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Free £20 Argos voucher when you buy any iPad or Tablet £100 or more @ Argos

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http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Search/ID72/33006169/c_1/1|category_root|Technology|33006169/pp/50/q/GREAT+DEALS+ON+TABLET.htm?tag=ar:homepage:editorialrowone:slot2:promofreevoucherswithtabletsoveronehundred

Free £20 Argos voucher when you buy any iPad or Tablet £100 or more @ Argos

Includes free £10 voucher when you spend £100 or more. Subject to availability. Voucher redeemable by same method as purchase. For home delivery purchases, voucher codes will be supplied separately by email within 7 working days. Offer ends 28/05/2013.

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    jough
    jough10 months, 3 weeks ago #1Show comment tools Reply
    got £20 voucher today when buying the Dell XPS 10..
    peterfoster
    Updated link-
    http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Home.htm

    Edited By: peterfoster on May 22, 2013 13:31: Link correction.
    philjstephenson
    strange how the galaxy notes have gone back up from the offers they had on last week!
    helmethead
    Thanks. That makes the Nexus 7 3G a net £219 which beats the £229 at PC World using the O2 discount. Heat added.
    CallMeThePapa
    So if I bought an iPad 20 times, got the voucher and returned the iPads each time, would that make my 21st iPad free? By using all £20 vouchers?
    thekraken
    Why does it say iPad OR tablet?
    helmethead
    CallMeThePapa
    So if I bought an iPad 20 times, got the voucher and returned the iPads each time, would that make my 21st iPad free? By using all £20 vouchers?


    Rather unsuprisingly, no. Condition #17 of their general voucher promotion says:

    If all or some of the products are returned under the Argos 30-day money back guarantee... the free vouchers must be returned. If the voucher is not returned, the voucher amount will be deducted from the money refunded.
    Rock Kick-Ass
    Are any of the sub £150 tablets Argos have any good?

    Nook HD?
    CnM Touchpad??
    Lenovo Ideapad?
    UnoriginalGuy
    These Argos vouchers are really annoying.

    Basically when you get a voucher it will have two dates on it, a start date and end date, with about three weeks in between. They have specifically designed them so that as few people as possible redeem them, so be very careful about not letting your voucher expire.

    I strongly recommend that when your voucher arrives you add the dates and a reminder to your phone's calendar, or add a specific "event" for when you will spend the voucher within its validity period.

    Don't think you just have £10 in "cash" that you can just spend at Argos whenever you want. These vouchers don't last long but also don't start instantly.
    UnoriginalGuy
    Rock Kick-Ass
    Are any of the sub £150 tablets Argos have any good?

    Nook HD?
    CnM Touchpad??
    Lenovo Ideapad?


    Honestly there is nothing on there I'd want to own for under £150. They all have compromises: bad software (Samsung), bad build (CnM, Lenovo IdeaTab), walled gardens (Nook/Amazon Fire).

    I'd just save an extra £9 and get a Nexus 7 from Google's play store. The build quality AND software experience are both high quality, plus it isn't a walled garden in the sense that you can install any app store you want (Amazon, Google, et al). I've had two and have no regrets - well one regret, that I purchased a Samsung phone instead of a Nexus phone.
    topazz
    UnoriginalGuy

    walled gardens (Nook/Amazon Fire). '


    Not exactly true mate. A few days ago the Nook HD and HD+ received an official software update allowing full access to the google play store together with price reductions, thereby opening up gazillions of android apps. Given the acknowledged quality of the hardware the Nooks are at least now worthy of consideration. Friend of mine picked up a 16GB HD+ and for the money it is really sweet. Full 1920 x 1280 top quality screen. I'd buy one myself but i've more than enough tablets already.
    helmethead
    UnoriginalGuy

    I'd just save an extra £9 and get a Nexus 7 from Google's play store.


    Don't forget the delivery charge on the Play Store. £9.99 extra for most people so the Nexus 7 16GB costs £168.99 delivered from there. The 32GB is £208.99 delivered on the Play Store. At Argos it's £199.99 delivered (or collect) or £179.99 if you net the £20 of vouchers off it.
    Rock Kick-Ass
    Thanks for your input on the cheaper devices. The Nook HD+ still interests me (I was determined to get a Nook Color back in the day but the price difference between US and UK annoyed me too much!)

    Does anyone who has the Nook HD confirm that the Kindle app really works and you have full access to your Kindle books? I currently have a Kindle 3G and thinking of flogging it to get the Nook...
    jrussd
    Also interested in buying a Nook HD+ anyone know the cheapest place to buy one new or refurb?
    topazz
    jrussd
    Also interested in buying a Nook HD+ anyone know the cheapest place to buy one new or refurb?


    Try ebay (bide your time and a new, sealed unit will likely pop up) and cex (they have loads of 32GB at £155 pre-owned but come with a 12 month gtee and you've got seven days to return it under distance selling regs).

    With the microsdcard expansion the 16GB will usually do fine IMO. Worth noting that

    a) No camera or gps as it is intended to be a media consumption device.
    b) No side loading of apk's (apps) permitted, will only allow apps obtained from either the nook or google play stores.
    c) Can play/view Google' ebooks, movies and music and also the kindle app works fine.
    jrussd
    topazz
    jrussd
    Also interested in buying a Nook HD+ anyone know the cheapest place to buy one new or refurb?


    Try ebay (bide your time and a new, sealed unit will likely pop up) and cex (they have loads of 32GB at £155 pre-owned but come with a 12 month gtee and you've got seven days to return it under distance selling regs).

    With the microsdcard expansion the 16GB will usually do fine IMO. Worth noting that

    a) No camera or gps as it is intended to be a media consumption device.
    b) No side loading of apk's (apps) permitted, will only allow apps obtained from either the nook or google play stores.
    c) Can play/view Google' ebooks, movies and music and also the kindle app works fine.


    Thanks for that bit of info any idea if it has hdmi port?
    sotv
    sotv10 months, 3 weeks ago #17Show comment tools Reply
    Does anyone have the Skysports App (£4.99 a month subscription) from google play. working on the 3G Nexus 7 or the Nexus 10?
    Rock Kick-Ass
    jrussd
    Thanks for that bit of info any idea if it has hdmi port?


    No HDMI but you can get an adaptor from Nook to enable HDMI out... http://www.barnesandnoble.com/p/hdtv-adapter-kit-for-nook-hd-and-nook-hd/25468037?ean=9780594451648

    Not cheap though but great that it is available.
    Zuulan
    This will make the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1" £230, so tempting...
    thelittleman
    CallMeThePapa
    So if I bought an iPad 20 times, got the voucher and returned the iPads each time, would that make my 21st iPad free? By using all £20 vouchers?


    Give it a go, and let us know...

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