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8y, 5m agoFound 8 years, 5 months ago
Instructions:Enter the code YAWJULY08 into the Promotional Code box in your basket, and click update basket for the code to take affect.

Dont forget quidco for an extra 2.5% cashback.

Hope this helps
 
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#1
Thanks for the code [B]Bryan839:)
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#2
No problem emma :thumbsup:
#3
Thanks for the code....just in time!! but i dont think u can get cashback from quidco because it only works "for Online and Collect at Store Sales" but the 5% code only works on deliveries. oh well might still try :whistling:
#4
great code - thanks
#5
dondhain
Thanks for the code....just in time!! but i dont think u can get cashback from quidco because it only works "for Online and Collect at Store Sales" but the 5% code only works on deliveries. oh well might still try :whistling:


Thank You , may be good????:whistling:
#6
if you STILL shop at PC World and pay ridiculous prices then it is about time someone told you about ebuyer.com.

If however you like paying £59.99 for an HDMI cable or £19.99 for an ethernet cable then by all means carry on ;-)
#7
Or Aria, who are probably even better than Ebuyer.

PC World have gotten a bit better, especially if you get their web prices then collect in store.
#8
PCWorld can have some competative prices on certain items compared to ebuyer that may only be a couple of quid different. ([email protected] + WebSpecials as noted above)

Other items have huge markups.

Eg you often find printers,or Hard Drives in component shop, will have good prices, but dont dare buy USB cable (typically £15 vs £1 online) or Ethernet Cat5 cable (£24 vs 60p online).

This is a common business model, marking up low priced accesories to balance out the eye-catching savings on the big ticket items. Most of the Bricks'n'Mortars seem to do it.
#9
Quidco have raised cashback for P.C. world to 5% until midnight 11th July :thumbsup:
#10
Another site to use for PC stuff [url]www.wopple.com[/url] :-D
#11
Quidco is up to 5% as well now!!
#12
Dunno if it's just because I am tired but I key in the voucher code and nothing seems to happen.
Price remains £280 :?

oops, sorry.........thought I was still in the Advent Netbook thread.
#13
zebrum;2450843
if you STILL shop at PC World and pay ridiculous prices then it is about time someone told you about ebuyer.com.

If however you like paying £59.99 for an HDMI cable or £19.99 for an ethernet cable then by all means carry on ;-)

Up to a fashion yes. But I want a Samsung SM2232BW which is
£189.99 from PCWorld
and
£214.99 from Ebuyer.
You can't always assume Ebuyer=cheap and PCWorld=dear.
#14
dondhain
Thanks for the code....just in time!! but i dont think u can get cashback from quidco because it only works "for Online and Collect at Store Sales" but the 5% code only works on deliveries. oh well might still try :whistling:


Quidco should work for all online orders - both for home delivery and [email protected], but this voucher only works on home deliveries
#15
This code has expired - does not work now

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