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premier league football tops further reduced till 17 april £20.00 @ Sports Direct

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#1
Nice find, heat! X)
#2
£4.99 to c&c - will these prices be available instore?
#3
£4.99 to c&c - will these prices be available instore?
#4
bresslaw73
£4.99 to c&c - will these prices be available instore?
Think if u c&c they give u a £5 voucher to spend ?
#5
And if you support rangers £15 for a top
#6
bresslaw73
£4.99 to c&c - will these prices be available instore?


Yes avalible instore aswell sorry
1 Like #7
Terrible after sales so make sure you get the correct size. Returns policy is awful. Recently tried to return faulty footwear that leaked after 4 hours use and was told that despite returning them in original box and bag that they wouldn't accept them as faulty because I couldn't produce the receipt.
#8
kford1984
And if you support rangers £15 for a top


..of which Rangers FC get approx 3p or something ludicrous.. but its Mike Ashley we're talking about....
1 Like #9
Mildoo
Terrible after sales so make sure you get the correct size. Returns policy is awful. Recently tried to return faulty footwear that leaked after 4 hours use and was told that despite returning them in original box and bag that they wouldn't accept them as faulty because I couldn't produce the receipt.


that's perfectly reasonable. How on earth do you think you can return an item without proof of purchase? How are they supposed to know you bought it from them? do you actually think a bag is sufficient evidence? m8, this is the most stupid thing I've read all day.
#10
mu1
Mildoo
Terrible after sales so make sure you get the correct size. Returns policy is awful. Recently tried to return faulty footwear that leaked after 4 hours use and was told that despite returning them in original box and bag that they wouldn't accept them as faulty because I couldn't produce the receipt.
that's perfectly reasonable. How on earth do you think you can return an item without proof of purchase? How are they supposed to know you bought it from them? do you actually think a bag is sufficient evidence? m8, this is the most stupid thing I've read all day.

It doesn't make any difference. I tried to return a faulty jacket with a receipt, tags etc and got nothing but a load of abuse from their staff. Awful, awful customer service. Once they have your money you have zero chance of getting it back regardless of whether your item is faulty or not in my experience.
#11
Gollywood
kford1984
And if you support rangers £15 for a top


..of which Rangers FC get approx 3p or something ludicrous.. but its Mike Ashley we're talking about....


I'm not a rangers fan nor support what he has done to them but just pointing out £15 for their top
#12
mu1
Mildoo
Terrible after sales so make sure you get the correct size. Returns policy is awful. Recently tried to return faulty footwear that leaked after 4 hours use and was told that despite returning them in original box and bag that they wouldn't accept them as faulty because I couldn't produce the receipt.
that's perfectly reasonable. How on earth do you think you can return an item without proof of purchase? How are they supposed to know you bought it from them? do you actually think a bag is sufficient evidence? m8, this is the most stupid thing I've read all day.
Have you ever heard of trust ? Just a mad notion but Maybe they could have taken my word for it and besides the faulty items were returned pristine but wet in the original box with sports direct labelling and in the sports direct bag in which they came. When I tried on and bought the shoes, I was naive enough to think that they'd be of satisfactory quality and therefore wouldn't need to retain my receipt. This was naive but I have learned my lesson. Only highlighting this so others can learn from it. Seems like I'm not the only one to have problems with sportsdirect returns policy.
#13
srp81
mu1
Mildoo
Terrible after sales so make sure you get the correct size. Returns policy is awful. Recently tried to return faulty footwear that leaked after 4 hours use and was told that despite returning them in original box and bag that they wouldn't accept them as faulty because I couldn't produce the receipt.
that's perfectly reasonable. How on earth do you think you can return an item without proof of purchase? How are they supposed to know you bought it from them? do you actually think a bag is sufficient evidence? m8, this is the most stupid thing I've read all day.

It doesn't make any difference. I tried to return a faulty jacket with a receipt, tags etc and got nothing but a load of abuse from their staff. Awful, awful customer service. Once they have your money you have zero chance of getting it back regardless of whether your item is faulty or not in my experience.


im not here defending SD. what I'm saying is there's no way he can complain if he doesn't have proof of purchase. there's policies that they have. like having a certain period after purchase where returns are eligible. if there's no receipt, not only do you not have proof that you bought it from the store, you also have no proof that it's only been a few days for the item to get damaged.
#14
Mildoo
mu1
Mildoo
Terrible after sales so make sure you get the correct size. Returns policy is awful. Recently tried to return faulty footwear that leaked after 4 hours use and was told that despite returning them in original box and bag that they wouldn't accept them as faulty because I couldn't produce the receipt.
that's perfectly reasonable. How on earth do you think you can return an item without proof of purchase? How are they supposed to know you bought it from them? do you actually think a bag is sufficient evidence? m8, this is the most stupid thing I've read all day.
Have you ever heard of trust ? Just a mad notion but Maybe they could have taken my word for it and besides the faulty items were returned pristine but wet in the original box with sports direct labelling and in the sports direct bag in which they came. When I tried on and bought the shoes, I was naive enough to think that they'd be of satisfactory quality and therefore wouldn't need to retain my receipt. This was naive but I have learned my lesson. Only highlighting this so others can learn from it. Seems like I'm not the only one to have problems with sportsdirect returns policy.


They don't know you, why should they trust you? ffs. the box does not mean anything. anyone can put the box in an old bag. if i purchase items from tesco and put it in a Sainsbury's bag, do you think Sainsbury's will let me get a refund? absolutely not. they'll ask for a receipt. this becomes much worse as you mentioned that it is wet and used and therefore they can't even resell it whether you believe it's pristine or not. you bought a cheap shoe from a cheap store. don't expect them to go over and beyond in terms of customer service. I'm all for consumer rights, but there's no way you can hold a corporation responsible because they don't trust you.
#15
Mildoo
mu1
Mildoo
Terrible after sales so make sure you get the correct size. Returns policy is awful. Recently tried to return faulty footwear that leaked after 4 hours use and was told that despite returning them in original box and bag that they wouldn't accept them as faulty because I couldn't produce the receipt.
that's perfectly reasonable. How on earth do you think you can return an item without proof of purchase? How are they supposed to know you bought it from them? do you actually think a bag is sufficient evidence? m8, this is the most stupid thing I've read all day.
Have you ever heard of trust ? Just a mad notion but Maybe they could have taken my word for it and besides the faulty items were returned pristine but wet in the original box with sports direct labelling and in the sports direct bag in which they came. When I tried on and bought the shoes, I was naive enough to think that they'd be of satisfactory quality and therefore wouldn't need to retain my receipt. This was naive but I have learned my lesson. Only highlighting this so others can learn from it. Seems like I'm not the only one to have problems with sportsdirect returns policy.
Shops can insist on a receipt to return goods if you simply change your mind.

If the goods are faulty or not fit for purpose the shops have no legal right to demand a receipt. Other proof like a credit card or bank statement can be used.

Legally you are entitled to a refund/repair/replacement wether there is a receipt or not.


Edited By: callum84 on Apr 12, 2017 08:18: .
#16
mu1
srp81
mu1
Mildoo
Terrible after sales so make sure you get the correct size. Returns policy is awful. Recently tried to return faulty footwear that leaked after 4 hours use and was told that despite returning them in original box and bag that they wouldn't accept them as faulty because I couldn't produce the receipt.
that's perfectly reasonable. How on earth do you think you can return an item without proof of purchase? How are they supposed to know you bought it from them? do you actually think a bag is sufficient evidence? m8, this is the most stupid thing I've read all day.
It doesn't make any difference. I tried to return a faulty jacket with a receipt, tags etc and got nothing but a load of abuse from their staff. Awful, awful customer service. Once they have your money you have zero chance of getting it back regardless of whether your item is faulty or not in my experience.

im not here defending SD. what I'm saying is there's no way he can complain if he doesn't have proof of purchase. there's policies that they have. like having a certain period after purchase where returns are eligible. if there's no receipt, not only do you not have proof that you bought it from the store, you also have no proof that it's only been a few days for the item to get damaged.
Store policies dont mean a thing when it comes to returning faulty goods.
#17
mu1
Mildoo
mu1
Mildoo
Terrible after sales so make sure you get the correct size. Returns policy is awful. Recently tried to return faulty footwear that leaked after 4 hours use and was told that despite returning them in original box and bag that they wouldn't accept them as faulty because I couldn't produce the receipt.
that's perfectly reasonable. How on earth do you think you can return an item without proof of purchase? How are they supposed to know you bought it from them? do you actually think a bag is sufficient evidence? m8, this is the most stupid thing I've read all day.
Have you ever heard of trust ? Just a mad notion but Maybe they could have taken my word for it and besides the faulty items were returned pristine but wet in the original box with sports direct labelling and in the sports direct bag in which they came. When I tried on and bought the shoes, I was naive enough to think that they'd be of satisfactory quality and therefore wouldn't need to retain my receipt. This was naive but I have learned my lesson. Only highlighting this so others can learn from it. Seems like I'm not the only one to have problems with sportsdirect returns policy.
They don't know you, why should they trust you? ffs. the box does not mean anything. anyone can put the box in an old bag. if i purchase items from tesco and put it in a Sainsbury's bag, do you think Sainsbury's will let me get a refund? absolutely not. they'll ask for a receipt. this becomes much worse as you mentioned that it is wet and used and therefore they can't even resell it whether you believe it's pristine or not. you bought a cheap shoe from a cheap store. don't expect them to go over and beyond in terms of customer service. I'm all for consumer rights, but there's no way you can hold a corporation responsible because they don't trust you.
Whether the item was cheap or not is irrelevant. The point is they weren't fit for purpose. You don't know me or the shop staff involved so your assumption that they don't know me is incorrect. As for your supermarket comparison, I understand what you're trying to say but these shoes were returned in the box with sports direct labelling making the likelihood of them having been bought in another store very unlikely. Anyway I was disappointed by their lack of willingness to treat a regular customer with some compromise so I'm just highlighting this so others too won't be disappointed by their poor customer service. Thank you for your contribution. You've helped spread the message.
#18
coleyboy99
bresslaw73
£4.99 to c&c - will these prices be available instore?
Yes avalible instore aswell sorry

At the top of desktop version of the deal's link:

"Selected colours/styles only. Max 20 per customer. Online only. Offer ends Monday 17th April at 23:59 (BST)."

Looks to be online only, unfortunately. I might still pop down and check out my local store though just in case. Oh, and just to keep the argument alive, I'm indifferent to Sports Direct and there management/ethics/return policies or whatever the problem is.

Edited By: buliztik on Apr 12, 2017 10:40
#19
Mildoo
mu1
Mildoo
mu1
Mildoo
Terrible after sales so make sure you get the correct size. Returns policy is awful. Recently tried to return faulty footwear that leaked after 4 hours use and was told that despite returning them in original box and bag that they wouldn't accept them as faulty because I couldn't produce the receipt.
that's perfectly reasonable. How on earth do you think you can return an item without proof of purchase? How are they supposed to know you bought it from them? do you actually think a bag is sufficient evidence? m8, this is the most stupid thing I've read all day.
Have you ever heard of trust ? Just a mad notion but Maybe they could have taken my word for it and besides the faulty items were returned pristine but wet in the original box with sports direct labelling and in the sports direct bag in which they came. When I tried on and bought the shoes, I was naive enough to think that they'd be of satisfactory quality and therefore wouldn't need to retain my receipt. This was naive but I have learned my lesson. Only highlighting this so others can learn from it. Seems like I'm not the only one to have problems with sportsdirect returns policy.
They don't know you, why should they trust you? ffs. the box does not mean anything. anyone can put the box in an old bag. if i purchase items from tesco and put it in a Sainsbury's bag, do you think Sainsbury's will let me get a refund? absolutely not. they'll ask for a receipt. this becomes much worse as you mentioned that it is wet and used and therefore they can't even resell it whether you believe it's pristine or not. you bought a cheap shoe from a cheap store. don't expect them to go over and beyond in terms of customer service. I'm all for consumer rights, but there's no way you can hold a corporation responsible because they don't trust you.
Whether the item was cheap or not is irrelevant. The point is they weren't fit for purpose. You don't know me or the shop staff involved so your assumption that they don't know me is incorrect. As for your supermarket comparison, I understand what you're trying to say but these shoes were returned in the box with sports direct labelling making the likelihood of them having been bought in another store very unlikely. Anyway I was disappointed by their lack of willingness to treat a regular customer with some compromise so I'm just highlighting this so others too won't be disappointed by their poor customer service. Thank you for your contribution. You've helped spread the message.


The reason why i mentioned that it's cheap is because they probably operate in a low profit margin and so essentially, they are cutting customer service in order to make things cheaper. it's pretty **** when you get into these types of situation but thats the nature of how they operate. They just won't do anything from the goodness of their heart as they don't rely on loyalty but cheapness. So that's why i said you can't really fault them for not accepting a return without proof of purchase.
#20
Mildoo
mu1
Mildoo
mu1
Mildoo
Terrible after sales so make sure you get the correct size. Returns policy is awful. Recently tried to return faulty footwear that leaked after 4 hours use and was told that despite returning them in original box and bag that they wouldn't accept them as faulty because I couldn't produce the receipt.
that's perfectly reasonable. How on earth do you think you can return an item without proof of purchase? How are they supposed to know you bought it from them? do you actually think a bag is sufficient evidence? m8, this is the most stupid thing I've read all day.
Have you ever heard of trust ? Just a mad notion but Maybe they could have taken my word for it and besides the faulty items were returned pristine but wet in the original box with sports direct labelling and in the sports direct bag in which they came. When I tried on and bought the shoes, I was naive enough to think that they'd be of satisfactory quality and therefore wouldn't need to retain my receipt. This was naive but I have learned my lesson. Only highlighting this so others can learn from it. Seems like I'm not the only one to have problems with sportsdirect returns policy.
They don't know you, why should they trust you? ffs. the box does not mean anything. anyone can put the box in an old bag. if i purchase items from tesco and put it in a Sainsbury's bag, do you think Sainsbury's will let me get a refund? absolutely not. they'll ask for a receipt. this becomes much worse as you mentioned that it is wet and used and therefore they can't even resell it whether you believe it's pristine or not. you bought a cheap shoe from a cheap store. don't expect them to go over and beyond in terms of customer service. I'm all for consumer rights, but there's no way you can hold a corporation responsible because they don't trust you.
Whether the item was cheap or not is irrelevant. The point is they weren't fit for purpose. You don't know me or the shop staff involved so your assumption that they don't know me is incorrect. As for your supermarket comparison, I understand what you're trying to say but these shoes were returned in the box with sports direct labelling making the likelihood of them having been bought in another store very unlikely. Anyway I was disappointed by their lack of willingness to treat a regular customer with some compromise so I'm just highlighting this so others too won't be disappointed by their poor customer service. Thank you for your contribution. You've helped spread the message.


the staff can't use their digression regardless of whether they know you or not. they have policies and instructions which they operate on. also like to stress that yes, maybe there's things like stickers that suggests it's from the store. yet it doesn't mean it's valid. similarly, when you are asked for an ID, there may be things that hint or show that you are the person you say you are but if it's not a valid ID, it won't be accepted.
#21
callum84
Mildoo
mu1
Mildoo
Terrible after sales so make sure you get the correct size. Returns policy is awful. Recently tried to return faulty footwear that leaked after 4 hours use and was told that despite returning them in original box and bag that they wouldn't accept them as faulty because I couldn't produce the receipt.
that's perfectly reasonable. How on earth do you think you can return an item without proof of purchase? How are they supposed to know you bought it from them? do you actually think a bag is sufficient evidence? m8, this is the most stupid thing I've read all day.
Have you ever heard of trust ? Just a mad notion but Maybe they could have taken my word for it and besides the faulty items were returned pristine but wet in the original box with sports direct labelling and in the sports direct bag in which they came. When I tried on and bought the shoes, I was naive enough to think that they'd be of satisfactory quality and therefore wouldn't need to retain my receipt. This was naive but I have learned my lesson. Only highlighting this so others can learn from it. Seems like I'm not the only one to have problems with sportsdirect returns policy.
Shops can insist on a receipt to return goods if you simply change your mind.

If the goods are faulty or not fit for purpose the shops have no legal right to demand a receipt. Other proof like a credit card or bank statement can be used.

Legally you are entitled to a refund/repair/replacement wether there is a receipt or not.



you're making it out as though there's a whole host of options. the bank statement is the only other option if the item is defected. in regards to policies, i was referring to the return period and by law that's 30 days. so the receipt or bank statement would be the only valid proof of purchase in the case of a defective item. clearly mildoo mentioned that he only presented the box and bag which gives no indication of proof of purchase or date of purchase.
1 Like #22
buliztik
coleyboy99
bresslaw73
£4.99 to c&c - will these prices be available instore?
Yes avalible instore aswell sorry
At the top of desktop version of the deal's link:
"Selected colours/styles only. Max 20 per customer. Online only. Offer ends Monday 17th April at 23:59 (BST)."
Looks to be online only, unfortunately. I might still pop down and check out my local store though just in case. Oh, and just to keep the argument alive, I'm indifferent to Sports Direct and there management/ethics/return policies or whatever the problem is.

Sorry, not to derail the bickering again but after a trip to my local Sports Direct I found that the same shirts are £30 in store so the deal is indeed online only. Please continue at each other's throats.
#23
mu1
callum84
Mildoo
mu1
Mildoo
Terrible after sales so make sure you get the correct size. Returns policy is awful. Recently tried to return faulty footwear that leaked after 4 hours use and was told that despite returning them in original box and bag that they wouldn't accept them as faulty because I couldn't produce the receipt.
that's perfectly reasonable. How on earth do you think you can return an item without proof of purchase? How are they supposed to know you bought it from them? do you actually think a bag is sufficient evidence? m8, this is the most stupid thing I've read all day.
Have you ever heard of trust ? Just a mad notion but Maybe they could have taken my word for it and besides the faulty items were returned pristine but wet in the original box with sports direct labelling and in the sports direct bag in which they came. When I tried on and bought the shoes, I was naive enough to think that they'd be of satisfactory quality and therefore wouldn't need to retain my receipt. This was naive but I have learned my lesson. Only highlighting this so others can learn from it. Seems like I'm not the only one to have problems with sportsdirect returns policy.
Shops can insist on a receipt to return goods if you simply change your mind.
If the goods are faulty or not fit for purpose the shops have no legal right to demand a receipt. Other proof like a credit card or bank statement can be used.
Legally you are entitled to a refund/repair/replacement wether there is a receipt or not.
you're making it out as though there's a whole host of options. the bank statement is the only other option if the item is defected. in regards to policies, i was referring to the return period and by law that's 30 days. so the receipt or bank statement would be the only valid proof of purchase in the case of a defective item. clearly mildoo mentioned that he only presented the box and bag which gives no indication of proof of purchase or date of purchase.
Did you perhaps work in retail?
The crap your spouting sounds like that of which an employer might drum into their employees.

The return period is not 30 days by law!

There is a 30 day period in which you can demand a refund for faulty goods and after that its at the retailers discretion.

You are still entitled by law to a repair or replacement after 30 days, receipt or no receipt.
Thats why if you try to return something faulty with no receipt they will only offer exchange or credit.

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