Toshiba 1TB portable USB 3.0 external hard drive £40 for new customers @ Tesco Direct - HotUKDeals
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For those of us that don't get on with eBuyer, this drive is a penny more than the Verbatim offer.

USB 3.0, 1TB, nice and portable all for £40.

To get this price, sign up with a new account and use the eCode TDX-KYNK at checkout. Delivery is free when choosing click to collect.
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yankyg
Price should show as £50

Price is £50 advertised on site but with £10 discount brings it down to £40.
#2
yankyg
Price should show as £50

Well, no it shouldn't at all. What sort of logic is this?

So basically if a store reduces an item by 50% they should put a sign showing what the normal price and not the discounted price. It's £40 with a discount code and thus you show this and not it's normal selling price.

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#3
I'm sorry if I'm wrong.. But isn't this statement a bit weird? 'Delivery is free when choosing click to collect.' I'm pretty sure 'Click&Collect' mean collection from their store and not delivery to your house?
#4
Poor quality - crashed after 3 days got a refund
#5
bullybull777
Poor quality - crashed after 3 days got a refund

yeah these drives always crash (whatever that means) after a few days dont they oO
#6
alfredlau
I'm sorry if I'm wrong.. But isn't this statement a bit weird? 'Delivery is free when choosing click to collect.' I'm pretty sure 'Click&Collect' mean collection from their store and not delivery to your house?

No, it's correct as it's "Delivery to store".
#7
toonarmani
alfredlau
I'm sorry if I'm wrong.. But isn't this statement a bit weird? 'Delivery is free when choosing click to collect.' I'm pretty sure 'Click&Collect' mean collection from their store and not delivery to your house?

No, it's correct as it's "Delivery to store".



Delivery to store is as good as no delivery. I could get off my fat ass and go to the shop to pick it up but that defeats the object of getting it DELIVERED!
#8
the__cat
toonarmani
alfredlau
I'm sorry if I'm wrong.. But isn't this statement a bit weird? 'Delivery is free when choosing click to collect.' I'm pretty sure 'Click&Collect' mean collection from their store and not delivery to your house?

No, it's correct as it's "Delivery to store".


Delivery to store is as good as no delivery. I could get off my fat ass and go to the shop to pick it up but that defeats the object of getting it DELIVERED!

Not if they don't sell it in store or have it in stock in your local.

You also wouldn't be able to use the discount code in store either.

Edited By: toonarmani on Jul 05, 2014 21:18
2 Likes #9
Hmmm, yet another Tesco code offer posted as a "deal". oO
#10
"Delivery is free when choosing click to collect". This makes no sense. Should be 'collect from store is free' or 'click and collect is free'.
#11
toonarmani
the__cat
toonarmani
alfredlau
I'm sorry if I'm wrong.. But isn't this statement a bit weird? 'Delivery is free when choosing click to collect.' I'm pretty sure 'Click&Collect' mean collection from their store and not delivery to your house?

No, it's correct as it's "Delivery to store".


Delivery to store is as good as no delivery. I could get off my fat ass and go to the shop to pick it up but that defeats the object of getting it DELIVERED!

Not if they don't sell it in store or have it in stock in your local.

You also wouldn't be able to use the discount code in store either.

But the point is that delivery is useless in either case as you have to GO AND GET IT.
#12
Heat added for the code, I don't mind making the journey if it saves me £10
#13
Anyone know if the hard drive is soldered or just slotted in. Would hope to take out the hard drive and use the enclosure seperately for a different hard drive?
#14
Back in stock and sold by Tesco, if anyone was wondering...

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