Okay so this takes a bit of effort but they seem like excellent quality pieces of furniture at a very good price!
Set comes in three seperate pieces - table and then order 2 x pair of chairs.
Need to order all three things seperately as to get this price you set up three different accounts (just requiring different email addresses) in order to use the £10 off £50 for new customers code (below).
1. Bali Set of 2 Dining chairs- These are £44.40 each so make it up to £50 (I added two 5x7 box frames at £3.66 each to make the total £51.72), which then means you qualify for free delivery - after you enter all card details etc enter the voucher code 'GVRV 6QRH TXDD' in the space and it taes £10 off your total
2. Make new account and repeat step 1 to get the 4 chairs
3. Make new account and repeat step one but this time order Bali extending dining table for £77.40, down to £67.40 after the voucher is applied.
Total for me including the picture frames (which you are getting for free basically) was £150.84. Moreover if you clear your browsing history after each transaction and go through Quidco you get a theoretical 3%, although 6 hours later mine has already tracked for all three transactions with a total Quidco amount of a higher than expected £6.18 - bringing the total cost to £144.66 for an extending dining table, 4 chairs and 4 nice box frames.
"Elegant yet robust, these beautiful chairs will complement any table.
With frames made from rubberwood, they have an oak effect finish that's rich and light. Their classic design features squared legs and high slatted backs for comfort."
"Attractive and versatile, this Bali Extending Dining Table will work with both traditional and modern interiors. Made from rubberwood with American white oak veneers, it has a rich, light patina that'll complement any kind of décor.
The table will seat four comfortably and six when extended. "
The chairs have 1 five star review and the table has 3 five star reviews.
Hope this helps someone - going on the apparent original price for these items you are saving in excess of £400 - apparently anyway!