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Free £10 voucher when you spend £100 or more, Free £5 voucher when you spend £50 or more @ Argos

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back again , handy if your stocking up on Christmas Presents Free £10 voucher when you spend £100 or more Free £5 voucher when you spend £50 or more WITH ANY PURCHASE BETWEEN 9TH NOVEMBER AND 17… Read More
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7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago
back again , handy if your stocking up on Christmas Presents
Free £10 voucher when you spend £100 or more
Free £5 voucher when you spend £50 or more

WITH ANY PURCHASE BETWEEN 9TH NOVEMBER AND 17TH NOVEMBER
& REDEEM BETWEEN THE 9TH NOVEMBER AND 15TH DECEMBER
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#1
can you vouchers for 100 and get a 10er?
#2
Thanks :)
#3
What happens if you have to return the item? Do you keep the voucher (I presume you do). Thanks
#4
hatchman26
What happens if you have to return the item? Do you keep the voucher (I presume you do). Thanks

I'd of thought they need it back, if that was the case of you keeping it whats to stop people buying somethinf taking it back, then buying it again
1 Like #5
If you return item, the voucher goes with it. Otherwise they'll knock off the amount from the refund..

I'll get my coat...
3 Likes #6
Odd question - I've stuff reserved for collection totalling 99.97 - if I buy a carrier bag will that entitle me to the £10 voucher?
#7
damn!!! spent 400 yesterday!!!!
#8
But a good question.
3 Likes #9
Keefcat
Odd question - I've stuff reserved for collection totalling 99.97 - if I buy a carrier bag will that entitle me to the £10 voucher?
This question was asked a few weeks ago when this offer was last on here and the answer was no they do not count bags as a purchased item.
Personally I would just add a http://www.argos.co.uk/product/2827683 for 19p and if thats not in stock search galaxy chocolate or Maltesers



Edited By: paulandpam1 on Nov 09, 2016 09:43: .
#10
i spent 300 quid and never got £30 vouchers, you still only get £10 voucher

crap like
banned 1 Like #11
ZEbbEDY
i spent 300 quid and never got £30 vouchers, you still only get £10 voucher
crap like

Guess what? you don't have to buy from there like.
#12
just bought something for £55 yesterday! Arghh :@
1 Like #13
just took somthing back yesterday that i brought with my £10 voucher and they gave me another with expiry 2019 if anyones worried they wont use within 4wk expiry
#14
Dont forget these expire in 2-3 months as i found out
#15
Can't believe it - I just spent about £200 at Argos in the last week (starting the day after the last offer like this was on).
#16
violentj
can you vouchers for 100 and get a 10er?


no, as per rule 12 on their terms and conditions
#17
violentj
can you vouchers for 100 and get a 10er?


no as per rule 12 on their terms and conditions
#18
Oh well spent £199 yesterday ;( but got a good deal on Xbox one elite so not too worried this time
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#19
10% off everything in store? Hmm, OK but not that great.

Oh what's that? 10% off a £50 minimum spend and £100 maximum spend? Oh, so really not that good then?

Oh what's that? 10% off a £50 minimum spend and £100 maximum spend deferred until your next purchase, meaning it's actually less than 10%? So really, really not that useful then?

Oh what's that? 10% off a £50 minimum spend and £100 maximum spend deferred until your next purchase, meaning it's actually less than 10% WITH an expiry date meaning realistically you'd have to think of something else to buy in a separate transaction in the same trip or have to go out of your way to get BACK to Argos in a separate trip meaning the saving is even less because you'd have to include travel costs? So...how is this a deal again?

Edited By: drummerdickens on Nov 09, 2016 12:32
1 Like #20
drummerdickens
10% off everything in store? Hmm, OK but not that great.
Oh what's that? 10% off a £50 minimum spend and £100 maximum spend? Oh, so really not that good then?
Oh what's that? 10% off a £50 minimum spend and £100 maximum spend deferred until your next purchase, meaning it's actually less than 10%? So really, really not that useful then?
Oh what's that? 10% off a £50 minimum spend and £100 maximum spend deferred until your next purchase, meaning it's actually less than 10% WITH an expiry date meaning realistically you'd have to think of something else to buy in a separate transaction in the same trip or have to go out of your way to get BACK to Argos in a separate trip meaning the saving is even less because you'd have to include travel costs? So...how is this a deal again?

Many people will be buying from Argos already at this time of year so to get a voucher also is a bonus . Shouldn't be very difficult to use your voucher at this time of the year anyway even if you just buy Gift Wrap, Batteries, Sellotape etc . The deal is also more generous than Tesco Club card, Nectar or Morrisons more points.
Always going to get people that criticise whatever deal comes along and if you want to factor in travel costs you should do that with everything you buy, not just single out a trip to Argos.
#21
goldy12

Always going to get people that criticise whatever deal comes along and if you want to factor in travel costs you should do that with everything you buy, not just single out a trip to Argos.

Most deals don't potentially require two trips to benefit from it. I just don't think this is that good a deal. 10% off most items on this site don't go hot but for some reason this deal, a worse deal with LESS than 10% with specific criteria that must be met WITH an expiry date goes hot.

Similarly you say that you can get sellotape and wrapping paper. Do you think if the deal was worded as "Buy a £50 toy, get some wrapping paper" it would go hot? Do you honestly think a bit of wrapping paper and sellotape is worth the travel over buying from amazon?

This deal just is not that good.




Edited By: drummerdickens on Nov 09, 2016 13:32
#22
drummerdickens
goldy12

Always going to get people that criticise whatever deal comes along and if you want to factor in travel costs you should do that with everything you buy, not just single out a trip to Argos.
Most deals don't potentially require two trips to benefit from it. I just don't think this is that good a deal. 10% off most items on this site don't go hot but for some reason this deal, a worse deal with LESS than 10% with specific criteria that must be met WITH an expiry date goes hot.
Similarly you say that you can get sellotape and wrapping paper. Do you think if the deal was worded as "Buy a £50 toy, get some wrapping paper" it would go hot? Do you honestly think a bit of wrapping paper and sellotape is worth the travel over buying from amazon?
This deal just is not that good.
Well it's a better deal than any you have posted in the last four and a half years, and as the saying goes 'every little helps'
#23
I think this offer has been on before, but not sure.
#24
aliceb84
damn!!! spent 400 yesterday!!!!


Return it. But it again in £100 batches.
1 Like #25
Have they any deals on iTunes at the moment ? Used to have them around the same time.

If not anyone know any decent iTunes cards offers ?
#26
can you still get vouchers if buy online via topcashback?
#27
iz123456789
just bought something for £55 yesterday! Arghh :@

if it is not too much trouble return it and buy it again to get the voucher.

do remember you still need to use that voucher before it expires, so in the end, you might spend more money later with the voucher.
1 Like #28
paulandpam1
drummerdickens
goldy12

Always going to get people that criticise whatever deal comes along and if you want to factor in travel costs you should do that with everything you buy, not just single out a trip to Argos.
Most deals don't potentially require two trips to benefit from it. I just don't think this is that good a deal. 10% off most items on this site don't go hot but for some reason this deal, a worse deal with LESS than 10% with specific criteria that must be met WITH an expiry date goes hot.
Similarly you say that you can get sellotape and wrapping paper. Do you think if the deal was worded as "Buy a £50 toy, get some wrapping paper" it would go hot? Do you honestly think a bit of wrapping paper and sellotape is worth the travel over buying from amazon?
This deal just is not that good.
Well it's a better deal than any you have posted in the last four and a half years, and as the saying goes 'every little helps'

Eurgh why do people take this route. It's such a childish response to a completely fair discussion point.

I like this site and use it tremendously and I will comment when I don't think the content is that great. That's not unreasonable. Your point is absolutely not relevant to mine.

Edited By: drummerdickens on Nov 09, 2016 15:26
#29
and this thread is why I got a bonus £10 voucher when I bought an Xbox One Elite bundle this morning! :)

Expires 13/12/16
2 Likes #30
Just as a little help if someone is buying furniture, I just bought a sofa for £799 the other day and the code FURN20 took 20% off.
#31
Thanks op
1 Like #32
drummerdickens
10% off everything in store? Hmm, OK but not that great.

Oh what's that? 10% off a £50 minimum spend and £100 maximum spend? Oh, so really not that good then?

Oh what's that? 10% off a £50 minimum spend and £100 maximum spend deferred until your next purchase, meaning it's actually less than 10%? So really, really not that useful then?

Oh what's that? 10% off a £50 minimum spend and £100 maximum spend deferred until your next purchase, meaning it's actually less than 10% WITH an expiry date meaning realistically you'd have to think of something else to buy in a separate transaction in the same trip or have to go out of your way to get BACK to Argos in a separate trip meaning the saving is even less because you'd have to include travel costs? So...how is this a deal again?


Why do you have to have a separate trip just use the FREE money while you are already there.
#33
hatchman26
What happens if you have to return the item? Do you keep the voucher (I presume you do). Thanks

I bought 2 items for over £100, bought something with the £10 voucher and returned one of the original items for its full value. I'm not sure if you buy then return if you keep the £10 voucher if you haven't already used it.
#34
Good stuff
#35
good deal .
1 Like #36
violentj
can you vouchers for 100 and get a 10er?

WTF are you trying to say?
#37
Toon_army
hatchman26
What happens if you have to return the item? Do you keep the voucher (I presume you do). Thanks

I'd of thought they need it back, if that was the case of you keeping it whats to stop people buying somethinf taking it back, then buying it again


fair enough but I just thought that as it is Xmas season that many purchases will be gifts so you wouldn't necessarily give the 'free' £5/10 voucher with the gift but the recipient could still return the gift - presumably at the full rate.
#38
I just bought a Shark vacuum cleaner yesterday but didn't get any voucher - are you supposed to get an actual, physical voucher or is it printed on the receipt?
#39
geardown107
violentj
can you vouchers for 100 and get a 10er?
WTF are you trying to say?
I think its this kid https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G7RgN9ijwE4
#40
Keefcat
Odd question - I've stuff reserved for collection totalling 99.97 - if I buy a carrier bag will that entitle me to the £10 voucher?

That would be deception/fraud. I would not bother..

I'll get my coat...

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