B&Q Free Delivery Friday 27th - Monday 30th May on all diy.com Orders
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B&Q Free Delivery Friday 27th - Monday 30th May on all diy.com Orders

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Found 27th May 2011
B&Q Free Delivery Friday 27th - Monday 30th May on all diy.com Orders.
Excludes Next day.diy.com, store orders partnership sites and bulk delivery.

Minimum spend £50 for FREE delivery!
- Bully

6 Comments

Is this for any size order? I have wanted a door for ages but the delivery was more than the door lol.
Great deal if its for anything!

Just checked pants, minimum spend £50!!!



Edited by: "mymymy" 27th May 2011

I think that it should be mentioned that its free delivery if you spend over £50.

mymymy

I think that it should be mentioned that its free delivery if you spend … I think that it should be mentioned that its free delivery if you spend over £50.




NOPE.

Clearly says on ALL diy.com orders.

Then again.
Elsehwere it says (rather confusingly)

Delivery costsOn items available to buy online. Spend … Delivery costsOn items available to buy online. Spend ................ Delivery cost £0 - under £100 .................£5 £100 - under £200.......... £10 £200 - under £250............ £15 £250 and over ................. FREE





Edited by: "rizla01" 27th May 2011

mymymy

I think that it should be mentioned that its free delivery if you spend … I think that it should be mentioned that its free delivery if you spend over £50.

Delivery costsOn items available to buy online. Spend … Delivery costsOn items available to buy online. Spend Delivery cost £0 - under £100 .................£5 £100 - under £200................... £10 £200 - under £250.................... £15 £250 and over ................. FREE





Sorry, i meant on this deal. I went rushing off to order my door and found i had to spend £50 lol

I can't find a door that you can buy online and have delivered, paid for or not. They all seem to be "reserve and collect from store" deals. However items under £50 that you can buy on line, such as the "Lucerne Shaker Mirror" @ £49, can indeed be bought online with free delivery. So the OP's heading is quite correct. Presumably after the Bank Holiday the mirror will cost an additional £5 for delivery per the normal tariff, as quoted by rizla. Hope that helps!

Seems a bit odd that you cant buy a door and have it delivered, even if you order a door for £50.
A man with a van is what i need i think
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