Fisher Price Shake and Go Speedway £16 in Woolworths store with voucher - HotUKDeals
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This is £32.24 in Argos, its RRP is £42.99.

I bought a cheapo CD in Woolworths today and with my purchase I got a voucher entitling me to 20% off toys. They had the Fisher Price Shake and Go Speedway reduced from £42.99 to £20 so with the voucher I only paid £16. The voucher can also be re-used until Sunday!
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#1
great deal student.jo have been searching for this set. how much was the cd (is there a min spend to recive the voucher?) thanks x
#2
theres 20% vouchers being given out by staff to use by thurs,hth
#3
i have this voucher if you want a copy then send your email address and i will send a copy, it is re usable until sunday.:santa:
#4
It is only a black and white photocopy, I spent £4 on a CD so don't think there was a min spend. The lady said present it before they scan whatever you are buying with it.
#5
mine runs out thurs :o
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You can print the voucher and use it: http://images2.moneysavingexpert.com/vouchers/FriendsFamilyEmailVoucher.pdf

20% off Woolworths - Click 'n' print an online voucher

You can get up to 20% off in store at Woolworths just by clicking and printing this Woolies voucher (we have express permission from Woolworths to share this voucher you). It will entitle you to 10% off music, DVD's games hardware (including consoles!) and software, mobile and accessories, electricals, electronic instruments and sat navs and 20% off everything else in store including books.

Just print out your voucher and use it in store before Sunday 30 November.

Woolworths is in trouble financially, and in talks for the whole chain to be sold for £1. Yet this isn’t a worry if you’re in store, buying and immediately taking things away. The only possible negative is if the good has a fault, in the event Woolworths isn’t rescued and were to go kaput, you wouldn’t be able to take it back. Yet for things like CDs, books, games etc its not usually an issue. For bigger purchases (e.g. games consoles) use free Section 75 Consumer Protection.
#7
If you wait a few days, all Woolies prices might be 90% off..........:p
#8
It's a real shame, poor old Woolies.
#9
There don't seem to be any toys on the website now!
#10
i tried earlier 2 and couldn access the toys either!!
#11
The Toys tab has now disappeared and when searching for toys the following screen appears:

http://www.woolworths.co.uk/web/jsp/browse/index.jsp?cat=cat1008228&_requestid=65536

Worrying, I hope Woolies survive.
#12
If anyone doesn't manage to get this set at wooloies, I bought it the other week for £19.99 at Home Bargains for my daughter. Great saving as retails at £43 at Early Learning Centre.
#13


Has anyone tried using this one ? - Looks very low quality, I'm worried they might not accept it ? :(

Thanks
#14
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#15
djblamire
Has anyone tried using this one ? - Looks very low quality, I'm worried they might not accept it ? :(

Thanks


they will they need any customers to BUY BUY as they going bust and i have used the voucher they take it without saying anything the black and white one
#16
djblamire
Has anyone tried using this one ? - Looks very low quality, I'm worried they might not accept it ? :(

Thanks


You'll be fine with this, as tried and testing by my Mum! :w00t:

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