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BaByliss Curl Secret 2667U Hair Styler £80.43 with code at Tesco Direct

£80.43 @ Tesco Direct
BaByliss Curl Secret 2667U Hair Styler, with Auto Curl technology and featuring a ceramic chamber for smooth, shiny curls. The product itself is £99. However, code 'TDX-PKJK' is worth £20 off a £10…
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BaByliss Curl Secret 2667U Hair Styler, with Auto Curl technology and featuring a ceramic chamber for smooth, shiny curls.

The product itself is £99. However, code 'TDX-PKJK' is worth £20 off a £100 shop from "qualifying electronics" and this qualifies.

You need to get the total over £100 for the voucher to work. Therefore you need to add something to bump it over the magic £100 mark.

The cheapest item I can find that you can add to take the total over £100 and qualify for the discount is the Tesco E122 Printer Ink Cartridge which costs £1.43

£99+£1.43 (filler product) makes £100.43, take off the £20 and you're left with £80.43 to pay.

(Of course you could spend a few pounds more and pick a filler item you actually WANT - the above is just the cheapest combination that looks like it will work)

Free next day click and collect.

NOTE: this item is in Clubcard Boost so you can pay for it using Clubcard vouchers at twice their face value.
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#1
Great thank you
#2
Is the babyliss pro curl better ? What cheapest you can get the babyliss pro curl right now does anyone know?
2 Likes #3
Great if you have clubcard points to boost spending!

Could potentially get them for £80 . . .

Debenhams - Babyliss Secret Curl @ £100

eGift Card Voucher 20% off @ Debenhams

So buy a £100 gift card should only cost £80 with code PRESENTS (Valid from tomorrow until xmas eve)

Then Click and Collect in time for xmas :)
6 Likes #4
Bought this the wife last xmas, after she went mad for it, really wanted it....
don't think it's been out of the box yet!!
1 Like #5
The pro has an extra heat setting and a longer cable I think
#6
Thanks :)
#7
ever since seeing it demonstated on 'fake Britian' i want one!
#8
I have the pro curl and it's great, paid £59.99 brand new in box from ebay though. Only used it once but great for special occasions :-)
#9
BIGDADDY14
Is the babyliss pro curl better ? What cheapest you can get the babyliss pro curl right now does anyone know?

Yeah pro is better but only just and it has a longer lead, got mine for local hair dressers for £120.
1 Like #10
mariefindlay
I have the pro curl and it's great, paid £59.99 brand new in box from ebay though. Only used it once but great for special occasions :-)

Be sure it's the real thing. Lots of fakes going on ebay.
#11
Thanks, got this plus some screen cleaner for £1.50 to bump it over £100 :)

http://www.tesco.com/direct/tesco-glass-cleaner-500ml/765-4991.prd?action=acknowledgement

Edited By: deanos on Dec 19, 2014 17:24
#12
fantastic saving
#13
Damn! Just pad £99 in Argos yesterday!!!
:(
#14
renrahs
Damn! Just pad £99 in Argos yesterday!!!
:(
take them back for a refund :)
1 Like #15
Ohhhhh I'm so tempted..
#16
adz682
renrahs
Damn! Just pad £99 in Argos yesterday!!!
:(
take them back for a refund :)

I'm in the same boat.
Got from Argos and got the £10 voucher after £100 spend.....that I have now also used.
Would they refund the £99.99 from my first transaction?!
#17
The Pro version has 3 heat settings - low, medium and high.
It has 3 settings to choose what direction the curls go - left, right and alternate.
Also has 3 types of curls produced - tight, normal and loose curls.

I found a good deal but, that's only if you have a trade card at Sallys.

I'm keeping an eye out for the Pro, any good deals out there?
#18
monkeyboy448
adz682
renrahs
Damn! Just pad £99 in Argos yesterday!!!
:(
take them back for a refund :)

I'm in the same boat.
Got from Argos and got the £10 voucher after £100 spend.....that I have now also used.
Would they refund the £99.99 from my first transaction?!

Nope they will refund £89.99 if you have used the voucher
#19
mariefindlay
I have the pro curl and it's great, paid £59.99 brand new in box from ebay though. Only used it once but great for special occasions :-)

You need to look up the Fake Britain episode about these, a lot of the ones being sold on ebay are fake and don't have the mechanism which releases the hair properly - can work a few times and then jams meaning you have to cut the hair to remove it. Hope that's not the one you have!
#20
mz13
The Pro version has 3 heat settings - low, medium and high.
It has 3 settings to choose what direction the curls go - left, right and alternate.
Also has 3 types of curls produced - tight, normal and loose curls.

I found a good deal but, that's only if you have a trade card at Sallys.

I'm keeping an eye out for the Pro, any good deals out there?

So does the curl secret (not pro) version do 1 type of curls? Which type? I can only see heat, time and direction settings on pictures of the Pro version, nothing for curl type. Both look amazing, just wondering whether the extra £40-£50 is worth it for the pro version and its hard to figure out! x

Edited By: ScampiLamp on Dec 19, 2014 19:51: typo
#21
Got it for £40 with CCB! Thanks, OP! x
#22
Hi, I'm really undecided on this or the "pro curl" I have long hair and the description for the pro curl says suitable for shorter and longer hair types and the curl secret says it's not suitable on longer hair. Has anyone used this with long hair please?
#23
Typical - ordered yesterday for £90 @Debenhams ( with 10% off code ) so great price, hopefully GF will be happy..

//EDIT: TCB tracked at £6.06 so not too bad

Edited By: m4dm3n on Dec 19, 2014 19:27: TCB
#24
sumbob
Hi, I'm really undecided on this or the "pro curl" I have long hair and the description for the pro curl says suitable for shorter and longer hair types and the curl secret says it's not suitable on longer hair. Has anyone used this with long hair please?

I'm interested too - they don't really say how long "long" is. I've seen " busy length" as recommended max length but my hair is that long and I'm 6ft tall... So it would be a fair bit shorter on a 5ft woman surely?
#25
List of products that are valid for the couponhere http://www.tesco.com/direct/special-offer/save-20-when-you-spend-100-or-more/promo30570123.promo

Thanks OP - that's my Christmas pressy sorted!
#26
I have been eyeing these for a while - please can anyone tell me if they are actually faster to do your hair than a curling iron? I have a Baby Curl one which does a fab job but it takes forever to do and is hard to do the back myself :)

I have ordered cos of the good price but the number of things I have bought to curl my hair is silly I always get agged with them - and two of them were Babyliss (some heated rollers and a triangle looking thingy)

Edited By: Mrs.Z on Dec 19, 2014 20:30
#27
Reserved one in Argos dont need to bother getting it now:D
#28
ScampiLamp
mz13
The Pro version has 3 heat settings - low, medium and high.
It has 3 settings to choose what direction the curls go - left, right and alternate.
Also has 3 types of curls produced - tight, normal and loose curls.

I found a good deal but, that's only if you have a trade card at Sallys.

I'm keeping an eye out for the Pro, any good deals out there?

So does the curl secret (not pro) version do 1 type of curls? Which type? I can only see heat, time and direction settings on pictures of the Pro version, nothing for curl type. Both look amazing, just wondering whether the extra £40-£50 is worth it for the pro version and its hard to figure out! x


The "secret" version has normal curls only and has 2 heat settings. Max temp 230°c
Here's a link for the Pro version
http://www.babylisspro.co.uk/perfect-curl.html

The link is from the actual Babyliss website but, it costs £165! which I don't want to cough up
#29
So does the curl secret (not pro) version do 1 type of curls? Which type? I can only see heat, time and direction settings on pictures of the Pro version, nothing for curl type. Both look amazing, just wondering whether the extra £40-£50 is worth it for the pro version and its hard to figure out! x
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The "secret" version has normal curls only and has 2 heat settings. Max temp 230°c
Here's a link to the Pro
http://www.babylisspro.co.uk/perfect-curl.html

It's from the actual Babyliss website but, it costs £165! And I don't want to cough up that much
#30
Added a lightbulb which I will actually use (£2) and £15 of club card points bringing total down to £56!
#31
ordered, many thanks, treated myself xx
1 Like #32
I have the original one from last year. Have to say it is amazing! Over the years I've bought many different products for trying to curl and never got on with any of them except this one!

The secret is, not to start curling too near your scalp, otherwise you'll end up with just a mass of curls, also, don't brush them out afterwards, just apply hairspray and leave. On my hair, the curls also look good the next day.

I would say, the actual length of hair that goes into the curler on me is around 8 inches, you have to be careful not to put too much hair in as it can get stuck, but, easy to pull out.

My DD has very long hair and when I use it on her, it is absolutely stunning! Never had an issue with hers at all, except for some reason, it drops very quickly and a few hours later, the curls have all but gone.
I will see if I can upload a pic of my DD's hair. Image hopefully here http://i1162.photobucket.com/albums/q537/pinkmonkey007/hair_zpsead065a0.jpg

I can do my whole head in around 20 mins.
This cost £180 last xmas! Can't believe how cheap they are now.
IMO, this is an amazing product,even on shortish hair, the effect is brilliant!


Edited By: pinkmonkey on Dec 20, 2014 14:24: add photo
#33
Saved 20£!!! Loving this app
#34
If you have extensions you need the pro salon one. Can get it on amazon for about £120 normally, comes and goes out of stock but keep an eye on it.

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