£30 off £100 spend on Amazon Warehouse for example ASUS Z170 Pro Gaming Used Very Good - £94.60
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£30 off £100 spend on Amazon Warehouse for example ASUS Z170 Pro Gaming Used Very Good - £94.60

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Found 13th Dec 2016Made hot 13th Dec 2016
Just bumped into this offer, sorry if already posted, searched and couldn't find it. Adding this Z170 as an example (it's £130+ everywhere new).

Have fun browsing and feel free to post your best ones here

EDIT: Adding more info as a few questions in the comments:

As long as you buy anything (single or multiple items) with a price of £100 or more from this page, you get £30 off at checkout. To maximise savings you can break big orders in £100 orders to save £30 every time as there's no limit in how many times you can do this until Dec 24. If the item is sold by multiple sellers make sure you get the one from Amazon Warehouse to be eligible for the deal.

Please keep in mind these are open box/returns/etc so read descriptions and hold a small basket

If uncertain if the product is eligible for the offer, you should be seeing this:
https://s29.postimg.org/3p78kvo07/amazonpromo.png

Also, not confirmed but user paneds mentioned that:

"also if you buy amazon credit from morrisons to pay for these you will get 1p off a litre per £10 spent so £100 = 10p off per litre roughly £5-£6 off a tank"

Happy hunting!

EDIT 2: changed the link to the masterlink for the offer as Z170 is sold

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ok so do I get £30 off anything and how do ibdo that more info please

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paneds

ok so do I get £30 off anything and how do ibdo that more info please



As long as you buy anything (single or multiple items) with a price of £100 or more from this page, you get £30 off at checkout. To maximise savings you can break big orders in £100 orders to save £30 every time as there's no limit in how many times you can do this until Dec 24. If the item is sold by multiple sellers make sure you get the one from Amazon Warehouse to be eligible for the deal.

Please keep in mind these are open box/returns/etc so read descriptions and hold a small basket

Hope that helps!

Sorry guys, I bought it

I actually bought one for £130 a week ago, but 'managed' to bent the CPU socket pins and ASUS don't do motherboard repairs apparently so I'm stuck with a dead mobo.

So this came in handy. Hopefully it's just a dented box.
Thanks OP
Edited by: "Arcana" 13th Dec 2016

yes thanks was after new graphics card, is an rx 470 good value at £137 after the £30 off ???

is there anything on the individual product page to confirm it's eligible for the discount before purchase?

also if you buy amazon credit from morrisons to pay for these you will get 1p off a litre per £10 spent so £100 = 10p off per litre roughly £5-£6 off a tank

Original Poster

paneds

yes thanks was after new graphics card, is an rx 470 good value at £137 … yes thanks was after new graphics card, is an rx 470 good value at £137 after the £30 off ???



There was a 1050ti somewhere here for around that price (brand new too) but not done my research on GPUs as other members have so don't take my word for it!

IamMT

is there anything on the individual product page to confirm it's eligible … is there anything on the individual product page to confirm it's eligible for the discount before purchase?



I think this is the telling sign but search within the link I gave in my previous comment and it should be good: s29.postimg.org/3p7…png

IamMT

is there anything on the individual product page to confirm it's eligible … is there anything on the individual product page to confirm it's eligible for the discount before purchase?



Shows up on the product page:

http://image.prntscr.com/image/71c50fde1a704184a5577d2f6b8af1fb.png

paneds

yes thanks was after new graphics card, is an rx 470 good value at £137 … yes thanks was after new graphics card, is an rx 470 good value at £137 after the £30 off ???

IamMT

is there anything on the individual product page to confirm it's eligible … is there anything on the individual product page to confirm it's eligible for the discount before purchase?



​thank you!

paneds

yes thanks was after new graphics card, is an rx 470 good value at £137 … yes thanks was after new graphics card, is an rx 470 good value at £137 after the £30 off ???

IamMT

is there anything on the individual product page to confirm it's eligible … is there anything on the individual product page to confirm it's eligible for the discount before purchase?



​yes I saw that one think it was a 2gb mini 1050ti just cant remember if the rx470 was better when I was looking the other day, need an upgrade from my ancient gtx 650

Anyone found a PS4 that works with this offer? All the ones I added don't apply any discount

Z170i Pro Gaming (ITX version) was 93quid in March
crazy that 94.60 for "used" is a deal now

this promo doesnt seem to be valid for everything on amazon warehouse. Goodluck finding anything

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Dan__

this promo doesnt seem to be valid for everything on amazon warehouse. … this promo doesnt seem to be valid for everything on amazon warehouse. Goodluck finding anything



I've been trying to change the link but it just doesn't work... full list here: amazon.co.uk/b/r…031

robodan918

Z170i Pro Gaming (ITX version) was 93quid in Marchcrazy that 94.60 for … Z170i Pro Gaming (ITX version) was 93quid in Marchcrazy that 94.60 for "used" is a deal now


On Amazon?
According to 3xcamel the lowest ever is £118.
I got a i7 6700k the other day, which was also labelled "used" and was still sealed but box had a few marks, so hopefully this is the same.

Used - very good Ecoair DD122 de-humidifier for 85 quid?

amazon.co.uk/gp/…sed
Edited by: "bellboys" 13th Dec 2016

Original Poster

bellboys

Used - very good Ecoair DD122 de-humidifier for 85 … Used - very good Ecoair DD122 de-humidifier for 85 quid?https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B00474K8SY/ref=dp_olp_used?ie=UTF8&condition=used



Looks like it's £125 everywhere else, and 7L! Excellent find

cold - second hand

Thanks

Original Poster

Stevie Badman

cold - second hand



Yes, "Amazon Warehouse" and "used" are in the title... might even be a closed box return or damaged box. Look at Arcana's comment
Edited by: "alxpap" 13th Dec 2016

Amazon warehouse is a right gamble, I've bad no trouble personally but read about people getting items in awful conditions through it

Stevie Badman

cold - second hand



Or a slightly dented box.

johnnicholas92372446

Anyone found a PS4 that works with this offer? All the ones I added don't … Anyone found a PS4 that works with this offer? All the ones I added don't apply any discount



I found a few in this offer but crazy prices, the cheapest been an older PS4 no games for £239 so still £209 with a discount and no games and for older PS4. New slim ones are sub £200 now so pointless ..

a few things on there i could do with

prices actually seem to have been increased

This is how I see the amazon warehouse shopper.
Act quickly and you can have his 2nd hand cardboard desk too
mmm it's used so it must be a bargain
https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/41TchmrtjDL.jpg

won't buy any more amazon returns on computer items .. bought a motherboard z97 when I was building my pc it was faulty .. then bought a corsair power supply that went back this week failed after 2 months ..then my graphics card 970 was not working all these was open box as good as new .. maybe I was unlucky but won't be taking the chance again.. had plenty of items from warehouse and been fine ..seems they dont test the items on computer items .. I replaced all these items and bought new

bought a z97 board about 2 weeks ago from warehouse

cpu pins was bent but I managed to put them all straight, working great so far

Nice find. Thanks.

Only 30 days warranty would put me off, no matter how cheap the item is.

pet2000

Only 30 days warranty would put me off, no matter how cheap the item is.



1 year warranty NOT 30 days

I've used this a few time over the last year and a half (during these discount periods) and wait for these deals.

I've had from wrong laptop in box (returned) to box slightly damaged box with original seals and everything new inside.

Out of 20 items I've had 2 returns which they have paid for.

If you search you can get some good bargains but like someone said above check prices elsewhere. ie xbox 360 for £280 etc.

And it is a one year warranty.

Edited by: "simonbrowne" 13th Dec 2016

pet2000

Only 30 days warranty would put me off, no matter how cheap the item is.



​I don't understand why people could make such illogical assumptions.

Where did you get this 30 day warranty idea from? Could it be because Amazon states there is a no-quibble 30 days returns policy? The returns policy is there to give people the peace of mind to make a purchase and is not equivalent to a warranty. At the end of the day everything is still sold by Amazon and you have the same "Amazon" guarantees and consumer rights protection.

Another example is Argos who also actively promote their 30 day moneyback guarantee. Would you also wrongly assume that means you only get a 30 day warranty?

alxpap

Looks like it's £125 everywhere else, and 7L! Excellent find



​You really don't want to get a second hand desiccant Ecoair. You really need to keep the filter cleaned otherwise it overheats and dies after being clogged up by dust.

You really can't be sure that these second hand machines have been treated well by the previous owner unless you could be 100% sure it is just open box and new.

Fatso666

Amazon warehouse is a right gamble, I've bad no trouble personally but … Amazon warehouse is a right gamble, I've bad no trouble personally but read about people getting items in awful conditions through it



It's a bad gamble, everything I've had from there has been a disaster. The worst was a Razer mouse where they had cut off the original gold plug and replaced it with a generic one that wasn't even properly connected and fell off when opened.

I had a guitar that was cracked in three places, an iron that wouldn't turn on..

DPD never turn up on the day they are supposed to to pick it up for the return, so you waste days.

luvclub

​I don't understand why people could make such illogical assumptions. W … ​I don't understand why people could make such illogical assumptions. Where did you get this 30 day warranty idea from? Could it be because Amazon states there is a no-quibble 30 days returns policy? The returns policy is there to give people the peace of mind to make a purchase and is not equivalent to a warranty. At the end of the day everything is still sold by Amazon and you have the same "Amazon" guarantees and consumer rights protection. Another example is Argos who also actively promote their 30 day moneyback guarantee. Would you also wrongly assume that means you only get a 30 day warranty?


Some manufacturers no longer deal with warranty directly and it must be through the retailer. Logitech and Siemens are 2 companies I've recently had an issue with on this matter. Amazon could not replace the item so the only option is a refund.

mark9000

It's a bad gamble, everything I've had from there has been a disaster. … It's a bad gamble, everything I've had from there has been a disaster. The worst was a Razer mouse where they had cut off the original gold plug and replaced it with a generic one that wasn't even properly connected and fell off when opened. I had a guitar that was cracked in three places, an iron that wouldn't turn on.. DPD never turn up on the day they are supposed to to pick it up for the return, so you waste days.


I got some Sony MDR1000X headphones and they were mint condition, as was everything else I've ever bought via Warehouse.

I returned 2 items and the other 18 (approx) were like new and looked as though the box had been opened and shut and returned without use or even unpacking.
2 things returned were laptop (wrong item) and outdoor canopy which had a slight ding in the polycarbonate.
best deal this year was the kenwood multi mixer approx £180 elsewhere which was brand new (ding in box) with seal untouched. got that for about £105.

Fatso666

Amazon warehouse is a right gamble, I've bad no trouble personally but … Amazon warehouse is a right gamble, I've bad no trouble personally but read about people getting items in awful conditions through it

pet2000

Only 30 days warranty would put me off, no matter how cheap the item is.



Bought a shredder £120 for £18 with last Christmas offer and was brand new box had a slight amount of damage bought mr beams lights off there three times danaged boxes again nothing wrong with the item all perfect.


It's 30 day returns if you aren't happy with it.
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