Click and Collect Now Available at Sports Direct - £5 Voucher when ordering
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Click and Collect Now Available at Sports Direct - £5 Voucher when ordering

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Found 28th Jan 2015
Just received an email from SportsDirect who now offer click and collect. The thieves still appear to charger £3.95 delivery, but according to the website, you get a £5 voucher. In theory, you gain a massive £1.05. I'm guessing you can use this multiple times with different email addresses

Not one for me, but worth having a look if you shop in there regularly

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Returns policy is a joke, customer services is terrible. If you never have to return anything would be fine.

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Banned

Whats the t&cs....knowing them the £5 voucher can only be spent on non sale items when spending more than £100
But seriously thanks op

worst click and collect deal ever.....COLD COLD COLD

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jouster

worst click and collect deal ever.....COLD COLD COLD



How is it the worst ever?

cos they have deliveries everyday to their stores...then they have the cheek to charge you nearly £4 per order...absolute rip off...collect from store should be free like it is at most places
Edited by: "jouster" 28th Jan 2015

arrrgh, added heat before I saw that there would be a charge!!

Sports Direct are rather shy about their T&C on this '£5 voucher'! Is this a one time voucher only? in which case it more of an offer rather than them providing a Click and Collect service (as opposed to charging for collection from their own branches). For them to charge £3.95 delivery and then offset this with a £5 voucher means they are not honest about providing a regular Click & Collect service. Come to think of they are not honest about anything....

jcodonne

arrrgh, added heat before I saw that there would be a charge!!



I agree if it was free of charge it would be a great deal...but like this it really isn't

The reason why they still charge for delivery (and rarely offer codes for free delivery) is becuase many things are cheaper online than they are instore.

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jouster

I agree if it was free of charge it would be a great deal...but like … I agree if it was free of charge it would be a great deal...but like this it really isn't



SD are not the only company that charge for C&C, but agree that it is a rip off. However £5 back as a gift card isn't too bad for starters. Hopefully the C&C will be so successful that they drop the delivery charge, but I very much doubt it.

I put SD in the same bracket as Ryanair. Cheap as chips, but a nightmare when it comes to minor issues

Hmm

£5 back that you have to spend in their shop...sorry but this isn't a deal...honestly surprised this isn't cold already

Original Poster

jouster

£5 back that you have to spend in their shop...sorry but this isn't a … £5 back that you have to spend in their shop...sorry but this isn't a deal...honestly surprised this isn't cold already



What did you expect, a crispy £5 note??? I suppose buy 1 get 1 free is also a rip off in your eyes as well when they could easily just charge you half price?
Edited by: "oranjuice" 28th Jan 2015

no I expect free click and collect...not some back hand way of making people feel like they are getting a deal which they are not...either that or keep charging for shipping like they normally do and don't insult my intelligence


Edited by: "jouster" 28th Jan 2015

The voucher can only be used to purchase big mugs or massive bags-for-life.

Yes total crap

Vote cold for been lying bast@rds. Closing down sale yeah right. Every day seems to be closing down sale with these muppets.

so to deliver to your home, work etc its the same as c&c charge. stuff the fiver sd.

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[quote=jouster]no I expect free click and collect...not some back hand way of making people feel like they are getting a deal which they are not...either that or keep charging for shipping like they normally do and don't insult my intelligence

I agree C&C should be free, but to get a fiver back isn't so bad surely? My only concern would be if the fiver had restrictions against it

but you aren't getting £5 back...you are getting a £5 voucher to spend in their store....so no its not a deal...its not exactly a store everyone is going to be using time and time again...I'm sorry but voted cold as I still don't think its a good deal....no matter how you try to sugar coat it

and its finally gone cold...totally surprised its even taken this long

veedubjai

Vote cold for been lying bast@rds. Closing down sale yeah right. Every … Vote cold for been lying bast@rds. Closing down sale yeah right. Every day seems to be closing down sale with these muppets.


We had a new one open so the old store had a closing down sale
so real or not ?
been going on for two months now so I guess it isn't X)

Original Poster

jouster

but you aren't getting £5 back...you are getting a £5 voucher to spend in … but you aren't getting £5 back...you are getting a £5 voucher to spend in their store....so no its not a deal...its not exactly a store everyone is going to be using time and time again...I'm sorry but voted cold as I still don't think its a good deal....no matter how you try to sugar coat it



But if you spend a whopping £100 (god knows what on), there is no delivery charge and you still get you wonderful £5 to spend on more crap!
Like I said, it's not for me but worth having a look if you shop in there regularly. .Judging by the number of chavs on the streets, it must be fairly popular.

thats your best response yet....hahahaha

This man is raping and pillaging my club.

SoS stepping up action against Sports Direct

Wigs out

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Edited by: "WalterSmith" 28th Jan 2015

thewongwing101

We had a new one open so the old store had a closing down saleso real or … We had a new one open so the old store had a closing down saleso real or not ?been going on for two months now so I guess it isn't X)


Or why not put it another way, SD trying to leverage better, cheaper & longer lease agreements with the landlord to stay in business for more footfall with false claims. You'll be surprise what underhand tactics retailers will do to get the better hand. Just take Tesco as an example with their suppliers.

What's the point in offering click and collect and charging them the standard rate? If you're going to pay anyways, wouldn't you rather get it delivered to you.

Collecting is supposed to be a cheaper cost-effective alternative.

Wigs out, nothing but a jumble sale!!!

MRR_ltd

What's the point in offering click and collect and charging them the … What's the point in offering click and collect and charging them the standard rate? If you're going to pay anyways, wouldn't you rather get it delivered to you. Collecting is supposed to be a cheaper cost-effective alternative.



Totally agreed

They have always had click and collect

Not worth it. It is a rip off deal.
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