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Bose is a high end American audio company. Bose manufactures some of the finest – and most expensive – audio products for the rapidly expanding market in wireless speakers, wired and wireless headphones and TV soundbars. HotUKDeals collects all the latest deals on Bose products on a dedicated page. Read more
Bose SoundTrue Ultra In-Ear Headphones for Apple Devices, £59.99 from Bose
Found 22nd AprFound 22nd Apr
Engineered to work with Apple devices - iPhone, iPod and iPad Deep, rich sound across a wide frequency range, enhanced by a sealed acoustic design for better immersion in your mus… Read more

Had to return might that I bought a few months back as the noise from any contact with the cable was unacceptable. They were only usable if I sat absolutely still. Any movement made a noise - so using them on the move (which was why I bought them) was a non-starter.


I got a pair of these for Xmas and the cable between the wire and the headphone jack has already frayed - good sound and comfortable to wear but the build quality is very poor


A mug buy


No highs? No lows? It must be Bose!


What is 'Deep, rich sound across a wide frequency range,' It does sound typically Bose. Nothing near to my understanding of hi-fi :)

Bose QC25 £159 instore @ Currys Aberystwyth
LocalLocalFound 22nd AprFound 22nd Apr
Samsung compatible. Currys Aberystwyth store. Cheapest I've seen. Amazon and Argos are £199, Currys normal price is £250. New, not refurbished like cheaper eBay items.
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Errr. Not in my experience. Also Bose offer excellent after sales support but I don't think anyone will disagree that a quality retailer is to be preferred.


Great for plane noise. Shame they only block mechanical noise and not voices/screaming kids. I agree that Currys after sales support is shocking. "Got a problem with your purchase sir? You'd better send it off to the manufacturer then!" "But I only bought it yesterday ?" "Sorry, that's store policy..."


Fully agree!


second that currys are crap would never buy from there again


These headphones are good, but they will stop working after around a year. Mine lasted less than three months. I'd recommend buying from somewhere like John Lewis who are great with guarantees if you really do want them. I've just returned mine, as JL didn't have stock of new ones.

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Huawei P20 128GB Black o2 Refresh with Bose Headphones at O2 Shop Cancel the airtime You can Have phone For 361£ (via sales chat team)
Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
Huawei P20 128GB not Pro Model I managed to order via Chat with sales Team. They Offered me 75£ Off on upfront cost. I Select 99.99£ Upfront and 46£ Month Which was Reduced via pr… Read more

o2 just gave me the unlock code


no they did the same to me, the team you called needs 30 days, tell them no, tell them the representative you spoke to said theres no extra charge and they can cancel it straight away, if they still insist talk to the manager and tell them that you paid off the phone and you want to cancel the airtime immediately and not get charged anything.


Ive requested my unlock code (they said 7 days), and paid off the handset. However to leave the airtime, they told me I have to give 30 days notice (is this correct). Basically costing me a months line rental. Did you guys all have to do this??


Why to order from ebay if o2 is doing for free they unlocked mine


funny you should say that, I actually bought it last night. Heard nothing from the seller yet though :(

Bose® SoundSport™ Red - £51.99 @ John Lewis
Found 1st AprFound 1st Apr
John Lewis Price matched the red version for £51.99 they are the only thing that stay in my ears when running and I don't mind the red so pulled the trigger. Still around 60 for th… Read more

I think they’re on clearance as Apple has been so courageous by removing the 3.5mm jack and making things like this obsolete. You can use these on Android though, the controls (volume) don’t work. Good headphones though. I used these until I couldn’t plug them in on the new iPhones - got Plantronics Backbeat Fit now.


i have these not bad sound quality is good the jack is not very good as its not L shaped and the wire is a bit short but over all not bad


Apologies. Hadn’t clicked on the red! :p


Huh? It says "more than 10 in stock" for every colour.


OOS! Shame!!

Bose QuietComfort 35 MK II Headphones - £269 @ Peter Tyson AV
Found 31st MarFound 31st Mar
QuietComfort wireless headphones II are engineered with world-class noise cancellation. And now they're even better. With the Google Assistant built in, you can play music, receive… Read more

Thanks for the heads up for John Lewis to price match


These headphones have been this price for a while at various retailers, RGB and PRC direct are two of them. I submitted a price match to John Lewis for this price. I am still 50/50 on whether I want to go through the hassle of purchasing the P20 because you can't claim the headphones for another 3 or 4 weeks, and you won't even get them until May, so you have to hold onto the phone for a month and faff about with an online form where you MUST have all of the receipts and details they require. I also see the fact the headphones are RRP'd on the P20 deals as a bit of a problem, because it means most of the eBay/Gumtree prices will be about £300 which means they'll still be well above many online retailers, so there's no point waiting for those either.


bitcoin5 wrote: If you are not buying a Huawei P20 Pro for £600 to get a pair of these free, this is a fab price for them!  P20 Pro for £600...have you a link Works out £550 for the pro on O2 refresh with the free headphones. O2 will also unlock it.


Heat added. I had already purchased this last week and it’s a good deal. Yes, Huawei are offering it for free with a phone but tbh I don’t think most people would want to part with £600+ to get it free and then sell the phone, too much hassle. I tried these headphones at the airport on duty free and they are absolutely lightweight and amazing.


He means P20! Pro is £799

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Bose SoundTrue Ultra In-Ear Headphones for  Android Devices - Black, £59.95 from Bose
Found 31st MarFound 31st Mar
Free standard delivery and free returns on all orders. SoundTrue® Ultra in-ear headphones let you easily switch between calls and music with a Samsung Galaxy smartphone, and provid… Read more

No offence meant by it. I just mean that not everybody is bothered about stuff like that. Some people are happy with £5 earbuds and some people can't abide by the cheaper and go for the the £50 ones. Different strokes.


What a comment...


Difference between £60 and £15 is £45.




Yeah, you'll find that headphones of those ranges will have different responses to the lows, mids and highs. That being said, if you're asking the question then you're potentially not enough of an audiophile to be bothered by (or even notice) the difference.

BOSE QuietComfort 35 Wireless Bluetooth Noise-Cancelling Headphones - Silver £137.98 @ Currys
Found 30th MarFound 30th Mar
great price for one of the best wireless headphones, this is for mrk 1, but its still a deal, next cheapest price is around £200

I think the stores make this crap up just to get you on the site. Then hey maybe you'll buy an alternative product


This was posted 2 days ago and expired because they're out of stock everywhere.




No stocks anywhere near London!


store collection only and none within 26 stores to my location!

Bose QC35-II-SIL Wireless & NFC Noise Cancelling Headphones in Silver

Inc Free Delivery and 2 year Guarantee for £279.00
Found 30th MarFound 30th Mar
Industry Leading Acoustic Noise Cancelling Wireless Connectivity via Bluetooth & NFC Now with Google Assistant Built-In Up to 20 Hours of Wireless Listening Up to 40 Hours … Read more
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I ordered a pair from John Lewis today for £269.00. They price matched RGB Direct who've had these headphone at the lower price for several weeks. I'm not voting, but a quick Google search will return at least two retailers who are £10 cheaper.


Fair enough, but you see my point as not everyone will be ordering 2 or more so may wanna keep them. But hope you do get some decent money for them :)


I've ordered two, one for me and one for the wife, she is not interested int he headphones in anyway so I'll be selling hers, I'll be happy with £200 for them...


Well see that's why I posted this because not everyone is guaranteed to get these and those who do I imagine will keep because these are really good headphones and for free with an amazing phone why sell? Lol


Good deal But these are about to go very cheap on eBay when flooded with people selling the free pairs on the P20 deal.

Huawei P20 plus free £325 Bose qc35 ii headphones on o2 refresh - £69.99 up front / £14pm x 24 months = £405.99
Found 29th MarFound 29th Mar
Ok as above £69.99 upfront and £50 a month deal works out at £405.99 when you pay off the device plan and cancel the airtime plan which you are fully allowed to do Free headphone… Read more
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No email received, so phoned em, got straight through (surprise! expected a long wait). Email manually re-sent..... turns out they didn't like the photo of the invoice slip that came with it: "Please request a proof of purchase from your retailer and provide us with this." Livechatted O2 gurus, they say they'll email me PoP in 24hrs. All a bit tedious, but I guess these roadblocks reduce the number of successful claims a lot (along with people just forgetting to claim). Would be easy for them to automate the whole process. Edit: o2 sent it an hour later, uploaded it, validated already


Claim 281.. verfied and sent for dispatch :) Very happy Sold the phone and paid it off making maybe a tenner profit for claiming free headphones


Sorted. I called them up (03452160131) and they said the name of the claimant is different to the receipt. I asked them to put my wife's name instead (everything else including address is exactly the same...) and the claim was validated within a couple of minutes. This was definitely not made explicit in their T&C's... But I'm glad it was easy to resolve


I didn't, although the pre-order pdf did have the date of pre-order. Will send it to them anyway though, thanks. At present I'm not even sure what's the problem - the text said "missing info, look at email", and I've not had any email from them.


did you upload the CCA.pdf ? (you should have in your email on the the you order the P20) i did, and on last page (Pag6) it has the date of pre order.

Huawei P20 Pro + £325 FREE Bose® QC 35  on O2 Refresh - £549.99
Found 29th MarFound 29th Mar
Choose below bundle and cancel refresh contract on day you get phone. Unique Promo code for £30 will be at checkout page. Huawei P20 Pro128GB Black Select below o2 refresh plan.… Read more
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Is the fulfillment a stage in tracking the claim? I just have a message which says claim has been validated and asks me to look at my email for further details. Never mind. Followed the link in the email and see when it was sent for fulfillment.


Just my luck, I didn't get a confirmation email from o2 when I placed the order, my claim ref was 30xxx, I called Huawei and they wanted proof of pre order, luckily o2 had sent a credit agreement which had my name and device details and the email had the date of the order, Huawei accepted this convoluted arrangement lol and validated my claim, now with fulfillment, happy days


Submitted mine Friday morning..still nothing and review ;( ;(


I sent mine with the POP on the day the promotion opened. It got rejected. I then logged onto O2 chat online and sent the link to the promotion to the O2 Guru on the chat. He then did my claim for me and it got accepted yesterday lunchtime. I am just waiting for my tracking number email from the courier. I was claim number 243xx.


If you're able to log in to the 02 account, or have it on email, the CCA (consumer credit agreement) has the order date at the very bottom where the signatures are. This was just accepted as proof of first order date for me. Claim now approved.

HUAWEI P20 VODAFONE (and BOSE QC 35 Headphones) 16GB, ULTD MINS TEXTS £30 @ 24 MONTHS (TOTAL COST £720) @ Vodafone
LocalLocalFound 29th MarFound 29th Mar
Just ordered from Vodafone the Huawei P20 on their Red 16GB 4g Data, Unlimited Mins and Texts for £30 a month. No upfront costs. Call Vodafone Retentions for deal. Effectively it … Read more
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Headphones on the way woop woop


Does anyone know what the format of the unlock code is e.g. How long is the number and how do you unlock the device thanks.


Vodafone point blank refused twice to give me this deal today. The best I could get ot for was £34.85. (fierce)

fastdub007 Looks good if you want to protect screen too.


Hi I just phoned EE to see what deal i would get on the p20 pro... first person i spoke too said phone with 1GB data and unlimited £39 month/£30 handset cost (annoyed) thats only £20 pound off the web site cost. So i called back just now and pressed the option too leave and told them i seen a deal with vodafone on here for £30 a month but did not mention it was for the p20 only (devil) so in the end i got 500mb data and unlimited mins for £31 a month and £50 for handset cost was £80 but gave me credit.. plus the data not a problem as i get 5gb through EE broadband each month. Plus i wanted the Bose headphones so bonus i get them too with the deal.

Huawei P20 128GB Black with  4gb data, Unlimited minutes & texts using BIG50 and  Claim FREE Bose Wireless Headphones as well at - Term £701
Found 29th MarFound 29th Mar
24 * 24 = 576 & £125 upfront using BIG50 Code which equates to £701 Cheapest I have seen for a 4gb data plan
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I wondered this too. I took up the Samsung S8/Harman Kardon speaker offer in January and it took them till about a week ago to get the speaker to me. I ended up ringing a month after they promised delivery and they said no stock(no email to tell me this), i then emailed and the said they'd check and get back to me, never did. In the end i complained and one arrived 24 hours later. Hope everyone who takes up the deal gets their headphones but it's made me wary for anything like this in future.


My guess is they have projected how many they believe they will sell in the week leading up to the cut off date and order that amount of headphones. I'm guessing there will only be a shortage if sales are vastly greater than the projection. Just fill out your claim form on day one of it opening and you should be sweet.


I just got the pro, same deal but retention, £32 a month and £40 upfront


I tried to get an S7 from with the free gear watch, they sent the phone and told me that the watch wasn't included, turns out they just tried to keep the watch, Samsung sorted it out and I got a watch and wireless earbuds, so be careful.


I wonder how many pairs of headphones they have available. The fact that the free headphones offer is ‘subject to availability’ would worry me. £700 for the phone without the headphones isn’t a particularly good deal

BOSE QuietComfort 35 I - £137.97 @ Currys
Found 28th MarFound 28th Mar
Doesn't state, but these are mark I because the mark II's are stated as such on the Curry's website. Free delivery or at cost for faster postage. Save £132 according to Currys. F… Read more

Managed to get a pair myself. Thanks for the heads up!


Apparently there's a pair in Grimsby.


Would rather you didn't post pics (lol) (lol) (lol)


Just picked mine up from Curry's, very happy. Thanks op.


Managed to get some today from my local store so there are still some around, the website said the store was out of stock, but I went into the local store and got them to check on their internal system, and they had a pair with the box missing. Thanks OP! Bargain of the year so far for me (y) . So worth popping into your local store and getting them to check the system for stock rather than relying on the web site. Ashford (Kent) had one pair left too by the way.... happy hunting.

Huawei P20 Pro (and free BOSE QC35 wireless headphones) - £23 per month, £235 upfront on Vodafone @
Found 28th MarFound 28th Mar
Use code edenred15 to bring the upfront cost down to £235 from £250. 24 month contract, 4gb data, unlimited mins and sms. Pre-order your new Huawei P20 or P20 Pro between 27th M… Read more
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I ordered my P20 Pro from and I couldn't download my pre-order invoice so I have done nice print screen with Snipping Tool - Windows Accessories and I uploaded jpg file. I just received reply from Huawei Promotions - that my Claim has been Validated and I will receive parcel within 30 days. Yupiiii . Good luck guys


Still not been able to get a proof of preorder from 3 (ordered direct). My dad has submitted what 3 has given, and hoping that will be good enough


they have asked me to resubmit but i cant see a confirm button can anyone help ??


Think I must have just got someone who missed something they needed. All good now though.


I just printed the invoice to pdf and did the same for the emailed order confirmation. I submitted yesterday morning and received the approval late last night :)


What the hell are these phones first time I Hurd of it on here and since then 3or so deals for the same dam phone if it’s not a iPhone it’s not worth buying heheh


Plus £50 TopCashback


Does the Pro have a better camera,?


This isn't the Pro, no


See post for the pro at circa £920

Huawei P20 Pro (Black) - Free Phone on O2, 24 m £52.00 a Month 30GB Data, Unlimited Minutes & Texts- £1248 - £192 Cashback - claim a FREE Bose QC 35 Wireless Headphones II and 5% / Up to £30 cashback on Quidco @ Mobilephones direct
Found 28th MarFound 28th Mar
I have been shopping around for a deal on this phone after seeing positive reviews online. This is by far the best deal I have located so far. Here are some links to reviews and th… Read more
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Is this a joke? you people have more money than brains. (lol)


Just sold me Mate 10 Pro and got an S8+ but now tempted by this deal if only for the Bose Headphones Hmmm


So it mistake....better then but still room for improvement.. For example... 6200Mah Picture that handset with the P20's SoC and Camera's....


The P20 Pro is 4000 MaH isn't it?


3400 MaH battery still isn't great....I'd rather have a few mm thicker phone and a useful sized battery.

Huawei P20 Pro 128GB + Free Bose Headphones RRP £329.95 - Vodafone 4GB Data £23 / 24 mths + £240 upfront @
Found 28th MarFound 28th Mar
Looking at the best way to get this phone with the offer, and this is what I've found. Total cost coming out at £7 less than the RRP for the phone and that includes 4GB data, Un… Read more
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Similar to what i did, I sent a PDF of the confirmation email i received from them and a scan of the paper dispatch note. Claim 26*** waiting for confirmation


Just got my confirmation 251**!!


Mine was 212** and my wifes was 214** My wifes was validated about 2 minutes after mine.


What id number was your claim?


What did they ask you for? I just sent them an invoice that came witht the phone and a screenshot of my order from the website?

Free Bose QuietComfort 35 wireless headphones II when you pre order and purchase a Huawei P20 Pro or P20
Found 27th MarFound 27th Mar
Not specific to CPW!! Pre order a Huawei P20 Pro or P20 handset from a qualifying retailer as detailed below between 27th March 2018 and 5th April 2018 and claim a free set of Bos… Read more
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Does this mean that the price of these will drop drastically? I have a Cex voucher atm and was gonna buy a pair but i might wait if the price will drop.


FYI: "The Bose Headphones are subject to availability, while stocks last and shall be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. Huawei reserves the right to replace the Bose Headphones with an alternative promotional offer of equal or higher value if circumstances beyond Huawei’s control make it necessary to do so." From the T&Cs on Huawei's promotions website.


I suspect they'll be not much different in size to those of any other camera. They're not big images, it's just supposed to be using the extra information to create a smaller, 'cleaner' image. Even if they were 50% bigger (which they won't be) they'd still have a negligible hit on phone storage VS video


I pre-ordered on Argos the other day but cancelled as I had used the wrong payment method. I was going to order again but they have vanished from Argos website. Strange!


Ok sure but will still take up more space than the 10mp ones. Every upgrade I go for double space but this new cam might take up more than expected :/

Pre-order Huawei P20 (£599.99 Sim free) and Claim FREE Bose® QC 35 II worth £329.95 @ CPW
Found 27th MarFound 27th Mar
Purchase Huawei P20 or Huawei P20 Pro on a Pay Monthly contract, upgrade contract or SIM free on pre-order and claim Bose® QC® 35 wireless headphones II worth £329.99 via redemptio… Read more
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EE website confirms am getting it tommrow the Pro black version. :D


The Bose QC 35 headphones are wireless I believe

The colour shown in the deal pic is twilight blue which isn't sold by CPW? Also ironic they give away headphones on a phone with no headphone jack, has an adapter in the box though. The P20 Pro seems good deal, I don't see significant upgrade in camera vs the P10 on paper.


So does that mean if it is not delivered till the 10th May (new delivery date, although they are trying hard at CPW, bless them), headphone deal is invalid?


Probably the fist phone to be equipped with a camera better than the three year old 950XL

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