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02/09/2018Expires on 02/09/2018Found 15 h, 16 m agoFound 15 h, 16 m ago
VoucherCloud seem to be offering a deal with TrainLine, up to 40% off their Advance fares. Best prices are always if booked 90 days ahead, as tickets get released for sale. Some … Read more
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I'm not sure what this "deal" is supposed to be. It says 40% off advance fares, but I can't see any evidence of these cheap fares, and I think it's unlikely there are any, because Trainline have access to exactly the same fares as all the other ticket sellers. What it probably means is you can save 40% by buying in advance instead of on the day. But that's the same for every other ticket seller. So its not a Trainline offer. Often buying in advance is no cheaper than buying at the station on the day. Sometimes you can save 75% or more. Trainline's fees make them one of the most expensive places to buy train tickets from. So you shouldn't buy from them unless there's a cashback offer that will more than cover the fees. If you plan to buy Advance tickets, try the train company's website first, as they sometimes have offers that aren't available elsewhere. Also check for offers on Nectar, as they often have things like 1,000 bonus points for various train companies. If there's a chance you might want to amend your ticket, buy from Cross Country or Transpennine Express, as they don't charge the £10 fee that is Standard on most sites.


Does seem unfair. I always use Trainline and agree with your tips so heat from me! Maybe it was the timing of your post. Lots of disgruntled commuters on stuffy trains and expensive season tickets perhaps?


Voting a post so heavily cold, when posted in good faith, belittles the friendliness seen on so many other posts. I expected a kicking for mentioning Xmas, I didn't expect much other attention (although all comments are welcome, especially from those within the industry), and I don't post to gain Heat etc. but almost -200° within 7 hours :o ... Hell, have at it. Push it towards the -1000° mark. Some folk have no idea how little difference that would make than -10° would have. Both the same in my mind. I'd have appreciated a few more folk explaining why they voted -ve, and if it's just down to it being about TrainLine maybe look at banning TrainLine posts?


Not too sure about the deal element strictly speaking but nevertheless a good informative post - thanks. One Trainline feature that is really useful: it allows you to enter intended dates of travel before the Advance tickets are released. The system will then send you an email on the day these tickets become available so you can get in quickly at the best price. I find myself tied to One Spotted Hanky even though its a horrible website as I can use my Tesco point there


I’d think twice before using train line if anything goes wrong or try to change a booking good luck to you. This is coming from someone who would know better than anyone else 20 years experience

Financial management software suite for small businesses @ Waveapps
Found 15th AugFound 15th Aug
I have been using this site for my small business for about 3 years now. You can customise with your own logos etc. It essentially allows you to send invoices to customers, and is… Read more

Been using Wave for a while now and love it. Heat added!


Not the same thing.


Another option is the free GnuCash which is open source. No security issue then.


Gotta clean my money somehow (shock)


Cause you're a delboy

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27/08/2018 at 19:00Expires on 27/08/2018 at 19:00Found 15th AugFound 15th Aug
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Wouldn't haven't expected to come across a deal like this on HUKD, but perfect for my line of work, looks to be some really useful stuff mixed in

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Business suit + 2 Shirts + Extra Trousers - £139 @ Moss Bros
Found 10th AugFound 10th Aug
Add any 2 piece suit, 2 shirts and extra pair of trousers from this offer to your basket where the discount will be automatically applied. This offer is valid on selected lines onl… Read more
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His cat


PMSL (horror)


Sure to get the job if he is applying for a position in a circus.


Disregarding the 'revolutionary' thumbnail, is this a good deal?


They have a sale on this outfit too!

The Business - £1.99 in H/D at Amazon Video to own
Found 2nd AugFound 2nd Aug
Frankie is on the run from the high-rises of South London to a new life in Malaga with nothing but a tin stuffed full of cash. Having no idea that this delivery of cash to super-su… Read more
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He was in Human traffic, that film was pretty big when I was at college, he didn't really become known to the masses till football factory but he was in some good films pre 2004, worth checking out goodbye Charlie bright as that is pretty decent, definitely my favourite Danny Dyer film.


was danny dyer not unknown till he was in a big football casuals movie or am i thinking of someone else ? memory is crap


he was also in mean machine with Vinnie Jones


Nah Sexy Beast way better......


Yeah he also put in a great performance, one of my favourite lines is Did someone order a c**t? Cos one's just showed up.

Linksys LGS105 Business 5 Port Desktop Gigabit Unmanaged Network Switch, £9.98 at Amazon(£14.47 non prime)
Found 24th JulFound 24th Jul
Wired connection speed up to 1000 Mbps Attribute of five Gigabit Ethernet auto-sensing ports Auto power-down disables unused ports Smart power for short cable runs Easy plug an… Read more

Received this today, the switch is different from the picture. The power goes in to the back rather than the front.




CCNP Network Engineer here, you win nothing, that is pitiful


They’ve increased the price then


Link says...£24.15

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Mercedes S450 24m lease £399.99 p/m business rate exc VAT £3599.91 Deposit + 23 months at £399.99 @ Contract Cars
Found 20th JulFound 20th Jul
I'm sure there will be loads of people harping on about you can buy a new car for this price blah blah blah... but seriously, this car retails at over £81k! The payments are £500… Read more

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Wow, just popped back in here and seen the comments about my 'misquote' of Getty. I haven't misquoted anybody - I said there is a 'saying'. I had no idea of the origins of it, just like you'll have no idea of the origins of most of your sayings (go look up 'rule of thumb' or 'nitty gritty'). As with most sayings, you can take from it what you like. For me, it makes a lot of sense to lease or buy on PCP: - I don't have to save up for 10 years to buy a car that I'll then have to keep for the next 10 while I save again. - I get to have a new car for the first time in my life - I get a simple fixed cost for those 3 years that I can budget for while my family is young and I have lots of responsibilities. - Once it's a few years old I get to just hand it back without the worry of trying to sell it for less than I think it's worth. - As mentioned previously, the manufacturers put incentives into these deals meaning that these cars are actually cheaper than cash bought cars. The only people I can think of for whom it makes sense to buy a new car for cash would possibly be the newly retired who might take a lump sum from their pension, or the super wealthy who have got that much (and more) in their accounts - basically those who won't miss the money because they weren't counting on it for something else in their lives. The attitude of some people who think that if you have a new car on your drive but didn't pay cash is astounding! Well I can afford it, because it's there! I presume they all bought their houses for cash too?! (lol)


On a lighter note the 735d x drive is also available with a higher spec , at a similar price .


A proper car.


love it when people go into topics about things they don't like and have no intent of getting just to spend lots of time arguing with people, hilarity ensues and this deal certainly delivered (lol) I lease for one very simple reason, the money that would've gone into buying the car new gets invested and produces a return that makes it far superior to buying the car and suffering depreciation.

50% off first purchase of £100 @ Amazon Business
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
It’s this easy: Register a new business account during Prime Day by 17 July. If verified you will receive a business verification e-mail within 72 hours. Code ABPRIME18 will activa… Read more
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Pointless exercise. Endless calls to customer service with no joy. Closed the business account again.


Maybe you registered after they pulled it. Seems you've a good reason to get onto them though. Mine worked a treat.


The code isn't being recognised for me even though I registered on day etc??


But you just add the code and it works. Why are you talking to them as prime day is over for registering.


Send them a screenshot from on here, how can they deny that?

Linksys LGS105 Business 5 Port Desktop Gigabit Unmanaged Network Switch, £12.98 (Prime) £17.47 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
Found 14th JulFound 14th Jul
Wired connection speed up to 1000 Mbps Attribute of five Gigabit Ethernet auto-sensing ports Auto power-down disables unused ports Smart power for short cable runs Easy plug an… Read more

That’s a bargain. Think it only just cropped up.


Very nice product (y) Heat added

trustory this seems a better deal, £9.99 for an 8 port switch


Totally agree. Sky have inexplicably decided to give our Sky Q router just two ports (as well as WiFi with a range to maybe the end of our living room if there’s no people or cats in the way). I put a 5 port hub on it and almost immediately regretted getting a 5 port for £2 less than an 8 port. This was only 10/100 though. Definitely worth getting the 8 port if available and metal cased if only to stop the thing sliding around under the weight of cables.


Who needs more than 5 plus the ones on your router? I chuckled to myself years ago. An xbox 3 raspberry Pi's, a roku and 2 APs later, I wish I brought the 8 port. Remember 1 port is uplink its more of a 4 port.

Oman Air Business Class, Manchester - Bangkok, under £1540pp, Mcr Airport Website
Found 13th JulFound 13th Jul
Business Class, Manchester - Bangkok, under £1540. I have personally looked from 19th July and coming back in 3 weeks Flight duration coming in under 15hrs but longer if u want a … Read more

Completely agree with this tbh - much better to start a flight from outside the UK - even if it's ireland you can save £££'s on a business class flight :)


OP, I travel between the UK and Japan about 12 times a year, in business and in first class. I have explained that it's advantageous to commence the long haul segments from just outside the UK, and which airlines offer good well-priced service. My advice wasn't directed at you, it was intended to give pointers to others looking for better deals I doubt,very much, that there are many people with as much knowledge of how and where to book well-priced premium class travel.


Heat from me


You're talking POOP pal, no availability on Gulf and KLM £3000+ Post an actual deal and back up what u say!!


It's not that good a deal. There are so many better business-class options to get to BKK The first thing to be aware of is the United Kingdom Air Passenger Duty (APD) of £156 You can get rid of almost all of that by starting your long-haul segments from outside the UK I often use Paris, Frankfurt, or another "nearby" major city to avoid that ridiculous charge. You'll have no difficulty in finding biz-class seats on a better carrier than Oman Air, Gulf Air springs immediately to mind. KLM are often around this price, or less, too.

Mercedes-Benz Gla Class Hatchback GLA 180 Urban Edition 5dr 24 month personal (& business option) lease hire £5955.26 @ Select Cars
Found 5th JulFound 5th Jul
Obviously lease deals are divisive but if you're in the market for a good deal on a good car then this fits the bill (well in my humble opinion anyway) What do you guys think? 800… Read more
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PCP is personal contract purchase and PCH personal contract hire


Details. What is a PCP deal?


I can get you one for October better deal


Deal has ended, rang them today. Ended over the weekend. Apparently they flew like hot cakes


Joe2319 : Can you advise how long the lead time for delivery is ?

MosaLingua Business Spanish was £4.99 now FREE on Google Play
Found 28th JunFound 28th Jun
MosaLingua Business Spanish - info here ★Made for those who are ready to master business Spanish and launch the… Read more
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Thank you


Looks good - THANKS!!! (party)


also free on ios


That was conversational Spanish/French this is 'Business' Spanish, whatever that is. Probably a guide on how to say those meaningless phrases like 'Blue sky thinking' in another language.


That was free a couple of months ago! I am waiting for the Russian one hoping that will become free too, then I have all those I need!

12% Off on Dell Outlet for Home & Business Systems
Found 27th JunFound 27th Jun
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Any new dell outlet codes. Want to order alienware R7 i7 8700. Thanks


I've probably had half a dozen or so systems from the Outlet (some for me, some for family) and have yet to be disappointed. Even the scratch and dent are in good condition (and at a decent discount). My advice would be to keep an eye and get a feel for prices. Some are posted at better prices than others and then the odd discount code can make for some really good bargains. I recently missed out on an Alienware Aurora R7 with dual 1080ti's for circa £2k delivered (there was a 15% code that took the edge off a bit!) - that was a cracking bargain!


I've had 3 desktops and 4 laptops from the outlet over the last 10 years or so - mostly 'scratch & dent' but I can only remember one laptop that had an extremely minor blemish to the underside. Not a single issue with any of them either.


I've only ever bought one, but it was perfect in terms of condition


I've bought maybe 15 systems for ourselves, family and friends. The first was in 2003/4. The certified refurbs have been as good as brand new in a plain box. The first I bought (as a student) was a scratch and dent, I was never sure, but I think it referred to an imperceptible blemish on the dell logo on the lid. All have been functionally 100% perfect.

Simply Business SIM Only. Get 4x the data with 20GB for the price of 5gb. 24 month @ three business
Found 20th JunFound 20th Jun
Price exclusive of VAT at 20%. Price includes £5 monthly discount for paying by a recurring method, such as Direct Debit. 20GB data. £12.50 a month.* 24 month Advanced Plan … Read more

Found it, knew I had seen it somewhere - 1000 4G 2300mhz sites on o2 by end of 2018


Lock down to 4G 800mhz and 1800mhz beats Three’s 2100mhz 3G. Between the 5G spectrum auction it won and the U.K.Broadband spectrum it bought built up areas (like London) will be well served by Three when 5G comes around. Throw up new spectrum cells on base sites with EE doing the same. o2 however bought the only 4G in the spectrum auction (along side the main 5G) so their offering is just as good. Voda and EE seem content playing with Broadband, landlines and lesser 5G wins. The higher the frequency the less it travels and less it penetrates brick/concrete - so 800/900mhz generally cover wide open spaces and higher frequencies built up areas, or a mix of both on base sites. One one thing is sure - 5G really is Three and o2s focus as it doesn’t play with wired networks, it’s fully investing in a wireless future with 5G with the best purchases. Cant be long now till Three Wireless Home Broadband is launched with all that 5G spectrum, I imagine. 12m £20 unlimited (4G) Broadband with Three (via sister Relish) already exists in London - when this is rolled into Three with 5G it’s gonna be something else - there’s no Openreach annual line fee to pay so that benefits consumers, it already owns half the base station network along with EE so it’s a case of getting base stations updated and new hardware modems - the unlimited £20 (40mbps) plans may well disappear for new capped 5G plans so it may be worth considering now.


I did notice that inside signal is a bit pants (outside London) but it seems to be fine outside... recently updated my Samsung S8+ (BTU) firmware and they have just enabled WiFi calling without needing the Three InTouch App which is great :). I'm lucky enough to get WiFi at work and obviously at home :)


Haha, no worries.


Sorry. I meant to say that their indoors signal is very poor. Possibly a technical limitation on the frequency they own? Apologies about the snarky mention about London.

Free Event - 'How to Register a Company' by Companies House - Exeter 12 July 2018 1700h
Found 18th JunFound 18th Jun
Exeter Library, Castle Street 1700h - 1830h Open to the public for free - they will explain step by step how to open a company. More details by clicking on 'get deal'
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Won't attend but heat anyway. Give yourself a pat on your pack if you know how to register a company, but for others that don't and want more info, this caters to them. Moreover, might be a good opportunity to network.


Agreed. It takes minutes to register, it's very easy and if you can't follow a few easy steps you really need to back away from trying to run your own company.


Agreed. Even if we don't know what to ask, we might learn with other people's questions present there.


Not sure why cold. It's useful stuff to know about regardless. And it's a very boring read so a talk will probably be better.

Learn Business English with MosaLingua (Premium Edition) - Free @ Google Play
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Repeat after me, "Every Journey Matters." In high English competence level," Every" means "Not every", viz, opposite meaning is used in actual management, whereas "every" means a wish.


Is this for cityboys? Listen and repeat “The muppets don’t understand they can trade the futures through a block with other liquidity providers.” Listen and repeat "Why didn't you close the deal you fackin melt!?"


- That train has been cancelled to improve the punctuality figures for the rail network in question. Translated into non business speak; It's way easier to hit punctuality figures if you run hardly any trains...


We need World Class, Agile, Blue Sky Thinking to Push the Envelope...


I thought it was about synergies?

Linksys LGS105 Business 5 Port Desktop Gigabit Unmanaged Network Switch, £13.98 (Prime) / £18.47 (non Prime) at Amazon
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And Ebuyer. Wired connection speed up to 1000 Mbps Attribute of five Gigabit Ethernet auto-sensing ports Auto power-down disables unused ports Smart power for short cable runs… Read more

That is great for the community (cheeky)


Well, I was confused when I saw a 5 port switch going for almost as much as an 8 port switch and getting so hot. This is the first time I think I've ever seen a 5 port switch posted here, most posts have been for the more usual 8 port switch, but as none have been posted recently, I've just posted one.


You're confused :/


Why get a 5 port switch when you can get a 8 port switch for about £1 more?


Still useless

Creation Everyday Credit Card - Absolutely NO fees worldwide or in the UK. You can withdraw cash in the UK and abroad and with a lower rate.
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I am certainly not your attitude.


Buying stuff on the internet from overseas will not be charged foreign exchange fees, benefit from Mastercard rates? Is this like the Halifax Clarity card others have used, or different? Also, would this work with Google Pay?


This is the company also deal with currys pc world credit, today I bought a 55'' Samsung tv and I used this company.... hope I done the right thongs.....


Awful company to deal with, they run the Asda credit cards.


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