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Windows 7 Ultimate + Delegates Bag £11.50 @ Microsoft
Windows 7 Ultimate + Delegates Bag £11.50 @ Microsoft

Windows 7 Ultimate + Delegates Bag £11.50 @ Microsoft

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For people working for Currys, PC World, Asda, Tesco, Sainsburys, M & S, Orange UK, Carphone Warehouse, Woolworths, Toys R Us, Game, Gamestation, Comet, Blockbuster, DABS, HMV, Morrissons, Microsoft, Zavvi, Dixons, KCRS and many more.

For a limited time and with limited stock employees of the above companies can do an online training course and complete 8 quizzes (takes roughly an hour) to earn 1800 points to spend at Microsoft Expertzone. With these points you can buy Windows 7 Ultimate + delegates bag for £10 + vat = £11.50!!!

expertzone.microsoft.com

Just register on Microsoft Expertzone, you'll need your employers details such as retail outlet number to verify you are an employee.

The course is very basic, outlining key features of Windows 7 and methods of selling it.

Updated on 9/23/09.
Limited time offer good only to legal residents of the United Kingdom age 18+, who are employed in a retail sales or support role at any Microsoft Retail Sales Partner authorized to participate in the UK Microsoft ExpertZone program (each, an "RSP").
To receive one (1) not-for-resale (NFR) copy of Windows 7 Ultimate software for 1800 ExpertZone Rewards Points and £10 (includes shipping and handling; excludes applicable sales tax) you must successfully complete the Windows Expert Silver Learning Plan, and submit an valid order, while supplies last. Limit one (1) NFR copy of Window 7 Ultimate per RSP. Offers good only while supplies last. A valid credit card or debit card is required to place an order.We are not responsible for orders delayed due to incorrect address, credit card information, inclement weather, official date changes, or your failure to accept an attempted delivery. Offer is non-transferable and not redeemable for cash.

Windows Specialist Silver Level

Become a Windows Specialist! Complete the learning plan to earn a Windows Specialist Silver Badge and unlock the opportunity to get Windows 7 Ultimate plus a Windows 7 Delegate Bag that includes a Windows 7 Pen, a free Vue cinema ticket, a Windows 7 T-Shirt, altogether for 1800 points and £10 shipping and handling, while supplies last. See Rules for Details.
Once you have successfully completed the Learning Plan, click the Rewards tab to place your order.
You will earn 800 points for taking all courses and additional 1000 points for completing the entire Learning Plan.

There are many other courses and rewards on this site too.

*** UPDATE ***

This offer is still working, you may want to use firefox and login to the rewards section and set the page to auto refresh every 5 seconds and just wait for windows 7 ultimate to come up, took 35 mins to get it up and then went threw the checkouts.

- jazferbetay

Windows 7 Ultimate Reward
Unfortunately due to a posting on a public website we are having to suspend all orders on Expertzone and the Windows 7 Specialist Programme. The system has been compromised by people that do not work for qualifying UK Retailers.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused but we hope to resolve this issue shortly through a validation process to confirm all users are legitimate and meet the qualifying criteria.


17 November 2009

Microsoft are sending emails to genuine members who have passed there validation and are awarding them 500 points. These members will have there accounts active from tomorrow

1417 Comments

any comments on this yet? dunno if 7 still available on deal but lots more deals on there

good price shame i dont work for any of those companies.

I've registered with them and just running through some of the training quizes now. Hopefully it should work , not sure if i put my retail outlet number correctly though ^^;

You could always use google to get the info you need, i did :-)

Windows 7 now available again. What a great deal. Was looking to buy 7 when i stumbled on the new post just listed. Joined up , sat a few quizzes, common sense in sales needed to pass quiz. Ordered Windows 7 Ultimate for £10.00 plus Vat. This gonna get hot apart from people who cant be bothered to learn about it. I now know what windows 7 is all about apart from the fact to replace VISTA.

any one can share their retail outlet number and retail phone number??? at least share when can you find it...cheers

cdm30379;6775716

You could always use google to get the info you need, i did :-)


Care to suggest any search terms. All I could find was this very post, lol.

Only thing I can think is to use the company's store finder websites which give the "branch number" and phone number

Lol doing it now, it's just microsoft brainwashing. Macs are bad, PC's with windows are good etc.

Example question, "Linux updates and upgrades are easy - fact or myth". I know it to be a fact but microsoft wants me to say myth.

Even better. "Linux is safer than windows - fact or myth". Microsoft wants the answer myth, I know it to be the other.

Ironic that I'm taking this test on Linux with Firefox

Banned

Cant find store numbers etc........................

Do they deliver it to "the shop you work in"?:whistling:

Banned

Helllllllllllllllllllp

Jefft;6775764

Do they deliver it to "the shop you work in"?:whistling:


I put down my home address. It let me pay and specify my address as the place to deliver anyway :-D Here's hoping. I can't believe how much brainwashing Microsoft are doing and how ruthless their business practices are. All about selling selling selling. When I was in Currys when my girlfriend was buying a laptop and he was trying to pedal Office I was holding off saying "well open office is free and does pretty much the same stuff." :whistling: I'd already briefed her no extras, no warranty, lol.

BTW if anyone uses firefox and has a bug at checkout which stops you entering your details, just click view -> page style -> no style to get rid of the poorly coded style sheet. Do not exit otherwise you won't be able to checkout and will have lost your points.

if you have an orange shop near by pop in and ask the store staff the retail shop number should be R then 3 digits, or just guess one!

Bah humbug... All these bloomin' deals for students or employees of certain companies...all the places you can go to, or services offered, and there are 'concessions' for this group of people or that. Seems I am the only one paying full price for anything...(and subsidising the others). £199 for Win 7 Ultimate and yet it can be given away at £10, something wrong somewhere. Great deal for some of those staff as I'm sure they aren't the best paid and the employers can be a bit ruthless.

Or why not put down woolworths - plenty of people work for them on highstreet stores up and down the country :whistling:

But you don't work there...

loopz;6775805

But you don't work there...


I'll bet more people that do not work in those places than do will be taking advantage of this deal :whistling: - or at least trying to if Microsoft goes to the effort of checking all the details and cancelling orders.

If you think that's morally corrupt then look at Microsoft's business practices.

Have you viewed the full T&C's you need to agree to before trying to obtain this deal. Although you can get the info regarding stores etc tp proceed, after reading the T&C's I have decided best to leave to 'real employees'

Just done this, an employee of one of listed companys. Less than an hour. :thumbsup:

Answers are pretty much common sense.

Jubjubbird;6775989

Answers are pretty much common sense.


Although the ones on Linux are outright lies. There are more viruses and exploits out there for windows than any other OS. Microsoft was slow off the mark in beginning to provide updates. Linux updates are very easy to install, probably easier than Windows TBH as no rebooting involved usually. Plus with appropriate software you can run MS Office, Internet explorer, photoshop etc etc on Linux. I have done! Crossover office installs with point and click, and point and click it lets you install selected WIndows software! Can't bear to see such lies perpetuated with the sole intention of making profit!

Banned

excellent deal.

im having problems with the verification link, its not 'clickable' :thinking:

rimz790;6776051

im having problems with the verification link, its not 'clickable' … im having problems with the verification link, its not 'clickable' :thinking:



The link just goes to the MS homepage for me....

[Edit] - Oops, just noticed the link is in the OP: expertzone.microsoft.com :oops:

rimz790;6776051

im having problems with the verification link, its not 'clickable' … im having problems with the verification link, its not 'clickable' :thinking:


Cut and paste easy

rimz790;6776051

im having problems with the verification link, its not 'clickable' … im having problems with the verification link, its not 'clickable' :thinking:



Mines clickable,but still waiting for the registration confirmation email.Waited 'bout 40 mins.
Got to get off to work soon too,to Currys,or Orange or Blockbusters... :oops:

voted cold because when i click on the go to deal button it brings up a pop up box and doesn't direct me to a website.

:x

anewman;6776064

Cut and paste easy



Tried that doesn't seem to work

Update: The verification link seems to work on Firefox and not on their own IE browser:thinking:

[SIZE=4][COLOR=DarkRed]The currys website features store numbers!

For example:[/COLOR]
currys.co.uk/mar…rys
[COLOR=DarkRed]Branch number 176
Tel: 08445 61 62 63[/COLOR][/SIZE]

Majnu;6776110

voted cold because when i click on the go to deal button it brings up a … voted cold because when i click on the go to deal button it brings up a pop up box and doesn't direct me to a website. :x


One of the quirks of HUKD I'll make it easier for you, but if you give up that easy you won't complete the questions, lol
expertzone.microsoft.com

BubaMan;6776095

For anyone wanting to know a retail outlet code, I suggest you look on … For anyone wanting to know a retail outlet code, I suggest you look on your last Asda / Morrisons / Tesco / Sainsburys receipt ;-)



I've got a Gamestation and an Asda receipt right here, but how do you identify the outlet code? :?

[Edit] - Found it on the Asda receipt. :thumbsup:

rimz790;6776115

Tried that doesn't seem to work


No issues at all here.

rimz790;6776115

Update: The verification link seems to work on Firefox and not on their … Update: The verification link seems to work on Firefox and not on their own IE browser:thinking:



Lols good ol microsoft. Just be careful at the checkout like I mentioned in the previous post if still using firefox.

okay, try this:

go to M&S's website, and search for your local store - somewhere in the url is the phrase "storeid="

it's those 4 digits you need

So does the microsoft site reject made up ones?

Does anyone have a full list of retailers that are eligible for this? Cant seem to find anything.

Managed to get signed up, nice one! Jsut completing the Brainwa...ahem...training now!

Can't believe they do a direct comprison to macs. For the (sometimes) gullible sales reps, it's sad that they'll believe exactly what they're told!

good post but not for me after reading T and C's

blaze;6776178

Does anyone have a full list of retailers that are eligible for this? … Does anyone have a full list of retailers that are eligible for this? Cant seem to find anything.


The Microsoft site starts listing them as you type when you try register

As a Mac owner, the first section is ridiculous. Especially as i'm a 'currys' employee who sells both :thumbsup:

anewman;6775886

I'll bet more people that do not work in those places than do will be … I'll bet more people that do not work in those places than do will be taking advantage of this deal :whistling: - or at least trying to if Microsoft goes to the effort of checking all the details and cancelling orders.If you think that's morally corrupt then look at Microsoft's business practices.



Then those people might just as well download the software from Bittorrent and save themselves £11.50

Plenty of driveways for them to tarmac while they're waiting for the download to complete :roll:

gizmouk;6776244

Then those people might just as well download the software from … Then those people might just as well download the software from Bittorrent and save themselves £11.50



But surely Microsoft's a more reputable source?


oh, wait...

anewman;6776171

So does the microsoft site reject made up ones?



NO
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