amd onboard ( hp probook upgraded to a10-5750m and lenovo z50 with fx 7500) , both laptops perform well and cause no issues.
moominfat
So which is better? this AMD or the Acer Aspire E5 i5 with 8gb ram for £399 from Argos? they both have 1366x768 screens

Do you have a link to the Argos Acer Laptop please?. :-)
moominfat
So which is better? this AMD or the Acer Aspire E5 i5 with 8gb ram for £399 from Argos? they both have 1366x768 screens


It depends what you want it for. If you want it mostly for 3D gaming then this one. Otherwise definitely the i5
Value for money. simples. Have some heat.
So which is better? this AMD or the Acer Aspire E5 i5 with 8gb ram for £399 from Argos? they both have 1366x768 screens
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Nerf Star Wars Sergeant Jyn Erso Blaster- Argos, £26.99 (Free C&C)

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Best price I've seen for this- it's basically the £15 stryfe blaster dressed up more nicely, with a star wars link and with some sound effects and glow-in-the-dark darts built in. Not worth the £45 RR…
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Cambs
Same price on amazon

Good catch- Prime only I think and no cashback but good to have a choice!
Same price on amazon
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Legend Of Zelda Breath of the Wild Special Edition Nintendo Switch Argos - £79.99

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Most places have this at 89.99 so £10 cheaper than others.
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meherenow
Anchico
do Argos take payment when game is shipped?


LOL, are people so lazy now that they cannot read though a thread with 30 small comments.

At least you gave a like to the guy that nicely reiterated what has already been asked and answered...


Thanks for your valuable insight
Anchico
do Argos take payment when game is shipped?


LOL, are people so lazy now that they cannot read though a thread with 30 small comments.

At least you gave a like to the guy that nicely reiterated what has already been asked and answered...
Anchico
do Argos take payment when game is shipped?

On order
do Argos take payment when game is shipped?
it would be worth it for like 70 but not 80, the game is 40 plus 20 for the figure and 10 for the soundtrack
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[Nintendo Switch] 1-2 Switch Pre-order @ Argos for £34.99

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Looks like the best price around right now. For the moment everywhere else are either £40 or £50 (apart from Shopto which is £36.85) 1-2 Switch - Nintendo Switch Presentation 2017 Trailer https://…
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This looks almost as good as Wii Music.
noahsdad
CoolDude0123
noahsdad
UltimatePhoenix
noahsdad
I have a feeling there will be deals on this game for £10 in about a years time. Certainly no reason to rush into a purchase, is hardly a must have Switch game?
​Wow is that a negative from you? Ive only ever seen promotion and postives for Nintendo from you :p are you getting the switch??
I **** the 2DS and the Eshop with frequency on here! In fact it seems to annoy some people. I am buying a Switch yes, but for kids Xmas, so plenty time to hopefully get a reasonable deal. Am anticipating there will be some sort of nice special edition game/box bundle for Xmas, there usually is with a new console.
I won't be getting the Sonic Mania game though, it looks dreadful. Nothing new and same old really. Totally disappointed, was expecting something more adventurous or a Sonic Maker with level creator.
EDIT: **** = 5lag - apparently this is a naughty word now! regardless of context or which definition of it used.
There should be another Sonic game to look out for. Could be just too early to reveal it thoughhttp://metro.co.uk/2016/07/23/sonic-the-hedgehog-celebrates-20th-anniversary-with-two-new-games-6024107/
I posted that very article on HUKD last year as a discussion thread. Was actually at the back of my mind when I saw the info and video on Sonic Mania. I thought, man this was what the anniversary hype and big announcement I was waiting for has produced. Being honest, did not realise there was to be 2 games, so I guess there is hope for something better/interesting/magnificent after all.
Yep. Something new and something old for two different kinds of people and then there are people like me that would dive into both. lol. Shame they never showed anything for the newer one but I wonder if they are saving it for the next direct. Hopefully it will be good. Have Sonic Boom Fire and Ice for the 3DS which was released back in September and I love it. This is the first trailer for the other game
not a deal haha, this is an awful game, should have been given the "Scalebound" treatment! :D
mancuk87
puddleuk
mancuk87
bet half the people preordering are doing so to sell on launch day for a bit more to people who really want to play Zelda and can't wait lol these will be on eBay for £350
Some already have sold for £330-550 http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_sacat=0&_sop=10&_nkw=nintendo%20switch&LH_Complete=1&LH_Sold=1&rt=nc&_trksid=p2045573.m1684
This post is funny though, http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Nintendo-Switch-Console-Bundle-Read-Carefully-/252724576243?hash=item3ad78efff3:g:470AAOSwA3dYemoR
​fair play to that guy we need more people like that everyone is just all about the resale now days it's like loads of trainers I want I can't get cos people are just buying them to resell for more and not even wear them

Depends what their "info only" actually is. I'd love for a HUKD'r to win that auction and tell us what the info is. Am genuinely intrigued!
CoolDude0123
noahsdad
UltimatePhoenix
noahsdad
I have a feeling there will be deals on this game for £10 in about a years time. Certainly no reason to rush into a purchase, is hardly a must have Switch game?
​Wow is that a negative from you? Ive only ever seen promotion and postives for Nintendo from you :p are you getting the switch??
I **** the 2DS and the Eshop with frequency on here! In fact it seems to annoy some people. I am buying a Switch yes, but for kids Xmas, so plenty time to hopefully get a reasonable deal. Am anticipating there will be some sort of nice special edition game/box bundle for Xmas, there usually is with a new console.
I won't be getting the Sonic Mania game though, it looks dreadful. Nothing new and same old really. Totally disappointed, was expecting something more adventurous or a Sonic Maker with level creator.
EDIT: **** = 5lag - apparently this is a naughty word now! regardless of context or which definition of it used.
There should be another Sonic game to look out for. Could be just too early to reveal it thoughhttp://metro.co.uk/2016/07/23/sonic-the-hedgehog-celebrates-20th-anniversary-with-two-new-games-6024107/

I posted that very article on HUKD last year as a discussion thread. Was actually at the back of my mind when I saw the info and video on Sonic Mania. I thought, man this was what the anniversary hype and big announcement I was waiting for has produced. Being honest, did not realise there was to be 2 games, so I guess there is hope for something better/interesting/magnificent after all.
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Girls Cinderella Bundle NOW £19.99 from Argos (was £59.99)

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Item code 576/8189 This bundle comes with a Cinderella toddler doll (normally £25 by itself!), a Cinderella wig, wedding tiara and ring plus a wand so your princess can pretend to be the fairy godm…
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HOME Bamboo Placemats x 4 & Coasters x 4 £7.99 WAS £14.99 Argos (Free C&C)

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HOME Bamboo Placemats x 4 & Coasters x 4 £7.99 WAS £14.99 Argos Free C&C Rated 4.4/5☆''s from 27 Argos reviews This Bamboo Placemat and coaster set would be a natural addition to any dining
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great deal. been searching for wooden placemats under £20 for a few weeks
Thanks, bought for my pet panda.
Good laptop pads if they are not too heavy
guttediam
That's actually a hot deal for me, thanx for sharing Op ;)


​Love you "gutted" ;)
That's actually a hot deal for me, thanx for sharing Op ;)
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Terraria PS4/Xbox One £12.49 & Argos (C&C)

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Seems like the best price at the moment for the game. Available at various stores for click and collect. Console Edition - Content & features; Console specific control system, a friendly crafting/i…
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why is this so cold?
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Cappuccino CuppaCake Gift Set £3.99 WAS £14.99 (Free C&C) @ Argos

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Cappuccino CuppaCake Gift Set £3.99 WAS £14.99 (Free C&C) Treat yourself or a loved one to this delicious CuppaCake Mocha Cappuccino Gift Set. Enjoy the cake you make in your microwave which comes
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South Shields have stock :-)
guttediam
It's Argos peeps! A couple in stock around me whoop whoop lol, but don't want one. Heat Added


​I'm 'gutted' you don't want one :| lol
It's Argos peeps! A couple in stock around me whoop whoop lol, but don't want one. Heat Added
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Argos Disney Princess 20 Inch Doll £14.99 Was £49.99 Free C&C, £3.95 Delivered

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Cinderella, Rapunzel Or Ariel The reviews seem good and at this price I'm sure your little one wI'll love this. I think the dress lights up and it plays a song according to the reviews.... Your r…
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There's a 'Cinderella bundle' on Argos at moment reduced to £14.99 includes toddler doll and lots of other items
No way, this was never £49.99. Shocked

Edited By: Marrilyn on Jan 13, 2017 12:34: add more
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Star Wars 1000 piece Ravensburger Panorama Puzzle £3.99 C&C @ Argos

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Couldn't see this posted. Free delivery to store, collection in between 2-5 days at all the stores visible to me. Same price on Amazon but only available as a over £20 spend add-on item.
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out of stock anywhere close to Bournemouth :(
Ordered for collection. Thanks O.P Heat added :D

Edited By: lorrs58 on Jan 13, 2017 10:59
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Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature Decorated Bottles x6 - Blue £13.49 Argos

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Saw the recent Boots deal relating to these which had sadly ended. Searched and found these on the Argos website, which are cheaper and promoted as less than half price. Also available in pink: http:…
markholi0 Avatar6d, 18h agoFound 6 days, 18 hours ago3 Comments
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3 door oak wardrobe £255.00 with code down from £1500 at Argos

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Previously on sale at £598. This is a genuinely good wardrobe for a good price. Use code FURN15
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tonik
captain_cab
its a bit daft they show 360 photos but none with the doors open.
It's pretty huge and time-consuming to put together but it's a solid piece of furniture.
http://i.imgur.com/atZikrfl.jpg

It came in 3 pretty big boxes which the delivery guys had trouble carrying in. Apparently the two guys weren't insured to carry something this heavy so I had to do the bulk of lifting this upstairs on my back with a bit of help from my wife.
http://i.imgur.com/nyxUFn3l.jpg

As with something this high it's always recommended to secure it to the wall.



Thank you so sharing this. Happy with this purchase? Not so? Did you find it from this thread?
captain_cab
its a bit daft they show 360 photos but none with the doors open.
It's pretty huge and time-consuming to put together but it's a solid piece of furniture.
http://i.imgur.com/atZikrfl.jpg

It came in 3 pretty big boxes which the delivery guys had trouble carrying in. Apparently the two guys weren't insured to carry something this heavy so I had to do the bulk of lifting this upstairs on my back with a bit of help from my wife.
http://i.imgur.com/nyxUFn3l.jpg

As with something this high it's always recommended to secure it to the wall.
eternalflame
Still cannot understand who would be *SO INTELLIGENT* to pay £1,500.00 for it?

No one should, marketing plan at it's best.
Legend says somebody somewhere paid 1500 for this
Gutted, paid £1500 for it a few weeks ago ;)

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  • Health & Beauty – Featuring skincare, nails and makeup items, shampoo, brushes, conditioner, hair dyes, nail files, scissors, mobility aids, well-being supplements, perfume, aftershaves, men’s beard trimmers and shaving equipment, dental care products, hair removal products, waxes, gels, essential oils and bath products.
  • Clothing – Including men’s, women’s and children’s clothing. The men’s selection features clothes like suits, jackets, trousers, shoes and beachwear, along with men’s accessories and a special workwear section. The women’s clothing range includes categories like formal dresses, playsuits, heels and boots, skirts, blouses and jumpers, and also features a huge range of accessories. In addition to conventional clothing, Argos also offer plenty of fancy dress costumes for both children and adults.
  • Jewellery & Watches – Including special selections for men and women. The women’s collection includes necklaces, rings, charm bracelets, earrings, bangles, beads and jewellery set. The men’s section includes cufflinks, chains and dog tags. Also features a large collection of watches, including digital, chronometers, formal watches, women’s jewellery watches and watches for sport.

Each category at the Argos online store features clearance sections, helping customers find the best bargains. There’s also a Gifts section which suggests items for men, women, children, special occasions and special interests like gourmet food. You can also find novelty items here, along with experience days and wedding gifts.

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Brands Stocked by Argos.co.uk

Argos is a great place to look for popular brands across the whole spectrum of its product selection. Big names on offer include:

Making a Purchase from Argos

Buying items from argos.co.uk is simple. Just select the items you’d like to buy and add them to your shopping trolley. When you’ve finished shopping, go to your trolley. Now you need to enter your postcode to find out whether the items you require are in stock. If they are, you can pick them up the same day or have them ready to collect any time, or you can have them delivered to your door.

Before you can complete your purchase, you’ll need to set up an Argos account. This requires you to enter your email address and a few other pieces of information. After that, you’re ready to enter your payment details and check out.

Purchasing Items From Argos

The Argos Card Loyalty Scheme

All shoppers with Argos can request an Argos Card. This operates like a normal store card, allowing customers to buy items and pay for them in the future. It can be managed online or via the Argos app, and also provides discounts for regular users.

Sales at Argos.co.uk

Argos regularly runs promotions called “Price drops” which reduce the cost of selected items for limited periods of time. These are often themed around seasonal events like “back to school” or summer, but there are also regular “baby event” savings to help out parents.

Each product category on the Argos website also has a specific clearance section containing items that are heavily discounted. Again, these discounts are time limited, so act fast to take advantage of them.

Argos often offers promotional discount codes for loyal customers. The best way to keep track of these promotions is via the HotUKDeals Argos pages.

The company is also a big participant in the Black Friday/Cyber Monday retail event, held every November. As Black Friday approaches, be sure to check Argos’ pages, the HotUKDeals listings and the company’s social media channels to find out about their biggest discounts.

Argos Black Friday

Payment Methods Accepted by Argos

Argos customers can use the following payment methods to purchase their items online: Visa, Visa Electron, Mastercard, Maestro, American Express and Argos Cards. Additionally, customers can pay via PayPal.

All payments via Argos.co.uk are also protected by Verified by Visa and Secured by Mastercard to prevent online fraud.

Shipping Options from Argos

Argos operates a tiered delivery service for larger and smaller items.

For smaller items, fast track same day delivery costs £3.95 per order if you place your order before 18:00 on the day before delivery. Standard delivery takes longer, and you will be able to choose from a range of delivery slots when you place your order. It also costs £3.95. Some products can also be delivered free of charge via Royal Mail, and this will be shown as an option during the payment process.

Argos Fast Track Delivery

For larger items, any time next day delivery costs £14.95 (£8.95 for kitchen appliances) and next day delivery with a specific delivery slot costs £19.99 for all items. You need to order before 20:00 the day before to take advantage of next day delivery. Standard delivery for larger items costs £6.95 (free for kitchen appliances) and £8.95 with a time slot.

If you are ordering appliances, you can also choose a “Connect” option at slightly higher cost, which includes connection by Argos technicians. You can also request that Argos take your old appliance for recycling.

Alternatively, you can choose to click and collect your items from a nearby Argos retail outlet. Most of the time, you can collect on the day of ordering, if stock is available near you. If not, the earliest collection time will be displayed when you order.

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Returning Items to Argos.co.uk

The majority of Argos products come with a 30 day money back guarantee, as long as the item is unused and in good condition. If it meets these requirements, either a refund or exchange can be arranged.

One way to return smaller items is by taking them to an Argos store. Remember to take your proof of purchase with you when you visit, which could include e-mail printouts with your order confirmation number.

Both smaller and larger items can also be picked up from your home. To arrange a pick-up, you can chat with Argos’ online support staff or give them a call at: 0845 6402020 (8:00-20:00, 7 days a week).

Customer service staff will lead you through the returns process, and there is no need to send your items via the post.

The Argos Social Media Presence

Argos has plenty of active social media channels, and following the company is an excellent way to stay informed about the latest promotions and product launches. You can find them at:

The Features & Articles section of the Argos website is another good place to look for information about the company, with regular lifestyle features and ideas about how to use Argos products.

Downloading the Argos App

The Argos app is a useful way to search the company’s product range and manage your Argos Card account. it can be downloaded for iOS devices from the iTunes App Store or for Android devices from Google Play.

Contacting Argos

If you need to make a query about delivery, returns, purchasing or any other aspect of Argos’ operations, getting in touch is simple.

The first place to look for help with specific products is the Product Support site. Here, you can find how to guides and phone number dedicated to product categories and brands.

To reach customer services you can call: 0345 6402020 or 0345 6403030 (8:00-20:00, 7 days a week)

  • Or, you can write to Argos at:
  • Argos Direct
    Acton Gate
    Stafford, ST18 9AR
    United Kingdom

The Help section of the Argos website is another good place to look for support and answers. Argos offers furthermore an extensive section of Buyer´s guides that help you make the right decision when you make your next purchase.

Few retailers in the UK have a product range as wide as Argos, which is why it’s still one of the most popular stores around. With so much choice on offer, keeping up with Argos discounts can be tough, but it’s much easier to save money if you check out the Argos HotUKDeals on a regular basis.