HP Pavilion dv6-3112sa Entertainment Laptop PC delivered with code £404 and quidco for £372.67 (poss £222.67 with trade in) @ HP online - HotUKDeals
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Good price for a decent entry level laptop.

Use the voucher code - NEXTMAR10 to drop price to £404 and use quidco to drop price further to £372

If you have a old (up to five years old) working laptop hanging around you dont need then use HP's trade in programe to get another £150 off by cashback !!! brings the price down to £222 for this new laptop !!!

Specs include


Featuring Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium for a superior digital entertainment experience
An Intel Core i3 350M processor for incredible performance
3GB memory for strong system performance & running multiple applications
320 GB Hard Drive for storing all your digital files
39.6 cm (15.6") High-Definition LED HP BrightView Display
The latest ATI Mobility Radeon 5470 graphics, with 512MB dedicated memory
Finished in stylish Black Cherry with Link pattern
Create silkscreen-quality disc labels with LightScribe, watch movies and more with the Double Layer SuperMulti DVD±RW
1 year, pick-up and return, warranty. Optional upgrade to 3 years accidental damage cover for peace of mind
Featuring Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and an Integrated Webcam & Microphone, ideal for social networking and communications
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#1
You may want to consider mentioning quidco in the title.

I bought this the last time around and for £222 - assuming quidco pays out and a knackered old Dell it seems a bargain.

The keyboard takes some getting used to but apart from that I am very happy with it.
#2
Cheers NeilC will amend title
#3
Great deal!
#4
how long do you need to wait for the trade in cash ?
#5
Anyone know the list of Official HP retailers?

Whats the cheapest 13.3" i3 laptop with dedicated graphics???
#6
I would go for this if the trade in is garanteed but having the condition of the trade in to be less than 5 years old. How do you prove the laptop is less than 5 years old? Receipt of purchase ? I no longer have my receipt. Or do they go by when the model is released? Shelf life for laptop can be up to 2 years. I would prefer if they offer the trade-in when buying. Not after!
#7
This looks a good little machine.
Cashback and discounts make it
even better. Hot.
#8
Also, with nothing to trade in, the deal on hukdeal for the samsung q330 seems much better deal! Overall better laptop and you don't have to risk quidco too.
#9
I've just bought one of these via Topcashback which claims 6.06% cashback against Quidco's claimed 6%, however in my experience you will probably only get this on the nett purchase amount before VAT.

10% Discount code worked fine so thanks to OP - heat added.

Got a 2007 Fujitsu-Siemens laptop that is constantly running hot. Already replaced a crashed HD last year so I think it's on its way out.

I hope the cashback process works, but HP are saying allow up to 56 days to receive your cashback, plus the claim deadline is at the end of May 2011, so be aware you need to get in quick.

If it all works out then a new i3 laptop for around £230 will be great!!
#10
chappie172
I would go for this if the trade in is garanteed but having the condition of the trade in to be less than 5 years old. How do you prove the laptop is less than 5 years old? Receipt of purchase ? I no longer have my receipt. Or do they go by when the model is released? Shelf life for laptop can be up to 2 years. I would prefer if they offer the trade-in when buying. Not after!


this bugs me aswell . would like to go for it as the laptop I have is not UK model, but the longs cash back and after trade-in worries me .
#11
dstarastins
how long do you need to wait for the trade in cash ?

I shipped my old one a week ago & not even had a receipt acknowledgement yet..
#12
Mmmm, might try this, thanks OP
#13
a working laptop thats less than 5 years old would generally be worth at least 100 quid... plus you need to post the laptop to them which usually costs around 20 pounds.... putting it on ebay would probably get most of the cash back from you rather than risk taking it to HP.
#14
Is this capable of playing games like (not on high -high but only on enjoyable settings) wow, Cod4, Portal?
#15
It states that HP will also contribute £10 towards postage as well as on the website
Tradeup to hp website

Their website states
Provided everything matches your description, we'll send you £150 for your old Notebook or £75 for your old Netbook via bank transfer, plus £10 to help with your postage costs.


I also emailed them to query about my laptop as it was bought approximately 4 years ago new, their reply was

If you bought it brand new 4 years ago it will be fine. We are not able to tell based on the model exactly how old it is but we are quite lenient with the 5 year limit. As long as the computer is in decent working condition we would value it at £150.


Yes they state about reducing the amount paid if there are problems but it sounds fair to me so I am giving it a go...


Edited By: Pjcity on Mar 15, 2011 20:46
#16
Just to advise, the laptop has shipped and the code has worked and the quidco has tracked also... So far so good !!!
#17
What's the email or web-address for asking those sort of questions?
I was wondering what they meant by a working battery. My one lasts a few minutes at best, does that qualify?
Cheers in advance

Pjcity
It states that HP will also contribute £10 towards postage as well as on the website
Tradeup to hp website

Their website states
Provided everything matches your description, we'll send you £150 for your old Notebook or £75 for your old Netbook via bank transfer, plus £10 to help with your postage costs.

I also emailed them to query about my laptop as it was bought approximately 4 years ago new, their reply was

If you bought it brand new 4 years ago it will be fine. We are not able to tell based on the model exactly how old it is but we are quite lenient with the 5 year limit. As long as the computer is in decent working condition we would value it at £150.

Yes they state about reducing the amount paid if there are problems but it sounds fair to me so I am giving it a go...

#19
Took a quick look on the TradeUp website and went through the Part Ex Calculator.

For a Netbook (Samsung) it offers £75 but a Notebook is £150.

Edited By: Zico on Mar 16, 2011 01:34
#20
Even if the laptop was reduced to 50p I still wouldn't buy it. HP have made many laptops in the past riddled with problems and their customer service is awful.

Stay clear of HP and Compaq!

Edited By: imoneofthem on Mar 16, 2011 08:48
#21
Code still working ???
Not for me
#22
Does anyone have a working code?
#23
It appears the code's expired although that promotion was supposed to run until 28-Mar. Pity, I'd have gone for this if the code was working.
banned#24
imoneofthem
Even if the laptop was reduced to 50p I still wouldn't buy it. HP have made many laptops in the past riddled with problems and their customer service is awful.

Stay clear of HP and Compaq!

Dell are an absoulte shambles so there's not many makes left?
#25
Anyone have a discount code? REALLY wanted to buy this!

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