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Arnold Clark Voucher Codes

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20% off Car and Van Hire using discount promo code @ Arnold Clark (Scotland)

Instructions:Just used this code to knock an extra £10 off renting a van for a couple of days. Enter the promotion code VSDS just before paying and it'll take 20% of your total.  
YM2612 Avatar2y, 4w agoFound 2 years, 4 weeks ago / expired 31 Dec 1431 December 20144 Comments
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coz1873
20% off of £45 isn't £5!
It's 20% off the rental charge only. It doesn't include the excess waiver or any other extra options you select. So for example a £25 rental + £20 excess waiver = £45. Minus your 20% rental discount is £5 so total you pay becomes £40.

If you didn't get 20% off your rental fee then just tell whoever you speak with at the collection desk. I'm sure they'll adjust it for you. I've used this code a couple of times now with no problems. Always 20% off.
20% off of £45 isn't £5!
coz1873
Discount must vary. Gave me £5 off.
No, it's always 20% off your basic total. How much that works out to be just depends on how long you're hiring and what vehicle you select.
Discount must vary. Gave me £5 off.
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£300 off a USED car at Arnold Clark

Instructions:Present the voucher after negotiating your deal.  
definitive Avatar7y, 3d agoFound 7 years, 3 days ago / expired 24 Dec 0924 December 20092 Comments
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I know a mechanic who works for AC and he bought a car off them - it broke down a month after he bought it (just out of warranty) and they wouldn't even let him use their facilities in his own time to fix it. It had serious problems with the cylindar head - nothing that could be forseen, but their attitude to people - even employees - stinks. Once they've sold the car it's your problem.

However, this a good deal for peeps if they do decide to deal with AC.
might be good for some but I would NEVER ever deal with arnold clark again-they are nasty people with appalling customer service-once they have your money they will laugh in your face if you have a problem.
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10% off car rental

blackjak Avatar7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago / expired 20 Nov 1020 November 2010Add Comment
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20% off Car and van rental @ Arnold Clark

Instructions:20% off when using attached voucher  
Miss MellyG Avatar7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago / expired 1 Nov 101 November 2010Add Comment
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Half price MOT at Arnold Clark with voucher

Instructions:I fould this voucher buried deep within their website:

http://www.arnoldclark.com/static/pdf/halfprice.pdf
 
dwl99 Avatar8y, 2w agoFound 8 years, 2 weeks ago / expired 31 Dec 0831 December 20084 Comments
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Well... that would be awfully cynical... From one whose car gets a regular service from Arnold Clark and when the MOT comes up, I need £600 worth of work...
Meangreenie;3496877
My instinct would be that if anyone used this voucher they would find a lot more wrong your car.

Maybe I'm too cynacle ??


nope, thought the same! :?
I used one like this last year along with the final service from my service plan!

Apparently i needed £600 worth of brake discs and pads!!! WOW just as well my fathers a mechanic! All it needed was new front pads for about £10!
My instinct would be that if anyone used this voucher they would find a lot more wrong your car.

Maybe I'm too cynacle ??
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Half price MOT voucher from Arnold Clark

Instructions:Print out the voucher.

"Half price MOT available on production of this voucher at any Arnold Clark or McHargs branch with an MOT testing station. Usual MOT price £50.35"
 
yipykayay Avatar9y, 10m agoFound 9 years, 10 months ago / expired 31 Dec 0731 December 200719 Comments
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This site looks interesting and they are independent as well. I am always suspicious when a large vehicle company offers cheap MOT's or free retests.

I would expect to get a long list of problems from them, which need sorting before they will pass the car. I was always advised to get a garage who only do MOT's to do the test so that they don't have a vested interest in failing the car.

[url]www.1stopmot.com[/url]
Just want to add my voice to the others recommending getting your MOT done at local council depot.

In the past I have had too many bad experiences with garages, and especially chains (eg Nationwide Autos and Kwik Fit). You get hooked by the £25 deals and other discounts and then sometimes end up regretting it.

Last two years all family cars done at local council (search your council's website to find out details and availability). Never had a failure. Just sound advice on what should be monitored etc over next year.

One other tip that council guy told me. Pump up your tyres to required pressure before test. 8 times out of 10 this is the cause for failures on the beam test for which garages charge £10-15 to adjust your headlamps often unecessarily.
jrw
Just go to your local council MOT station, you wont get ripped off as they cant do any 'work' that needs doing on your car and they wont wreck it like Mr Clark would.


That's were I go , great places & as you say no need to rip you off with fictitious faults
clarky666
I have never yet taken my car to them for a service or MOT without them doing unnecessary work, claiming stuff is wrong or putting advisories on the MOT which are completely BS.

If that were the case, why didn't to appeal against them?

Or perhaps was it just BS in your opinion :roll:
My brother works at Arnold Clark and some of the stories he has told me about customers are unreal. A classic one was a lady phoned to book her car in for service, when asked when she said on the Sunday, he informed her that they dont work Sundays and she hung up. Half an hour later her husband phones and demands to speak to the Service Manager, my brother asked how he could help him and he said that he wanted to book the car in for a service on the Sunday, once again it was pointed out that they do not work Sundays and would it be possible he could drop the vehicle in on the Saturday and he would arrange a courtesy vehicle, the customer refused and demanded that they open on the Sunday to service his car. After a frustrating ten minutes of trying to inform the customer that they did not work Sundays he said that maybe it would be better for him to seek an alternative garage if he was adamant that he required a Sunday service. Later that day my brother received a call from higher up to say that a complaint had been put in about him as he refused to service a vehicle on a day they never opened :giggle: Fortunately the management saw the funny side of it and did not persue the complaint........but theres two sides to every story out there.