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'Free carbon monoxide alarm' with details in Tuesday's (7 Jan) copy of the Daily Express worth £29.99 (in partnership with British Gas).

Full details, T&Cs on pages 31-34. Online subscription. Registration required. Subject to availability. Allow 28 days for delivery. 5000 units available on a 'first come, first served basis'.

Direct link: http://www.britishgas.co.uk/express

Carbon Monoxide is a highly poisonous gas that is very difficult to detect as you cannot see, smell or taste it. You may not be aware of its presence until it's too late
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75 Likes
No P&P!

http://www.britishgas.co.uk/express

You can thank me all later.

(_;)
30 Likes
If I bought this, I'm worried it would identify the Daily Express as the most toxic thing in my house!
26 Likes
essexgangsta
need one of these, nearly bought one off ebay the other day as the missus says she can smell gas from the fire in the lounge. No headaches etc but worth buying one just to keep her quiet.

if you can smell gas you DONT need one of these as this is a carbon monoxide alarm. Carbon monoxide is a colourless, odourless and tasteless gas, and thus it is not what your partner is smelling!

If you genuinely can smell gas then you need to sort it asap and deal with it tonight!
18 Likes
Joey Bloggsy
I'm sending someone else to the shop to buy it for me. ;)

You can hide your shame by hiding it inside a copy of Playboy.
13 Likes
karlie88
My guess is that there will be P&P costs involved.

I'll go for £6.99.

Is it higher or lower than a £6.99?!
http://static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2011/10/17/1318846916832/Bruce-Forsyth-host-of-ITV-007.jpg

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#1
Do you know how we get the detector? Do we have to send a voucher off and pay postage?
30 Likes #2
If I bought this, I'm worried it would identify the Daily Express as the most toxic thing in my house!
3 Likes #3
This is the 'free' device

http://www.britishgas.co.uk/content/britishgas/products-and-services/gas-and-electricity/gas-safety/carbon-monoxide-detector/_jcr_content/par/image.img.jpg/1359628411010.jpg

Edited By: m5rcc on Jan 06, 2014 21:31: Picture added
#4
spannerbaby
Do you know how we get the detector? Do we have to send a voucher off and pay postage?

No idea. Just saw it on TV.
2 Likes #5
I think you've made a mistake with the price of the Express. It's not 5p. Needs correcting.
#6
lowrieh1
I think you've made a mistake with the price of the Express. It's not 5p. Needs correcting.

It is 5p...
#7
lowrieh1
I think you've made a mistake with the price of the Express. It's not 5p. Needs correcting.

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BdU07ZYCAAANwst.jpg

Edited By: m5rcc on Jan 06, 2014 21:25
1 Like #8
I'm sending someone else to the shop to buy it for me. ;)
#9
need one of these, nearly bought one off ebay the other day as the missus says she can smell gas from the fire in the lounge. No headaches etc but worth buying one just to keep her quiet.
2 Likes #10
lowrieh1
m5rcc
lowrieh1
I think you've made a mistake with the price of the Express. It's not 5p. Needs correcting.

It's been 5p for a while (apparently)....


Sorry, my mistake. Nice little bonus then, a Carbon Monoxide alarm for a 5p spend. Outstanding. X)

Ha! You were right actually. Saw the big 5p on top left, but it's 5p cheaper than Daily Mail.
2 Likes #11
Says still 5p cheaper than The Daily Mail. I think it is 55p, still a good deal though.
1 Like #12
hot

have one already. with two kids in the house makes things like this even more important and anyone without already is should wise up

silent killer
2 Likes #13
essexgangsta
need one of these, nearly bought one off ebay the other day as the missus says she can smell gas from the fire in the lounge. No headaches etc but worth buying one just to keep her quiet.

i think you should get out now to a 24hr supermarket! and get one ..
#14
Great deal. Thanks for sharing.
1 Like #15
Would like to know if you have to pay postage, how we go about claiming it. sounds too good to be true!
#16
m5rcc
lowrieh1
m5rcc
lowrieh1
I think you've made a mistake with the price of the Express. It's not 5p. Needs correcting.

It's been 5p for a while (apparently)....[/quote

Sorry, my mistake. Nice little bonus then, a Carbon Monoxide alarm for a 5p spend. Outstanding. X)

Ha! You were right actually. Saw the big 5p on top left, but it's 5p cheaper than Daily Mail.
m5rcc
lowrieh1
m5rcc
[quote=lowrieh1] I think you've made a mistake with the price of the Express. It's not 5p. Needs correcting.

It's been 5p for a while (apparently)....

Sorry, my mistake. Nice little bonus then, a Carbon Monoxide alarm for a 5p spend. Outstanding. X)

Ha! You were right actually. Saw the big 5p on top left, but it's 5p cheaper than Daily Mail.

55p for a £29.99 Carbon Monoxide alarm is still an outstanding offer. Bring on tomorrow. :D
#17
If I have read the front page correctly the price of the paper is 55p, (shown on the right side of the header) and is 5p cheaper than the Daily Mail (Shown on the left side of the paper with the 5p shown larger than most other text on the page and surrounded by a red circle)
#18
essexgangsta
need one of these, nearly bought one off ebay the other day as the missus says she can smell gas from the fire in the lounge. No headaches etc but worth buying one just to keep her quiet.

if you don't sort this asap you are a proper bottom feeder!!!
#19
Thos one seems better than mine so il grab this thanks
2 Likes #20
My guess is that there will be P&P costs involved.

I'll go for £6.99.
#21
essexgangsta
need one of these, nearly bought one off ebay the other day as the missus says she can smell gas from the fire in the lounge. No headaches etc but worth buying one just to keep her quiet.
You may not get a headache, if you're being serious go and buy one now.
#22
Eden0032
Would like to know if you have to pay postage, how we go about claiming it. sounds too good to be true!

You give a dog a bone...
#23
Been on about 1 of these

bet you have to pay £5 post and packaging
13 Likes #24
karlie88
My guess is that there will be P&P costs involved.

I'll go for £6.99.

Is it higher or lower than a £6.99?!
http://static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2011/10/17/1318846916832/Bruce-Forsyth-host-of-ITV-007.jpg
1 Like #25
kwh
essexgangsta
need one of these, nearly bought one off ebay the other day as the missus says she can smell gas from the fire in the lounge. No headaches etc but worth buying one just to keep her quiet.
You may not get a headache, if you're being serious go and buy one now.

If your wife can smell gas then I'd do 2 things:

1. Check no one is suffering from excess flatulence in your household.
2. Ring this emergency number: http://www.britishgas.co.uk/help-and-advice/contactus-personal-details/emergency-numbers.html
#26
looks like it says something like 'on-line subscription' ?
#27
retrogeezer
looks like it says something like 'on-line subscription' ?

And 'registration required'
#28
m5rcc
retrogeezer
looks like it says something like 'on-line subscription' ?

And 'registration required'

And 5000 available

Maybe not such a good deal after all
26 Likes #29
essexgangsta
need one of these, nearly bought one off ebay the other day as the missus says she can smell gas from the fire in the lounge. No headaches etc but worth buying one just to keep her quiet.

if you can smell gas you DONT need one of these as this is a carbon monoxide alarm. Carbon monoxide is a colourless, odourless and tasteless gas, and thus it is not what your partner is smelling!

If you genuinely can smell gas then you need to sort it asap and deal with it tonight!
#30
Mike73
And 5000 available

Maybe not such a good deal after all

Well they're not going to supply one for each and every UK household are they?! Jeez! oO
3 Likes #31
Gotta feel for the paperboys up and down the country tomorrow, these will never go through the letterbox
#32
m5rcc
Mike73
And 5000 available

Maybe not such a good deal after all

Well they're not going to supply one for each and every UK household are they?! Jeez! oO

No, but along with the On-line Subscription and registration required, I suspect this isn't a case of spending 55p on the paper and getting a free CO detector.
#33
Mike73
m5rcc
Mike73
And 5000 available

Maybe not such a good deal after all

Well they're not going to supply one for each and every UK household are they?! Jeez! oO

No, but along with the On-line Subscription and registration required, I suspect this isn't a case of spending 55p on the paper and getting a free CO detector.

Do as I will be doing tomorrow: read the T&Cs at the newsagent!
18 Likes #34
Joey Bloggsy
I'm sending someone else to the shop to buy it for me. ;)

You can hide your shame by hiding it inside a copy of Playboy.
#35
karlie88
kwh
essexgangsta
need one of these, nearly bought one off ebay the other day as the missus says she can smell gas from the fire in the lounge. No headaches etc but worth buying one just to keep her quiet.
You may not get a headache, if you're being serious go and buy one now.

If your wife can smell gas then I'd do 2 things:

1. Check no one is suffering from excess flatulence in your household.
2. Ring this emergency number: http://www.britishgas.co.uk/help-and-advice/contactus-personal-details/emergency-numbers.html

If you ring that emergency number, someone will come out, "make your installation safe" (this is a euphemism for "disconnect the gas") and tell you to get it fixed. Cut out the middleman and get the fire serviced.
1 Like #36
We smelt an odour in our house near the meter and something on it needed changing as there was a very small leak from it.

Edited By: cavegirl12 on Jan 06, 2014 22:08: odour smell
#37
essexgangsta
need one of these, nearly bought one off ebay the other day as the missus says she can smell gas from the fire in the lounge. No headaches etc but worth buying one just to keep her quiet.
this doesn't detect gas.. get a gas alarm
#38
Subscription sounds as if it will be for their app. If the "free" co2 alarm is dependant on a years subscription then its £64
#39
essexgangsta
need one of these, nearly bought one off ebay the other day as the missus says she can smell gas from the fire in the lounge. No headaches etc but worth buying one just to keep her quiet.

What's it smell like cooking gas smell or heinz? If it's Heinzy or cabbagy/sulphurous then it may be your bottom.
#40
noeltech2000
this doesn't detect gas.. get a gas alarm

Indeed - like one of these

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