Save up to £100 off a new Dyson - direct + FREE Toolkit worth £56! + double nectar points!
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Save up to £100 off a new Dyson - direct + FREE Toolkit worth £56! + double nectar points!

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Found 14th Dec 2012
Save up to £100 off a new Dyson - direct + FREE Toolkit worth £56!

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Earlier i purchased a Dyson DC32 animal for £229.99 - £60 cheaper than Argos, amazon and home base plus free delivery and tool kit worth £56!

PLUS double nectar points if you visit them via nectar portal.

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thanks for info and about nectar points
Good info, cheers
Plus there is 5% cashback on quidco
Ours is just on its way out
5.05% cash back from Topcashback. Quicker, chaseable and more reliable than Quidco and without the ripoff £5 annual fee
Is it possible to get nectar and Quidco,anybody?
buckfast67uk

5.05% cash back from Topcashback. Quicker, chaseable and more reliable … 5.05% cash back from Topcashback. Quicker, chaseable and more reliable than Quidco and without the ripoff £5 annual fee


More reliable?
Cashback from apple

I'm afraid that there is virtually no likelihood that we will be able to … I'm afraid that there is virtually no likelihood that we will be able to recover the cashback that you have been expecting in response to this claim from the merchant, as it seems that our efforts to acquire a decision have been unsuccessful. We can, nevertheless, appreciate that you have been very patient in and co-operative in allowing your claim to progress through the pre-set channels of enquiry.In such situations, we can employ our 'Fair Play' policy to help ensure that there are no ill feelings towards the parties involved, and to help ensure that you have not lost out too much as a result of these circumstances.


Also non of 3 friends referral have ever tracked.
Edited by: "mspychala" 16th Dec 2012
Some are cheaper in currys and 5% discount code at the moment
£200 for a hoover? I'll pass.
kimbles

Ours is just on its way out



They do an all in service, all parts included for a fixed price, £73, - completely refurb your dyson - well worth it
Edited by: "catherton" 16th Dec 2012
3ak

£200 for a hoover? I'll pass.



So would I, but I'd pay it for a Dyson.
Dc14 origin is still 20 quid cheaper on very. No kit or nectar though, but who needs a kit??
Hughsee I saw the 5% discount at curtys before I ordered mine but I think this is still hotter - higher spec plus free toolkit and the nectar. If this wasn't around I think that's the next best ATM.

If anyone's got any negative or useless posts - put them on someone else's deal. No value whatsoever
3ak

£200 for a hoover? I'll pass.



Its not a Hoover. For the money please tell
me a better product.
Its a pity that Comet has "One foot in the grave" and soon
to be both. The Dysons they sold often had the toolkit that
was not included at other stores.

£200 or so for a Dyson is pretty good.
Thanks for the post. Have a good
Christmas (Well, a clean one at least.)
...however every Dyson is at least £100 over-priced so where is the bargain.? Like Apple, this company has had success in creating a mass cult. The joys of capitalism and marketing!
would NEVER but a dyson

overpriced kek

I'm in the market for a vacuum cleaner but am likely to be going for a Numatic Henry or similar as opposed to a Dyson!!! I've read that they're a better product - although they do fail a little in the area of pet hair (which doesn't impact me).
marathonic

I'm in the market for a vacuum cleaner but am likely to be going for a … I'm in the market for a vacuum cleaner but am likely to be going for a Numatic Henry or similar as opposed to a Dyson!!! I've read that they're a better product - although they do fail a little in the area of pet hair (which doesn't impact me).



Can I ask, are you bald then
Not bald - but I don't expect to be shedding my hair for a few years yet (not to the extent that a Numatic Henry would be insufficient to clear it up anyway )
skykid3

would NEVER but a dysonoverpriced kek



Shouldn`t comment on topics you have no idea about!
huh deal price including the free toolkit rrp £56 is a little dodgy for me esp when i select my dyson model (ball jobba) and cannot find that tool kit. someone at dyson marketing wouldn't have concocted a clean and tidy tool kit, hyper inflated its price, and used it solely as a marketing tool to buy a vacuum cleaner?
pass. they are around that price anyways really.. they all do the same thing..
marathonic

I'm in the market for a vacuum cleaner but am likely to be going for a … I'm in the market for a vacuum cleaner but am likely to be going for a Numatic Henry or similar as opposed to a Dyson!!! I've read that they're a better product - although they do fail a little in the area of pet hair (which doesn't impact me).



Nonsense. Maybe built a little bit more solidly but thats nitpicking. The Dyson suction is consistent and much much better then the Henry plus the Dyson is bag-less and so easy to empty.
skykid3

would NEVER but a dyson


Are you a goat?
kwl147

Nonsense. Maybe built a little bit more solidly but thats nitpicking. The … Nonsense. Maybe built a little bit more solidly but thats nitpicking. The Dyson suction is consistent and much much better then the Henry plus the Dyson is bag-less and so easy to empty.


Henry is a lump of a machine built to last forever for low quality office cleaning. I've never understood the cult of the Henry for domestic use.
pibpob

Henry is a lump of a machine built to last forever for low quality office … Henry is a lump of a machine built to last forever for low quality office cleaning. I've never understood the cult of the Henry for domestic use.



Me neither. I think it's because it's got eyes and stuff, that's enough for some people I guess.
the dyson dc32 is absolutely **** . we've had it for 4-5 months now and all the hairs get tangled up in to it. the end bit has broken off of it. DO NOT GET THE DC32. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED.
buckfast67uk

5.05% cash back from Topcashback. Quicker, chaseable and more reliable … 5.05% cash back from Topcashback. Quicker, chaseable and more reliable than Quidco and without the ripoff £5 annual fee

I'm afraid that there is virtually no likelihood that we will be able to … I'm afraid that there is virtually no likelihood that we will be able to recover the cashback that you have been expecting in response to this claim from the merchant, as it seems that our efforts to acquire a decision have been unsuccessful. We can, nevertheless, appreciate that you have been very patient in and co-operative in allowing your claim to progress through the pre-set channels of enquiry.In such situations, we can employ our 'Fair Play' policy to help ensure that there are no ill feelings towards the parties involved, and to help ensure that you have not lost out too much as a result of these circumstances.



Yea they are more reliable. all my cash back tracks. if there is an issue its usually with the merchant and not TCB. all my refer a friends worked too. your friend needs to earn a threshold and get it paid before you get your referral bonus otherwise you can just refer a lost of bogus emails and scam it.
DC32 Animal Out of stock.
If that's true it's now back in stock
no nothing about these things but wife wants one. anyone know whether DC25 is worth premium over DC14?

and aren't the free tools the same as the extras that come with the DC25 anyway which seems a bit daft!
Got the dc32 today and its a nice bit of kit and could suck a golf ball through 10 yards of hose pipe Free tool kit is sent separately and I believe will be items in the accessories range that you normally buy . Very pleased so far.
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