Tesco Domed Glass Raised Wall Clock Dia. 30cm, Cream £3.75 @ Tesco £2 Click & Collect, Also In Store
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Tesco Domed Glass Raised Wall Clock Dia. 30cm, Cream £3.75 @ Tesco £2 Click & Collect, Also In Store

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Found 5th Feb 2016
Picked this up for my sister earlier in St Rollox, Glasgow for £3.75 - a few left, really nice in the flesh. Also online.

Raised black markers and a white domed face give this analogue wall clock a sleek, modern look. The clock measures 30cm in diameter and features reliable quartz movement and a durable plastic* body. Requires 1x AA battery.

Receipt and picture of the clock in my trolley in Post #1.

*Though one review says "Despite the description the domed glass is NOT plastic but real glass. Fitted with a good quality London Clock Company Quartz movement so I guess they made it for Tesco."

Edit: Didn't realise Click & Collect had changed - "Click+Collect is free for orders of £30 or more. For orders under £30, you will be charged £2 for delivery."

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There is no more free Click&Collect in Tesco for orders under £30.

stingergb

There is no more free Click&Collect in Tesco for orders under £30.



​crap now

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stingergb

There is no more free Click&Collect in Tesco for orders under £30.

Oh bums, I knew there was a price increase due but didn't know the date. I'll update my listing.

"Click+Collect with Tesco direct enables you to shop in a way that suits you. You can collect your order from any Tesco store* so you can pick the most convenient store for you, from a large Extra to your local Express. With a 5pm cut-off time for next day collection** it’s a great option if you want your order quickly; however, we will keep your order at the collection point for 14 days if you can’t make it to the store right away. Click+Collect is free for orders of £30 or more. For orders under £30, you will be charged £2 for delivery."

It's outrageous that Tesco are now charging customers to have goods delivered to there stores for them to collect the thing is these items have always been delivered to the store it's called STOCK !!

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FamilyGuy67

It's outrageous that Tesco are now charging customers to have goods … It's outrageous that Tesco are now charging customers to have goods delivered to there stores for them to collect the thing is these items have always been delivered to the store it's called STOCK !!

Some orders do get delivered to stores though - I had a toaster delivered to a small (no electrical items sold) Metro store, Yodel stickers on the package.

true but they use yodel to get it deliverd not there own trucks for a general delivery but i think its silly i wont be hunting for a bargain on there now

The 2pound probably goes towards the 15 minutes it takes them to find your parcel, why does it take so long in a small express store? (im not blaming the staff as they are real nice there)
Edited by: "GreatestThing" 5th Feb 2016

FamilyGuy67

It's outrageous that Tesco are now charging customers to have goods … It's outrageous that Tesco are now charging customers to have goods delivered to there stores for them to collect the thing is these items have always been delivered to the store it's called STOCK !!



​They'll eventually back track on the 2 pound charge, it's inevitable

Nice clock. Shame out £2 del charge. Won't be considering c&c at Tesco anymore! Next stop asda direct

canny clock OP ...but no CC... bad move Tesco wont be bothering anymore. expect your sales to plummit and stock to sit. £2.00 to pick up from your store outrageous!!! I think one of the best stores at min for delivery is Superdrug with £10.00 or more and delivered to your home!!

Greed Tesco....byeeeeeee

sleepingscorpion

​They'll eventually back track on the 2 pound charge, it's inevitable



​No they wont, spending 30 for free del is fair. Did amazon lose sales when they upped their minimum delivery?

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Compared to Sports Direct's daylight robbery £5 for click and collect (though you get a £5 in store credit voucher) £2 isn't bad. Not really worth it if you're just picking up this a £3.75 item - though I think this clock is still worth the money.

thank you, I got the last one in St Rollox today

Personally I prefer an analogue wall clock to have the 1-12 hours marked as numbers, a second hand and be radio-controlled, but you'll pay a lot more than 3.75 for that (I paid 14 quid 5 years ago for the one I linked to and I love it, but it's no longer available sadly).
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