IT DON'T STACK onto 2 codes but can get a better deal with DOFE codes
It will work on tents that are not on a (‘WOW’) promotion or in clearance. For example, an Outwell Woodbridge 6A inflatable tent is reduced to £805 with the membership discount card, then a further £80.50 discount using th 10CCCV2 code.
Not working on tents
Doesn’t seem to work on bikes, but a number of their bikes are out of stock.
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so just a quick goole on oex quality and found this Oex stuff is very good entry level. I have a couple of their items and have been impressed I've got the oex phoxx 1and it's survived weather and wintery conditions bon Brecon, This back up my own opinion on go outdoors products whats the basis for the argument that quality v price - like i say its 25% off an already good price for a quality product but hey ho I looked for any deal you posted to get an idea as to your quality items but cant seem to find any forgive me if i am wrong
There's a huge difference in quality between these in house brands and mainstream outdoor brands. The model of most large outdoor chains is to stock huge amounts of in house brands and small amounts of better brands. The big margins are in these in house brands!
OK thanks didn't realise that - the deal is 25% off - regardless of the fact that it is an in house product I suppose if apple reduced their prices by 25% that wouldn't be a deal either but hey ho
Close enough. Berghaus,Brasher and 55% of JD Sports are all owned by Pentland. In 2014 they dropped the Brasher branding in favour of Berghaus. JD Sports own Go Outdoors.
Didn't work for anything I wanted😥
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Well...if they made a pigs ear of it in March? (shoes marked as 12's EU47, that are actually 11's) AND/OR they are slow to pick orders, so that when they do get round to it, the item (shoes in my case) are OOS?, and/or sell poor quality items, that could have something to do with it perhaps?.
I'd wait, no one is buying outdoor clothing and equipment right now so all the outdoor retailers will be eager to shift the stock once we reach the end of the summer months.
Yep, tried several items and didn't work with any
Lots of exclusions :/
Or Go Backdoors to reduce the strain on the NHS in 9 months time
Are there any Tepee-style tents like this that are actually waterproof (have a higher HH rating than 2000)?
Not surprising really, the threads look like the work of a simpleton.
I was reported and my comment deleted as being off topic when I posted a picture of a £50 wheelie bin as an alternative. Fun has been massively outlawed on HUKD. The message is now one of "Look, just sit here quietly and enjoy the deals that we are promoting because we are getting a cut"
Excellent, you get wet in it and it's £69 great ice breakers for the new gf and camping trip.. (y)
Most over-rated tent out there. If on a budget consider a Nature Hike tent of some sort. Amazon often have them on a daily deal.
I have the vango helium which looks identical to this. I'm 5ft 1 & can only really sit upright at the tallest point. Main advantage is it's so much warmer as you're only heating air in the small space. With bigger tents you don't generate enough body heat to heat all the empty space around you.
Thanks pal, nice gesture (y)
A cheaper way to buy this tent is go to ultimateoutdoors.com and use code DDS15, this takes it to £47.95 including delivery
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Knew I should have bought this at £85 last year. Grrr.
I apologise, you're quite right!
Now I am confused. I thought it was the other way around #confused
For the benefit of other members, LP is Low Pressure and runs from disposable 250g or 500g gas cartridges whereas HP is High Pressure and will require a Calor cylinder or similar with regulator and hose. I was previously a trade account holder with Cadac, fantastic product range and personally own a Safari Chef which is superb!!
Excellent stuff, just remember to prep your gear and washing machine first (from memory I believe you have to strip out the conventional "washing detergent" and conditioner from your machine using TK-Wash before you start cleaning your gear) suffice to say, you're better to wash your clothing *before* the dirt gets really ingrained, otherwise you're just "sealing it in"! Don't make the mistake I did, which was to give the jacket a hotter than normal wash to clean it "properly" otherwise you'll damage the waterproofing - lesson learned is "follow the instructions exactly and don't try to improvise" Voted hot - assuming you're not going to be as stupid as me!
Sounds like a whole bunch of storesv are doing this, but its a decent sale if they have what you want in stock. I really wouldn't touch on-line sales. Also, any decent brand manufacturer would honour warranty claims if Go dont.
Could be a rebrand, still crazy timing.
Strange doesn't even come close, more likely closing down FULL STOP.. A truly rubbish company to deal with, as are the other "names" in the family ( Millets , Black's etc) and yet if the reviews on TRUSTPILOT are to be believed (I don't BTW) it certainly helps... Go Outdoors & Co to maintain a decent average, as some people positively love em (skeptical) Oh well, perhaps its just a coincidence that many reviews are from people with only a few, a couple... 1 review even, at a time most needed to maintain a reasonable average?
I just bought £400 worth of boots from Go Outdoors.... urgh
Perhaps rebranding them to Millets/Blacks/Tiso or something?
I have this tent. Had 10 days last year in all weathers. Tent was very good. I also got a FREE carpet for the inside/lounge area. Blew a gale a P....D down one evening and no issues at all. Apart from the noise was defening and lightening was incredable.
Was looking at this tent in go outdoors the other day , it's a cracking size for a wee family holiday . If you don't feel confident on the waterproof rating you can always get a large can of fabsil and give a good coating ! Water will run off like a ducks back ! (y)
3000 hydrostatic head, definitely yes.
Would you recommend this: https://www.millets.co.uk/16003512/vango-vg-beta-450xl-16003512
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Using a GO Outdoors Voucher Code
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In order to use a GO Outdoors discount code, you’ll most likely need to have one of the brand’s discount cards. These are valid for one year and cost £5. Once you are signed up, you'll be able to get access to loads of Go Outdoors voucher codes and save on your Go Outdoors purchases. This is how you can add a voucher code to an order:
Visit the GO Outdoors page.
Shop for the items you need.
Go to the checkout.
Type in your discount card number.
In the Voucher Box below, type in your GO Outdoors promo code.
Pay for your order in the usual way.
GO Outdoors FAQ
Is GO Outdoors open all week?
Yes, most GO Outdoors UK stores are open every day of the week. Monday to Friday the opening hours are longer, usually, 10am-8pm. On Saturdays, most stores are open between 10am- 6pm. On Sundays, the hours are reduced to 10.30am-4.30pm at the majority of stores. You can find up to date information on the opening hours of a store near you on their A-Z of Stores page, alternatively, enter your postcode on the Store Locator page to find the nearest GO Outdoors to you.
Do GO Outdoors do NHS discount ?
Yes, but you need to be a discount card holder. When you have a discount card you’ll be entitled to an extra 10% off the price of Goods at GO Out Doors. This offer applies to all members of the Emergency Services and the NHS, including anyone who is a Blue Light Card Holder. As well as the fire, police and ambulance service, people who work for the RNLI, Mountain Rescue, Cave Rescue, St Johns Ambulance and Firs Responders are eligible, along with members of the RSPCA. You can get the extra discount by showing your work ID at the till or using a voucher code online. Call 0330 008 1555 for the appropriate voucher code and have your proof of membership to hand.
Do GO Outdoors do Student Discount?
Yes, currently Go Outdoors student discount is offered through UNiDAYS.
Who owns GO Outdoors?
GO Outdoors is owned by the trainer and sport-fashion company, JD Sports.
Do GO Outdoors do finance?
If you spend more than £250 in a single transaction you might be able to get finance at GO Outdoors. Payments are spread over 10 months and will attract interest. You’ll need to go through all the usual credit checks beforehand and there are various terms and conditions that you’ll be subject to. You might also be able to pay by Klarna, which is a 3rd party payment method that allows you to pay in installments.
Do GO Outdoors refill gas bottles?
Yes. Refill costs vary depending on the size of the bottle and the service is only available in GO Outdoors stores when you produce a valid discount card.
What are the Shipping Options at GO Outdoors?
GO Outdoors often have discounts on delivery as part of a wider promotional offer, but their regular delivery options are;
£4.95 or free of charge on orders of over £50. The items should reach you 3-5 days after they are dispatched.
Next Day Delivery
£5.95 or £2.95 on orders of over £50. Order before 6pm Monday to Friday to use this service.
Click and Collect
Free to one of 39 stores in the UK, takes 2-3 days to arrive.
Returning Items to GoOutdoors
You can return an online order to any GO Outdoors store other than Hathersage. You can arrange a collection for heavier items through Hermes. Just visit their returns page and search for GO Outdoors. Parcels of 5kg or under can be returned in the following way:
Fill in the delivery note and tick the reason for the return.
Place alongside the item.
Securely package your parcel.
At the Post Office, send to GO Outdoors Returns, XPO Logistics, ERF Way, Middlewich, UK.
Request proof of postage.
Alternatively, you can go to any GO Outdoors store and return your unwanted or faulty items.
Refunds are made 3-5 days after GO Outdoors receives the return.
Payment Methods Accepted at GO Outdoors
In the online store you can pay for an order using one of the following:
How to Contact GO Outdoors
You have a number of options when it comes to getting in touch with GO Outdoors.
If you need to speak with someone, GO Outdoors have a 24-hour phone line, the number is 0330 008 1555.
To search for an answer yourself, take a look at their FAQ section which covers most issues relating to orders and products.
Alternatively, to keep things in writing, send a letter to
GO Outdoors Head Office, High Road, Haslemere, Pitsea, Basildon, SS13 3JY.
GO Outdoors on Social Media
You can sign up for the weekly newsletter with offers and product news on the GO Outdoors homepage. For inspiration on camping and other outdoor activities, you can visit the company’s blog. You can also follow the GO Outdoors social media accounts where they promote new offers and products, as well as chat with their customers.
GO Outdoors Company Story
Founded in Sheffield in 1969, GO Outdoors was first known as the Camping & Caravanning Centre. Founders Paul Caplan and John Graham eventually sold their business to JD Sports in 2016 for £112 million. The 39 stores are large enough to display tents and more, with collections of affordable clothing and gear for beginners, alongside specialised equipment for experienced enthusiasts.
The Entire GO Outdoors Collection
GO Outdoors organise their vast product range into a number of categories so it’s easier to find the exact item you need. You can also use the search bar to locate an individual product you know the name of. Here’s some more information about the different sections:
The men’s section has clothing, footwear and accessories for all types of weather, terrain and activity. You can find coats and jackets which are softshell, breathable or insulated with down. They also have a cleaning and proofing service for coats. For cooler weather, there are fleeces, trousers and base layers. For the warmer seasons, choose between casual and technical t-shirts, swimwear and shorts. The footwear collection ranges from wellies to sandals and hiking boots, whilst the accessories area includes headbands, summer hats, gloves and scarves. GO Out Doors also list their special offers on men’s clothing here and popular brands you may wish to browse.
Women can shop for casual, breathable and 3 in 1 jackets and coats, or use the cleaning service to revive an item they already own. There are various weights of fleece, along with base layers and hoodies for warmth. Trousers come in ¾ length, full length and shorts. A selection of t-shirts is available for sports and casual wear, along with swimwear and accessories such as belts, watches and sunglasses. The footwear area has snow boots, sandals and shoes for cycling, walking and hiking. You can see the most popular women’s clothing brands here and take a look at the special offers.
In the children’s category, there is outwear and separates for girls and boys aged between three and sixteen years old. There are coats, jackets and all in ones, as well as softshell and breathable options. The fleeces come in light, mid and heavyweights and there is a good selection of base layers. The trousers and shorts are available in styles suitable for walking, waterproof materials and in ¾ length. For cold weather, they have hoodies, gilets and accessories such as gloves and scarves. In the summer, choose from t-shirts, summer hats and swimwear.
In this category you’ll find equipment, clothing and accessories for walking. The clothing area has layers for all seasons, with warm down jackets, t-shirts and body warmers, as well as hats and gloves. In the footwear section GO Outdoors have walking boots, shoes and socks, along with insoles, gaiters and laces. So that you can carry everything you need, there are backpacks, stuff sacks and daypacks as well as baby carriers and compression bags. The walking equipment is made up of torches, first aid kits, maps and survival gear, along with GPS units, poles and water bottles.
Here you can look for GO Outdoor tents for one to ten people, as well as inflatable tents, smaller weekend tents and pop-up tents. There are tents designed for mountain camping, beach tents and backpacking tents. Shop this section for spares such as guy ropes, pegs, and replacement poles. The camping furniture subsection has sun loungers, cupboards and chairs, as well as beds and hammocks. In the cooking area, there are gas stoves, barbeques and meals along with storage and utensils. There is also a huge selection of sleeping bags, air beds and pumps, as well as cool boxes, heaters and torches.
In this area, GO Outdoors have a large collection of tools and clothing for all types of fishing. The equipment includes lines, hooks, rods, nets and tackle boxes, as well as bait and floats. You can also shop for shelters and sleeping bags to keep you warm and comfortable on a longer trip. The clothing and footwear area covers fishing jackets, hats, legwear and boots, along with waders and fishing socks. You can buy specialist carp, match, pole, fly and game fishing products, or items which are designed for sea and beach fishing.
The section of the GO Outdoors website devoted to cycling has mountain, road, folding and BMX bikes, along with those which are designed for children. There are gloves, shorts, jackets and jerseys, as well as hi-viz clothing for safety on the road. You can shop for parts such as stems, wheels, breaks and pedals, along with puncture repair kits and bike stands. In the accessories area, there are saddlebags, pumps and lights, as well as locks, helmets and mudguards.
You can shop the climbing section to find training and hold equipment as well as DVDs and guidebooks. If you are a more experienced climber there are chalk bags, harnesses and ropes, as well as quickdraws, camming devices and slings. For winter climbs, GO Outdoors have ice axes, crampons and boots, alongside snow probes, rock pitons and ice screws. If you are searching for footwear, you can shop rock shoes, approach shoes and mountaineering boots. To carry your stuff, there are packs and rope bags.
The running category covers clothing, footwear and equipment. Runners can shop for jackets, base layers and tights, or shorts, gloves and headwear. There is a selection which has high visibility clothing for road running. In the footwear area, they have included shoes for road running, trail running shoes and also socks designed especially for running. The equipment section includes water bottles, navigation tools, watches and backpacks. There are also gels and energy bars to keep you going on more challenging routes.
Which Brands are Available at GO Outdoors?
Millets, Blacks and Cotswold Outdoor also sell clothing and equipment for outdoor pursuits. They stock their own range of products, along with many other top outdoor labels. At GO Outdoors you’ll be able to shop the following brands.
GO Outdoors holds sales all year round. The end of summer sale is one of their largest events, as they need to clear older stock. View everything that’s reduced by visiting the GO Outdoors sale page and check out flash deals on their social media pages. On Black Friday, they participate with reductions of up to 60% across each department. The GO Outdoors discount card costs £5 for the year and you can lots of Go Outdoors Voucher Codes. Members get exclusive offers, discounts of up to 50% off everything and a promise that GO Outdoors will beat any identical lower priced items in other stores by 10%. To see every current deal in one place, take a look at hotukdeals.
Gift Cards at GO Outdoors
GO Outdoors have gift vouchers that range in value between £5 and £50. They are sent in a wallet and can be used instore.