Upto £150 cash back from Bosch on large appliances
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Upto £150 cash back from Bosch on large appliances

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Found 24th Oct 2014
Up to £150 cash back on large appliances from Bosch.

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TA.

Sorry to be lazy here but what does this actually mean? The website doesn't give any model info and I imagine is it limited to certain models.

yrreb88

Sorry to be lazy here but what does this actually mean? The website … Sorry to be lazy here but what does this actually mean? The website doesn't give any model info and I imagine is it limited to certain models.



The website does not make it very clear but I have found model info on the postal claim form: login.360incentives.com/Sha…pdf

Shame it's not for the Bosch appliance I want. Hot for those who want an appliance on the list.

If you're buying a few appliances you might want to eBay/Google for open box.

When I refurbed my new house I saved 60% going this route. Then did the same for my parents, a couple of houses I did for investment and some family members. Only my parents oven failed and AEG replaced that for the latest model and also replaced the combi microwave as it no longer matched (original model was no longer in production).

Doesn't work too well for lower range from what I saw. But mine were all top of the range and by buying open box I managed to get them for mid/lower end equivalent prices.
Edited by: "Mentos" 26th Oct 2014

Mentos

If you're buying a few appliances you might want to eBay/Google for open … If you're buying a few appliances you might want to eBay/Google for open box.When I refurbed my new house I saved 60% going this route. Then did the same for my parents, a couple of houses I did for investment and some family members. Only my parents oven failed and AEG replaced that for the latest model and also replaced the combi microwave as it no longer matched (original model was no longer in production).Doesn't work too well for lower range from what I saw. But mine were all top of the range and by buying open box I managed to get them for mid/lower end equivalent prices.

googled open box and on ebay comes up set top box satellite?

Why don't these companies just reduce the price instead of all this cashback rubbish?

nasir_glasgow

googled open box and on ebay comes up set top box satellite?



Google/ebay 'graded Bosch'!

Xrayday

Why don't these companies just reduce the price instead of all this … Why don't these companies just reduce the price instead of all this cashback rubbish?



It's to do with tax offset I believe, some one else who knows what they're talking about can explain it better.

Mentos

If you're buying a few appliances you might want to eBay/Google for open … If you're buying a few appliances you might want to eBay/Google for open box.



Sound advice - but if you're planning to go for the Bosch cashback offer bear in mind that it's unlikely to qualify (specific retailers only).

John Lewis always stock Bosch and of course you get an extra year's warranty from JL.

vanbling

Google/ebay 'graded Bosch'!

thanks

Melbury

John Lewis always stock Bosch and of course you get an extra year's … John Lewis always stock Bosch and of course you get an extra year's warranty from JL.



All Bosch appliances come with 2 year warranty as standard so no advantage with the JL warranty

vanbling

Google/ebay 'graded Bosch'!



Sorry that was just an example of a search term to append to your normal search. So for example if you're after a Bosch oven try the following (on ebay and google):

Open Box Bosch Oven
Graded Bosch Oven
Ex Display Bosch Oven

It helps if you're flexible with the manufacturer/model or can be a little patient. IMO the top tier Bosch/Neff/Mielle/Siemens/AEG are all very good. I wanted the AEG full touch control ovens as the design went very well with my modern design Parapan/Corian kitchen. So I found some authorised graded/open box suppliers and contacted them with my requirements (i.e. just search for anyone that has any ovens for the manufacturer you want, even if it isn't the correct model). They generally know in advance what they have coming soon or how often they usually get the model you want and will contact you when something arrives. If it's an ebay supplier check their previous sales to check what would be a fair price. Also don't be afraid to haggle if you're buying several items.

But word of warning, if like me you're buying more then one integrated oven/microwave, make sure you can source them all before buying one. It can be tempting to snap one up at a great price, then find out you can't get the matching microwave/extra oven/etc. I matched the ovens/microwave. But the hidden stuff like dishwasher/fridge I was more flexible with.

Its also worth phoning around your local Curry's/John Lewis/etc to ask if they have any ex-display items. I just happened to walk in to Currys of all places and saw a Neff Integrated dishwasher with no price. When I asked the salesman he said £200 ex Display clearance. My Wife nearly fell off her feet when I answered I'll take it without even a google to confirm if it was good price (I'm the typical HUKD bargainer, but I knew an all singing/dancing/full LCD panel integrated dishwasher would be at least £600 normally). Over the years I've walked into many JL/Wickes/etc and noticed the ex-display stuff tucked away in the corner and oblivious customers buying the full price new ones. Ex-Display will sometimes even qualify for manufacturer offers.

Good luck whichever route you go

Perfect timing. Needed some new apliance so bought them all Bosch to collect the cashback after shopping around. Thanks OP

Cheers OP great deal!
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