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Linx 10.1 Inch Tablet @ Argos £169.99 Potentially under £100 (READ DESCRIPTION)
Linx 10.1 Inch Tablet @ Argos £169.99 Potentially under £100 (READ DESCRIPTION)

Linx 10.1 Inch Tablet @ Argos £169.99 Potentially under £100 (READ DESCRIPTION)

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This deal is for the 10.1 Inch Linx Tablet at Argos.

Firstly, you can claim £50 Cashback if you trade in your old tablet, taking this down to £129.99. This only applies if you have an old tablet with a screen bigger than 7 inches you are willing to trade in. Ends Jan 17th 2015.
Details here: tablettradeup.com/uk/…nx/

Secondly Argos are doing an offer giving you £20 in vouchers when you spend over £100 taking this down to £109.99. This is available until December 6th.

Further 1.5% Quidco on the £179.99 meaning another £2.69 off.

Pay by Paypal and your Paypal account will only debit your account £169.99

Finally I don't know if this applies because of the other deal but Argos are giving away £10 vouchers with any purchase over £100.

Potentially you can get this tablet for under £100 and it has some good specs listed below:

Model number: EM-I8011-S.
Display:

10.1 inch screen.
Resolution 1280 x 800 pixels.
Multi-touch screen.
Specifications:

1.33GHz quad core Quad-Core Processor processor.
2GB RAM.
32 GB internal storage.
Windows Windows 8 operating system.
General features:

Built-in speaker.
Webcam.
Wi-Fi enabled.
Bluetooth - enabling you to easily and wirelessly connect with other bluetooth enabled devices.
3.5mm stereo headphone jack.
1 x USB 3.0.
Mini HDMI.
Additional information:

Up to 6 hours battery life (depending on usage).

Note: Also comes with free attachable keyboard.

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Better to say "potentially £127.30 after cashback plus maybe get £30 vouchers"

The outlay is still going to be £179.99
Edited by: "aau1" 3rd Dec 2014

Could be good if you are doing the quidco Xmas bonus (£50 bonus cash back when you spend £100 across 12 participating retailers)

I've got one coming from Very for £133 delivered.
Opened a credit account and used a £30 voucher i was handed when buying a 40p paper at WH Smiths at Waterloo at the weekend.
My one and only purchase from them probably.

Looks good,
good find thanks

I've got one coming from Very for £133 delivered.
Opened a credit account and used a £30 voucher i was handed when buying a 40p paper at WH Smiths at Waterloo at the weekend.
My one and only purchase from them probably.

I've got one coming from Very for £133 delivered.
Opened a credit account and used a £30 voucher i was handed when buying a 40p paper at WH Smiths at Waterloo at the weekend.
My one and only purchase from them probably.

very company policy if the product breaks down after the first 30 days no replacement or refund only repaired till the gtee runs out.

Staples sell them for £159.98 inc vat. and Quidco offer 8% (approx £10) cashback. Delivery is free. Staples is one of the suppliers who you can buy from to benefit from the £50 trade in. By the way screens that are 7" qualify for the trade in deal. It doesn't look like Staples include a keyboard!

Edited by: "Bess_and_Sam" 3rd Dec 2014

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I've got one coming from Very for £133 delivered. Opened a credit account … I've got one coming from Very for £133 delivered. Opened a credit account and used a £30 voucher i was handed when buying a 40p paper at WH Smiths at Waterloo at the weekend.My one and only purchase from them probably.

I count three purchases?

TRADE IN IS NOT CASHBACK. Had to say it loud. Trade in is you selling your old tablet to the company. If your old tablet is worth £50 you are not gaining anything. The deal is misleading.

Shame, you guys missed 10% cash back via Quidco that ended on Monday, I got mine then, also managed to bag another 10% off in store by dragging my father in law with me who is ex argos so still gets his staff discount

Original Poster

Forgot to add if you pay via paypal you can get £10 off.

Original Poster

Also note that I am aware that you don't get cash you get £20 in vouchers and am aware that it is cheaper elsewhere (e.g. Amazon) but here you get a keyboard and stand with it so can potentially use it as a miniature laptop. I do think that those £20 in vouchers will literally save you £20 in cash though during the lead up to Christmas.
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