All Grooming Electricals half advertised price @ Marks and Spencer online
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All Grooming Electricals half advertised price @ Marks and Spencer online

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Found 27th Nov 2011Made hot 28th Nov 2011
All grooming electricals are currently half price at Marks and Spencer online.

Note - 50% is taken off at checkout, so prices are half that shown. Prices start at £6 for the nose trimmer.

Click through to see all on offer.

Free to collect in store.

Hope to help some people. Or many :-)

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Any free delivery codes?

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simba2585

Any free delivery codes?



Only over £30 that I can see. You can click and collect in store for free though.

stfagos

Only over £30 that I can see. You can click and collect in store for … Only over £30 that I can see. You can click and collect in store for free though.



Thanks looks like a good price for the sonicarr brush heads...

Many thanks.....new shaver ordered for Christmas........good find!

Some of the items I was looking are over half the price via other retailers anyway

Fake offer from marks, they have increased their prices before taking 50% off.

How stupid do they think people are ?

Looks good to me! Thanks OP

Heat added. But not many shaver to choose from quite annoying.

amazon have better prices.........

sure i saw a nose trimmer in aldi for about £6 anyone confirm this?

Philips HQ130 works out £1.67 cheaper using M&S compared to Amazon.

@checkley73 take it you have little/no experience of retail then? All products must be sold at a higher price for 30 days (off the top of my head) before showing a reduction. You'll find many retailers will inflate their prices for a month before a sale, obviously only on items where the RRP is set by the manufacturer. I've been out of retail purchasing for several years but it's common practice.

Seems a good deal though, thanks OP.

cold

thanks for posting - just ordered a couple of toothbrushes for pressies and checked all other sites and couldn't find them cheaper elsewhere

thanks again

M

Ill stick with my 12 pence Bicks...Thanks though Heat added

pc2009

cold



why?

Banned

cke

@checkley73 take it you have little/no experience of retail then? All … @checkley73 take it you have little/no experience of retail then? All products must be sold at a higher price for 30 days (off the top of my head) before showing a reduction. You'll find many retailers will inflate their prices for a month before a sale, obviously only on items where the RRP is set by the manufacturer. I've been out of retail purchasing for several years but it's common practice.Seems a good deal though, thanks OP.



They only have to do that in one of their stores though

Everything is double the price, when compared to other retailers.The RRP they are showing on some products is from 2 years ago.They must think we are stupid...

Why do marks' have to overinflate the original price, and then slap a whoppin' 50% off just to bring it down to compete with other retailers, who sell these products at the reduced price most of the time without a sale?

There are some good deals here that are cheap enough to single out (mostly the cheaper products), but only a few, a lot of the items are available elsewhere for cheaper. And those that are currently not cheaper frequently shoot down in price on Amazon, so unless you're in a rush to purchase, then for most items, I don't believe it's worth it. A real deal is getting 50% off these reduced prices, which Amazon frequently does.

Sonicare toothbrush heads Amazon - Amazon - £9.38

Philips HP6509 Satinelle Soft Sensitive Epilator - Amazon - £23.79

Philips HS8460 Nivea for Men Electric Shaver - Argos - £84.99

Philips Sonicare HX6731 Rechargeable Toothbrush - Amazon - £47.95

Philips HX6972/10 FlexCare+ Rechargeable Sonic Toothbrush with Sanitizer - Amazon - £80

Philips HX6511/02 Rechargeable Sonic Toothbrush - Amazon - £38.99

P.S the OP is misleading, the photo should show the Philips NT9110 Nose & Ear Trimmer for £6, not the Philips QT4075 Vacuum Stubble & Beard Trimmer which is £29.50


Edited by: "krato" 29th Nov 2011

A 2 year guarantee with these though

richy_herts

A 2 year guarantee with these though


Not quite sure why you'd need a 2 year guarantee on tooth brushes or shavers, especially when you're paying £10-£20 for an extra 1 year, on a TV then yeah that's different. Some of the prices are fine, it's just the whole "50% off" crap that gets to me, especially when they're cheaper eleswhere as a standard price.
Edited by: "krato" 29th Nov 2011

Heat from me

Philips give a two year guarantee on their shavers wherever you buy them from so you can get them from amazon with peace of mind and cheaper!

cke

@checkley73 take it you have little/no experience of retail then? All … @checkley73 take it you have little/no experience of retail then? All products must be sold at a higher price for 30 days (off the top of my head) before showing a reduction. You'll find many retailers will inflate their prices for a month before a sale, obviously only on items where the RRP is set by the manufacturer. I've been out of retail purchasing for several years but it's common practice.Seems a good deal though, thanks OP.



You are right, but that's not the point I was making. I dont look at the discount, just the price. Even at half price these can be bought cheaper.
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