Spend £50 @ Currys/PCworld and receive £10 credit back from AMEX
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Spend £50 @ Currys/PCworld and receive £10 credit back from AMEX

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Found 3rd Dec 2014
This offer can be used online or instore and of course can be combined with any other offers / cashback currently available.

Valid till 31st Dec

**Please note that you must enrol your Amex card into this promotion online before making your purchase

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already posted (and in my case used!)

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Sid Harper

already posted (and in my case used!)



Posted where? I can only see an expired one from last year

Thanks for posting OP, heat added. I really don't understand why folk get the hump on here about duplicate posts. Some people like myself aren't able to spend 24 hours a day on here and often miss deals first time around. Also, the search facility on here is carp so its hit or miss whether previous posts will show up anyway.

Buy a gift card with the AMEX, then use the O2 offer for more discount

lord_trumpington

Thanks for posting OP, heat added. I really don't understand why folk … Thanks for posting OP, heat added. I really don't understand why folk get the hump on here about duplicate posts. Some people like myself aren't able to spend 24 hours a day on here and often miss deals first time around. Also, the search facility on here is carp so its hit or miss whether previous posts will show up anyway.



Worth getting the mobile app and setting alerts for key words, or checking certain tags you're interested in, e.g.

hotukdeals.com/tag…mex

lord_trumpington

Thanks for posting OP, heat added. I really don't understand why folk … Thanks for posting OP, heat added. I really don't understand why folk get the hump on here about duplicate posts. Some people like myself aren't able to spend 24 hours a day on here and often miss deals first time around. Also, the search facility on here is carp so its hit or miss whether previous posts will show up anyway.

i don't have the hump but I do have an issue with being on here 24 hours a day - the whole point of 'hot' deals is that you can see what is hot and what is not; the community does the work of bringing the good stuff to your attention; else everyone should be posting everything over and over again... boom there goes the value of the site

morgie

Worth getting the mobile app and setting alerts for key words, or … Worth getting the mobile app and setting alerts for key words, or checking certain tags you're interested in, e.g.http://www.hotukdeals.com/tag/amex

agree

I have now registered for the Currys/PCWorld offer but it doesnt show in my amex card offers will it still work?

gillyk

I have now registered for the Currys/PCWorld offer but it doesnt show in … I have now registered for the Currys/PCWorld offer but it doesnt show in my amex card offers will it still work?

no

Voted cold, this offer was posted about a week ago. I have already used it...!

Sid Harper

i don't have the hump but I do have an issue with being on here 24 hours … i don't have the hump but I do have an issue with being on here 24 hours a day - the whole point of 'hot' deals is that you can see what is hot and what is not; the community does the work of bringing the good stuff to your attention; else everyone should be posting everything over and over again... boom there goes the value of the site



OK Sid, , I agree with you, but I also agree with the Lord Trumpington.

There is a fundamental problem with this site, in that to see all of the hot deals you have to spend your life looking through all the deals on the off chance one might be interesting to you.

If Trumpington had not posted that deal, I would never have seen the deal posted 3 days ago because I was away on Business. So in my case my thanks goes to Mr Trumpington.

Can I see a lit of current list hot deals in heat order? That would be a useful way of sifting through the carp

Also if you have Amex, check out and register for the shop small offer. Spend £10 in small local shops, pubs and resturants and get £5 credit.

Posted here if you missed it:

hotukdeals.com/dea…450

magicmikethegrea

OK Sid, , I agree with you, but I also agree with the Lord … OK Sid, , I agree with you, but I also agree with the Lord Trumpington.There is a fundamental problem with this site, in that to see all of the hot deals you have to spend your life looking through all the deals on the off chance one might be interesting to you.If Trumpington had not posted that deal, I would never have seen the deal posted 3 days ago because I was away on Business. So in my case my thanks goes to Mr Trumpington.Can I see a lit of current list hot deals in heat order? That would be a useful way of sifting through the carp



just in case that was an honest question: http://www.hotukdeals.com/all/deals/hot

I do see your point - personally I don't look a the hot deals but rather filter for stuff I'm looking for and then take a glance every so often at new stuff.

That way I spend money on stuff I'm looking for and occasionally spot the odd deal of the century which I fall for, but I figure that if I grabbed every such deal I would be destitute

I used this and received my £10 credit so can confirm it works..these AMEX deals are very good!

does anyone know if this will work with a AMEX baclaycard?

Sometimes before positing I search for a deal on the desktop site and still don't see the duplicate. I've often become aware of deals on repeat postings. I appreciate the need for reducing spam deals but also like the refreshing of old decent deals that are still active.

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a1

does anyone know if this will work with a AMEX baclaycard?



Yes it will work. Worked on mine

T&C's
• An "Eligible Card" is a valid American Express card issued in the UK by American Express Services Europe Limited, Lloyds Bank PLC, Barclays PLC, TSB Bank plc or MBNA Europe Bank Limited. Prepaid cards, gift cards and corporate cards are not eligible. You must meet any additional eligibility requirements contained in the Offer Terms.

or spend £699 and get £100

Does it work on suppliment cards as well? Many thanks.

Are dixons travels part of Currys/PC World chain - since the latter process returns for them - if so should I get the statement credit if I shopped at Dixons travel then?

matwalaboy

Are dixons travels part of Currys/PC World chain - since the latter … Are dixons travels part of Currys/PC World chain - since the latter process returns for them - if so should I get the statement credit if I shopped at Dixons travel then?



I don't believe so, not in terms of this offer. You got the Foursquare credit though, think that's as good as it gets ☺

morgie

I don't believe so, not in terms of this offer. You got the Foursquare … I don't believe so, not in terms of this offer. You got the Foursquare credit though, think that's as good as it gets ☺



The greedy mind wants more

Just got my £10 credit

Bought £50 of B+Q vouchers for £40

Thanks

what other gift cards do pc world sell? visa or amex cards?

midnightblade

what other gift cards do pc world sell? visa or amex cards?



Not that I've seen. Two large stores checked, they had their own giftcards and iTunes giftcards as well as some for online games. Not sure where the B&Q ones were found?

seems like this offer is fully subscribed
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