Sports Direct have introduced Click + Collect for £3.99 - Receive a £5 voucher for an instore spend
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Sports Direct have introduced Click + Collect for £3.99 - Receive a £5 voucher for an instore spend

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Found 16th Mar 2015
Sports Direct have introduced Click + Collect for £3.99 - Receive a £5 voucher for an instore spend when buying via click and collect.
Highly guarded secret that they also have a sale on!

28 Comments

This was posted last month and received a similar frosty response

The cold votes are probably driven from the expectation that click and collect should be free and not a £4 charge irrespective of a voucher promo

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Chanchi32

This was posted last month and received a similar frosty responseThe cold … This was posted last month and received a similar frosty responseThe cold votes are probably driven from the expectation that click and collect should be free and not a £4 charge irrespective of a voucher promo



-98 in 4 weeks, -58 in 27 minutes....might have a different ending (_;)

BuzzDuraband

-98 in 4 weeks, -58 in 27 minutes....might have a different ending (_;)



The irony is if it was free delivery

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If you're going to pay for delivery, you might as well have it delivered to you directly. Not happy with having to pay to collect from store. May as well buy from the shop instead. £5 voucher for your trouble.... Bit of a money spinning con I think.

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Chanchi32

The irony is if it was free … The irony is if it was free deliveryhttp://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/free-delivery-uk-orders-sports-direct-ebay-outlet-2046473



Said it before about Boots, it astounds me how they have the audacity to charge you £3.99 to get in your car, drive to their store, queue up and purchase items from them.

BuzzDuraband

Said it before about Boots, it astounds me how they have the audacity to … Said it before about Boots, it astounds me how they have the audacity to charge you £3.99 to get in your car, drive to their store, queue up and purchase items from them.



Yep - Boots charging for click and collect is a joke


Cheeky

not worth the trouble & cost of getting to the store. they'd lose it anyway by the time i got there.

Chanchi32

Yep - Boots charging for click and collect is a joke



Boots only charge if it's under £21 though I think.

Cold, because Mike Ashley is a euphemism for a word deemed too naughty for HUKD oO

Original Poster

Wow, not the best response I've ever had aha! For me the perk is that lots of their items are a lot cheaper online rather than in store.
Some trousers I wanted for 20 in store. And I get them for 17 (includes delivery) and a 5 pound voucher.

nebno6

Wow, not the best response I've ever had aha! For me the perk is that … Wow, not the best response I've ever had aha! For me the perk is that lots of their items are a lot cheaper online rather than in store. Some trousers I wanted for 20 in store. And I get them for 17 (includes delivery) and a 5 pound voucher.



Biggest problem that everything you bought even at sale prices was most likely 100% more than it was worth

Don't think you are buying branded goods at SD as they own 95% of the brands they sell & just stick the logos on cheap sub Primark quality Chinese tat

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corred1964

Biggest problem that everything you bought even at sale prices was most … Biggest problem that everything you bought even at sale prices was most likely 100% more than it was worthDon't think you are buying branded goods at SD as they own 95% of the brands they sell & just stick the logos on cheap sub Primark quality Chinese tat


Bought loads from them, had very few problems with quality.

nebno6

Bought loads from them, had very few problems with quality.



Very low standards then as it's all mass produced generic Chinese tat

Many people don't think Primark quality is poor either
Edited by: "corred1964" 17th Mar 2015

Banned

sportsdirect in quality really is below primark...
also wtf is up with charging 4pounds for delivering to a store
Edited by: "229mel" 17th Mar 2015

I haven't got a problem with the quality of what I buy at Sports Direct. I only buy trainers there and I'm a tight **** so never pay more than 30 quid a pair. I get 2 years on a pair which to me is pretty good. however expecting me to pay to collect goods from their stores is a bit of a rip off!


Sports Direct, Boots.....paying for C&C... not exactly encouraging you to shopping there

another rip off by SD

Why would you pay for click & collect, every other major store it's free....pass....

Receive a £5 voucher.... this is a joke as you have to spend minimum amount to redeem the bloody voucher. COLD COLD COLD COLD COLD COLD COLD COLD COLD COLD COLD COLD COLD COLD COLD COLD COLD COLD COLD COLD COLD COLD COLD COLD COLD and RUBBISH

corred1964

Biggest problem that everything you bought even at sale prices was most … Biggest problem that everything you bought even at sale prices was most likely 100% more than it was worthDon't think you are buying branded goods at SD as they own 95% of the brands they sell & just stick the logos on cheap sub Primark quality Chinese tat


is that true? i bought quite a lot of items from SD oO

pay for click and collect pure joke

I don't know how Sports Direct get away with all this '70% off rrp' bs...... they set the rrp because they own all the brands. Dunlop, Kangol, No Fear, Lonsdale, and all the rest... all owned by Sports Direct.

pathetic company - worst cs i've ever dealt with, order at your own risk and stupidity.

PinkyXH

is that true? i bought quite a lot of items from SD oO




Yes it's true.....VERY FEW items sold by Sports Direct are not own label.......Manufactured cheaply in China & then SD owned brand labelling/logos/badges added.

Examples of SD own brands are

Airwalk
British Knights
Campri
Character
Donnay
Dunlop
Everlast
Fabric
Firetrap
Gelert
Georgio
Golddigga
Hot Tuna
Kangol
Karrimore
LA Gear
Lee Cooper
Lonsdale
Miss Fiori
Muddyfox
New Balance
No Fear
Pierre Cardin
Slazenger
Sondico

& Many more
Edited by: "corred1964" 17th Mar 2015

Yep, Sports Direct took quality products like Slazenger, Lee Cooper, New Balance, and Kangol and turned them into cheapskate tat brands.

aurora

Yep, Sports Direct took quality products like Slazenger, Lee Cooper, New … Yep, Sports Direct took quality products like Slazenger, Lee Cooper, New Balance, and Kangol and turned them into cheapskate tat brands.



I think they also have Caterpillar now too oO

COOOOOOOOOOOLD another rip off!
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