PS3 SLIM - £215.60 @ ADDITIONS (WITH VOUCHER AND QUIDCO (£198.00), ONLY TAKES DISCOUNTED AMOUNT- NOT REFUNDED) - HotUKDeals
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PS3 SLIM - £215.60 @ ADDITIONS (WITH VOUCHER AND QUIDCO (£198.00), ONLY TAKES DISCOUNTED AMOUNT- NOT REFUNDED)

£215.60 @ Woolworths
yea i know everyone hates additions vouchers, but this ones different. with this they only take the discounted amount, and dont do the usual... debit full amount and refund the discount. so use xx… Read More
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7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
yea i know everyone hates additions vouchers, but this ones different.
with this they only take the discounted amount, and dont do the usual... debit full amount and refund the discount.

so use xx827 for 15% off. this brings it to £215.60 delivered.
then quidco tracks at 8% for £16.78

hence, under £200

P.S. SORRY FOR THE LONG TITLE.
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#1
lol, cold for what reason?
#2
Why cold? Heat added. Looks like a good deal.
#3
too many sceptics...
#4
i think that theres too many ps3 deals on hukd and everyday day seems to be gettin better so thats y people are voting this cold.. but hot from me.. heat added.
#5
Yep I put the same deal on yesterday from littlewoods direct (very) using the same code (I spent hours trying random codes and found the xx827 one and posted it up on a few code sites)
I also posted a code for buy now pay september 2010 with 1 yr interest free credit and it got voted cold??
#6
Many here dont trust Liitlewood group discount codes... personally I never had any problems though. If one tries to order anything for nothing using codes, think they do act & claw back discounts.

HOT from me :)
#7
edi
Many here dont trust Liitlewood group discount codes... personally I never had any problems though. If one tries to order anything for nothing using codes, think they do act & claw back discounts.

HOT from me :)


ive never had that happen. bought an elite xbox 360 when they came out and they had a 20% voucher, used that and never took it back. a few months later used the same code for a tv, never took it back.
thanks for the heat :)
#8
Why cold? Couple of reasons:

1) Deal price shouldn't include Quidco as it's not guaranteed to track and not everyone uses the service.

2) Additions have a TERRIBLE history with vouchers and their terms and conditions allow them to recover the money basically at any time they feel like it. Can you fight this if they decide to do it? Certainly, but why on earth would you consider giving them your business? For those interested the relevant bit of the t&c's are:

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.
#9
BOFH_UK
Why cold? Couple of reasons:

1) Deal price shouldn't include Quidco as it's not guaranteed to track and not everyone uses the service.

2) Additions have a TERRIBLE history with vouchers and their terms and conditions allow them to recover the money basically at any time they feel like it. Can you fight this if they decide to do it? Certainly, but why on earth would you consider giving them your business? For those interested the relevant bit of the t&c's are:

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yep, but its never happened to me.

the law states if you deface a coin, you will be charged. do you see that put into action? :roll:
its just to cover their back. i think youll find lots the stuff you do is probably not allowed by some sort of terms and conditions.
#10
Price should not include cashback which is not guaranteed :)
#11
also is not a deal is a voucher
#12
joni5
also is not a deal is a voucher


no, is a deal with a voucher :whistling:
#13
dantheman3989
no, is a deal with a voucher :whistling:


you asked why it was being voted cold

by that reasoning every item on the website could be put up on here with a voucher discount
#14
When i used a voucher with these jokers the Quidco DID NOT TRACK
#15
tallpete33
When i used a voucher with these jokers the Quidco DID NOT TRACK


I actually used a voucher recently and Quidco did track for me.
#16
dantheman3989
yep, but its never happened to me.

the law states if you deface a coin, you will be charged. do you see that put into action? :roll:
its just to cover their back. i think youll find lots the stuff you do is probably not allowed by some sort of terms and conditions.


Uh, but there ARE examples of Additions claiming money back from people who, in the judgement of Additions, were not authorised to use that voucher sometimes months after the fact. People considering using this offer should be made aware of that fact. They're also just about the only company I know of that actually include such a clause in their t&c's, most only have a clause that lets them get the money back / refuse the transaction before they ship. Either way this is not good practice and I don't see why you'd risk dealing with such a company for a £15 saving over high street prices (Tesco for example).
banned#17
joni5;6199310
you asked why it was being voted cold

by that reasoning every item on the website could be put up on here with a voucher discount

+1

its a voucher, not a deal so cold from me
banned#18
cold from me also wouldn't touch them with a barge pole
#19
I know Littlewoods/Additions/Very's reputation but I've had some great deals and never been subsequently charged the discount. Just bought an iPod Touch using this code and will buy a PS3 using it in the next couple of days.

Cheers!

PS QuidCo tracked fine (and seems to have tracked at 10% of the pre-VAT amount)

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