Recycle your old vacuum (any make) and get £60 off a new Dyson Upright or Cylinder Vacuum @ Dyson
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Recycle your old vacuum (any make) and get £60 off a new Dyson Upright or Cylinder Vacuum @ Dyson

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Found 11th Oct 2011
Order online, and Dyson will collect and recycle your old vacuum - even if it isn’t a Dyson machine. You’ll also get £60 off a new Dyson upright or cylinder.

Super deal if your old vacuum is on its last legs, and your looking to purchase a Dyson anyway! Promotion ends on 17th November 2011!

Free delivery applies to all orders over £25 on all Dyson Upright and Cylinder Cleaners plus they come with a 5 year parts & labour guarantee.

T&C

Promotion
Receive £60 off when you trade in your old vacuum cleaner (any brand) and purchase a new, selected Dyson vacuum cleaner from Dyson.co.uk.

Participation
This offer is only available to residents of the UK mainland only (including the Isle of Skye). There is no cash alternative. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with another offer. This offer only applies to sales of selected vacuum cleaners purchased through Dyson.co.uk.

Uprights:
DC24 Multi Floor, DC24 Drawing, DC24 Animal, DC25 Multi Floor, DC25 Multi Floor Exclusive, DC25 Drawing, DC25 Animal, DC27 All Floors, DC27 Animal, DC33 Multi Floor, DC33 Stubborn, DC33 Animal.

Cylinders:
DC19T2 Multi Floor, DC19T2 Animal, DC23 Motorhead, DC22 Multi Floor, DC26 Multi Floor, DC26 Multi Floor plus Carbon fibre floor tool, DC32 Animal.

Purchases must be made between Monday 10th October 2011 and Thursday 17th November 2011. On acceptance of your order, we aim to deliver your machine within 3-5 working days subject to availability. While stocks last. Dyson may withdraw or suspend this offer at any time without notice.

How to participate

1. Select a new Dyson vacuum cleaner from the list of eligible models during the promotion period.
2. Add the vacuum cleaner to your basket.
3. Opt to trade in an old vacuum cleaner when prompted.
4. A £60 discount will be applied to you new Dyson vacuum cleaner within the Basket.
5. Once payment has been authorised successfully we will arrange a collection on delivery service (collection services are only available from the UK mainland).
6. Please ensure that your trade in machine is suitably packaged for collection by emptying the vacuum’s bin contents, wrapping the machine securely in bin liners, bubble wrap or similar, as well as placing a label on the outside of the package marked: “Dyson Recycle, Dyson Ltd - SN16 0RP”.
7. If you have requested that we recycle your old vacuum cleaner, note that we are unable to return your machine once it has been collected for recycling
8. Please note due to size restrictions we are unable to deliver vacuum cleaners to BFPO addresses.

14 Comments

Or you could just get a Henry and never have to buy another hoover

DC32:
Dyson Price £319.99 reduced to £259.99 with trade in.
Amazon Price: £228.89

So still cheaper to buy elsewhere.

Original Poster

An example of a good deal would be the DC26 Multi floor - Priced at £239.99 less £60 = £179.99 - Next cheapest is at Amazon on offer at £197.60 so saving £17.61

Edited by: "missgem" 11th Oct 2011

Last time I was in Currys (or Comet?) they had a Dyson rep in their trying to sell me one. He said you can trade in your existing Dyson for a new one in Comet (or Currys whichever one it was!)

good deal, but not a dyson fan

DC19t2 animal seems to be cheaper than elsewhere using this

missgem

An example of a good deal would be the DC26 Multi floor - Priced at … An example of a good deal would be the DC26 Multi floor - Priced at £239.99 less £60 = £179.99 - Next cheapest is at Amazon on offer at £197.60 so saving £17.61



That price of £239.99 is already with the £60 off

newsagent

What, its only a cleanerThat price of £239.99 is already with the £60 off


Original Poster

newsagent

That price of £239.99 is already with the £60 off



Silly me! So it is lol thanks for pointing that out

I think Dyson could clean up with this one.

Ingliston

I think Dyson could clean up with this one.



I think that sucks

For that sort of money you'd be better off buying a Sebo or Miele, which will be trouble free for years rather than a Dyson which are renown for bits breaking. And yes, I speak from experience

How stupid that Dyson sell it direct to the public, cut out the retailer and still charge more than the Retailer with their margin. Cheeky

Was going to get the DC24, then realised that after the discount, it is still more expensive than Amazon...
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