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Littlewoods is an online only retailer offering a wide range of goods in many departments. The company was once a familiar name on British high streets. Littlewoods closed its last physical stores in 2005, yet leaving to become highly successful shopping destination. HotUKDeals collects all the latest deals from Littlewoods on a dedicated page. Read more

All Littlewoods Deals, Discounts & Sales for December 2018

Galaxy Watch Black/Gold 42mm BNPL - £223.20 - Littlewoods (Double Cashbacks)
13/12/2018Expires on 13/12/2018Found 16 h, 1 m agoFound 16 h, 1 m ago
For the Samsung Galaxy 42mm Watch - Midnight Black and Rose Gold only. You will need a credit account to make this which takes a few minutes if you're eligible. If you want to pay… Read more

I might email them and see if they will add it to that deal too.


Purchase the watch from the link and choose the buy now pay later option. You will get 20% of the purchase addded back as credit so you don't pay the full £279 on credit but will pay £223.20. You can then claim £50 cashback via Samsung hence bringing it down to £173.20. You will still have the buy now pay later balance of £223.20 - it won't reduce that amount but you could pay the £50 cashback into your account to bring the balance down.


Hello, can you help me, I don't understand how can I buy it for 173.20


Yeah as far as I can read as one Littlewoods and the other is Samsung.. Getting the heat there now. Lol


Oh damn really, you can still do it on top?

Super Wings My First Tri Scooter £10.99 Delivered Littlewoods
Found 8th DecFound 8th Dec
This seems cheap these are normally around £20 Super Wings My First Tri ScooterBright and colourful Super Wings graphics featuring character favourites! Sturdy three wheel scooter … Read more
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I can't find the option for click and Collect


Good deal but this is a little better with free click and collect Sun-Fri, or £3.99 delivery which then makes it slightly more expensive but still a good deal (unless you order two like I did). Heat added! :)

Zoostorm StormForce Onyx AMD Ryzen 5 8GB RAM 1TB HDD & 120GB SSD Gaming PC AMD Vega Onboard Graphics £669.99 Littlewoods
Found 20th NovFound 20th Nov
Zoostorm StormForce Onyx AMD Ryzen 5 8GB RAM 1TB HDD & 120GB SSD Gaming PC AMD Vega Onboard Graphics Blue Tooth: N Depth: 381 MM Dongle Required: N AMD Ryzen 5 2400G 3.6 … Read more

Haha. Bargain hunt! Should be £391, probably hit 400 with OS and cables.


Damn you're an intelligent PC to be able to browse websites independently, read specific comments and respond directly back. All of this for under £400, where can I buy you?


Mad? Hardly. Littlewoods cater to those who are cash poor... and they pay way over the odds for that 'service'. £7.22 X 156 weeks = £1126.32 !!! (ninja) (ninja) (ninja) (ninja) (ninja)


I'm a PC with the same processor, twice the ram and a 256gb SSD for under £400... So this is... Expensive.


Integrated graphics for £669.99. Have a laugh, you have to be made to buy this.

LG OLED55B8S 55 Inch 4K Ultra HD HDR, Smart, Dolby Atmos, OLED TV With Freeview Play £1299.99 @ Littlewoods
Found 18th NovFound 18th Nov
LG OLED55B8S 55 Inch 4K Ultra HD HDR, Smart, Dolby Atmos, OLED TV With Freeview Play. 20% off on top if you Buy now pay later. Total price works out at £1040.

they answer to your question is they will allow you to pay in, but it doesnt count towards your credit limit so you're wasting your time


You need a credit limit of over £2.5k as they take the credit into consideration when you purchase. I doubt anyone will have this unless you're a regular shopper there. You can credit the account with cash to take you limit up either.... This post Is very misleading........the very few might be able to get it but dont bother trying if you are new to LW and applying for a credit limit to get this.


I went to apply for this and they offered less than a grand credit limit - hilariously low! (lol) (lol) (lol) (lol)


Word of warning don't bother wasting your time transferring money to top up your littlewoods account to buy this tv if your credit limit is too low... If your agreed credit limit doesn't cover the purchase price + interest payments. It doesn't work, full stop.


The stand is only difference

Found 17th NovFound 17th Nov
>>BEFORE PEOPLE START ASKING QUESTIONS PLEASE READ TERMS<< Once credit is automatically applied to your account in January contact LW and tell them to transfer it over… Read more

Well, if Littlewoods are happy to knock them out at £1300, there must be a pretty good margin on this OLED from the distributors. I don't think we're far off seeing B8s selling for near £1000, without dealing with companies that specialise in luring poor people into high-interest deals.


:/ where does it say 'decide' :/ it says the credit is automatically applied on eligible items.


So, if I understand this right, if they 'decide' that they will not apply the credit to your BNPL order, you're pretty much shafted.




This is a very good deal but the explanation is awful I'm afraid.

Open an account and get 20% credited back. £1839 for a 65" LG OLED (Current model - OLED65B8S)
Found 4th NovFound 4th Nov
You have to choose Buy Now Pay Later, but it can be paid anytime in the 12 months with zero interest. Do not add any other code (eg 10% new account code) as that will invalidate … Read more

This is £2999 now. I think they realised it was too cheap


Heat for the deal, shame they don't do the 65" C8. Am I correct in assuming Littlewoods will run you through a credit check even if you go through the process, but pay off balance immediately?


Not in this case. Same £2,299 everywhere but only standard warranty. With the saving of £460 after the 20% cash back you can purchase an extended warranty and still have change. Just a bit more work to make that saving.


Very good price and can’t find it cheaper elsewhere just can’t bring myself to invest with only a one year warranty. I suppose LG will offer to extend it through D&amp;G but not sure what that would cost. Heat if you’re willing to take the gamble though.


Good price for the TV. (y)

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Western Digital My Passport 4TB Portable external Hard Drive £69.99 delivered @ littlewoods
Found 1st NovFound 1st Nov
WD My Passport Portable Hard Drive and Auto Backup Software The My Passport portable hard drive is trusted to store the massive amounts of photos, videos and music you love. Availa… Read more
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That was my assumption but always hopeful of a pricing error (lol)


will you expire this or not


I have the 3 TB version, it reads and writes at about 100 MB/s over USB 3. 2.5 inch mechanical drive inside.


Oos :(


4tb ssd for this price will be available around 2030 XD

Found 25th SepFound 25th Sep
Stanley FatMax STANLEY FATMAX 710W COMPACT JIGSAW, ANTI SPLINTER SHOE, 4M CABLE & KITBOXThe Stanley FatMax® 710W Compact Jigsaw with anti splinter shoe has been designed for he… Read more

Same here,38 quid If I remember right,great jigsaw with 4m of cable


Good price


I have one of these, it's a beast. Got it on sale a couple of years ago at Homebase and would highly recommend.


Good idea it blowing the swarf away, as you spend most of your time doing this manually so you can see your cutting line. (y)


£10 cheaper on Very so unless you want the extended finance Littlewoods offers (at something like 44% apr) then buy from Very. (y)

Littlewoods - Buy any TV £349 or more and select Buy Now Pay Later in checkout. We'll automatically credit 20% of the item price back to your account by 6th September 2018.
Found 20th JulFound 20th Jul
Littlewoods - Buy any TV £349 or more and select Buy Now Pay Later in checkout. We'll automatically credit 20% of the item price back to your account by 6th September 2018.
1. Buy any TV £349 or more and select Buy Now Pay Later in checkout. All eligible products are contained within the offer page. 2. We'll automatically credit 20% of the item pric… Read more

:) Thats me NOT reading the small print.. So used to there being a catch...Some companies dont always let you pay it off. Cheers for the clarification.


Why would you go to Littlewoods where everything is overpriced ? You would be better going to Very where the TV's are cheaper and getting 10% back ?


Well i noticed a couple times that they match Very for LG Oled B7 for £1.3k and 4yrs interest free but not on bnpl


It is possible to pick up a bargain with these type of Littlewoods deals. Usually when an item is on sale and they forget to inflate it when the offer goes live. Rare, but it does happen.


A quick Google search for me shows that most telly's have an additional £100 to £200 on the current RRP. Cold from me.

Samsung UE55NU8000 led tv for £1049.99 at Littlewoods (£787.49 after % 25 discount when you select BNPL)
Found 10th JunFound 10th Jun
Samsung UE55NU8000 led tv for £1049.99 at Littlewoods (£787.49 after % 25 discount when you select BNPL)
Mid range samsung tv, perfect for gaming. 2018 model
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£787.50 great deal for an 8 series 55 inch


So whats to stop you from using your account credit to pay 25% off the tv at the end of the BNPL period? It does seem a bit vague on how it works.


BNPL offer is a 25% account credit. It doesn't bring the price down to the stated amount. Useful if you are looking to buy other stuff, but not otherwise


So last year's 6000 is comparable to this year's 7000. And last year's 7000 to this year's 8000. 55mu7000 has been £649 with a 5 year warranty, so is this £140 extra to have a 2018 sticker on the back and only 1 year of warranty? To be honest I wouldn't touch a tv with 1 years warranty when you get above £250.


its curved tho

LG OLED65B7V 4K OLED TV £1725 when selecting BNPL at checkout @ Littlewoods
Found 6th JunFound 6th Jun
LG OLED65B7V 4K OLED TV £1725 when selecting BNPL at checkout @ Littlewoods
£1,725£2,299.9925%Littlewoods Deals
Pay using BNPL to get 25% off, and use Quidco/Topcashback for another 2% - would be £1691, cheapest this amazing TV has ever been.

Not sold out but price gone up to 2.999






Sold out


Out of stock now

LG OLED55B7V 55inch, 4K Ultra HD Premium HDR, Freeview Play, Smart OLED TV £1050 using  littlewoods BNPL
Found 6th JunFound 6th Jun
Pay using BNPL to get 25% off. But you only get 1 year warranty. Including 4 year warranty it comes to £1215 if the discount also applies to service plan.

Problem is oled panels are only made by a hand full of manufacturers so the market is still being price controlled. Standard 4k LCD screens are made by lots of companies and the manufacturing costs are no where near as much.


I think this may go below 1200 or even 1100 if still in stock after world cup. Currently all major stores still stock this.


Really? Surely as tech gets more bought it will come down? Not saying it will genuinely wondering. almost bought an ex display hisense 65 uhd hdr for £525 with 5yr warranty last night but decided to still hold off


Anyone managed to snatch one for the glitch price?


Yes a definite glitch originally.

25% back on TVs @ Littlewoods
Found 1st JunFound 1st Jun
25% back on TVs @ Littlewoods
May be Cheaper at sister Very 113 different TVs, LG, Sony, Toshiba, Philips, Samsung etc are a… Read more

Why is this expired ?


Sorry LG or Samsung


Terms still the same as your other post so tvs shown still not valid as £399+


Winner, this makes the LG OLED55B7V 55inch the cheapest it's been in ages £1274.99


Very does same deal and are always 20% cheaper cant believeanyone uses littlewoods

Samsung 55 MU7000 .. £799.99 @ Littlewoods (£599 after credit back)
Found 22nd MayFound 22nd May
Samsung 55 MU7000 .. £799.99 @ Littlewoods (£599 after credit back)
Seems to ve mega hot if this is correct. Ive been hunting for this TV for months. If this is as it seems .. mega hot
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You would have prove the fault was inherent i.e. existed from the time of purchase. This would mean getting an independent expert's report (at your own cost). Hence for the vast majority of consumers the law is for all intents and purposes useless ! Like someone said you would be better of with an extended warranty on an expensive purchase.


It's a lot of hassle. You're better off paying for the warranty.


10% new credit user on electricals i think.


Don't statutory rights protect for 6 years anyways ... So the whole 6 year warranty is just by extension converting the statutory period?


£699 at Very .. Any codes for very ? .. it is part of littlewodds

Hisense H65N5750UK 65 Inch, 4K Ultra HD Certified, Freeview Play, Smart TV £599.99 with 25%% off BNPL @ Littlewoods
Found 22nd MayFound 22nd May £100 cheaper than elsewhere (£700) with 12m 0% and 25% off credit to account (embarrassed)

Just for anyone swithering between this set and the N6200 - I was in Costco Edinburgh today and saw the N6200 with a decent display source - a file called “World Cup 4K demo-100mbps.mp4” which looked to be a mix of real life footage and FIFA or Pro Evolution Soccer video game footage. It’s about a 3-4 minute video that is on loop. The set is undoubtedly impressive and no sign of the vertical banding that I suffer from on my Sony 65W855C. That said, a couple of minor niggles - the footage did feel slightly juddery once or twice, and the crowd - particularly on the video game - seemed to flicker very slightly. Unfortunately it created enough doubt in my mind to rule this one out as an upgrade option.


Just been on twitter, Contact them direct and tell them the offers still on your been sent by the twitter team. Do these offers Come round regularly? I havnt got the time to do it unfortunately. Hope this helps


I know it WAS there but it's not there now. Gutted


Offer ends 9pm but I think some Shop Direct monkey thought it said 9am

seaniboy read up too^

Panasonic TX-58EX700B 58 Inch, 4K Ultra HD Certified HDR, Freeview Play, Smart LED TV £486.75 with 25% off BNPL @ Littlewoods
Found 22nd MayFound 22nd May
Panasonic TX-58EX700B 58 Inch, 4K Ultra HD Certified HDR, Freeview Play, Smart LED TV £486.75 with 25% off BNPL @ Littlewoods
25% credit back to account & 12m 0% <3

That’s probably as Limitations Act/ Prescription &amp; Limitations Act Scotland &amp; Consumer Protections Act (and now Consumer Rights Act) are all stronger stronger than the EU Directive anyway, but no “new” item should be packaged/displayed less than 2 years as per EU rules, national laws above only have to meet the EU minimum - we have 6 or 5 (Scotland)


Most retailers/manufacturers still quote consumer right act which doesn't mention this 2 year warranty


Just noticed sorry! Warranty is 2 yrs in EU


Between credit available and cash payment in it should cover the amount of purchase and the BNPL interest they apply to the account, the total is on the second last page of the order screen when you select BNPL before order is confirmed. Go through the order again till that page and get the amount between cash &amp; credit ;)


Thanks for your reply. But how much do i have to pay to make this set and ready for it?

Luxor 55 Inch Ultra HD 4K, Freeview Play, LED, Smart TV £299.99 @ Littlewoods
Found 22nd MayFound 22nd May
25% credit back & 12m 0% (strong)

How do u get it down to £299.99


Hi how does it work out £299.99 showing £399.99 on littlewoods website


If people can’t read 4 k it’s not the posters fault. I guess most cold votes are those who missed out lolz


Why comment on his comment (lol)


But it's not hot?

Luxor 49”  Ultra HD 4K, Freeview Play, Smart TV £262.50 with 25% off BNPL @ Littlewoods
Found 22nd MayFound 22nd May
Luxor 49” Ultra HD 4K, Freeview Play, Smart TV £262.50 with 25% off BNPL @ Littlewoods
25% credit to account & 12m 0% (y)

Cancelled order. Decided to wait on Ambilight3 Argos bargain... cant be long now ;) why waste money eh... I’ll hold tight as I always do :) My Argos Card is sitting empty with £1000 available for the right Ambilight 3 at the right price for a 12m 0% purchase, still got £100 cash for it and another £100 on 1st June will be available. In the next 3 weeks I expect some Argos TV promo given World Cup starts 14th June :D


Why is this as cold as it is?


And it was £399+, so it’s a advertised overlap.


It's terms state £399+ SIMPLE :{


It’s advertised as 25% back, simple.