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Spend and Save - Save up to £200 on Electric Bikes @ Halfords
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Morning all,

I’m surprised this deal hasn’t made it into here. Just browsing the Halfords website and came across a Spend and Save event, whereby you could save up to £200. This includes all of their products +£500 and surprisingly includes the Raleigh electric bikes too! (Good deal). Some good prices, especially on the Subway E (been looking at this for a while) and the Pendletons.

Perfect opportunity to grab one of these and escape confinement and keep healthy!
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I’ve been watching the prices for a good while at Halfords and the prices of all the bikes have been put up to look like they are doing you a deal, the Carrera fold up was £749 not that long ago and now with the £100 off it’s still £799. Some decent deals to be had but not the best!
Stormtrooper7322/03/2020 10:33

I’ve been watching the prices for a good while at Halfords and the prices o …I’ve been watching the prices for a good while at Halfords and the prices of all the bikes have been put up to look like they are doing you a deal, the Carrera fold up was £749 not that long ago and now with the £100 off it’s still £799. Some decent deals to be had but not the best!


If you are talking about the Carrera Crosscity that used to be £650.

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I'd argue its still great value at £799 because it has some decent components fitted but was much better value in the past.

When we leave the EU it may go cheaper, at the moment I think its pretty much all chinese parts but its assembled in the Czech republic to avoid EU tariffs. Currently EU tariffs on ebikes vary between 25 and 75%.
I often find the motto 'save and save' tends to save me more money.
fireman122/03/2020 11:36

I often find the motto 'save and save' tends to save me more money.


Yes, I think it's a misuse of the word save. Simply by not spending, you save.
Heat! Wonder if Nhs blue light discount can be used with this, and will there be further discount this Easter?
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