LG American fridge freezer stainless steel £929 with code @ Currys
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LG American fridge freezer stainless steel £929 with code @ Currys

£929£1,29928%Currys Deals
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Found 30th Mar
Just been to currys' and purchased a LG American fridge freezer in stainless steel. Been watching for weeks and it' been £1299. Easter weekend its dropped to £999 and if you use code LKA70R it give a further £70 off so for £929 I couldn't help myself lol! Sorry I have not included proper link of pics I'm not very good at stuff. Had to post its a bargain
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why add cold? it's a good deal..
Good look with getting LG to honour the warranty if needs a repair. Their customer service is apalling
Use code usa10 for 10% off so knocks £99.99 off so better than the £70 voucher above. Also if it tracks quidco are doing 5% but that’s a bonus if it comes off.

Also I have a work perk where I get 5% off digital gift cards so got another £45 off it.Ordered so many thanks!
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willdavidbest42 m ago

Good look with getting LG to honour the warranty if needs a repair. Their …Good look with getting LG to honour the warranty if needs a repair. Their customer service is apalling


There is always one!
paracyte3 h, 18 m ago

why add cold? it's a good deal..


Increase price for 28 days then reduce it to show a 'saving' does not make it a good deal in my opinion. You could have bought it for £899 before Xmas.

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siadwel1 h, 36 m ago

Increase price for 28 days then reduce it to show a 'saving' does not make …Increase price for 28 days then reduce it to show a 'saving' does not make it a good deal in my opinion. You could have bought it for £899 before Xmas.https://pricespy.co.uk/product.php?pu=3690073


Yeah and bk in 1952 it was 2 shillings!! Your comment is pointless!!
chrismac265 h, 15 m ago

Yeah and bk in 1952 it was 2 shillings!! Your comment is pointless!!


Well for a start there weren't any home freezers in 1952, fridges didn't become popular until the early 1970's, freezers even later, but that's another story.

I'll explain it to you.
As an example, a company sell their cars all year for £10,000. In the following January, when sales are generally poor, they increase the price to £15,000.
Then Easter comes and the company says that they're having a sale and the car is reduced to £10,500, a saving of £4,500. But it's not a sale really, they just increased the price by £500 and hope that nobody will notice. The gullible think that they've saved £4,500 but they've actually paid £500 more.

That is why in the small print it says that this item was sold at a higher price between 23rd January and 23rd March. It doesn't take an Einstein to work out that the item was being sold cheaper than this BEFORE 23rd January.

I hope you enjoy your fridge.
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siadwel20 h, 49 m ago

Well for a start there weren't any home freezers in 1952, fridges didn't …Well for a start there weren't any home freezers in 1952, fridges didn't become popular until the early 1970's, freezers even later, but that's another story.I'll explain it to you.As an example, a company sell their cars all year for £10,000. In the following January, when sales are generally poor, they increase the price to £15,000. Then Easter comes and the company says that they're having a sale and the car is reduced to £10,500, a saving of £4,500. But it's not a sale really, they just increased the price by £500 and hope that nobody will notice. The gullible think that they've saved £4,500 but they've actually paid £500 more. That is why in the small print it says that this item was sold at a higher price between 23rd January and 23rd March. It doesn't take an Einstein to work out that the item was being sold cheaper than this BEFORE 23rd January.I hope you enjoy your fridge.



Go play with the traffic. Your boring!!
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siadwel20 h, 49 m ago

Well for a start there weren't any home freezers in 1952, fridges didn't …Well for a start there weren't any home freezers in 1952, fridges didn't become popular until the early 1970's, freezers even later, but that's another story.I'll explain it to you.As an example, a company sell their cars all year for £10,000. In the following January, when sales are generally poor, they increase the price to £15,000. Then Easter comes and the company says that they're having a sale and the car is reduced to £10,500, a saving of £4,500. But it's not a sale really, they just increased the price by £500 and hope that nobody will notice. The gullible think that they've saved £4,500 but they've actually paid £500 more. That is why in the small print it says that this item was sold at a higher price between 23rd January and 23rd March. It doesn't take an Einstein to work out that the item was being sold cheaper than this BEFORE 23rd January.I hope you enjoy your fridge.

chrismac2631st Mar

Y Go play with the traffic. Your boring!! F


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Really deal expired and you comment. Very SAD
siadwel30th Mar

Well for a start there weren't any home freezers in 1952, fridges didn't …Well for a start there weren't any home freezers in 1952, fridges didn't become popular until the early 1970's, freezers even later, but that's another story.I'll explain it to you.As an example, a company sell their cars all year for £10,000. In the following January, when sales are generally poor, they increase the price to £15,000. Then Easter comes and the company says that they're having a sale and the car is reduced to £10,500, a saving of £4,500. But it's not a sale really, they just increased the price by £500 and hope that nobody will notice. The gullible think that they've saved £4,500 but they've actually paid £500 more. That is why in the small print it says that this item was sold at a higher price between 23rd January and 23rd March. It doesn't take an Einstein to work out that the item was being sold cheaper than this BEFORE 23rd January.I hope you enjoy your fridge.


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