Silentnight Monteray Mattresses: Single £82, Double £105, King Size £117 @ Makro In Store
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Silentnight Monteray Mattresses: Single £82, Double £105, King Size £117 @ Makro In Store

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Found 9th Apr 2007
Single 82 SSRP 189.99
Double 105 SSRP 249.99
King Size 117 SSRP 99.99

Including VAT

makro.co.uk/ie/…l=1
Its on page 7 of the nonfood leaflet
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    Good prices, but I think they will be plus VAT?
    phil001

    Good prices, but I think they will be plus VAT?



    Seems the OP has already added the VAT
    top mattresses, brought a couple in thier jan promotion
    Do you still need to have a Makro card to go there?
    Daz CPFC

    Seems the OP has already added the VAT



    Ah, ok, i see!
    I bought one of this same model at Makro about two years ago and cannot recommend it. IMHO it is a very cheap, poor quality mattress. The mattress has lumps everywhere and the support seems nonexistent. I wake up every morning with my back hurting. Have ordered a replacement mattress already due to come any day - memory foam + pocket sprung. I can't wait to have a good nights sleep again.
    Clairebeary28

    Do you still need to have a Makro card to go there?




    Yes you do i'm afraid
    I've been looking at this for a while,we have a kingsize bed and the price is very good
    AFAIK you can get a 'DAY PASS' from any Makro store which will allow you to shop, as a means of trying them out.

    I have done it loads of times.

    Ring first to make sure that it's nationwide.
    I had a silent night from makro a few years ago. totally ruined in a few years. You only get what you pay for. I spent £500 on another new matress, 2 years on, as good as new.

    deeyup
    rizla01

    AFAIK you can get a 'DAY PASS' from any Makro store which will allow you … AFAIK you can get a 'DAY PASS' from any Makro store which will allow you to shop, as a means of trying them out. I have done it loads of times.Ring first to make sure that it's nationwide.



    Shouldn't be happening really, day passes are meant for people who have say, left their cards at home. A day pass has to be issued against a registered makro card number and 2 forms of ID should be seen proving the person is the person who's name is registered on the card.


    To register you would need :

    Work for somebody else - A letter on headed paper requesting a Makro card for you which must be signed by a manager of said company

    Self employed/Own a company-

    Business cheque book(possibly business bank card) OR Vat certificate OR CIS card

    AND
    2 Invoices for goods purchased over £50 (the £50 isn't really too crucial if you have none for that much)

    AND
    Personal ID
    Original Poster
    Don't they also allow professional people: doctors, civil servants, police officers, driving instructors, etc to join as well?
    Don't have a van so could see getting the king size home is a bit of a non-starter
    ty [url]www.matressman.co.uk[/url] - often cheaper than "special offers" - matressman also is avaiable via [url]www.quidco.com[/url]
    rizla which makro gives you day pass? which you go to
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