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Daewoo Air Fryer and Daewoo bullet £17.50 Instore Poundland

£17.50 @ PoundLand
This is half price last year stock. See if your store still has some. Marked at £ 35 but both come at £ 17.50 at the till Poundland Instore only. Read More
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This is half price last year stock. See if your store still has some. Marked at £ 35 but both come at £ 17.50 at the till Poundland Instore only.
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#1
sam_of_london

This is half price last year stock. See if your store still has some. Marked at £ 35 but both come at £ 17.50 at the till Poundland Instore only.
please put model Number and barcode here. Thanks
#2
Heat!
1 Like #3
Pateo
sam_of_london

This is half price last year stock. See if your store still has some. Marked at £ 35 but both come at £ 17.50 at the till Poundland Instore only.
please put model Number and barcode here. Thanks


Bar code says 5024996817751 model no sda1034 2.5l 1500w air fryer for fryer.
#4
Pateo
sam_of_london

This is half price last year stock. See if your store still has some. Marked at £ 35 but both come at £ 17.50 at the till Poundland Instore only.
please put model Number and barcode here. Thanks


Blender is bar code 5024996817607 , also sda1042. Model is 1000w Nurtritional Power blender.
#5
Says imported and produced under licence by Europasonic UK Ltd. Manchester M31JS
#6
sam_of_london
Pateo
sam_of_london

This is half price last year stock. See if your store still has some. Marked at £ 35 but both come at £ 17.50 at the till Poundland Instore only.
please put model Number and barcode here. Thanks


Bar code says 5024996817751 model no sda1034 2.5l 1500w air fryer for fryer.


Which Poundland store was this in?
#7
I bought in London.
#8
sam_of_london
I bought in London.


Yes but which store in London?
#9
Shoppaholic16
sam_of_london
I bought in London.


Yes but which store in London?


I think it was Willesden /Harlesden on 18 red bus route
#10
How the hell can a £17.50 item be a deal in Poundland

Nothing against the OP for posting the deal ;)

Edited By: Biggunspaul on Feb 05, 2017 21:58
#11
Biggunspaul
How the hell can a £17.50 item be a deal in Poundland


This was listed here when it was £35 in Poundland . So £17.50 is definitely a deal. You are welcome to pay more if it's too cheap for you. :D
#12
sam_of_london
Shoppaholic16
sam_of_london
I bought in London.
Yes but which store in London?
I think it was Willesden /Harlesden on 18 red bus route
Is it same as this deal http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/daewoo-air-fryer-2-5l-35-rrp-79-99-store-online-poundland-2554123
also do you know if the fryer rotates the chips?

Edited By: Pateo on Feb 05, 2017 22:00
#13
Pateo
sam_of_london
Shoppaholic16
sam_of_london
I bought in London.
Yes but which store in London?
I think it was Willesden /Harlesden on 18 red bus route
Is it same as this deal, also do you know if the fryer rotates the chips?


No it does not. But very good price.
3 Likes #14
Poundland are starting to get well sly with their pricing.In my local store they put items worth £2 amongst items worth £1 on the shelves on the way to the tills,so people at a quick glance presume all the items are £1,yet they end up picking up a £2 item and only find out at the till.
2 Likes #15
sam_of_london
Biggunspaul
How the hell can a £17.50 item be a deal in Poundland

This was listed here when it was £35 in Poundland . So £17.50 is definitely a deal. You are welcome to pay more if it's too cheap for you. :D

I'd rather pay a pound ;)
#16
sam_of_london
Pateo
sam_of_london
Shoppaholic16
sam_of_london
I bought in London.
Yes but which store in London?
I think it was Willesden /Harlesden on 18 red bus route
Is it same as this deal, also do you know if the fryer rotates the chips?
No it does not. But very good price.
I shall be investing then so I'm out then!
#17
Biggunspaul
Poundland are starting to get well sly with their pricing.In my local store they put items worth £2 amongst items worth £1 on the shelves on the way to the tills,so people at a quick glance presume all the items are £1,yet they end up picking up a £2 item and only find out at the till.


You complain, and they scan a £1 instead and let you have the £2 one instead, if only few of £2 ones left. Always read the receipt, even in the big stores like M&S and Waitrose , many times the discounted items still scan at full price when scanned, so foolish to not look at receipt. But there are so many people with money no object or cannot be bothered so all stores resort to tricks like this. Even they put expensive items in full view and easy to reach places and cheaper discounted ones harder to get places.
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sam_of_london
Biggunspaul
Poundland are starting to get well sly with their pricing.In my local store they put items worth £2 amongst items worth £1 on the shelves on the way to the tills,so people at a quick glance presume all the items are £1,yet they end up picking up a £2 item and only find out at the till.
You complain, and they scan a £1 instead and let you have the £2 one instead, if only few of £2 ones left. Always read the receipt, even in the big stores like M&S and Waitrose , many times the discounted items still scan at full price when scanned, so foolish to not look at receipt. But there are so many people with money no object or cannot be bothered so all stores resort to tricks like this. Even they put expensive items in full view and easy to reach places and cheaper discounted ones harder to get places.

My issue is that for years Poundland advertised that every item was a pound,then they started selling higher priced items from behind the tills,but now they are making their way amongst the pound items.Most people are not so stupid to think that a 55 inch TV is going to cost £1,but when they put (for example) a box of Maltesers worth £2 amounts £1 items,a good number of people could be mistaken to think it's a £1 item as it's not massively cheap.

They should just have a section for everything over £1 to stop confusion,so shoppers can just grab an item without having to check that it may cost more.
1 Like #19
Biggunspaul
sam_of_london
Biggunspaul
Poundland are starting to get well sly with their pricing.In my local store they put items worth £2 amongst items worth £1 on the shelves on the way to the tills,so people at a quick glance presume all the items are £1,yet they end up picking up a £2 item and only find out at the till.
You complain, and they scan a £1 instead and let you have the £2 one instead, if only few of £2 ones left. Always read the receipt, even in the big stores like M&S and Waitrose , many times the discounted items still scan at full price when scanned, so foolish to not look at receipt. But there are so many people with money no object or cannot be bothered so all stores resort to tricks like this. Even they put expensive items in full view and easy to reach places and cheaper discounted ones harder to get places.

My issue is that for years Poundland advertised that every item was a pound,then they started selling higher priced items from behind the tills,but now they are making their way amongst the pound items.Most people are not so stupid to think that a 55 inch TV is going to cost £1,but when they put (for example) a box of Maltesers worth £2 amounts £1 items,a good number of people could be mistaken to think it's a £1 item as it's not massively cheap.

They should just have a section for everything over £1 to stop confusion,so shoppers can just grab an item without having to check that it may cost more.


I bought a couple of perfumes from them @ £8 and £10 at Christmas time . They were £15 or more in Argos and Superdrug that time and even more expensive in Boots . Not everything can be £1. I only regret the big stores where the markup can be more than 1000 % or more for the same item . In London there are Poundworld and Sam's 99p stores as well which sell £1 items. So if Poundland does not stock £1 items anymore, I can always go to their competitors and buy from them. Also Poundland has nearly doubled shops now in London after it bought 99p stores.
2 Likes #20
Does this mean the store will be changing its name to seventeenandahalfpoundland?

Edited By: HankMcSpank on Feb 05, 2017 23:58
3 Likes #21
Walk in, pick up fryer, put a pound on the counter, remind them the shop is called Poundland and not "Seventeen Pound Fifty Land" and walk out (_;)
banned 2 Likes #22
sam_of_london
Biggunspaul
sam_of_london
Biggunspaul
Poundland are starting to get well sly with their pricing.In my local store they put items worth £2 amongst items worth £1 on the shelves on the way to the tills,so people at a quick glance presume all the items are £1,yet they end up picking up a £2 item and only find out at the till.
You complain, and they scan a £1 instead and let you have the £2 one instead, if only few of £2 ones left. Always read the receipt, even in the big stores like M&S and Waitrose , many times the discounted items still scan at full price when scanned, so foolish to not look at receipt. But there are so many people with money no object or cannot be bothered so all stores resort to tricks like this. Even they put expensive items in full view and easy to reach places and cheaper discounted ones harder to get places.
My issue is that for years Poundland advertised that every item was a pound,then they started selling higher priced items from behind the tills,but now they are making their way amongst the pound items.Most people are not so stupid to think that a 55 inch TV is going to cost £1,but when they put (for example) a box of Maltesers worth £2 amounts £1 items,a good number of people could be mistaken to think it's a £1 item as it's not massively cheap.
They should just have a section for everything over £1 to stop confusion,so shoppers can just grab an item without having to check that it may cost more.
I bought a couple of perfumes from them @ £8 and £10 at Christmas time . They were £15 or more in Argos and Superdrug that time and even more expensive in Boots . Not everything can be £1. I only regret the big stores where the markup can be more than 1000 % or more for the same item . In London there are Poundworld and Sam's 99p stores as well which sell £1 items. So if Poundland does not stock £1 items anymore, I can always go to their competitors and buy from them. Also Poundland has nearly doubled shops now in London after it bought 99p stores.
Thanks to pound land PR rep for this thread.
#23
pound land I have heard is to change its name to deals. not sure if this will happen but it's false advertising to call it pound land when they sell stuff dearer.
1 Like #24
sam_of_london
But there are so many people with money no object or cannot be bothered so all stores resort to tricks like this. Even they put expensive items in full view and easy to reach places and cheaper discounted ones harder to get places.
I doubt if money was no object they'd be in poundland, and credit to the OP as this is a good price for the fryer, but poundland are getting sneaky with their £2 items next to £1 items. Trading standards made them drop the "everything's a pound" strapline a while back.
#25
glasgowirene
pound land I have heard is to change its name to deals. not sure if this will happen but it's false advertising to call it pound land when they sell stuff dearer.
The Poundland in Ireland is called Dealz so maybe they will change the name in the UK
2 Likes #26
glasgowirene
pound land I have heard is to change its name to deals. not sure if this will happen but it's false advertising to call it pound land when they sell stuff dearer.


Not really false advertising it a company name, Boots don't sell Boots,
#27
MrGoldLego
glasgowirene
pound land I have heard is to change its name to deals. not sure if this will happen but it's false advertising to call it pound land when they sell stuff dearer.


Not really false advertising it a company name, Boots don't sell Boots,

Yes it is.
#28
sam_of_london
Biggunspaul
sam_of_london
Biggunspaul
Poundland are starting to get well sly with their pricing.In my local store they put items worth £2 amongst items worth £1 on the shelves on the way to the tills,so people at a quick glance presume all the items are £1,yet they end up picking up a £2 item and only find out at the till.
You complain, and they scan a £1 instead and let you have the £2 one instead, if only few of £2 ones left. Always read the receipt, even in the big stores like M&S and Waitrose , many times the discounted items still scan at full price when scanned, so foolish to not look at receipt. But there are so many people with money no object or cannot be bothered so all stores resort to tricks like this. Even they put expensive items in full view and easy to reach places and cheaper discounted ones harder to get places.

My issue is that for years Poundland advertised that every item was a pound,then they started selling higher priced items from behind the tills,but now they are making their way amongst the pound items.Most people are not so stupid to think that a 55 inch TV is going to cost £1,but when they put (for example) a box of Maltesers worth £2 amounts £1 items,a good number of people could be mistaken to think it's a £1 item as it's not massively cheap.

They should just have a section for everything over £1 to stop confusion,so shoppers can just grab an item without having to check that it may cost more.


I bought a couple of perfumes from them @ £8 and £10 at Christmas time . They were £15 or more in Argos and Superdrug that time and even more expensive in Boots . Not everything can be £1. I only regret the big stores where the markup can be more than 1000 % or more for the same item . In London there are Poundworld and Sam's 99p stores as well which sell £1 items. So if Poundland does not stock £1 items anymore, I can always go to their competitors and buy from them. Also Poundland has nearly doubled shops now in London after it bought 99p stores.


poundland with items for 35 quid and Sams 99p store with stuff for a pound?? Unbelievable.
next they'll be selling tea in a coffee shop
2 Likes #29
chimp14uk
MrGoldLego
glasgowirene
pound land I have heard is to change its name to deals. not sure if this will happen but it's false advertising to call it pound land when they sell stuff dearer.


Not really false advertising it a company name, Boots don't sell Boots,

Yes it is.


its not called "everything's a pound".

Does it sell items for a pound? yes.
#30
Politikz
sam_of_london
Biggunspaul
sam_of_london
Biggunspaul
Poundland are starting to get well sly with their pricing.In my local store they put items worth £2 amongst items worth £1 on the shelves on the way to the tills,so people at a quick glance presume all the items are £1,yet they end up picking up a £2 item and only find out at the till.
You complain, and they scan a £1 instead and let you have the £2 one instead, if only few of £2 ones left. Always read the receipt, even in the big stores like M&S and Waitrose , many times the discounted items still scan at full price when scanned, so foolish to not look at receipt. But there are so many people with money no object or cannot be bothered so all stores resort to tricks like this. Even they put expensive items in full view and easy to reach places and cheaper discounted ones harder to get places.
My issue is that for years Poundland advertised that every item was a pound,then they started selling higher priced items from behind the tills,but now they are making their way amongst the pound items.Most people are not so stupid to think that a 55 inch TV is going to cost £1,but when they put (for example) a box of Maltesers worth £2 amounts £1 items,a good number of people could be mistaken to think it's a £1 item as it's not massively cheap.
They should just have a section for everything over £1 to stop confusion,so shoppers can just grab an item without having to check that it may cost more.
I bought a couple of perfumes from them @ £8 and £10 at Christmas time . They were £15 or more in Argos and Superdrug that time and even more expensive in Boots . Not everything can be £1. I only regret the big stores where the markup can be more than 1000 % or more for the same item . In London there are Poundworld and Sam's 99p stores as well which sell £1 items. So if Poundland does not stock £1 items anymore, I can always go to their competitors and buy from them. Also Poundland has nearly doubled shops now in London after it bought 99p stores.
Thanks to pound land PR rep for this thread.


I have no brand loyalty. There is Poundstretcher store chain has very good bargains but not a pound store. As long as they have good bargains is all that matters. You should ask yourself, whenever you buy anything, do you want keep your money in your pocket or pass it on to the shareholders of the company who may not even be UK citizens or companies. Once Warren Buffet, one of the richest man in the world, held shares in Poundland. People should use logic instead of building up emotional attachment to brand names which most companies use to rob us.
#31
I've no idea of the quality of their auto vehicles (if it is indeed the same company), but Daewoo household electronics are not the best from hard-learnt personal experience.
#32
mcek
I've no idea of the quality of their auto vehicles (if it is indeed the same company), but Daewoo household electronics are not the best from hard-learnt personal experience.


This is not the same company. The company is Europasonic UK based in Manchester M31js. The band name is licensed from trademark holder like every other thing sold in this country. You should give more details of your personal experience . I have bought Daewoo branded goods several times from Pundstrecher before and never had a problem. This is first time I bought Daewoo branded goods from Poundland.
#33
FrankieW
glasgowirene
pound land I have heard is to change its name to deals. not sure if this will happen but it's false advertising to call it pound land when they sell stuff dearer.
The Poundland in Ireland is called Dealz so maybe they will change the name in the UK


or the fact its euros over there ;) same as Spain where there's a few dealz
#34
jenko65
FrankieW
glasgowirene
pound land I have heard is to change its name to deals. not sure if this will happen but it's false advertising to call it pound land when they sell stuff dearer.
The Poundland in Ireland is called Dealz so maybe they will change the name in the UK


or the fact its euros over there ;) same as Spain where there's a few dealz


Who cares about the name? I only care about the price, and quality and country of manufacture of the product or service, guarantee and peace of mind. Most times the big companies cheat us by selling same product at higher prices than in other countries. Being British should not mean keeping calm and paying more for everything in life plus the high VAT other and taxes charged by the government .

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