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This is my 1st listing so be gentle. Official PS3 wirless headset £30at Littlewoods. £15 off with 1st online purchase codeZG134
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#1
Your first post is going to get cold with a littlewoods voucher ;-(
#2
Littlewoods = Big no no! lol
#3
What is the deal with everyone hating Littlewoods - are they really so bad??
#4
oh dear
#5
I used that code last week to get 2100 Microsoft points and they arrived yesterday so can't complain
#6
Does this mean the site is going to be flooded with another bunch of littlewoods "deals"?
#7
i used that code to get 2100 microsoft points for £7 then said i didn't get them lol :D

bump littlewoods for a change
banned#8
garbage456
they want there money a few months down the line



thats a myth , ive been waiting 4 years and not heard anything back from them , saved 100s in codes


heat added
#9
garbage456
they want there money a few months down the line


How do they reclaim vouchers? I bought something with a £30 voucher a couple of weeks ago and went through O.K., so how do they take the voucher back?
#10
Brrrrr
#11
thegroutch
they have a tendancy to reclaim discounts like this at a later date

Only if you MISUSE them - ie, use codes multiple times or use codes that weren't given to you personally (like the ones that get posted on here alot from peoples personal email offers)

garbage456
they want there money a few months down the line

Not true unless you've done the above, so long as people abide by the rules in the small print there is no problem - abuse the vouchers and expect to get re charged - its the customer who is in the wrong for being so greedy.
#12
Cold, do you ever knowledge that NEW POSTERS under 20 always seem to post littlewoods codes, then you never here from them again.
Just wondering if it a marketing thing, to get sales.
We could get the IP address of the computer there logging from and check if alway the same (grouping) IP..

I do give in to that fact that SOME do work but would only trust from BIG posters not new'be's

I was caught with one these vouchers, a friend I work with too and my sister. All first time littlewoods customer (and last)
When I recommend this site to people I not tell them watch for new posters with littlewoods codes.
#13
Come on you lot - fair enough Littlewoods do retract vouchers at the drop of a hat, but this one works at the moment so credit where credit is due - if you've never used them it's worth a punt as a first time customer.
Vote hot!
#14
kdweaver
Come on you lot - fair enough Littlewoods do retract vouchers at the drop of a hat, but this one works at the moment so credit where credit is due - if you've never used them it's worth a punt as a first time customer.
Vote hot!


Wonder if you too work for littlewoods?

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/7061767.stm (info off bbc while back)
#15
COLD bad practise by littlewoods, if codes are only meant for certain people make them unique to their accounts.Like most other companies do.
#16
guru_the
Wonder if you too work for littlewoods?

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/7061767.stm (info off bbc while back)


Cracking article that. I love how Littlewoods say "we are looking at a number of ways of ensuring this doesn't happen again". That was October 2007 - how difficult is it to implement individual coupons or codes?

Ridiculous marketing ploy and, while legal, shouldn't be.
#17
once_upon_a_tyne
Cracking article that. I love how Littlewoods say "we are looking at a number of ways of ensuring this doesn't happen again". That was October 2007 - how difficult is it to implement individual coupons or codes?

Ridiculous marketing ploy and, while legal, shouldn't be.


Why should they implement individual codes? If people can't be bothered to read the terms and conditions properly, I'm afraid that's their fault, not Littlewoods.
How is it a rediculous marketing ploy when they send a code to a specific customer for their personal use?
I call that a genuine discount.
The problem arises when they are mass circulated (without permission) on sites such as this one when people saw the code on another site or in an email and then post it for everyone to use.
In my opinion its sites like this that are as much to blame by continuing to allow them to be posted all this time later knowing the implications all too well.
Perhaps when users post a Littlewoods/Very etc voucher, it should be on the condition that the terms etc are also posted and where the code came from.
just so it's clear for people here are their terms and conditions for voucher/code use, I think they are very clear to understand, and if you have the code either in your hand (paper voucher) or a print out of an email sent to YOU (personally) from Littlewoods you shouldn't have anything to worry about.
Failing that then give them a quick call to check, it may save you some aggro later on.

2.3 Promotional codes are codes that enable customers to obtain benefits such as discounts, free delivery and free gifts. These codes are non-transferable so may only be used by the person to whom they are issued and must only be used in accordance with their terms and conditions of use. If you use a promotional code to claim a promotional benefit, you must first check that it was issued to you and that you are eligible to use it. By using it to claim a promotional benefit you will be confirming that:-

(i) you are entitled to use the code;
(ii) you meet all the conditions that apply to its use;
(iii) you agree to the terms set out below.

If, before accepting your order, we find that you are not entitled to use the code or do not meet all the terms and conditions of its use, we may reject your order or alternatively process it without the promotional benefit being applied. If, after accepting your order, we find that you were not entitled to use the code or did not meet all the terms and conditions of its use, we may reverse the benefit that you obtained. If you transacted on a cash basis e.g. by debit or credit card, we may take a further payment, equivalent to the value of the benefit obtained, from the card used. If you transacted on a credit basis, the value of the benefit obtained may be charged to your credit account.
#18
You've got a point - but I still think it's very very poor practise.

If the voucher is genuinely for an individual person, give them an individual code. That way no one else can use it. By leaving it the way it is (as they have done for years) they get thousands of extra orders, contact details to spam and then refunds to harvest.

It's rIdiculous to claim back a refund from a customer 2 months after purchase when the item can no longer be returned in a new state. If the voucher code was accepted/rejected during payment - fair play.

It's not actually an issue for me - I just wouldn't purchase from these clowns.
#19
once_upon_a_tyne
You've got a point - but I still think it's very very poor practise.

If the voucher is genuinely for an individual person, give them an individual code. That way no one else can use it. By leaving it the way it is (as they have done for years) they get thousands of extra orders, contact details to spam and then refunds to harvest.

It's rIdiculous to claim back a refund from a customer 2 months after purchase when the item can no longer be returned in a new state. If the voucher code was accepted/rejected during payment - fair play.

It's not actually an issue for me - I just wouldn't purchase from these clowns.


You also have very valid points, don't get me wrong I'm not trying to stick up for them as such, just trying to inject a bit of common sense into the thread, taking a few minutes to read terms etc is a bit of a no brainer really- or at least you'd think so...... especially if the discount would equate to alot of money, ie 25% off a £1000 purchase.
The bit about charging back 2 months later and not being able to return is indeed a fair point - and it's probably this that gets them most of their flack!
Remember this before you click that 'confirm order' button lol!
'If it looks to good to be true...it probably is!'

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