iPod Touch 16gb £75 @ Asda instore
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iPod Touch 16gb £75 @ Asda instore

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Found 3rd Nov 2015
Just picked up an iPod touch from Asda. (Cambridge Beehive centre). Scanning at £159 but let it go through at the ticket price of £75. They did have a few more on the shelf if anyone want to pick up a bargain before they change the price ticket.

In store / offline deal only - See link for more info and specs (Yellow version)
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Cheers OP
What generation please
5th generation.
tonyhand

5th generation.


Nice find then have some heat
Hot deal,tried my local £159.00 not national unfortunately.
link pls?
they will change the ticket as soon as u got yours
As said above, they're change the price straight away. Won't just keep the ticket price out, lose a lot of money. They're change it. Good price though for an error.
They were selling 32gb 5th gen 2 month ago for £75
mcguire85

They were selling 32gb 5th gen 2 month ago for £75


Yupp.. U bagged 2 of those :P
Thanks for deal info
vassy201187

Yupp.. U bagged 2 of those :P



Well monitored ☺️
Actually gutted i sold them now
Am I missing something, the actual price is £159. But the ticket price was £75. They honoured the price advertised. Surely that's not a deal just a f'up which I'm pretty sure has been rectified. Well done on getting it for £75 but I can't see any one else getting for this price.
steveblackman

Am I missing something, the actual price is £159. But the ticket price … Am I missing something, the actual price is £159. But the ticket price was £75. They honoured the price advertised. Surely that's not a deal just a f'up which I'm pretty sure has been rectified. Well done on getting it for £75 but I can't see any one else getting for this price.


Well said..
and i am amazed how 'hot' this has got..
You really should be going for the 6th gen. Cold.
steveblackman

Am I missing something, the actual price is £159. But the ticket price … Am I missing something, the actual price is £159. But the ticket price was £75. They honoured the price advertised. Surely that's not a deal just a f'up which I'm pretty sure has been rectified. Well done on getting it for £75 but I can't see any one else getting for this price.


**Actually if the store has not removed the price ticket or promotional point of sale when the price changed (this is some ones specific job that has a legal requirements( then they must honour the price shown...not the price scanned and falls under trading standards law . (please be aware this only applies if the ticket or promotional point of sale is still visible beside/below product)
vickic35

**Actually if the store has not removed the price ticket or promotional … **Actually if the store has not removed the price ticket or promotional point of sale when the price changed (this is some ones specific job that has a legal requirements( then they must honour the price shown...not the price scanned and falls under trading standards law . (please be aware this only applies if the ticket or promotional point of sale is still visible beside/below product)


actually this isn't the case, Google it stores dont have to sell the item if its wrongly priced they can refuse and remove the item from sale for 24 hours.
vickic35

**Actually if the store has not removed the price ticket or promotional … **Actually if the store has not removed the price ticket or promotional point of sale when the price changed (this is some ones specific job that has a legal requirements( then they must honour the price shown...not the price scanned and falls under trading standards law . (please be aware this only applies if the ticket or promotional point of sale is still visible beside/below product)



​Utter tosh - any price shown is an 'invitation to treat' - they don't have to honour anything. They can remove the item from sale if they wish. Nobody is obliged to sell you something if they don't want to. Don't quote trading standards when you don't understand!
vickic35

**Actually if the store has not removed the price ticket or promotional … **Actually if the store has not removed the price ticket or promotional point of sale when the price changed (this is some ones specific job that has a legal requirements( then they must honour the price shown...not the price scanned and falls under trading standards law . (please be aware this only applies if the ticket or promotional point of sale is still visible beside/below product)



Actually that's exactly what I said. And they have changed the ticket.
Anyone know if the deal is still around today?
sent my partner to the Canterbury store today and they hadn't heard of this deal. shame as wanted it as a gift for my daughter
xxkleexx

I got one for my daughter from the dewsbury asda 2 weeks ago, it was a … I got one for my daughter from the dewsbury asda 2 weeks ago, it was a national deal it was posted on here a month or so back.

Cheebley

actually this isn't the case, Google it stores dont have to sell the item … actually this isn't the case, Google it stores dont have to sell the item if its wrongly priced they can refuse and remove the item from sale for 24 hours.


This is true, they don't enter into a formal sale contract until money has changed hands, they have up until that moment to refuse the sale or update the price. Once they have taken your money and it's processed through the till and everything, it's now a contract of sale and they can't force you to hand it back or pay more.
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