20% off, Free Mystery Gift & Free Delivery on first Jacamo Order (JD Williams-related) - HotUKDeals
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Instructions:Place your first Order on Jacamo, the new menswear collection that is associated with J D Williams, etc. They have larger sizes and some trendy nice stuff. You get 20% off the cost of your order, free delivery and a mystery gift. I got this letter today 2 November and it says its available for 14 days.

When I placed my order last week (without the mystery gift offer grr), I also wanted some jeans from the JD Williams site, that arent on the Jacamo site. I quoted the item numbers from the JD Williams site, and they went through fine on the Jacamo order, with the 20% discount.

This is my first posting of a deal, so, apologies for any errors I've made!!

Quote code at beginning of order on phone, or enter online.
- therealslimkaty
 
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#1
Website is a rip off. £60 for Fifa on PS3
#2
psytag
Website is a rip off. £60 for Fifa on PS3


I have no idea about games, as I wouldn't ever have considered looking on a clothing site for stuff like that. My son is delighted with his three pairs of Lee Cooper Jeans, and two other pairs of jeans he got though, for £80 rather than £100.

Hardly a rip off.
#3
You can always tell if these sites are going to be a rip off by looking at the branded items and comparing to what the high street prices are. Some of the adidas trainers are £20 more than RRP by the looks of it
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psytag
You can always tell if these sites are going to be a rip off by looking at the branded items and comparing to what the high street prices are. Some of the adidas trainers are £20 more than RRP by the looks of it


Try looking for bargains rather than items we KNOW are always overpriced in catalogues, sheesh.

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