Tesco Jump on the Windows 7 cheap upgrade Professional £89.97 Delivered - Home Premium £44.97 - Delivered + Double Club Card Points - HotUKDeals
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Tesco Jump on the Windows 7 cheap upgrade Professional £89.97 Delivered - Home Premium £44.97 - Delivered + Double Club Card Points

£44.97 @ Tesco Direct
Whilst other more obvious sources are now charging more Tescos still have stock, Ordered the Professional version earlier today for £89.97 with free delivery and double club card points
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Whilst other more obvious sources are now charging more Tescos still have stock, Ordered the Professional version earlier today for £89.97 with free delivery and double club card points
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add win 7 to basket (what is £49.97 and not £44.97 as op has said) also add item number 203-4013 use code XX-PD96 for £10 off your first shop(open new account) works out £41.68 (Professional £89.97 works out to be £79.97 with just the code) plus you can get quidco
#2
Tesco web site states:

£49.97
49 Clubcard points
(Bonus points available)



Introductory Price £44.97 - Usual Selling Price £79.97. SAVE £35.00
Double Clubcard Points
Free Delivery

However if you take it thru to basket it stays at £49.97, I didn't do this as I bought pro version. I would contact tesco direct via telephone to clarify if you are looking to save the extra £5 and explain the web site has BOTH prices on
#3
Ive ordered from Amazon already :( can i cancel that order an re-order from here ok?
#4
Aye, co s you won't have been charged as yet :)
banned#5
code XX-PD96 does not work but is giving me free postage without using a code. Strange.
#6
http://www.quidco.com/tesco-com/

10% quidco as well I think so brings it down to about £40 :D
#7
Tesco do not give 10% for quidco - you'll get 3%, but don't forget, the checkout price IS £49.99. Go to PC world instead £44.99 + 2% Quidco - I've just ordered three
#8
steve664npc
Tesco do not give 10% for quidco - you'll get 3%, but don't forget, the checkout price IS £49.99. Go to PC world instead £44.99 + 2% Quidco - I've just ordered three


They don't?


7% for Entertainment and Jersey (CD's, DVD's, Books & Video Games)
3% for Tesco Direct

Ignore if Im wrong :whistling:
#9
why is everyone selling this for so cheap?
#10
The discount code doesnt work..... anyone got another one?
#11
steve664npc
Tesco do not give 10% for quidco - you'll get 3%, but don't forget, the checkout price IS £49.99. Go to PC world instead £44.99 + 2% Quidco - I've just ordered three


Yeh, but the PC World delivery charge is £4.95 or something. So it works out kinda the same.
#12
K1LLER HORNET
why is everyone selling this for so cheap?


Because Microsoft knows the days of home users shelling out £100s for software are over. When you think about, you use Windows itself for relatively little. The way things are going a bootable web browser would meet the needs of many people. This is something Google has realised and why Google Chrome OS is on the way.
#13
I have 3 pcs at home does this have a licence to use on more than one pc or do M$ expect me to buy a copy for each one?
#14
You would need to buy one copy per PC!
#15
darknoiz
I have 3 pcs at home does this have a licence to use on more than one pc or do M$ expect me to buy a copy for each one?


Copy for each sadly.
#16
darknoiz
I have 3 pcs at home does this have a licence to use on more than one pc or do M$ expect me to buy a copy for each one?


MS expect you to buy a copy for each one... there are rumoiurs af a "family pack" (pricing as yet undisclosed) which woudl allow you to purchase three copies at a discount.
#17
machman
When you think about, you use Windows itself for relatively little.

Thanks for the laugh. :w00t:


machman
The way things are going a bootable web browser would meet the needs of many people. This is something Google has realised and why Google Chrome OS is on the way.

True, but if you use a PC for anything demanding an O/S is essential. I’m not even interested in Chrome for a NetBook never mind a full size PC but I can see that it will have its place.
#18
machman
Because Microsoft knows the days of home users shelling out £100s for software are over. When you think about, you use Windows itself for relatively little. The way things are going a bootable web browser would meet the needs of many people. This is something Google has realised and why Google Chrome OS is on the way.


i understand, but i'll personally be sticking with Windows for a long time.

no other OS company has the amount of support for PC gaming as Microsoft & Games for Windows (Live).
#19
alleykat
Yeh, but the PC World delivery charge is £4.95 or something. So it works out kinda the same.


I ordered last night and postage from PC world was free - so price is £44.99 -2% quidco.
#20
K1LLER HORNET
i understand, but i'll personally be sticking with Windows for a long time.

no other OS company has the amount of support for PC gaming as Microsoft & Games for Windows (Live).


But you are in minority, for most people an internet browser IS the computer.

Nothing else is needed.
#21
abaxas
But you are in minority, for most people an internet browser IS the computer.
Nothing else is needed.


Your talking crap, a PC and OS is more than its Internet browser. Its important but the PC is a mutli tasking machine and I'm sure like many use it for more than surfing the internet. ;-)
#22
Vista 32 bit systems only allow 3gb ram to be utilised - will windows 7 allow more?
#23
glenbois
Vista 32 bit systems only allow 3gb ram to be utilised - will windows 7 allow more?


It is the 32-bit that limits availiable RAM, Vista 64-bit doesn't limit to 3GB and nor will Windows 7 64-bit.
#24
glenbois
Vista 32 bit systems only allow 3gb ram to be utilised - will windows 7 allow more?


No because its still 32bit
#25
Xch4ng3
They don't?
7% for Entertainment and Jersey (CD's, DVD's, Books & Video Games)
3% for Tesco Direct

It's Tesco Direct that's selling this. Not Entertainment, nor Jersey.
#26
Defiant306
Your talking crap, a PC and OS is more than its Internet browser. Its important but the PC is a mutli tasking machine and I'm sure like many use it for more than surfing the internet. ;-)


The issue is that people assume other can use coputers. When infact, most cant.

They check email, surf a bit and maybe log into facebook.

It's a bit like having a car, most people pop down the shops / go out at the weekend in theirs. That doesnt mean they need a people carrier with roof bars.!
#27
darknoiz
I have 3 pcs at home does this have a licence to use on more than one pc or do M$ expect me to buy a copy for each one?


Only if you run all three at the same time.
#28
Beware you get charged for it straight away when ordering from here unlike amazon & play when you get charged when it is dispatched. This is from a conversation I have just had with one of their customer services operators.
#29
Shame there isn't more competition in the prices, if a smaller player like Argos was able to beat £40 for Home Premium.
#30
Defiant306;5781865
Your talking crap, a PC and OS is more than its Internet browser. Its important but the PC is a mutli tasking machine and I'm sure like many use it for more than surfing the internet. ;-)


I saw a video recently where people were asked on the street what a browser was and no one knew. It was desperately sad really.
#31
K1LLER HORNET
why is everyone selling this for so cheap?


because vista launch was a shambles and they don't want that happening again. Thats all
#32
I ordered this as I get my staff discount but have emailed tesco for double the diffrence back as they charge £5 more than advertised
#33
jb66;5783149
I ordered this as I get my staff discount but have emailed tesco for double the diffrence back as they charge £5 more than advertised


Didn't the 'double the difference' policy finish some time ago? :?
#34
techpops
I saw a video recently where people were asked on the street what a browser was and no one knew. It was desperately sad really.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o4MwTvtyrUQ
#35
FUZZCHOPZ
Beware you get charged for it straight away when ordering from here unlike amazon & play when you get charged when it is dispatched. This is from a conversation I have just had with one of their customer services operators.


£74.99 on Amazon & Play now
#36


That's the one! lol

I was wrong though, 8% of 50 people knew. so that's 4 people out of 50, oh dear.
#37
PaulLuke
You would need to buy one copy per PC!


You would think that Microsoft would change the licence thing so you can put it on as many of your own privately owned PC's per household, like how they do with the CRAPPY TV LICENCE thing.


They're so greedy..
#38
I have ordered one from PC World, does anyone know if they take the payment straight away or on delivery?

Thanks
#39
Still £44.97 on Dixons and they charge on despatch!

Would have preferred Tesco for the clubcard points but nevermind.
#40
What is Windows 7 anyway is it a new operating system rather than Windows vista?

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