Euro car parts xmas sale - various discounts eg 40% Off Engine Oils / Filters - 50% Off Braking with code
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Euro car parts xmas sale - various discounts eg 40% Off Engine Oils / Filters - 50% Off Braking with code

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Found 16th Dec 2017
Use code XMAS17 to get money off on collection in stores. I believe they charge for delivery but still works out cheaper then buying on full price and then paying for delivery on top.
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I don't know what happened to Eurocarparts, but ever since they got taken over they've turned into DFS/Sports Direct, where there's always a WOW SALE on and the normal prices are unrealistic and the codes just take them back to 'normal'
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I don't know what happened to Eurocarparts, but ever since they got taken over they've turned into DFS/Sports Direct, where there's always a WOW SALE on and the normal prices are unrealistic and the codes just take them back to 'normal'
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I'm not entirely sure about your comment but this morning i definitely saved money on parts for my passat.
Used the code earlier today to buy a car battery. It took 40% off the listed price, making it the lowest I could find anywhere.
zarthegreatest8 m ago

I'm not entirely sure about your comment but this morning i definitely …I'm not entirely sure about your comment but this morning i definitely saved money on parts for my passat.


"Saved" is subjective.

If you mean you got the prices cheaper using the code, then yes you would have. But the prices you paid were unlikely to be any less than you'd have paid for the same brand/part on anywhere else online.

For some reason, Eurocarparts operate as two businesses - eurocarparts and carparts4less. Carparts4less tends to be the 'normal' prices, then Eurocarparts hawk out codes to "discount" the parts to around the same price.

Even more confusing, some times they also list them on ebay under either name at different prices too.





It's a bit different to the old business where they'd have the normal prices, and now and again you'd actually get a discount code which gave you an actual discount, not a fake discount that is so clearly advertised that they don't expect you not to use it - if that makes sense.

I haven't voted either way on this, just voicing an annoyance with how they do things these days. The only good offers they tend to have is in their clearance section or some random bits that the codes don't apply to - I got 5litres of deionised water delivered for about £2 a while back!
ECP are generally cheap - with the constant flurry of codes. Every days a sale.
Their normal selling price is generally higher but with the codes it's mostly lower than anywhere else. Catches some people out if they didn't know they have codes very often, went to pick up a battery and saw someone buy one full price over the counter.
chuffedfox6 h, 30 m ago

I don't know what happened to Eurocarparts, but ever since they got taken …I don't know what happened to Eurocarparts, but ever since they got taken over they've turned into DFS/Sports Direct, where there's always a WOW SALE on and the normal prices are unrealistic and the codes just take them back to 'normal'


I think it's called marketing and it obviously works for them. You put the code in and if it's cheaper or the same as other places you buy it, but if it's not don't. However I'm not sure where else you can order and pick up within half an hour at the price they offer, other than maybe Halfords. I've 4 euro car parts all within a few miles so generally one has everything I need but if it's not urgent I could buy online if I didn't mind the hassle of not having an over the counter returns service.
All year round discount codes that don't work
When very rarely the odd one works comes up with items not included.
They are cheaper than almost anyone at times.
Ive bought loads from them over the past 3 months.
Some absolute bargains at great prices....

4 litres Castrol Magnatec fully synthetic for £13.99 delivered......tell me thats not cheap......a set of brembo discs and pads for my BMW Z4 at £65 delivered? Amazing price
YES!! I have been looking forward to their xmas sale all year!!!
Edited by: "mehmeh" 17th Dec 2017
ikskwizituk8 h, 26 m ago

ECP are generally cheap - with the constant flurry of codes. Every days a …ECP are generally cheap - with the constant flurry of codes. Every days a sale.


But it’s always cheaper at carpaets4less their other company.
chuffedfox13 h, 55 m ago

"Saved" is subjective.If you mean you got the prices cheaper using the …"Saved" is subjective.If you mean you got the prices cheaper using the code, then yes you would have. But the prices you paid were unlikely to be any less than you'd have paid for the same brand/part on anywhere else online. For some reason, Eurocarparts operate as two businesses - eurocarparts and carparts4less. Carparts4less tends to be the 'normal' prices, then Eurocarparts hawk out codes to "discount" the parts to around the same price.Even more confusing, some times they also list them on ebay under either name at different prices too.It's a bit different to the old business where they'd have the normal prices, and now and again you'd actually get a discount code which gave you an actual discount, not a fake discount that is so clearly advertised that they don't expect you not to use it - if that makes sense. I haven't voted either way on this, just voicing an annoyance with how they do things these days. The only good offers they tend to have is in their clearance section or some random bits that the codes don't apply to - I got 5litres of deionised water delivered for about £2 a while back!



' "Saved" is subjective'. Hmmm. Regardless of how they market their products, you compare the price you're potentially going to pay them, with what you can buy for elsewhere and make a decision on who to purchase from based on price, quality & availability. I have used them before as I can save money by doing so and that's all that matters. Sometimes with the offers they run, you can buy at ridiculously low prices. I'm talking about things I actually need for my car like brake discs/pads and not clearance offers.
SmokeBomb8 m ago

' "Saved" is subjective'. Hmmm. Regardless of how they market their …' "Saved" is subjective'. Hmmm. Regardless of how they market their products, you compare the price you're potentially going to pay them, with what you can buy for elsewhere and make a decision on who to purchase from based on price, quality & availability. I have used them before as I can save money by doing so and that's all that matters. Sometimes with the offers they run, you can buy at ridiculously low prices. I'm talking about things I actually need for my car like brake discs/pads and not clearance offers.


It depends on where else you're looking. That's why it's subjective. You can quite often get parts from a main dealer for less than ECP or GSF, so the point is that you're often only saving compared to their own "rrp", rather than the prices you'd pay elsewhere
chuffedfox17th Dec

It depends on where else you're looking. That's why it's subjective. You …It depends on where else you're looking. That's why it's subjective. You can quite often get parts from a main dealer for less than ECP or GSF, so the point is that you're often only saving compared to their own "rrp", rather than the prices you'd pay elsewhere


"It depends on where else you're looking." - yes that's obviously the case with all deal seeking isn't it?
I'm saying the RRP (and subsequent discount off that) is irrelevant and as such you shouldn't be really bothered about it as ultimately it's the bottom line price you will pay. Main dealer, local motor factor, online supplier. I couldn't really care less where I source from as long as the deal is right. And that doesn't always mean it's the cheapest price that's the right deal.
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