Hotpoint Vented Tumble Dryer (TVM570P) - £149.99 delivered at Best Buy - HotUKDeals
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Hotpoint Tumble Dryer
Bestbuy - £149.99
delivery free
Quidco cashback- £22.50

Works Out at £127.49

Comet £179
John Lewis £159
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#1
not allowed to include quidco in your deal price m8-still cheap at 149.99 tho
#2
Suggest you change the price to the pre-Quidco price as it's nor guaranteed.
You can put £127 after Quidco in title though.
This may save you some cold votes.

Cheers
Simon
[mod]#3
Thanks for your post :) I've added a price and a retailer name to your title, we always try to include these details when posting deals.

As mentioned above, quidco not guaranteed and so we do not include this as the actual price.
#4
Ive just tried buying this, I get to checkout but everytime it tries to authorise payment, it says there is a problem with the order.

Is there a problem with the site? Surely using two diffrent cards cant mean its a problem this end?

Any help app. :)
1 Like #5
This is c-rated
been doing some calculation each cycle if used to its maximum capacity of 7kg's will cost about 47p inc vat (5%) per cycle based on an average tariff of 11.1p khw
A-rated tumble dryers wil do it at about half that cost, but cost 3 times as much or more, unlikely to get a return on your money over the dryers lifetime if you buy a a-rated machine.
#6
Ordered via Quidco. Waiting for a deal on a tumbler for some weeks.
#7
Ordered this last weekend, delivery for last friday. They never showed up...
They'll be getting a call tom, hopefully they sort it.
#8
still wont let me order. Grr :(
#9
tahir_owen
This is c-rated
been doing some calculation each cycle if used to its maximum capacity of 7kg's will cost about 47p inc vat (5%) per cycle based on an average tariff of 11.1p khw
A-rated tumble dryers wil do it at about half that cost, but cost 3 times as much or more, unlikely to get a return on your money over the dryers lifetime if you buy a a-rated machine.


A good post, and the reason why I bought a cheap C rated vented rather than a condensor 4x price.
#10
This company gets really bad reviews at topcashback

Reviews

Dont expect your cashback to go through or even for them to accept your order if you click through a cashback site. Still a good price but i would rather pay £5 more at Dixons. Will expect there 3.53% cashback to track which makes it about the same price.
#11
John Locke
This company gets really bad reviews at topcashback

Reviews

Dont expect your cashback to go through or even for them to accept your order if you click through a cashback site. Still a good price but i would rather pay £5 more at Dixons. Will expect there 3.53% cashback to track which makes it about the same price.


Ty so much for your post, I have been having the problems as like scores of other people seem to have reading the comments there.

I'm glad really that payment has failed, I will now look at getting this dryer elsewhere....
#12
maybe they should change "Best Buy" to "Less than Moderate buy" :p
#13
Best buy - worst customer service ever. Bought £600 fridge freezer from them. Said it had ice/water dispenser- it didn't. Asked for a refund day after delivery. HDN finally picked it up a month later. Still no refund 1 month after pick up. Customer service are a bad joke.Endless emails and costly calls (mostly on hold). Failed pick up dates. Numerous promises to ring me back (they never do). Visa investigating. Worst buying experience i have ever had. Do not use these cowboys !
#14
Fifth Best Buy is more about computer equipment (or should be), I don't know why their getting involved with kitchen applicances, I mean you dont go to a best buy megamarket to buy a Toaster! or do you...... hmmmmmmm


Edited By: tahir_owen on Jan 18, 2011 00:22: typo
#15
Well, I bought a fridge/freezer on sunday via quidco...the f/f turned up today and quidco has tracked at £60!

...have to measure up when I get home but will probably go for this later...going for the graphite one (_;)
#16
I bought a condenser tumble dryer from them the other day, and it arrived today. Had a couple of calls informing me of the delivery time, and arrived at 7.30am which was handy as I didn't need to take any time off work. Took away an old machine for free as well. HDN must really start early as the guys said I was their 4th delivery of the day!

However, the 20% Quidco never tracked and I've had to raise it with Quidco. In all my years of using it I've never had anything not even track before.

Still, it was a good price anyway.

Oh, and Best Buy's email customer service is flaky. The fields on their webform for order number etc don't seem to make their way through to the advisors, just the main body of the text, so they didn't have a record of my order no. When they replied asking for my details, I did and I received yet another reply today saying I just sent them a blank email and to reply again.

IT problems over at Best Buy it seems ;-)



Edited By: techno12 on Jan 20, 2011 00:48
#17
Just in case anyone is checking this after its expired:

Ordered on 09 Jan 11 expected £22.50 cashback
Quidco Tracked 27 Feb 11
Quidco Paid 01 May 11

Although late, i didnt have to send in an inquiry

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