Horizon Zero Dawn PS4 £10 in Asda Luton
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Horizon Zero Dawn PS4 £10 in Asda Luton

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LocalFound 24th Jan
I Know some lucky people were able to grab the complete edition at tesco for 8 quid but this is still a pretty good deal...

Not sure if local or nationwide... This one was in Luton store.


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_taurus_50 s ago

Local deal...


For local people.
THERE'S NOTHING FOR US HERE.
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Damn these deals there's no ASDA near me, only Tesco, Sainsbury's, Morrison's, Lidl, Aldi
Has anyone else seen this in their store? Had no luck with the Tesco deals
Edited by: "SteveSteveSteveSteveSteve" 24th Jan
local
Still £29 in Canterbury Asda today. Obviously think we’ll pay more!
the geese have been released!
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Sorry guys... Enjoy the goose chase!
Local deal...
_taurus_50 s ago

Local deal...


For local people.
THERE'S NOTHING FOR US HERE.
Fantastic game
Heat for not getting stabbed whilst shopping
It's probably around £30 in my local Asda. Ridiculous games prices
Which luton tesco? The one inbetween luton & dunstable?
gatlanda1 h, 47 m ago

Which luton tesco? The one inbetween luton & dunstable?


Can you even read?
27 in tesco so hotttttt
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kefan7722 m ago

Can you even read?


Saw it at £29 (still) in my Asda this evening.
kefan7748 m ago

Can you even read?


Clearly not
Heat added as it will likely benefit someone, this game is AMAZING, worth £10 all day long.
Nothing in Coatbridge
OOS at luton ASDA
£10 in Cardiff 🏽
Just got one Asda Oldbury west midlands £10. Nice one .
Nothing in Hull
Is there any long term plans for categorising local-only deals into a separate filter or something? In recent times, I've seen way too many local deals on here, and don't get me wrong, it's a deal site and they belong here but it can be frustrating seeing 4/10 of the top deals of the day all being limited to a single Tesco/Asda store nowhere near me. Personally I don't remember local deals getting so hot before, so was wondering if there was any way of filtering them out? I think it would be useful.

While online deals are potentially accessible by 100% of people on this site. Local deals (to a single store) are potentially limited in benefit to a small percentage of people that live in town X, or are prepared to travel to it to catch the deal in time. I would've thought deals in the hottest deals of the day would've made sense to be (reasonably) accessible by 100% of people that use this site?

And in advance, don't get me wrong I'm not bashing the deal itself - I've rated it hot. I'm just looking to see if anyone feels the same way.
Edited by: "mrkhal1l" 25th Jan
mrkhal1l1 h, 19 m ago

Is there any long term plans for categorising local-only deals into a …Is there any long term plans for categorising local-only deals into a separate filter or something? In recent times, I've seen way too many local deals on here, and don't get me wrong, it's a deal site and they belong here but it can be frustrating seeing 4/10 of the top deals of the day all being limited to a single Tesco/Asda store nowhere near me. Personally I don't remember local deals getting so hot before, so was wondering if there was any way of filtering them out? I think it would be useful.While online deals are potentially accessible by 100% of people on this site. Local deals (to a single store) are potentially limited in benefit to a small percentage of people that live in town X, or are prepared to travel to it to catch the deal in time. I would've thought deals in the hottest deals of the day would've made sense to be (reasonably) accessible by 100% of people that use this site?And in advance, don't get me wrong I'm not bashing the deal itself - I've rated it hot. I'm just looking to see if anyone feels the same way.


I agree. Would be very useful to filter local deals to show those nearby to you only. A deal is a deal but after a while you get frustrated when someone tells you about a deal that you can't take advantage of.
painty30 m ago

I agree. Would be very useful to filter local deals to show those nearby …I agree. Would be very useful to filter local deals to show those nearby to you only. A deal is a deal but after a while you get frustrated when someone tells you about a deal that you can't take advantage of.


It's been found in Luton, Cardiff and Oldbury so far. Therefore isn't limited to just one store. It would be useless to mark it local to luton even though it's been found elsewhere...personally I'll check it out if I'm in the area but won't go out specifically.
woolymammoth86066 h, 7 m ago

Just got one Asda Oldbury west midlands £10. Nice one .


I just called them, they don't have any in stock lucky you
It's £29 in my local Asda
mrkhal1l4 h, 57 m ago

Is there any long term plans for categorising local-only deals into a …Is there any long term plans for categorising local-only deals into a separate filter or something? In recent times, I've seen way too many local deals on here, and don't get me wrong, it's a deal site and they belong here but it can be frustrating seeing 4/10 of the top deals of the day all being limited to a single Tesco/Asda store nowhere near me. Personally I don't remember local deals getting so hot before, so was wondering if there was any way of filtering them out? I think it would be useful.While online deals are potentially accessible by 100% of people on this site. Local deals (to a single store) are potentially limited in benefit to a small percentage of people that live in town X, or are prepared to travel to it to catch the deal in time. I would've thought deals in the hottest deals of the day would've made sense to be (reasonably) accessible by 100% of people that use this site?And in advance, don't get me wrong I'm not bashing the deal itself - I've rated it hot. I'm just looking to see if anyone feels the same way.


How would that work though? OP goes to Asda and sees a deal.... he \ she has no idea if its local or not without going to a lot of effort to check other stores which is unreasonable to ask. In effect every deal (except web) is potentially local until someone finds the same deal somewhere else.
gabesdad21 h, 25 m ago

Still £29 in Canterbury Asda today. Obviously think we’ll pay more!


Hello Fellow Sturry Roadian
People who see it for £29 have you double checked at the checkouts? I currently work at Asda and the price changers are basically useless.

Nearly every game deal should be nationwide unless the store has the budget to manually reduce them, but that is a rare thing to happen in that department.
DJSlime7 m ago

People who see it for £29 have you double checked at the checkouts? I …People who see it for £29 have you double checked at the checkouts? I currently work at Asda and the price changers are basically useless. Nearly every game deal should be nationwide unless the store has the budget to manually reduce them, but that is a rare thing to happen in that department.


I did last week and it was full price, but I'll cycle down tonight and see whether there's been any changes.
I need the exercise anyway.

When I asked what had been on sale, the attendant, who seemed very clued up, said that each store get's a fixed amount they can use to discount gaming products. When the store uses up that discount, the sale ends. If that's true, it's pot luck as to when a store gets/uses that discount.
Edited by: "uptwisting" 25th Jan
It wasn’t on the shelf in the Llansamlet Swansea store. I didn’t ask though, there’s only so much heartache I can take
29 at Blackburn. Checked at the till.
Awesome deal if you live in Luton lol
dbobs14 h, 45 m ago

How would that work though? OP goes to Asda and sees a deal.... he \ she …How would that work though? OP goes to Asda and sees a deal.... he \ she has no idea if its local or not without going to a lot of effort to check other stores which is unreasonable to ask. In effect every deal (except web) is potentially local until someone finds the same deal somewhere else.


It's definitely not easy to do but it's not impossible. It's definitely not as hard as "having to go to every store in the country and manually check".

Simply asking the store if it's a nationwide deal is a start... Or asking them which stores in which regions are likely to have the same price. It's been done before as well.

Perhaps an alternative suggestion might be to just provide a site-wide filter on non-web deals?

I'm personally busy and careless enough to not get a 50% off deal even if it's at my local Asda/Tesco etc. Let alone the trouble of potentially going there to find out the deals not even in my store, or has sold out already.
Edited by: "mrkhal1l" 26th Jan
mrkhal1l1 h, 53 m ago

It's definitely not easy to do but it's not impossible. It's definitely …It's definitely not easy to do but it's not impossible. It's definitely not as hard as "having to go to every store in the country and manually check".Simply asking the store if it's a nationwide deal is a start... Or asking them which stores in which regions are likely to have the same price. It's been done before as well.Perhaps an alternative suggestion might be to just provide a site-wide filter on non-web deals?I'm personally busy and careless enough to not get a 50% off deal even if it's at my local Asda/Tesco etc. Let alone the trouble of potentially going there to find out the deals not even in my store, or has sold out already.


Why should the OP go to all the trouble of phoning the store to see if it's a nationwide deal before posting? surely it's your responsibility to phone and go find one yourself, you might be too busy to hunt one down but that's the beauty of a telephone.
woolymammoth86063 h, 35 m ago

Why should the OP go to all the trouble of phoning the store to see if …Why should the OP go to all the trouble of phoning the store to see if it's a nationwide deal before posting? surely it's your responsibility to phone and go find one yourself, you might be too busy to hunt one down but that's the beauty of a telephone.


Wow this is hilarious.

If the OP has found the deal in-store, they can ask staff in-store or at the counter (when they go to the till for example).

No one is asking the OP to call the store. If they've found an in-store deal, they're already in the store...
mrkhal1l18 m ago

Wow this is hilarious.If the OP has found the deal in-store, they can ask …Wow this is hilarious.If the OP has found the deal in-store, they can ask staff in-store or at the counter (when they go to the till for example). No one is asking the OP to call the store. If they've found an in-store deal, they're already in the store...


It's not really that hilarious, basically you don't want to do any of the footwork, you would rather somebody else does all the hard work of finding out the specifics of a deal instead of getting on the phone/internet or walking down your local store to find out yourself.
I went to my local store and got a copy, you didn't therefore you don't have a copy.
Edited by: "woolymammoth8606" 26th Jan
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