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WTD - Curry's or PC WORLD Vouchers

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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months agoFeedback:81 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Hi people,

Currently looking for some vouchers for the above stores, up to a value of around £75, max £100.

Depending on seller feedback, would expect vouchers sent first.

So, what you got? : )
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months agoFeedback:81 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
Anyone?
#2
I've got a PC World voucher card somewhere. It should have £40-£50 left on it. I will check and get back to you tomorrow.
#3
No problem, thanks. :thumbsup:
#4
Still available!

£51.30 Currys/PC World Gift Card, valid for at least 12month, for £45.00 delivered (Paypal Gift or Cash on collection)

http://img259.imageshack.us/img259/4885/pcworldgiftcardsml.jpg
#5
Thanks for offer mate.

Item i see was online, and i hoped to order, then collect at store.

Just going to check can do that, then post back shortly.

Thanks. :thumbsup:
#6
R0N4LD;6139707
Thanks for offer mate.

Item i see was online, and i hoped to order, then collect at store.

Just going to check can do that, then post back shortly.

Thanks. :thumbsup:

Yes, you can use the voucher for an item reserved on their website for in-store collection.

When reserving an item it doesn't ask for money there and then, you have to pay at the till when you collect.
#7
Hi mate, yeah, knew that bit, only problem is nearest store that has it in stock is 4th closest, which is best part of 30miles away! :x

So, i'd then have to get it delivered to me, in which case couldn't use voucher, and thats only thing i'd want to buy from there.

What i propose though, is i phone local store tomorrow, see if they can order it in, then buy it from them.

Out of curiosity, where's your nearest store, and could maybe even do some kinda of deal that you post item to me, lol?

Nah, just a thought.
#8
R0N4LD;6139789
Hi mate, yeah, knew that bit, only problem is nearest store that has it in stock is 4th closest, which is best part of 30miles away! :x

So, i'd then have to get it delivered to me, in which case couldn't use voucher, and thats only thing i'd want to buy from there.

What i propose though, is i phone local store tomorrow, see if they can order it in, then buy it from them.

Out of curiosity, where's your nearest store, and could maybe even do some kinda of deal that you post item to me, lol?

Nah, just a thought.


I live close to the Dalston Currys store and occasionally walk past the Tottenham Hale one, when shopping at Lidl. What do you want to buy?
#9
What i hope to buy is the Western Digital Media Player.

Its £69.99 online at Amazon i think, but also at PC World and Dixons, however is £75 online at Curry's. The instore price for these stores is dearer though, and think Curry's is actually £99.99!!!

So, would have to reserve, then go in and pay. Also, given Curry's price, would be pointless buying Gift Card for discount, to end up paying more for item, lol!

So, if don't buy online, and was gona use your voucher, would really need to be PC World, hence why i'm gona see tomorrow if they could order one in.

Cheers.
#10
This one?

There are none in the whole of London. My local Currys store refuses to order in stock by customer request, but you can always ask I suppose.

You missed the PC World sale last week, they had the £100 Kiss wireless High Def media streamer, with in-built DVD player, for £49.99.
#11
Yeah mate, thats the one. :thumbsup:
#12
Thanks for link mate, but ideally after the one i said, as means don't need computer on, would just connect hard drive, and can play Blu-Ray stuff, which isn't ideal for streaming.
#13
R0N4LD;6140156
Thanks for link mate, but ideally after the one i said, as means don't need computer on, would just connect hard drive, and can play Blu-Ray stuff, which isn't ideal for streaming.


True, it's a different kind of thing.

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