Ipod touch 8GB £175 @ Tesco but 2850 Clubcard points (worth 86£ in deals) < Speaker no longer included> + 4% Quidco + 10£ evoucher for future spendTesco direct - HotUKDeals
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A new deal with 86£ in deals via clubcard points and a Ipod speaker as well. Quidco will knock another 5 quid off.So all in all for 184 the touch with speaker and points.

*********Now Reduced to £175********
- gerrykiddy

Further you get an evoucher for 10 quid for future purchases
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#1
Sounds a good deal to me, I ordered one last week for just the points offer. Can I return it & get the speaker & points?
Madcow
#2
Yes you can
#3
bought from best buy comes in at £185 for the 32GB version (includes the 15% quidco cashback that has been tracked)
#4
2888 points, heat added thanks for the op x
#5
says 378 points now
#6
tommay
says 378 points now


comes up when you checkout
#7
ok, ta
#8
£20 cheaper at Amazon £169.00
#9
But you don't get the points and speaker at Amazon which makes this such a good deal. If you are not a Clubcard points user then gte Amazon deal is better, but for those of us that do this is a great deal, plus you get a free speaker too!
#10
Showing as 378 points for me (worth £3.78).
#11
trickyb1967
Showing as 378 points for me (worth £3.78).
try to read post N:6
#12
Good deal if you wait for the double points promotions.

Are these the latest generation in Ipod Touches ?
#13
They are indeed.
#14
Yes 4th Gen. I got one for a Christmas present when they were offering 1500 extra points but took it back for a refund (our local store has a 'Direct' desk), came home and ordered with 2500 extra points and the free speaker. Not convinced it is worth £25 but it's a free extra relevant present!
#15
Comet also have an offer £179 plus
Related offers
Free iPod speaker dock worth £39 and free charger worth £15
when you buy any iPod touch.
http://www.comet.co.uk/p/Apple-iPods/buy-APPLE-iPod-touch-8GB-4th-Gen-Apple-iPod/675750

Adrian
#16
Should also add that Quidco tracked at just over £7 as included the cost of the speaker (last time was under a fiver....)
#17
can you get free delivery from tesco or are you selecting collect from instore?
#18
It mentions video calling in the spec, from Touch to Touch - how does that work if there is no contract involved ?
#19
No free delivery collect in store only
#20
How do you convert 2878 clubcard points into £86?

Ah.. triple points, I thought they'd stopped that, double being the most they'll give now?

Very hot deal if this works out, as less the £86 + £7 from quidco, means the "gadget" is only £96!




Edited By: Shambolic on Dec 02, 2010 09:02: ??
#21
want to get one for my son, who wants it for apps, is 8 gb enough?
#22
I purchased the Ipod Touch and a new Ipod Nano, which also comes with 758 Clubcard points too.
Although I went to pick up my items on Tuesday and due to weather restrictions in Glasgow, it hadn't been delivered to store in time!!

Edited By: BrassM0nkey on Dec 02, 2010 09:00
#23
jonhoggy
It mentions video calling in the spec, from Touch to Touch - how does that work if there is no contract involved ?


It's the ipod FaceTime feature - and works over WiFi only - not 3G... obviously, the person you are video calling needs to have an ipod touch 4G or iphone 4G too!
#24
dorito
jonhoggy
It mentions video calling in the spec, from Touch to Touch - how does that work if there is no contract involved ?


It's the ipod FaceTime feature - and works over WiFi only - not 3G... obviously, the person you are video calling needs to have an ipod touch 4G or iphone 4G too!


ahhhhh right thanks for that, i'd need to buy two then !

Edited By: jonhoggy on Dec 02, 2010 09:19
#25
Shambolic
How do you convert 2878 clubcard points into £86?

Ah.. triple points, I thought they'd stopped that, double being the most they'll give now?

Very hot deal if this works out, as less the £86 + £7 from quidco, means the "gadget" is only £96!


£189 for iPod @ double points = 378 points. + 2,500 extra points for buying an iPod Classic or Touch (promo) = 2,878 points. If you then redeem these for Clubcard Deals at the new rate of 3p per point (used to be 4p per point) that comes out as £86.34.

Edited By: helmethead on Dec 02, 2010 09:24
#26
dorito
It's the ipod FaceTime feature - and works over WiFi only - not 3G... obviously, the person you are video calling needs to have an ipod touch 4G or iphone 4G too!


The Facetime app is also out for the Mac (beta).
#27
Avoid tesco delivery if you can. My ipod. package only in a plastic bag was swung and slammed down on to a hard surface with a right whack by the delivery man, it looked like it been through the mill a bit before that as well.

Edited By: cspiders on Dec 02, 2010 09:46
#28
im not up on the tesco clubcard thing....can you take ur card along to tescos and tell them to deduct whatever points you have off the price of ur weekly food shopping ? (e.g. like the nectar card at sainsbos)

Or is it, they give u vouchers for things that you usually dont want....?

Thanks
#29
Great News....and thanks to OP but Tesco have just reduced this to £175
#30
£189 for iPod @ double points = 378 points. + 2,500 extra points for buying an iPod Classic or Touch (promo) = 2,878 points. If you then redeem these for Clubcard Deals at the new rate of 3p per point (used to be 4p per point) that comes out as £86.34.


Don't really shop @ Tesco's, so how do you redeem points for club card deals ?
#31
Can some one point me to where it says triple clubcard points on tesco website
#32
just bought this and clubcard points came in @ 2850 not 2,878 !!

So how much is 2850 worth in vouchers again ??
#33
Basically 1 point = 1p so just divide it by 100 to get value in £'s i.e. £28.50

This is the value if you spend directly in store at the checkout, BUT if you use their Deals you can get 3x the value which equals £86.34.

Tesco are just changing their Deal and Clubcard rates at present and are always trying to get you to spend more money, but if you are regular shopper in their store its well worth saving up the vouchers for a Deal.
#34
£164 at Amazon plus if you join Amazons Audible books download service for £7.99 on a 12month contract you get £50 of electronic vouchers which you can use towards the ipod so that means you can get one for £114 :) oh and you can cancel the Adible books contract within the first 28 days and if you used the voucher you dont get your initial £7.99 back so ipod then comes in at £121.99
1 Like #35
3 x the value from 6 December used to be 4 x still a great deal
#36
Am thinking of getting one but not sure if the 8gb will be enough?

Are these any good?
What good Apps are on it....will i be able to plug it into most spaeakers (3.5 jack)?

Also when i click the link...can't see where the free speaker is?

LOADS of questions i know but would really appreciate if these were answered! :)
Have spent loads of time humming and haring whether to get one of these. What size. Should i save and get the IPhone4....Dilema and a half hey? Lol

Thanks :)x



Edited By: Babylove on Dec 02, 2010 13:19
1 Like #37
jagtag
im not up on the tesco clubcard thing....can you take ur card along to tescos and tell them to deduct whatever points you have off the price of ur weekly food shopping ? (e.g. like the nectar card at sainsbos)

Or is it, they give u vouchers for things that you usually dont want....?

Thanks


They post you vouchers every 3 months that you can use as cash instore or online. Not money-off products, cash off anything you buy. Like, as you say, Nectar in Sainsburys except it's paper vouchers and not swiping a card.

You get 2 points per £1 you spend, so in effect a 2% reward. However you can swap your paper vouchers for tokens to get money off things like holidays, theme park admission, car breakdown cover, and more. If you do this, you will get 3x the value - these are called "Clubcard Deals". They also do others on things like clothes or electrical goods from time to time (they are at the minute) and these are at 2x the face value.

So, a worked example. If you spend £250 on groceries at Tescos in a quarter then you will get at least 2x that in points, so 500 points. That's £5 off your next shop, or £15 if you trade them in for "deals" or £10 if they're running one of their double-up offers on clothing, etc.

They do also send you money off coupons and bonus point coupons in the mailing for stuff you might not want (or, then again, you might) and you also get vouchers printed off at the till from time to time. I seem to get quite a few vouchers for bonus points on mobile phone top-ups. Recently I had a voucher printed for 150 extra points for buying a £15 mobile top-up.

You can also collect points for buying online at Tesco entertainment (DVDs, CDs, games, etc), Tesco Direct and some other companies (like EON energy).

As an example of what you can get, my family are going on a week's boating holiday next year and we've paid for everything on Tesco "deals" vouchers.
#38
helmethead
jagtag
im not up on the tesco clubcard thing....can you take ur card along to tescos and tell them to deduct whatever points you have off the price of ur weekly food shopping ? (e.g. like the nectar card at sainsbos)Or is it, they give u vouchers for things that you usually dont want....?Thanks
They post you vouchers every 3 months that you can use as cash instore or online. Not money-off products, cash off anything you buy. Like, as you say, Nectar in Sainsburys except it's paper vouchers and not swiping a card.You get 2 points per £1 you spend, so in effect a 2% reward. However you can swap your paper vouchers for tokens to get money off things like holidays, theme park admission, car breakdown cover, and more. If you do this, you will get 3x the value - these are called "Clubcard Deals". They also do others on things like clothes or electrical goods from time to time (they are at the minute) and these are at 2x the face value.So, a worked example. If you spend £250 on groceries at Tescos in a quarter then you will get at least 2x that in points, so 500 points. That's £5 off your next shop, or £15 if you trade them in for "deals" or £10 if they're running one of their double-up offers on clothing, etc. They do also send you money off coupons and bonus point coupons in the mailing for stuff you might not want (or, then again, you might) and you also get vouchers printed off at the till from time to time. I seem to get quite a few vouchers for bonus points on mobile phone top-ups. Recently I had a voucher printed for 150 extra points for buying a £15 mobile top-up.You can also collect points for buying online at Tesco entertainment (DVDs, CDs, games, etc), Tesco Direct and some other companies (like EON energy).As an example of what you can get, my family are going on a week's boating holiday next year and we've paid for everything on Tesco "deals" vouchers.

Oh right, thanks very much for the info Helmethead! Much appreciated. Not sure I would make the best use of the 'clubcard deals' personally, so I guess this deal would not be one for me.

:)
#39
:p Gteat deal and im in!! dont understand the points - dont need to as wife will spend. But Thats her pressie sorted. And she gete some points

Thanks to the update as well £175 now.

By the way my son has one and he has 50 apps with some music and still bags of space left.
thanks to all for advice
#40
It's now showing as £175, with all the same points!! this deal just got better! Heat added 8)

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