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HOTPOINT HUE61K S Electric Cooker £242.00 with code @ Tesco Direct

£242.00 @ Tesco Direct
Ive just found this freestanding hotpoint cooker for £242 at Tesco Direct with free recycling! Cheapest I can see everywhere else is AO having it at £386. I also used the 10% discount off free standin… Read More
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Ive just found this freestanding hotpoint cooker for £242 at Tesco Direct with free recycling! Cheapest I can see everywhere else is AO having it at £386. I also used the 10% discount off free standing hotpoint which gave me an extra £26 off! Now I've just got to convince my husband for a brand new kitchen to go with it!

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#1
Whats the 10% code please?
#2
Save 10% on selected Hotpoint and Indesit Freestanding Large Kitchen Appliances with eCoupon TD-GHTW
#3
Just purchased !
Thanks
1 Like #4
Spent most of the day searching the net for a new cooker after hob cracked on previous one last night. Purchased. Perfect timing. Heat added.
1 Like #5
This is a fantastic price for this quality of cooker. Sure it's not induction top, but for a double oven, ceramic top and programmable timer this is exceptionally cheap.
1 Like #6
l_hunter1
Spent most of the day searching the net for a new cooker after hob cracked on previous one last night. Purchased. Perfect timing. Heat added.


I have this cooker. Prepare yourself for the annoying knobs which are in a bizarre order and labelled underneath the knobs which is sooo annoying. But apart from that it's a great cooker.
1 Like #7
Had this in white for a few years now, been eyeing up the black recently, fabulous price, made even better by the fact I had £65 in Clubcard vouchers that I'd forgotten about!.... so £177.10 for me.... Woo-Hoo!! Thanks muchly OP! :)<3
#8
Thank you! Ordered and had 9.00 clubcard vouchers on my account too, so a great price :3
#9
Ideal, comes to under £240 if you count the clubcard points! Bought.
#10
thanks ordered different model with installation and recycling great prices comes on time
1 Like #11
I can't believe how quickly they rang to arrange delivery! My old gas cooker is still installed and my kitchen isn't finished, so arranged delivery for bank holiday weekend.My cooker I have now lasted 23 and a half years. Sad to see it go, but with the door now almost hanging off, what a better time to have found a bargain :3
#12
shame, neee a gas one and at 50 to 55cm
#13
£369.00 :(
1 Like #14
Mine was delivered half an hr ago, all in place, looks fabulous, oooooh I'm delighted! :D
Thanks again OP, much appreciate your post...otherwise I'd have missed out big time! <3
#15
Pinksparkles1973
Mine was delivered half an hr ago, all in place, looks fabulous, oooooh I'm delighted! :D Thanks again OP, much appreciate your post...otherwise I'd have missed out big time! <3

Thanks for the update. Did they install it too-I still have to sort this out.As my old cooker is Gas, I couldn't get the service from them.Mine is due on Sunday :D
1 Like #16
traveler
Thanks for the update. Did they install it too-I still have to sort this out.As my old cooker is Gas, I couldn't get the service from them.Mine is due on Sunday :D


Hi, no my hubby connected ours, so didn't need to book them to do it.... hope your delivery on Sunday is efficient as mine was, and hope you get it connected ok and get cooking with it in no time! :D

Edited By: Pinksparkles1973 on May 25, 2017 21:02: .
1 Like #17
Pinksparkles1973
Hi, no my hubby connected ours, so didn't need to book them to do it.... hope your delivery on Sunday is efficient as mine was, and hope you get it connected ok and get cooking with it in no time! :D

Thanks-can't wait!
#18
Well I've just received mine and delivery and cooker, brilliant
#19
Pinksparkles1973
traveler
Thanks for the update. Did they install it too-I still have to sort this out.As my old cooker is Gas, I couldn't get the service from them.Mine is due on Sunday :D
Hi, no my hubby connected ours, so didn't need to book them to do it.... hope your delivery on Sunday is efficient as mine was, and hope you get it connected ok and get cooking with it in no time! :D
if he's not qualified you could run in to issues if it blows up, as they'll possibly ask for an installation certificate before fixing / replacing it if under warranty

(I am aware that it's a 30 second job to install it)

we've just had a new cooker fitted by an electrician because were told the 5yr warranty might be void without an installation certificate, most likely wont be an issue but if they want to be awkward they can be

it was quite painful paying someone 30 quid for a 30 second job that I could easily do blindfolded but probably worth it for the proof of installation

Edited By: dataload on May 28, 2017 12:15
#20
dataload
if he's not qualified you could run in to issues if it blows up, as they'll possibly ask for an installation certificate before fixing / replacing it if under warranty(I am aware that it's a 30 second job to install it)we've just had a new cooker fitted by an electrician because were told the 5yr warranty might be void without an installation certificate, most likely wont be an issue but if they want to be awkward they can beit was quite painful paying someone 30 quid for a 30 second job that I could easily do blindfolded but probably worth it for the proof of installation

Did the electrician supply the cable included in that, as this cooker doesn't appear to have one with it (sorry if that's obvious, I've never had electric before). Thanks.
1 Like #21
dataload
if he's not qualified you could run in to issues if it blows up, as they'll possibly ask for an installation certificate before fixing / replacing it if under warranty(I am aware that it's a 30 second job to install it)we've just had a new cooker fitted by an electrician because were told the 5yr warranty might be void without an installation certificate, most likely wont be an issue but if they want to be awkward they can beit was quite painful paying someone 30 quid for a 30 second job that I could easily do blindfolded but probably worth it for the proof of installation


My hubby is an electrician! :D<3
1 Like #22
traveler
Did the electrician supply the cable included in that, as this cooker doesn't appear to have one with it (sorry if that's obvious, I've never had electric before). Thanks.

cable was £5 extra, so £25 if there's one already but I had quotes from £25 to £100, our new one was £700+ but it's still didn't come with a cable

£5 for cable seems to be the going rate as I contacted several for prices, he supplied it as I couldn't be bothered finding my roll in the garage

like I said it hopefully wont be an issue not having a certificate / receipt from a qualified electrician if you're doing a basic warranty claim but it's a risk

another reason to get it fitted with proof is that if there was a fire in your house started by your cooker, your house insurance company would want to know who fitted it and would possibly require proof

saying "my uncle gav" wouldn't look good if you had a large insurance claim

I have a few qualified electrician mates but they were all busy so found one on yell.com , just go there and search for some in your area, text 5-10 of them and ask for a price with a proper receipt / certificate of installation
#23
dataload
cable was £5 extra, so £25 if there's one already but I had quotes from £25 to £100, our new one was £700+ but it's still didn't come with a cable£5 for cable seems to be the going rate as I contacted several for prices, he supplied it as I couldn't be bothered finding my roll in the garagelike I said it hopefully wont be an issue not having a certificate / receipt from a qualified electrician if you're doing a basic warranty claim but it's a riskanother reason to get it fitted with proof is that if there was a fire in your house started by your cooker, your house insurance company would want to know who fitted it and would possibly require proofsaying "my uncle gav" wouldn't look good if you had a large insurance claimI have a few qualified electrician mates but they were all busy so found one on yell.com, just go there and search for some in your area, text 5-10 of them and ask for a price with a proper receipt / certificate of installation

Thanks :D
#24
Pinksparkles1973
My hubby is an electrician! :D<3

Hi, would you mind asking your husband what size cable he used please? The manual says at least 6mm the back of the cooker says 10mm. I'm going to supply my own as I'm getting prices including the 6mm and quite extortionate for 10mm so will supply it myself as finding it way cheaper and will just get them to fit it. Thanks :3
1 Like #25
Hi, it's 10mm :D
1 Like #26
Pinksparkles1973
Hi, it's 10mm :D

Thanks (y)
#27
lollipops123
Save 10% on selected Hotpoint and Indesit Freestanding Large Kitchen Appliances with eCoupon TD-GHTW


i cant get the 2 codes to work together
#28
When u click the cooker it comes as £429
#29
The deal is now over. Well my cooker is now up and running and it's brilliant :D

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