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10% discount on selected Large Kitchen Appliances (See Description) @ Argos Ebay
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10% discount on selected Large Kitchen Appliances (See Description) @ Argos Ebay

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Posted 27th Sep
Argos Ebay are doing 10% off selected appliances over £299 ( Click Get Deal ) which applies directly in basket ( No Code Needed )
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I bought 2 items from Argos eBay and due to faults had to return them, some of their customer services staff
are not only incompetent they are impolite (Nah tell it as it is Flamin Rude) took more than an hour on the phone over 2 days to get it sorted.
In future we may see Argos inside a Sainsburys store with a lot of Argos stores closing.
(It has been in the newspapers)

Two in Gt. Yarmouth, looks like the Town Center may go.
Gort195128/09/2019 13:08

In future we may see Argos inside a Sainsburys store with a lot of Argos …In future we may see Argos inside a Sainsburys store with a lot of Argos stores closing.(It has been in the newspapers)Two in Gt. Yarmouth, looks like the Town Center may go.


In my town Argos has been in Sainsbury’s for years
Gort195128/09/2019 13:08

In future we may see Argos inside a Sainsburys store with a lot of Argos …In future we may see Argos inside a Sainsburys store with a lot of Argos stores closing.(It has been in the newspapers)Two in Gt. Yarmouth, looks like the Town Center may go.


They closed down the Argos' near me and moved them to inside the Homebase stores.
Jobs are safe for now.

After Brexit the UK will become a giant prison.

A USA President could easily crash land into the badlands (outside of London) in a helicopter and will need to be rescued.
Just ordered an oven we needed. Thanks
If you're pending a delivery of an item previously ordered from Argos ebay it's worth asking them to refund the 10% (not the eBay code though) as it makes more sense than cancelling the order, reordering and putting the delivery date further back.

Remember too that on certain products, install and recycle can sometimes be more cost effective (and convenient) than delivery only.
Wish it was over £150 instead. Thinking of buying a tumble dryer as I put my clothes on heaters
SCOUSEKEVIN28/09/2019 08:28

I bought 2 items from Argos eBay and due to faults had to return them, …I bought 2 items from Argos eBay and due to faults had to return them, some of their customer services staff are not only incompetent they are impolite (Nah tell it as it is Flamin Rude) took more than an hour on the phone over 2 days to get it sorted.


Argos customer service is appalling. I forgot that Amazon customer service wasn't the norm until trying to return something to Argos...
Thanks for posting @Loudmouthsnook we have added your thread to the Highlights section
OP - I don't think that tumble dryer is very good or worth that price even after discount. Argos claiming it was reduced from £639 is a joke (and a lie). It's £499 full price even in John Lewis. The reviews say it only rotates in one direction and that the clothes clump together, don't dry properly and get creased... which is shocking for that price. I have an A+ Rated Indesit 8KG Heat Pump Condenser Tumble Dryer (which still looks and works like new without any problems after 2 years) and it was only £183 from Tesco after applying codes etc (from a deal posted on this website). Mine even rotates in both directions to prevent creasing which this one doesn't etc. After you have applied both your discounts you are still paying £400 for their lowest spec Series 4 machine - they go up to Series 8.
Edited by: "Master_Yoda" 28th Sep
Misslovely28/09/2019 17:22

Wish it was over £150 instead. Thinking of buying a tumble dryer as I put …Wish it was over £150 instead. Thinking of buying a tumble dryer as I put my clothes on heaters



Make sure you buy a condenser, not a vented one, and go with one with sensor drying.
I've had both Bosch and Beko models,the main difference on the cheaper models is the drum is painted steel not stainless steel, but the tech works just as well on the cheaper ones. i.e. The Beko ones work just as well as the Bosch.
This 8KG isn't too bad £199 at currys, ball-park price for this really.

Avoid the expensive heat pump models take much longer to dry.

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Edited by: "tightar5e" 28th Sep
tightar5e28/09/2019 18:46

Make sure you buy a condenser, not a vented one, and go with one with …Make sure you buy a condenser, not a vented one, and go with one with sensor drying.I've had both Bosch and Beko models,the main difference on the cheaper models is the drum is painted steel not stainless steel, but the tech works just as well on the cheaper ones.This 8KG isn't too bad £199 at currys, ball-park price for this really.https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/household-appliances/laundry/tumble-dryers/beko-dtbc8001w-8-kg-condenser-tumble-dryer-white-10181328-pdt.html


Theres a candy smart also in currys £199 but dont like candy/hoover .
You can use app for it
I've only used Beko and Bosch, the design of them is quite similar (i.e. how the filter is cleaned,where the removal condenser sits). i.e.the Beko seems to be a complete copy of the better made Bosch, but with a steel drum not a stainless steel one.

Haven't tried the candy model.

I did look at a Hotpoint fridge freezer through this offer and it was still cheaper through Currys even after 20%, and while the ebay offers do sometimes work, this time it's not great. (Just to add I have no connection with Currys, it's just the prices currently seem similar once the ebay discount is applied to over-inflated argos prices).

It was more to say, make sure you don't fall for a vented model, because unless they are vented outside they are a real pain to use.
Edited by: "tightar5e" 28th Sep
tightar5e28/09/2019 18:46

...Avoid the expensive heat pump models take much longer to dry...



?? I would say the complete opposite regarding heat pump tumble dryers. Mine dries super fast and practically as fast as my old standard vented one(!). Costs nothing to run and is super practical not having to vent it. Heat Pumps are a million times better - by not over drying the clothes, the clothes come out very soft and without creases. The non-heat pump ones overheat the clothes and over dry them which causes creases and makes them feel horrible. Also much more expensive to run and massively less convenient - you have to do so much more ironing with non-heat pump tumble dryers(!). I used to have to iron everything - now I literally don't iron anything(!) - it's amazing.
Edited by: "Master_Yoda" 28th Sep
Master_Yoda28/09/2019 18:59

?? I would say the complete opposite regarding heat pump tumble dryers. …?? I would say the complete opposite regarding heat pump tumble dryers. Mine dries super fast and practically as fast as my old standard vented one(!). Costs nothing to run and is super practical not having to vent it. Heat Pumps are a million times better - by not over drying the clothes, the clothes come out very soft and without creases. The non-heat pump ones overheat the clothes and over dry them which causes creases and makes them feel horrible. Also much more expensive to run and massively less convenient.


Good to here. Bosch or Beko or other?
Fair enough, but if you're on a budget £200, condenser is better than vented, though I can feel Greta Thunberg's eyes on me right now! Not using one at all is the ideal.
Edited by: "tightar5e" 28th Sep
Fantastic deal, thanks OP for sharing!

I got this - Bosch SMS24AW01G dishwaster - from 299 to 242.
And remember 1% topcashback, paid on a nice amex of course + 269 nectar points

Only crap thing is that estimated delivery is up to 3 weeks away (!!), whilst buying it from JL or AO would be free next day delivery.
Edited by: "jensbonde" 28th Sep
Google for better prices, even with this discount I could get it cheaper. Argos seems to be high prices for most items.
philireland129/09/2019 13:49

Google for better prices, even with this discount I could get it cheaper. …Google for better prices, even with this discount I could get it cheaper. Argos seems to be high prices for most items.



I agree, you should always price check on everything online, for the machine I ordered this deal smashed the next nearest price by £75
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