Summer Sale now on - Phone, 12 Months Free on 12 Months Contract at e2save.com! + £36.50 Profit - HotUKDeals
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Welcome to e2save's July Summer Clearance Sale

Summer Sale now on - Phone, 12 Months Free on 12 Months Contract at e2save.com! + £36.50 profit from Quidco

The sun may not be shining outside but there's definitely some hot deals here at e2save.com. This week we've got some email exclusive offers that you will not get anywhere else - 3 great handsets with 12 months free on a 12 month contract! Choose from the best selling Nokia 6300, the stylish LG Chocolate or the beautiful LG Shine. Make sure your friends don't miss out either - forward this email and they can bag themselves one of our email exclusive deals.

Whats more weve now added the latest Pay As You Go handsets to the site - treat yourself to the Nokia 2310 from only £14.95.

Make sure your friends don't miss out either - forward this email and they can bag themselves one of our email exclusive deals - So friends here you go!
- meraip
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#1
I must be losing it today.
That link goes through to a page advertising the deals, but if you click on a deal it takes you to their home page. Then the best I can find is 11 months free on a price match clearance! :?
#2
Grr, only 2 days ago I went for the 11 months free on the Nokia 6300. Ah well, there's always something better around the corner, usually just that little too late :(
#3
How does this work?

Do I get the phone completely free?
#4
zak
I must be losing it today.
That link goes through to a page advertising the deals, but if you click on a deal it takes you to their home page. Then the best I can find is 11 months free on a price match clearance! :?

Works for me! Try again...:idea::thumbsup:

To get quidco -
1. follow the link for the deal reqd above.
2. copy Deal link from browser
3. enter E2Save via quidco
4. Paste Deal link into browser
5. enter and Buy

Also, it helps to clear the cookies before you start!

Enjoy!
1 Like #5
Tried it myself and couldnt find the offer, works with the following method though:

Enter e2save via Quidco
Select Deal Creator
Change Monthly cost box to '1' and click GO
Select 6300 Clearance (or the other handsets)

EDIT: works fine from the link... but dont forget quidco £36.50
#6
Muck9
How does this work?

Do I get the phone completely free?


Yup!!:giggle:
#7
watch the terms and conditions that usually follow 28 days after.....hence too late to send back then
#8
meraip
Yup!!:giggle:


Ive added to basket and it says

"3 Months FREE Insurance (Can be cancelled) FREE
for 1st 3 Months
(£5.99 thereafter) "

How do I cancel this just now?
#9
Muck9
Ive added to basket and it says

"3 Months FREE Insurance (Can be cancelled) FREE
for 1st 3 Months
(£5.99 thereafter) "

How do I cancel this just now?


Just cancel the direct debit as soon as it appears on your bank account (online perhaps?). I notice your question above, make sure you're aware of the terms and conditions with these cash back deals. It's not as straightforward as you might think.
#10
willdashwood
make sure you're aware of the terms and conditions with these cash back deals. It's not as straightforward as you might think.


To be honest Im not really aware of this, first time Ive heard of this. Hmm might just leave it.

So im getting a free phone for 12 months with so many free texts and minutes yeah? How do they make money? Why would they give it away free? Is this worth going for or too much hassle?
#11
willdashwood
Grr, only 2 days ago I went for the 11 months free on the Nokia 6300. Ah well, there's always something better around the corner, usually just that little too late :(


e2save had 12mth free deal on this phone a couple days ago, then changed to 11mth free. so i guess if you really want to, you can return the 11mth free one and get this 12mth free deal.

or try phoning them to seek alternative, it always help. they might be able to match the offer (as it's within 7days - possibly).
#12
Muck9
How does this work?

Do I get the phone completely free?


You need to pay the required line rental every month (£30-£45 p/m)
You need to send in stmts numbered 4,6,8,10,12 within the required timescale and e2save will send you cheques back to the value of the line rental.

You must be organised enough to do this correctly, miss one and youve lost out!
#13
Thanks, doesn't bother me that much, certainly wouldn't send the phone back but I might drop them an email to see if they're feeling generous :)
#14
willdashwood
Grr, only 2 days ago I went for the 11 months free on the Nokia 6300. Ah well, there's always something better around the corner, usually just that little too late :(


You could probably call them under the 7 day rule for price promise to get this deal. perhaps not with quidco, however term cost will be zero! Give it a go!:thumbsup:
#15
willdashwood
Grr, only 2 days ago I went for the 11 months free on the Nokia 6300. Ah well, there's always something better around the corner, usually just that little too late :(


http://www.e2save.com/pricematch.php
#16
jakaraka
You need to pay the required line rental every month (£30-£45 p/m)
You need to send in stmts numbered 4,6,8,10,12 within the required timescale and e2save will send you cheques back to the value of the line rental.

You must be organised enough to do this correctly, miss one and youve lost out!


Thanks for that. I didnt know that. Im just going to leave it, no way will I be that organised :-D
#17
Once you go through quidco open this page for the deals
http://www.e2save.com/o2-mobile-phone/6300-Clearance-Price-Match/6300PM10CL

Be very careful as this deal is under same terms as phonebox direct.
http://www.e2save.com/popups/giftinfo.php?giftcode=DPLR437669

I already commented on bad points in these terms here
http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showpost.php?p=716395&postcount=17
#18
As with any cashback deals organisation and paperwork is paramount. I have bought from E2Save for a number of years and no problems!

Also you can find many calendars, date reminders, mobile phone cashback reminders on many websites, pdas, mobiles etc..to help you!

You have to be committed to get the best deal! That's why you are on HUKD looking to get the nuggets!:pirate:
#19
It just seems too good to be true. Why do companies offer a contract which can only lose them money? In the hope that people mess up the cash back and then have to pay the full whack until the end of the contract?

Whilst i'm interested in the offer, i'm worried there is something hidden and i'll be stuck to it for 12 months!
#20
O2 800 min + 500 sms 12m contract with a free Nokia 6300 for a monthly line rental of £0.00? Now that's hot...unless u miss one of ur chequeback dates...in which case...
#21
dickslash
O2 800 min + 500 sms 12m contract with a free Nokia 6300 for a monthly line rental of £0.00? Now that's hot...unless u miss one of ur chequeback dates...in which case...


Hot would be when they will offer 6300 free on 12 months contract on their normal e2save terms.

There pricematch terms are draconian. I blame the original company for that. Not e2save.
#22
Does e2Save force you to have itemised billing thus increasing costs ?
#23
therookery
Does e2Save force you to have itemised billing thus increasing costs ?


IB is optional
#24
I have been told if I cancel my itemised billing it will invalidate all my cashback, can someone confirm.

99p extra per month for the itemised billing
#25
As this is a pricematch deal, I would be very careful in cancelling the itemised billing. Best to contact e2save and gain confirmation
#26
What is so bad about the pricematch deals?
#27
http://www.onecompare.com/best%2Dmobile%2Dphone%2Ddeals/?skn=moneysavingexpert

OneCompare.com has a list of all the 12 month free line rental deals available from what they consider to be reliable retailers. I was going to buy a few Nokia 6300s and sell on ebay but decided it's too much hassle keeping up with all the bills and cashbacks cause as has been said if you miss one your charged full...

I did buy 2 anyway though and sold one on ebay for £130 but anymore and it's gonna get complicated and risky.
#28
The deal seems to be sold out, just my luck.:x
#29
Zer0
What is so bad about the pricematch deals?


the terms and conditions! Very strict, lose all cashback if you miss a claim or mess one up. Cancel your contract and they charge you £200, cancel your direct debit and they charge you £10. Stick to them and you should be fine but alot to lose if you make a small mistake.
#30
Muck9
Ive added to basket and it says

"3 Months FREE Insurance (Can be cancelled) FREE
for 1st 3 Months
(£5.99 thereafter) "

How do I cancel this just now?



Its easy to cancel mate ive took contracts out with these ebfroe ring them up they give you a number then they cancel you straight away no quuestions asked which i liked. Also id keep the 3 months for free i did and cancelled on the 5th month its not to bad apart from excess being £50
#31
neo1
I have been told if I cancel my itemised billing it will invalidate all my cashback, can someone confirm.

99p extra per month for the itemised billing


Thats **** i cancelled mine with them on a contract and still get my cashback. ps the cashback is dealt with by another company anyway

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