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20% off Amazon Furniture for Prime Members @ Amazon
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20% off Amazon Furniture for Prime Members @ Amazon

£80£10020%Amazon Deals
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Posted 19th Jul

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Like the AmazonBasics voucher, Prime members can get 20% off Amazon Furniture from the 17th July to 31st July.

  • The offer only applies from July 17th to July 31st 2019.
  • The offer only applies to items sold by Amazon at the website www.amazon.co.uk.The offer does not apply to purchases made from Amazon's Warehouse Deals or from third-party sellers on Amazon Marketplace, even if "fulfilled by Amazon" or Prime Eligible".
  • Postage and packing will be applied to each item in accordance with Amazon's standard delivery rates and policies or the participating third-party seller's standard delivery rates and policies, as applicable.
  • The offer is valid only for the products displayed on amazon.co.uk/l/1…031.
  • The offer is subject to availability and may be withdrawn or amended without notice. The offer has no cash alternative.
  • Offer is non-transferable and may not be resold.
  • Amazon's Conditions of Use & Sale apply.
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SilkySean19/07/2019 22:31

Well, £159.99 at checkout (20% voucher is added at the end)[Image]


Why is the left side wonky?
Expensive even with the 20% off
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IKEA style computer desk is for £199 :/
bbleo21118019/07/2019 22:23

IKEA style computer desk is for £199 :/



Well, £159.99 at checkout (20% voucher is added at the end)

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Edited by: "SilkySean" 19th Jul
SilkySean19/07/2019 22:31

Well, £159.99 at checkout (20% voucher is added at the end)[Image]


Why is the left side wonky?
Expensive even with the 20% off
Horrible
I hope amazon dont put their fingers in too many pies and fk up... i mean why go in to furniture when its as bad as this??
The prices are absolute crap even after the discount
Weehamish20/07/2019 17:28

I hope amazon dont put their fingers in too many pies and fk up... i mean …I hope amazon dont put their fingers in too many pies and fk up... i mean why go in to furniture when its as bad as this??


I wouldn't worry too much about them, I recon they can afford the risk. Plus I'm sure they would write it off as a loss against tax.
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