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Europarts 30% off nearly everything online

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Use Code WEEKEND30 Ends midnight Sunday 11 December. Some big-ish exclusions: performance parts, tools, accessories, Christmas gifts Read More
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6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago / expired 11 Dec 1611 December 2016
Instructions:Use Code WEEKEND30



Ends midnight Sunday 11 December.



Some big-ish exclusions: performance parts, tools, accessories, Christmas gifts
 
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6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago / expired 11 Dec 1611 December 2016
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#1
Good deal on brembo brakes (_;)
1 Like #2
They do this EVERY weekend, I'm sure. And in the week it's about 25%.
Madness.
1 Like #3
they have just inflated the prices on all products on there website - and then given a code that takes the price back down to its original price before the deal - how do I know this? I was watching the price of a window regulator - price jumped massively upon deal starting, 30% voucher code takes the price back down to the cost it was before the 'Sale' started - these websites should be prosecuted for these fake sales (IMO that is) :)
#4
loupou22
they have just inflated the prices on all products on there website - and then given a code that takes the price back down to its original price before the deal - how do I know this? I was watching the price of a window regulator - price jumped massively upon deal starting, 30% voucher code takes the price back down to the cost it was before the 'Sale' started - these websites should be prosecuted for these fake sales (IMO that is) :)

The price for a particular cleaning product I buy from them has been the same for the last couple week, throughout different sales and no sales.
#5
loupou22
they have just inflated the prices on all products on there website - and then given a code that takes the price back down to its original price before the deal - how do I know this? I was watching the price of a window regulator - price jumped massively upon deal starting, 30% voucher code takes the price back down to the cost it was before the 'Sale' started - these websites should be prosecuted for these fake sales (IMO that is) :)

Over 4 weeks ago the my car was badly damaged by a 'fail to stop' other car. I recorded the incident on my home cctv.. I spent several hours filling out Section 4 Witness Statement of the appropriate police form and driving many miles to the nearest police station to hand the form in.

I have since been informed by the police's traffic violation department that they can't do anything about this serious unlawful incident for, even though I have cctv footage of it and there are traffic lights equipped with security camers at the bottom of my road, the Dept cannot view public cctv footage unless someone has been injured in the incident or there is a witness who recorded the offending vehicle's licence plate number.

I have been watching car parts and the particular ones I'm after have been reduced by quite a bit. But i only speak from 4 weeks+ monitoring.

Re inflating prices to make the 'new' selling price more attractive is a nasty marketing ploy but it is also used by all the big supermarkets and mail order companies [Amazon being a culprit when you check on Camel]. I totally agree that these companies should be prosecuted oy maybe HUKD should have a sister website were punters can give examples of such shoddy practice?



Edited By: BigFishy on Dec 09, 2016 11:46
#6
BigFishy
loupou22
they have just inflated the prices on all products on there website - and then given a code that takes the price back down to its original price before the deal - how do I know this? I was watching the price of a window regulator - price jumped massively upon deal starting, 30% voucher code takes the price back down to the cost it was before the 'Sale' started - these websites should be prosecuted for these fake sales (IMO that is) :)
Over 4 weeks ago the my car was badly damaged by a 'fail to stop' other car. I recorded the incident on my home cctv.. I spent several hours filling out Section 4 Witness Statement of the appropriate police form and driving many miles to the nearest police station to hand the form in.
I have since been informed by the police's traffic violation department that they can't do anything about this serious unlawful incident for, even though I have cctv footage of it and there are traffic lights equipped with security camers at the bottom of my road, the Dept cannot view public cctv footage unless someone has been injured in the incident or there is a witness who recorded the offending vehicle's licence plate number.
I have been watching car parts and the particular ones I'm after have been reduced by quite a bit. But i only speak from 4 weeks+ monitoring.
Re inflating prices to make the 'new' selling price more attractive is a nasty marketing ploy but it is also used by all the big supermarkets and mail order companies [Amazon being a culprit when you check on Camel]. I totally agree that these companies should be prosecuted oy maybe HUKD should have a sister website were punters can give examples of such shoddy practice?

Sounds to me like you need to report your police department to their chief constable - as criminal damage is still criminal damage, and you are the witness, and as such they are legally obliged to issue you a crime number if demanded (not sure about the traffic bit as I am not up on that) - sounds to me like, and I have had this myself, they do not want to issue you a crime number and thus mess up their statistics and have to actually do some work - also, your insurance people can be passed the video and they can request that matters be taken further - the police can then view the video legally (I have had to do that one myself when the police refused to give me a crime number - but you have to bear in mind that they will then be really p'sd at you for a long time :) )
#7
The new 'sports direct' in deals! 30% off almost constantly
#8
My local mechanic was peaved that I argued on the price he charged me for parts and said that even he couldn't get them as cheap as this as a business customer! (it's always worth asking what parts they are fitting and do a price comparison.)

My point -So no they don't inflate to deflate the prices.
1 Like #9
Bal00chi
The new 'sports direct' in deals! 30% off almost constantly
Thank you for the advice...I'm as angry as angry can be. the incident took place at lunchtime on a clear November day and my home cctv is high definition with a crystal clear view of the side of the car. i feel the police feel they're understaffed so in their appraisal a crime is only worth investigating if it is very serious or newsworthy.

Off to contact my insurance company to see if they're prepared to take matters further!
#10
Bal00chi
The new 'sports direct' in deals! 30% off almost constantly

Yep, a definite DFS job.
#11
Also try it's sister site carparts4less and use WEEKENDSALE.

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