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HP Omen i7700HQ with 16GB RAM and GTX 1060 £799 @ HP Store
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HP Omen i7700HQ with 16GB RAM and GTX 1060 £799 @ HP Store

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Posted 10th Oct 2017

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Missed the Currys deal for the £499 'gaming' laptop, but went checking up on the HP website to see what they have. Found this one @ £799 delivered. It says delivery in 5-10 days, I don't know if this means it's a glitch or will/won't be honoured as I've not bought direct from HP before. I've ordered anyway and will see how it goes
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WitnessTheFitness10/10/2017 09:33

ITs a price error and they will not honour it, confirmed from customer …ITs a price error and they will not honour it, confirmed from customer services its meant to be 1399


We have a winner.
deleted6539310th Oct 2017

We have a winner.


Didnt ask if it was an error or anything as not to alert them i simply called to check if my order had gone through as card validated but gave me an error when purchasing. They said they won’t be accepting any orders as it was a pricing error and are working on resolving it now...
Back to normal price - finger's crossed!
They won't honour it simply because they would be losing money
Edited by: "shadyboss" 10th Oct 2017
I hope whoever ordered get it
I missed out on it:(
It looks like a great laptop for the price
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One of the things I always look at before buying any PC related device is how well the manufacturer support their products with guarantees and software.

HP are not good on either front, abandoning products after the initial sale. When the next iteration of Windows comes along I want to know that drivers are going to be available, with HP I know they won't.

I won't buy HP products anymore for this reason.
Just got an email, ordercancelled
where's the hotukdeals misprice bingo when you need it
WitnessTheFitness2 m ago

Just got an email, ordercancelled

Suppose that will be me soon then.
No longer online
I think styling and build quality of these omens is terrible. I've got one of the older ones when the case was made out of metal and it still looks brand new, almost 3 years on and still goes like stink. Can't see these plastic laptops doing the same.
Got to be a misprice. If I could justify a laptop my order would be in already. Amazing deal for what the UK usually gets.
Online:

The situation is not as clear-cut online.

The legally binding contract is complete when a retailer accepts an order. However, acceptance does not necessarily happen at the point of order. Even the confirmation email may not be an acceptance. Some retailers reserve the right to cancel an order up to the point of delivery. It is therefore important to carefully check the retailer’s terms and conditions (which must be available on their website) and emails – if a retailer simply acknowledges an order, there may be no contract at that point.

According to Screwfix’s terms and conditions on its website this week, it only accepts orders once it has delivered the goods. It says the processing of a payment and acknowledgement of an order does not constitute a legally binding contract.

As with in-store purchases, once a customer has received their order a retailer generally has no right to claw back any money.

...

So yeah, probably going to get a cancellation message soon and there's nothing I can do about it due to the terms and conditions accepted at checkout.
Edited by: "perfectdark_0" 10th Oct 2017
perfectdark_010/10/2017 10:09

Online:The situation is not as clear-cut online.The legally binding …Online:The situation is not as clear-cut online.The legally binding contract is complete when a retailer accepts an order. However, acceptance does not necessarily happen at the point of order. Even the confirmation email may not be an acceptance. Some retailers reserve the right to cancel an order up to the point of delivery. It is therefore important to carefully check the retailer’s terms and conditions (which must be available on their website) and emails – if a retailer simply acknowledges an order, there may be no contract at that point.According to Screwfix’s terms and conditions on its website this week, it only accepts orders once it has delivered the goods. It says the processing of a payment and acknowledgement of an order does not constitute a legally binding contract.As with in-store purchases, once a customer has received their order a retailer generally has no right to claw back any money....So yeah, probably going to get a cancellation message soon and there's nothing I can do about it due to the terms and conditions accepted at checkout.Can't really find the exact terms from their consumer terms and conditions page. See link below:http://store.hp.com/UKStore/Merch/Offer.aspx?p=c-faq-terms-conditionsCan anyone else see where it says anything about having purchasing something and HP being able to change or cancel the order?


Order Cancellation
HP reserves the right to cancel any accepted order prior to delivery, at HP's discretion (whether or not payment was made), and this in case of any material errors in connection with your order, the price or other conditions published in the HP Store relevant for your order, or if any further verification of your credit conditions or records so warrants. If payment was made and your order is cancelled, HP will issue an appropriate credit to your account (or may contact you to collect information in order to do so).

It's never worth trying anyway, retailers are forever mispricing items and they turn up on HUKD with several orders placed and most (if not all) get cancelled. That's why there's a HUKD Bingo

Noosei3 m ago

Order CancellationHP reserves the right to cancel any accepted order prior …Order CancellationHP reserves the right to cancel any accepted order prior to delivery, at HP's discretion (whether or not payment was made), and this in case of any material errors in connection with your order, the price or other conditions published in the HP Store relevant for your order, or if any further verification of your credit conditions or records so warrants. If payment was made and your order is cancelled, HP will issue an appropriate credit to your account (or may contact you to collect information in order to do so).It's never worth trying anyway, retailers are forever mispricing items and they turn up on HUKD with several orders placed and most (if not all) get cancelled. That's why there's a HUKD Bingo


Yeah that's what I was thinking. Ah well, some things are too good to be true.
Damnit! I just had this page up, accidentally refreshed the page and it's gone!

Such a tempting price over a new PC I've been toying with the idea of building... Nevermind then, £799 saved, for now.
Oh poo! There was me getting all excited. Haven't got the order cancellation email yet but no doubt it will arrive shortly. Shame.
Joe90_guy8 m ago

Oh poo! There was me getting all excited. Haven't got the order …Oh poo! There was me getting all excited. Haven't got the order cancellation email yet but no doubt it will arrive shortly. Shame.


Yeah this is the thing, they have everyone's hopes up, then letting everyone down due to their negligence. If HP were half decent, they would let everyone who managed to squeeze in the deal, keep the deal.

If they cancel my order, I'll not be shopping with them again. We, the consumer, should not be punished for their mistakes.
Wow! Just got an email from HP saying my order has been accepted with an expected delivery date of October 17th!! Still time for them to cancel I suppose but maybe there are going to be a few lucky ones who just got in before they realised their mistake. Will now sacrifice a chicken as an offering to the Gods (it can't hurt can it!).
Joe90_guy10/10/2017 10:30

Wow! Just got an email from HP saying my order has been accepted with an …Wow! Just got an email from HP saying my order has been accepted with an expected delivery date of October 17th!! Still time for them to cancel I suppose but maybe there are going to be a few lucky ones who just got in before they realised their mistake. Will now sacrifice a chicken as an offering to the Gods (it can't hurt can it!).


Just got the same.
Price corrected to £1400. I very much doubt this will be honoured. please do post if you do get it for £799.
Just received order confirmation but seriously doubt it will come through. I'll keep you posted.
Edited by: "perfectdark_0" 10th Oct 2017
32224123-TC9c4.jpgwell i think this might actually go through?
Joe90_guy39 m ago

Wow! Just got an email from HP saying my order has been accepted with an …Wow! Just got an email from HP saying my order has been accepted with an expected delivery date of October 17th!! Still time for them to cancel I suppose but maybe there are going to be a few lucky ones who just got in before they realised their mistake. Will now sacrifice a chicken as an offering to the Gods (it can't hurt can it!).


Try telling the chicken that!
Best of luck to you guys. A cracking deal if you got in early enough to slip through.
I've ordered and it went through but I haven't had a confirmation or cancellation email. Anyone else in the same boat,
£1400 now
MiNiHuZi12 m ago

I've ordered and it went through but I haven't had a confirmation or …I've ordered and it went through but I haven't had a confirmation or cancellation email. Anyone else in the same boat,

Nevermind, just got a cancellation email.
shadyboss1 h, 19 m ago

[Image] well i think this might actually go through?

I got the same email. Fingers crossed!
shadyboss1 h, 47 m ago

[Image] well i think this might actually go through?



Same for me too - eta 17th. Just watched the endgaget review of the laptop and it looks very nice - the real bonus is the GSync for high stress games that dip below the 60fps and the high refresh rate for the easier on the hardware games. Gysnc really shines when the GPU starts to struggle.

If it gets delivered, it's a bonus. If it doesn't because it's a pricing error (still looks like it), I'll be cool with that too. I have to question my need for this but come on, it's a bargain!!
Worth noting this if you have gone for this deal then you get an additional £50 what is already a good price (when compared to USA)

See Here for more info

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Edited by: "rd3d2" 10th Oct 2017
No cancellation email yet - ETD 17th Oct, fingers crossed then
Yas1 h, 29 m ago

Here you go...[Image] Better late than never.


Well yeah... Its a deals and discounts site so of course there will be people that say or do those things. Kind of an obvious one.
Edited by: "perfectdark_0" 10th Oct 2017
rd3d27 m ago

Worth noting this if you have gone for this deal then you get an …Worth noting this if you have gone for this deal then you get an additional £50 what is already a good price (when compared to USA)See Here for more info[Image]


"Purchases must be made between 17th October and 31st January 2018" Close, but a few days too early.
Deal of the century if you get it. My custom built laptop is pretty much the same spec but cost me £1330! Good luck.
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