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£50 off a minimum £999 spend @ Dixons

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#1
Thanks for voting cold - you must be buying a fridge freezer then!
#2
Thanks for the code barneybar :)
#3
I voted cold because 5% on a £1000 purchase is quite stingy of Dixons. I could get a better deal than that by simply haggling at the manager with a bunch of reddies in my pocket ;)
#4
I agree - spending £999 for £50 is not so good :(
[admin]#5
I don't know if we should vote codes cold? Maybe not vote at all and only vote good codes hot - but really any amount off is better than none and if I for one was buying something for over £1k at Dixons online I would find this useful!

Perhaps a discussion for Comments about voting cold on codes...
#6
I'd agree with Scribbles, £50 off £1000 is naff all.

You could (and many people do) haggle the price down to probably £80 off the price!
#7
I think the problem here is that Dixons arent all that competitive on prices t start with. Therefore if you are spending £1K on something from them you can easily chop more than £50 off by buying elesewhere.
#8
Oh, it's useful. I agree.
But £1000 in store would get you a lot more buying power than 5% IMO. That's all I was saying. You should get a better deal online, not worse.
[admin]#9
But £1000 in store would get you a lot more buying power than 5% IMO. That's all I was saying. You should get a better deal online, not worse.


Agreed.
#10
I thought Dixons were no longer available on the highstreet and in all honesty, online prices are normally better than store prices, so haggling £80 is worse than £50 off plus additional online better prices and don't forget that Dixons will also price match with many online stores too :)

Voted hot.
#11
realfriendlyman
I thought Dixons were no longer available on the highstreet and in all honesty, online prices are normally better than store prices, so haggling £80 is worse than £50 off plus additional online better prices and don't forget that Dixons will also price match with many online stores too :)

Voted hot.


I wasn't referring to Dixons in the High Street. But as has been said already, I wouldn't buy from Dixons anyway if I had a grand to spend. I'd be scouting around online looking for the same item for £800 or less. Call me a tight old sod if you like, but that's the name of the game isn't it? ;-)
I reckon that if you went to somewhere like Comet and asked for "10% for cash", they would take it rather than see you walk out of the door with your wedge.
#12
I think you will find that when you use these discount codes and an EGG credit cards (minus 5%) Dixons online prices are hard to beat any way. Take a look at a Dixons online price then check out the same product at Currys online. Dixons are nearly always cheaper.

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