Up to £100 trade in on Windows 7 computers @ PCWorld
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Up to £100 trade in on Windows 7 computers @ PCWorld

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Found 21st Oct 2009
From 22nd October, PC World are offering up to £100 off to anyone who trades in an old, working laptop for a Windows 7 machine.

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Up to £100 determined by the tech guys.

I'd be very surprised if anyone got anything remotely near £100.

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It also most likely depends on how over priced the laptop your looking to buy is as well.

No voted hot or cold as it's your first post and fair play for posting, but I hate PC World - whenever I've been there I've always walked past some poor couple being sold a hopelessly over spec'd laptop for an over inflated price after being given some "sound advice" by the assistant.

ah so my old P3 wont get £100 never mind better luck next time

jeezus you people just bash anything to do with these companies, just relentlessly.

if it was the beloved John Lewis, this would be the best deal in the universe.

I saw the post and though... woooo great get rid of that Dell Latitude C100 I got on my desk gathering dust

but they might charge me to take that away

This sounded like a great deal, until I saw the words "up to".

Mobeer;6650102

This sounded like a great deal, until I saw the words "up to".



well whaddya want for old crappy laptops?

having said that, i put the spec of an Acer timeline directly from the shelf, into the discount calculator at our shop today, it would only give me £90 back on a brand new £549 machine!

tight gits!

rubbish deal

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Up to £100 determined by the tech guys.I'd be very surprised if anyone … Up to £100 determined by the tech guys.I'd be very surprised if anyone got anything remotely near £100.


the tech guys know nothing anyway

dead cold, rubbish deal, P.C.world are sad.:?

Warm deal, not the best deal for laptops etc but saving even £10 vs the rrp is a deal

Some people just do not like buying on line for some reason...

ps

The tech guys may not be true IT pros but they do have to do a basic course to be classed as a tech guy...

Yes, Let me put you on hold for half an hour at our premium telephone rate. Now back to the problem and after consulting with the technical expert if you just switch your machine off and then turn it back on again it should solve the problem

LOL:thumbsup: but true
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