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WD Elements Portable (Recertified) 1TB £25.60 with 10% off for newsletter sign up & 10% new customer sign up  @ Western Digital
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WD Elements Portable (Recertified) 1TB £25.60 with 10% off for newsletter sign up & 10% new customer sign up @ Western Digital

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Posted 16th Sep

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

1.5TB also available for approx. £30 and 2TB for £36

Sign up to newsletter for 10% off .
Also gives new customers 10% off at checkout.
If you're a student or teacher you can get 20% off here and combine this with the newsletter code making this only £22.40 delivered.
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How do you get the 10% at checkout?
itsadeal16/09/2019 17:43

Have you registered as a new customer ?



Perfect, thanks
Hard getting the discounts to stack, may be me !

Gave me the 55+ 'youth' discount of 20% (listed with student/teacher)
Recertified trustworthy?
Can't seem to get the teacher and newsletter codes to stack either
EDIT: Got it to work eventually
Edited by: "drng69" 16th Sep
Worked for me! First time I've ever had a discount for being a "Senior"!
Thank you.
I've been biding my time to get external hard drive for the Xbox.

1.5tb should be plenty for me
Thanks OP, ordered. If in doubt always get more capacity than you think you need! I’ve now learnt the hard way having to buy another drive for my Xbox
Edited by: "luizzapped" 16th Sep
What's the difference between this and the WD Passport? Which is better if both are recertified?
Edited by: "nad12" 16th Sep
nad1216/09/2019 20:24

What's the difference between this and the WD Passport? Which is better …What's the difference between this and the WD Passport? Which is better if both are recertified?


Passport is better. Elements is the basic line and a 9.5mm drive
drng6916/09/2019 19:20

Can't seem to get the teacher and newsletter codes to stack eitherEDIT: …Can't seem to get the teacher and newsletter codes to stack eitherEDIT: Got it to work eventually


How? If i do one it knocks other one of
Edited by: "fizz" 16th Sep
fizz16/09/2019 22:00

How? If i do one it knocks other one of



not sure how i done it. Only stumbled on it. I deleted one of the codes on the coupon bit and it took off the full amount
drng6916/09/2019 22:33

not sure how i done it. Only stumbled on it. I deleted one of the codes on …not sure how i done it. Only stumbled on it. I deleted one of the codes on the coupon bit and it took off the full amount


Tried that is didn’t work, probably end up spending more time to save couple of quid, cheers anyway
fizz16/09/2019 22:00

How? If i do one it knocks other one of


When I signed up as a new customer signing up to the newsletter and then logged in, the 10% was already taken off as a promotion rather than a code. Then I entered the 20% Student code and it let me take it off.

First time round I tried adding both codes and had the same result as you. Logging in from the sign up link then worked.Hope that helps.
Shuggy717/09/2019 09:44

When I signed up as a new customer signing up to the newsletter and then …When I signed up as a new customer signing up to the newsletter and then logged in, the 10% was already taken off as a promotion rather than a code. Then I entered the 20% Student code and it let me take it off. First time round I tried adding both codes and had the same result as you. Logging in from the sign up link then worked.Hope that helps.


Thanks. That’s probably why, I logged in at checkout.
Gone up to £32
Edited by: "carnivaist" 17th Sep
Thanks got the 1.5 for £26.
Thanks got the 2TB for £35.99, had a couple of these for the last 3 years never had a problem, even dropped one of them a few times.
Noob question can this be used to plug in my tv to watch movies.many thanks
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