SAMSUNG RR39M73407F/EU Tall Fridge - Refined Steel for £16.99 delivered @ Currys eBay
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SAMSUNG RR39M73407F/EU Tall Fridge - Refined Steel for £16.99 delivered @ Currys eBay

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Found 23rd Feb
Good price for this Samsung fridge Do I need one? No, but I'm going to think about it


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Top features:

- Large storage capacity for easy food management
- Dispenser so you can enjoy clean still water
- Frost-free for even temperature and fresh content
- Holiday mode and safety features for peace of mind

Large storage capacity

Suitable for a busy family, the Samsung RR39M73407F/EU Tall Fridge has plenty of space to help you organise your weekly food shopping. With 375 litres of room, you can stock up the fridge with healthy snacks, meal plans, drinks and more.

Five adjustable shelves, wine rack, and two salad crispers help you organise and manage your food so that everyone in the family has access to their favourite stuff.

Dispenser

Enjoy fresh, chilled water on tap anytime your thirst requires. The RR39M73407F provides non-plumbed filtered water as a great alternative to bottled water.

Frost-free

This Samsung fridge runs at an even temperature to prevent ice build-up. This saves you the hassle of defrosting while keeping your food fresher for longer.

A fast-chill function ensures that your wines and soft drinks are served at the optimum temperature.

Holiday mode and safety features

Go on holiday knowing your fridge is under control. On holiday mode, the RR39M73407F uses less power while keeping your food fresh.
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ordered. will see what happens.
16.99??cheap
Ok, what gives...must be a price mistake?
£17. Worth a punt
ms20051 m ago

ordered. will see what happens.


Me too.
OOS
Got one!
Yip. I’m in
Yep, says This item is out of stock now
OOS unsurprisingly lol
Out off stock, damit
Oos
cheap! its a steal!
Well that escalated quickly
Original Poster
I'm still thinking about it... lol
Edited by: "idontflycathay" 23rd Feb
Damn just missed it by seconds
Account with 118 feedback Letters C R bought 3 of these! Greedy!
just looked more closely at the pictures. it shows two different fridges. one has a water dispenser the other does not. i imagine some intern is going to get a clip around the ear later today.
Nearly had one.... I wonder if they have to honour it as it's a bit different buying through Ebay than their own site.
hilarous if this gets honoured!
Original Poster
Missed it, so gutted
damn, could have done with a bigger fridge
Will you guys be able to get them?
Or they wil say its was a mistake?
Let us know pls
Gutted i just missed
I just need a deal on the matching freezer now!
5reds2 m ago

Account with 118 feedback Letters C R bought 3 of these! Greedy!


How can you find that out?
Mind you, I'm on the app and not the website
Original Poster
ms20054 m ago

just looked more closely at the pictures. it shows two different fridges. …just looked more closely at the pictures. it shows two different fridges. one has a water dispenser the other does not. i imagine some intern is going to get a clip around the ear later today.


It's official. I've just been sacked from Currys Anyone hiring?
bobby-gg4 m ago

How can you find that out? Mind you, I'm on the app and not the website


The classic style website
I've checked the term and conditions on ebay,

What have you agreed to?When a buyer places the successful bid on an item or clicks "Buy It Now", the two parties will have entered into a legally binding contract (with very few exceptions as detailed in our Non-Binding Bid Policy).The terms of the contract are set out in the seller's listing and in agreeing to buy the goods or services the buyer is accepting those terms.

There is no additional information on the listing, so if Currys try to back out, it would be breach of contract, so well done to all those that grabbed a fantastic bargain!
Edited by: "Dan_Monkfield" 23rd Feb
Dan_Monkfield3 m ago

I've checked the term and conditions on ebay, What have you agreed to?When …I've checked the term and conditions on ebay, What have you agreed to?When a buyer places the successful bid on an item or clicks "Buy It Now", the two parties will have entered into a legally binding contract (with very few exceptions as detailed in our Non-Binding Bid Policy).The terms of the contract are set out in the seller's listing and in agreeing to buy the goods or services the buyer is accepting those terms.There is no additional information on the listing, so if Currys try to back out, it would be breach of contract, so well done to all those that grabbed a fantastic bargain!


That contract carrys no legal weight and is never ever inforced
DSG have just left me positive feedback.

"Easy transaction. Thank you so much for choosing Currys PC World"

Not to be all legal but that would appear to ratify the "error". I'm sticking this out.
Edited by: "ms2005" 23rd Feb
5reds11 m ago

Account with 118 feedback Letters C R bought 3 of these! Greedy!



C R will soon have Fridges for sale on ebay.......
Dan_Monkfield6 m ago

I've checked the term and conditions on ebay, What have you agreed to?When …I've checked the term and conditions on ebay, What have you agreed to?When a buyer places the successful bid on an item or clicks "Buy It Now", the two parties will have entered into a legally binding contract (with very few exceptions as detailed in our Non-Binding Bid Policy).The terms of the contract are set out in the seller's listing and in agreeing to buy the goods or services the buyer is accepting those terms.There is no additional information on the listing, so if Currys try to back out, it would be breach of contract, so well done to all those that grabbed a fantastic bargain!


They can still cancel the sale as stating "item is not available / damaged and can't be sold".
Dan_Monkfield12 m ago

I've checked the term and conditions on ebay, What have you agreed to?When …I've checked the term and conditions on ebay, What have you agreed to?When a buyer places the successful bid on an item or clicks "Buy It Now", the two parties will have entered into a legally binding contract (with very few exceptions as detailed in our Non-Binding Bid Policy).The terms of the contract are set out in the seller's listing and in agreeing to buy the goods or services the buyer is accepting those terms.There is no additional information on the listing, so if Currys try to back out, it would be breach of contract, so well done to all those that grabbed a fantastic bargain!


Wrong. The order can be cancelled if there was a problem with the listing. Happens all the one on eBay
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I think someone at Curry's had a few too many...
Cancelled
Cancelled!!!!
just had a cancellation message
Ah genuinely sorry to hear they're being cancelled. I missed this by seconds but still would have loved to have seen these being honoured
Edited by: "bigpappasmurf13" 23rd Feb
Blame the guy who ordered 3... Curry's know that no human needs 3 fridges lol.
HellRazer28 m ago

They can still cancel the sale as stating "item is not available / damaged …They can still cancel the sale as stating "item is not available / damaged and can't be sold".


I'd be disputing the issue and demanding to know exactly what conditions of sales they are cancelling under within the eBay terms and conditions. If you've already made payment, and there is no specific condition to cover mispricing, then it's got to be breach of contract.
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