70% off cordless vacuum cleaners event with codes @ Vax
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70% off cordless vacuum cleaners event with codes @ Vax

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Found 26th Jul 2017
From mse

MoneySavers exclusive codes for up to 70% off four specific cordless vacuum cleaners at Vax* until 5pm on Mon 31 Jul.

This is different to Vax’s clearance sales featuring products with slightly damaged boxes, which have proved popular with MSE’rs in the past - all items in this smaller sale are in new packaging and come with either one-year or two-year guarantees.

While it’s a more limited selection of Vax products, there are some cracking savings to be had, so if you’re looking for a new cordless vacuum, now could be the time to clean up with this deal. There’s a limit of one product per order and two orders per household

How do I get the offer?

Visit Vax's website* via one of the links on this page, select your item and enter the relevant code shown below:

Vax cordless SlimVac vacuum cleaner* £99.99 using code NOCORD1, £249.99 without code, next cheapest we've found: £119 at Amazon and AO.com.
Vax Gator 10.8V handheld vacuum cleaner* £24.99 using code NOCORD2, £59.99 without code, next cheapest we've found: £42 at Tesco.
Vax Dynamo power cordless 21V vacuum cleaner* £59.99 using code NOCORD3, £199.99 without code, next cheapest we've found: £72 at Amazon.
Vax Arrow 36V cordless vacuum cleaner* £69.99 using code NOCORD4, £239.99 without code, next cheapest we've found: £139 at AO.com
Definitely worth considering not cheapest anyway but it is with the codes check website for more codes
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Vax are reasonable vacuum cleaners but they always grossly inflate the retail price so it makes it look like you're saving a small fortune!
jona77

Vax are reasonable vacuum cleaners but they always grossly inflate the … Vax are reasonable vacuum cleaners but they always grossly inflate the retail price so it makes it look like you're saving a small fortune!


Absolutely but with these codes they are cheaper than anywhere else
There's also the Vax Arrow, with a 36 volt battery and 75 minutes running time. Probably the best buy of the lot at £69.99, down from a claimed £239.99 - still half the Amazon price, though:

I bought the Vax Arrow during the Prime Sale a couple of weeks ago and paid £97 so £70 is a steal. I'm quite miffed about it now...Anyway, i'd seriously recommend it, got good suction, long battery life and not too heavy. The only problem is that it doesn't stand upright by itself; you always have to lean it against something or hook it to the wall.
nileshpandya17

I bought the Vax Arrow during the Prime Sale a couple of weeks ago and … I bought the Vax Arrow during the Prime Sale a couple of weeks ago and paid £97 so £70 is a steal. I'm quite miffed about it now...Anyway, i'd seriously recommend it, got good suction, long battery life and not too heavy. The only problem is that it doesn't stand upright by itself; you always have to lean it against something or hook it to the wall.



Is it any good for stairs?
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