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Buy any Dyson over £250 and receive an additional 3000 clubcard points and a £25 giftcard & use the extra 1500 points code too / TOTAL POINTS 5018 = 4 x the value in deals is £200 @ Tesco Direct.
Buy any Dyson over £250 and receive an additional 3000 clubcard points and a  £25 giftcard & use the extra 1500 points code too / TOTAL POINTS  5018 = 4 x the value in deals is £200 @ Tesco Direct.

Buy any Dyson over £250 and receive an additional 3000 clubcard points and a £25 giftcard & use the extra 1500 points code too / TOTAL POINTS 5018 = 4 x the value in deals is £200 @ Tesco Direct.

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With the £25 gift card and 3% Quidco (£7-50). You're getting the Dyson for £27-50.

Got to be hot

Original Poster

notts6501

With the £25 gift card and 3% Quidco (£7-50). You're getting the Dyson f … With the £25 gift card and 3% Quidco (£7-50). You're getting the Dyson for £27-50.Got to be hot



I ordered mine today,with my staff discount too...got the ball dyson for £252 and all the points too and £7.14 Quidco too......I'm pleased

good deal-already got 2000+ points today with the ipod touch deal but this is very tempting

ordered

omg sooo tempted, we've been thinking about the animal bagless for a while (we now have a dog) but not got round to purchasing yet..................voted hot and rep added too

Tempted....

so what is the total costs, deducting the points gained?

So what do you get from these "points" ??? can you exchange for cash ?

Seems like a good deal! Could have done with this deal last week before I bought a new vacuum!

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£199 in argos......if you want it cheap without the need for points etc

Rooster#1

So what do you get from these "points" ??? can you exchange for cash ?



You should browse the website tesco.com/clu…ls/ for more info... I have been collecting points for a number of years (I used to spend my vouchers in store - D'OH!!!) and have been on Virgin Florida holiday in June for £300 cash spend (+£2100 in vouchers) so it can be fruitful.

In recent years Tesco have tightened up on what you can exchange them for (Virgin used to have no cap but now it's £700 maximum in deals per person). In old days I regularly used to collect a few hundred pound in deals per quarter - others did thousands... recommend you check out
paidtoshop.co.uk for more tips and hints - they're a friendly bunch like HUKD... look at BONUS points for a start

100 points is equal to 1 quid voucher which can be spend at tesco or u can exchange them into delas where it worh 4 times then its face value

Rooster#1

So what do you get from these "points" ??? can you exchange for cash ?

P.S Motorpoint (huge car supermarket) used to be in the deals as well ... they've pulled out now but a lot of people were cashing in their vouchers for a nearly new or new motor - they were paying the whole thing in deals vouchers as they are worth 4 x the face value.... those were the days....

Best deals in my opinion now are... Days out (Alton towers, Legoland), merlin annual pass, restaurant meals, Virgin holidays, hilton and marriot hotels and Blockbuster vouchers... these give the best rate of return for the vouchers...

Original Poster

ShaunyJJ

omg sooo tempted, we've been thinking about the animal bagless for a … omg sooo tempted, we've been thinking about the animal bagless for a while (we now have a dog) but not got round to purchasing yet..................voted hot and rep added too


Thank you....I can't find were you read rep now......since new site came about...anyone tell me how to view rep.....

seems like a great deal, not sure what i'd use all the points on but i'm sure i could find something

hotscot

Thank you....I can't find were you read rep now......since new site came … Thank you....I can't find were you read rep now......since new site came about...anyone tell me how to view rep.....



there is no rep anymore so not sure how the poster can say he left you some!

order one thanks firt post

Bargain, got a DC32 on order ! Thanks OP, heat + rep!

Thank you very much. Great amount of points for something that I need to buyX)

notts6501

With the £25 gift card and 3% Quidco (£7-50). You're getting the Dyson f … With the £25 gift card and 3% Quidco (£7-50). You're getting the Dyson for £27-50.Got to be hot


I dont undersand 5018 points is £50.18 + £25 gift card total about £75 off, so how do you get the Dyson for £27.50 ??

solidamber

I dont undersand 5018 points is £50.18 + £25 gift card total about £75 of … I dont undersand 5018 points is £50.18 + £25 gift card total about £75 off, so how do you get the Dyson for £27.50 ??



its 50.18 in tesco instore vouchers,but its over 200 pounds in clubcard DEALS(at 4x value)-restaurant vouchers/days out etc.

barky

its 50.18 in tesco instore vouchers,but its over 200 pounds in clubcard … its 50.18 in tesco instore vouchers,but its over 200 pounds in clubcard DEALS(at 4x value)-restaurant vouchers/days out etc.



Ahh I see...thanks

It's a good deal, but is the Dyson really worth £260?

The trouble is that the Dysons are overpriced at Tesco. Amazon are alot cheaper

Trickyjabs

It's a good deal, but is the Dyson really worth £260?



No...Plasticky, breaks after one year...

Get yourself a numatic Henry or Charles...Less that half the price at £79.99 and £99.99 respectively at Homebase...Much better, cheaper and solid as a rock.

I suggest Miele Cat & Dog TT5000 (If you have pets)

A far superior vacum cleaner to the Dyson, go on treat yourself X)

karem_lore

No...Plasticky, breaks after one year...Get yourself a numatic Henry or … No...Plasticky, breaks after one year...Get yourself a numatic Henry or Charles...Less that half the price at £79.99 and £99.99 respectively at Homebase...Much better, cheaper and solid as a rock.



We swapped our original Dyson that had served us for years for a Henry... 6 months later we're going back to Dyson. Different folk, different strokes, but I hate the Henry. So we now have a Henry Extra surplus to requirements!

publicnme

We swapped our original Dyson that had served us for years for a Henry... … We swapped our original Dyson that had served us for years for a Henry... 6 months later we're going back to Dyson. Different folk, different strokes, but I hate the Henry. So we now have a Henry Extra surplus to requirements!



What was your quibble with it? Suction power? portability?

Surely the airmiles deal with clubcard vouchers is quite good too??

karem_lore

What was your quibble with it? Suction power? portability?


Top heavy so it kept toppling over, you can only store 1 tool on the hoover and even then it gets knocked off, the floor tool when used on a hard floor just pushes crumbs around because of the few gaps between bristles, on carpets you have to turn it to low power or it's hard to move across the carpet, the fact you need a small adapter pipe to connect the smaller tools to the main pipe. They are my main disappointments with it.

I used to use one at work (years ago) for cleaning printers and it was great there, but that must have been because I stayed at 1 desk and never changed tool.

This is not a good deal. You are spending actual cash over £250. That's a heck of a lot of money. Then you are given scraps from the rich man's table in the form of Quidco and some clubcard points. Clubcard points do not have a cash value of four times their worth. Some clubcard rewards are much better value than others, but some are poor reward.

If you really want to save money, then shop around for the vacuum cleaner and don't be swayed by Tesco's reward scheme.

matedodgy

This is not a good deal. You are spending actual cash over £250. That's … This is not a good deal. You are spending actual cash over £250. That's a heck of a lot of money. Then you are given scraps from the rich man's table in the form of Quidco and some clubcard points. Clubcard points do not have a cash value of four times their worth. Some clubcard rewards are much better value than others, but some are poor reward.If you really want to save money, then shop around for the vacuum cleaner and don't be swayed by Tesco's reward scheme.



How is this not a good deal if you need to buy a Dyson?

For example, I bought the dc32, which is £75 more expensive than Amazon.
I will receive a £25 voucher to use at Tesco, which makes it £50 more expensive. Topcashback will be real money back into my bank account will be £9, leaving £41. Over 5000 clubcard points which even if I used them instore would be worth £50, so I'm already £9 better off, as I shop in Tesco quite regularly anyway.

I also have the added benefit of being able to take it back to a physical retailer if I have any problems with it.

Edited by: "publicnme" 22nd Jul 2010

if i was gonna spend over £200 on a hoover it would be a ceebo not a dysan they all pack up after 12 months and wont pick up dog hairs...

Or Just sell your vouchers on eBay I've just got 200 for 65 quids worth so 3x the value - could be a very cheap dyson

wewontgetfooleda

if i was gonna spend over £200 on a hoover it would be a ceebo not a … if i was gonna spend over £200 on a hoover it would be a ceebo not a dysan they all pack up after 12 months and wont pick up dog hairs...



It has a 5 year guarantee so even if that was true, which it isn't, it's not a problem.

ms01ma

Or Just sell your vouchers on eBay I've just got 200 for 65 quids worth … Or Just sell your vouchers on eBay I've just got 200 for 65 quids worth so 3x the value - could be a very cheap dyson



Was that before of after fees?

barky

good deal-already got 2000+ points today with the ipod touch deal but … good deal-already got 2000+ points today with the ipod touch deal but this is very tempting



Whats the ipod touch deal?

publicnme

Was that before of after fees?


Make sure the vouchers are transferrable as I believe they changed the T&Cs a hwile ago and they can now only be used by the person issued to. Whether there are systems to prevent you doing this or not I don't know.

how many Dysons do you see on a regular basis up at your local council tip? tons, I know I do, and they virtually look like new.. however might still be worth it for the points alone, then EBay the Dyson..
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