Gampingaz Bistro 300 stove with 4 cannisters bundle £30.00 at Go Outdoors - collect in store (postage £4.95)
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Gampingaz Bistro 300 stove with 4 cannisters bundle £30.00 at Go Outdoors - collect in store (postage £4.95)

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Found 26th Jul 2017
This stove seems to have improved recently judging by reviews. If you go the the page in the deal, half way dwn on the right is a "bundle" option. Normally the stove is £39.99 then you'd have to buy gas cannisters, but the bundle is for the stove and 4 cannisters (normally £18.00 on top) at £30.00.

You can collect in store for free, or have it delivered for £4.95.
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Will I need a discount card Op?
Not if you have the stove delivered, but that costs a fiver anyway. So same either way.
Gas bottles for these are 4 times more than the regular stoves which can be got for £10. Sure it's compact and looks nice but I'd rather save the money
you_gotta_be_kidding21 h, 51 m ago

Gas bottles for these are 4 times more than the regular stoves which can …Gas bottles for these are 4 times more than the regular stoves which can be got for £10. Sure it's compact and looks nice but I'd rather save the money

So getting 4 of them free would obviously be a nightmare.

Muppett
Paying 4x the cost of the Halford's cooker which looks more stable & gets better reviews (although is only 2400W compared to 2600W), even "free" cartridges included with a £30 cooker are expensive compared to 4 for £5 making £12.50 in total at Halfords (or £11.50 in total if you can be bothered going to buy the gas at B&M).

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Edited by: "ibiza" 30th Jul 2017
graybags27th Jul

So getting 4 of them free would obviously be a nightmare.Muppett

How am is Muppet?

Millets do the regular style campingaz brand stove for £10, the gas bottles for it are 4 for £5.

You're paying twice as much for what exactly?

Who's the Muppet?
How am is Muppet???

I think you answer your own question.
As for this deal, hukd has a habit of people saying, "but this different item is cheaper". Which may be nice to know, but is irrelevant when commenting on a deal.

Here's a watch for £100. But I can buy a watch for under a fiver. So What? Can you buy this cheaper elsewhere?
Edited by: "graybags" 31st Jul 2017
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