Agree with that. Have no idea why it has gone up that much, but glad I bought all that stuff before these crazy gone up!!
Tent carpet three weeks ago £35 deliverd today with discount £65 plus delivery. There having your eyes out.
Genuine question. I have noticed a lot of things have gone up in prices since BREXIT, but seeing the price for my tent has gone up so much (from £599 to £939), that just seems crazy!!! Has things gone up so much???
Your better looking on the Millets eBay shop, unto 60% off on there. You might find what you need.
Wow, the price is shocking!! They have increased the price massively. Bought a Berghaus 6 Air Tent back in October, RRP was £599, with discount and paid £479.20, now it has raised the price to £935, minus 35% is £607.75?? I would say wait for a proper sale, this is ridiculous price!!
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Received our tent and all the other bits and pieces 3 days ago.
Mine has been dispatched!!!
I paid with PayPal. It's now progressing through the dispute stages. Asked for a refund 10 days ago. But they put every request over to I.T. And no one ever gets back to you, or resolves a simple order problem that was never dispatched. Filthy, horrible, disgusting company. 50yrs ago we sent man to the moon. But this shower couldn't move an abacus from left to right
There are always the odd issue and unsurprising with the pandemic. Did you ask for a refund and did you pay with a credit card?
I would urge great caution about giving Millets 1-penny of your money. I'm on day 25, 3 emails and 4 different phone calls. Apparently there was an issue dispatching my order. No issue in keeping my money though. One scumbag company.
I am just saying - I've been working for 6 years as an IT field engineer and having my Wave with me would save me probably hundreds of hours over those years, but I'm pretty certain that carrying my Wave to work, riding with it in the Tube, wouldn't be classed as legitimate need. Anyhow, I guess that everyone should make his own legal risk assessment on this matter, just wanted to ask if you guys sell any refurb arcade cabinets and stuff and if yes, do you have a website, because I always wanted to buy one :)
Yea this is why I made sure to put 'with no alternative reasonably available'... If I'm going out for a few drinks with the lads then helping one of them fix a toaster afterwards, I'll not be carrying it in my pocket whilst out on the p*** beforehand - would be a matter of knowing whether my mate has a toaster repair kit at home already, if he would like me to drop off the tool at his home prior to our drinks (then not drinking excessively in anticipation of the toaster repair), or if he would like to drop the toaster off at my house at another time. Was just trying to put it straight and simple - but I could be more careful to emphasise on the bit where I mention "do I need it" rather than do I just fancy taking my Sabre for a walk. If it's truly & legitimately needed then there's not going to be a legal issue... If I'm needing to buy a few bits on my way to a place where I'm going to be using the Leatherman, then when I stop at Asda I make sure I'm not carrying the knife into the store as it's not necessary. Everyone who actually needs one has a reason to have one, without a reason they won't actually need it! In my case when I'm repairing & building arcade cabinets or rewiring for safety, the Leatherman effectively eliminates my need to carry several other tools that are unnecessarily bulky and equally dangerous - it replaces my small saw, Stanley knife, crimping pliers, regular pliers, wire stripper, prying tool, hole punching tool, screwdrivers, file, straight blade & glass scraper... All tools I would definitely need to use in all my builds & most of my repairs/maintenance. Otherwise I'll be armed to the teeth with many dangerous sharp little deelys rather than one neatly folded little device!
It was a generalised comment.....as in the item is cheaper full stop in the USA, the ground work meaning *if* you were in the USA as in travelling. With your discount, you had the item for around the same cost as the RRP in the US, I did not think it required any explanation lol.
I love gadgets, I also have so many tools from my working days it's untrue. I will somewhere in the shed have the correct tool for the job, so why do I still want one of these? I don't need it I just want it. I'm not even an outdoor hiking type , just love gadgets!!
We used the Air Porch with our old Air 4. We found that the additional pitching time was a right faff, that lack of a built in groundsheet in wet weather was a pain, it wasn’t a great fit to the main tent & the flap you have to throw over the tent was noisy when windy. Also, it was another quite large bag to store in the car. For us, the additional space & the porch area of the Air 4XL was a better option.
Ah I see. Fair enough. I think I’d prefer the air shelter anyway as can be used as a standalone
I had a tent which you could buy with a side extension - main problem is that depending on the length of the extension because it fits on the side your pitch might not be wide enough.
Why do you say that about the airporch? I got the 4XL a couple months ago and wondering about the airporch or air shelter
Really good tent (I owned one for 3 years & traded up to an Air 4 XL) but not sure this is a ‘hot deal’. I would expect this price to be the RRP and would consider a decent price around the £330/340 region by using special offers, top cashback etc. But I guess the price will be driven by supply and demand, with a lot more people taking staycations this year. This isn’t a tent that you would regret buying, however, I would stay clear of the airporch accessory. Believe me, I would much rather be in this tent in a gale or heavy downpour rather than some of the cheap poled tents that Millets sell.
New deal for this one: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/peter-storm-kids-blisco-jacket-ps1020-ps397-delivery-ps1415-delivered-with-code-at-millets-3711894?pprmrkntfctnsrd=325601442&UATypeId=7
Happy to help :)
Perfect, thanks for that!
Or actually I think https://www.ultimateoutdoors.com/16031083/peter-storm-kids-blisco-jacket-16031083 works out cheaper as delivery is £1 less with code APRIL15 - £18.40 total
Looks like that size is out your best bet is Blacks now you can use the same voucher but not quite as good price and different colours: https://www.blacks.co.uk/16030536/peter-storm-kids-blisco-jacket-16030536/?istCompanyId=d92b362f-ac8a-4a8a-87ca-c56eafad7955&istFeedId=2f99410f-1124-43d5-8232-86c184f09479&istItemId=impwmtwxi&istBid=tzpr&gclid=Cj0KCQjw9_mDBhCGARIsAN3PaFME9U8TWiXAErxZPuRSVaP_fOZLHOf7cvYqHsqPgsSHyckkgbRg9NUaAsRYEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds
I made specifically an account to warn you guys to not buy from eurohike or millets (they’re the same company). I placed an order through eurohike back in January and never received any of the items that I paid for. When I emailed them e first few emails they just kept asking me for information that I had already provided to them. Like: order number, date of the order, products ordered. Then they said they couldn’t find the order, then they said they could find it because they were looking for millers orders (even though I specified in the first email that the order was made through eurohike and I contacted them on the eurohike email address. Then they asked me for a screenshot of the order confirmation email. Finally after about a week of back and forth of emails where they asked me for information that was already provided, they told me that for some technical error my order did not go through to the warehouse, they contacted the IT department and my products should be with me in the next 7 days. A week later, no products so I contacted them again and they told me the exact same thing again (after another back and forth of emails). Another week passes by and nothing. Thi time I decided to call them and they told me the same thing again: for some reason the order did not go to the warehouse, we have contacted the IT department and your issue should be resolved in 48 hours. Emailed them again a week later: same mantra. Phoned them another week later: same mantra. Finally when I got fed up and just requested a refund threatening legal action, they just stopped replying to my emails. If you ask on the phone to speak to a manager, they’ll tell you that they don’t have managers. Order placed on 14th of January and still waiting for my refund. Don’t order from these SCAMMERS!
Any discount code?
thanks, good find...been looking for a pair like these
That’s what I did in the end. I paid through PayPal, it took me few days because they give the seller the benefit of the doubt and wait for a response from their end. They never replied to me or PayPal so PayPal refunded my money in the end. It was still a very unpleasant experience with the seller. I really wanted to receive the products instead of a refund.
These are great. Got a pair recently. The grip isn’t brilliant but super comfortable
Why put yourself through this? Contact your bank or credit card company and commence a chargeback/dispute money returned normally same day.
Does anybody know if they stock these at the Costco near the Trafford Centre?
I bought the exact same offer from Schuh. I also have wider feet, and have long been a fan of Skechers. These are snug but still extremely comfortable. Definitely worthwhile if you know your fit for their ranges!
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How to Use Your Millets Discount Code
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You can pick up some great bargains by using a Millets voucher codes. Just follow these simple steps:
Go to Millets' online store.
After completing your online shopping, review your orders in your shopping basket.
Choose your delivery method.
Enter your Millets discount code in the box marked “Voucher”.
The price will then refresh with the Millets promo code deducted off the total.
Finish the checkout process.
Do Millets do student discount?
Yes, Millets offers student discount through UNiDAYS. Simply sign up with UNiDAYS, get a Millets code, then use it at checkout.
Who owns Millets?
Millets is owned by JD Sports Fashion plc, which also owns other high-street and online brands such as Blacks, Footasylum, GO Outdoors, Size?, and Tessuti. So is millets part of jd sports? Yes, they are owned by the same company.
Who do Millets use for delivery?
Depending on which delivery option is chosen, Millets either uses DHL or Hermes to deliver.
Do Millets price match?
Yes, Millets promises to beat competitors by 10% or refund the difference plus 10% if you can find a product cheaper elsewhere. Check out the full T&Cs here.
Does Millets accept Klarna?
Yes, Klarna is an accepted payment method at Millets. Simply choose Klarna at the checkout.
You may be able to find Millets free delivery codes, but otherwise your Millets options are:
UK Standard Delivery
Standard delivery to addresses in the UK costs £3.99 and is delivered within 3-5 days. This excludes large tents and bikes, which both cost £3.99 for home delivery.
UK Next Day Delivery
Next day delivery starts from £4.99 depending on items ordered and delivery location. Orders must be placed before 6pm.
Delivery to Store
Click and collect costs £1 and delivery time depends on the store select and product availability.
Delivery to EU destinations usually takes 6 days costing £4.99, whereas delivery for non-EU destinations takes 10 days costing £9.99.
How to Return to Millets
Millet’s returns policy requires you to inform them of your decision to return within 14 days of receipt. You then have another 14 days to return the goods which can be done in a variety of ways. Please note that delivery charges are non-refundable unless the order is cancelled within the 14-day period or the goods are faulty.
Statutory UK Distance Selling Regulations allow buyers to return items within 7 days of receipt for a refund including Millets delivery charges. However, the buyer will be responsible for the cost of sending the goods back.
You have several options for returning your goods: to any Millets store, by Collect+, or by post.
Follow these simple steps to return by Collect+:
Collect+ is available at over 4500 local stores across the UK.
Head to Collect+ to generate a returns label. This should cost £3.29.
Repackage and seal your parcel.
Attach the returns label.
Take your chosen Collect+ store.
Post your parcel and remember to get proof of postage.
As soon as Millets has received your return, they will process your refund back to the original payment method.
Millets Payment Methods
Millets accept the following payment methods:
Millets Price Promise
Millets guarantee you’ll get the lowest prices through their Price Promise scheme. If you buy any item at Millets and find it cheaper elsewhere, simply contact the firm up to 7 days after purchase and they’ll beat the price by 10%. Just follow these simple steps:
Note down the price and the competitor.
Visit a local Millets store, telephone or e-mail the firm the price you found and Millets will check the details.
Social Media: You can also try DMing Millets on the social media channels such as Facebook or Twitter.
Post: Write to:
Millets Customer Care, Edinburgh House, Hollinsbrook Way, Pilsworth, Bury, BL9 8RR, United Kingdom
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Millets: Outdoor Adventure Supplier
Millets began all the way back in 1893 as a drapers and outfitters in Southampton and Bristol. The company grew strongly during the 1960s and 1970s and in 1979, Millets, together with Millets Leisure plc, was acquired by Foster Brothers Clothing to form Millets Leisure Limited. In 1996, the name was changed to the Outdoor Group which was acquired by the Blacks Leisure Group in 2009. Blacks itself was acquired by JD Sports Fashion plc in 2012. The British brand Ultimate Outdoors is also a part of the Blacks Retail Limited family today.
If you wish to see the physical goods before ordering online or are planning to collect your online purchases in a store, you can find your nearest outlet by visiting the merchant's Store Locator. Just enter your postcode or nearest town and the closest Millets, Blacks, and Ultimate Outdoors outlets will appear on a map. In addition, their addresses and phone numbers will show along with links to directions.
Millets: Product Range
Millets’ online store at millets.co.uk features a menu marked with the various categories: Men's, Women's, Kids, Footwear, Camping, Tents, Walking, Activities and Brands. Hovering over these categories reveals a drop-down menu with further subdivisions.
Millets regularly announces promotions on its home page. These special offers include Millets voucher codes for either percentage or specific sum discounts for orders over a certain amount. Offer promotions appear as pop-ups when visiting various pages. Another good time to grab a bargain is during the regular mid and end of season sales. These offer heavy discounts of up to 50% on a wide range of items.
Students who register on the site using e-mail addresses ending in ac.uk will receive an automatic 10% discount on check out. Also, scouts and members of YHA, RNLI, Ski Club of Great Britain, British Mountaineering Council (BMC) and others receive a 10% discount at stores or when ordering over the phone upon production of valid credentials.
Black Friday Deals with Millets
Millets has joined many other UK companies in the last 5 years in offering discounts on Black Friday at the end of November. You can expect to find discounts in tents, winter jackets, parkas, footwear and much more. This is perfect time to buy if you're planning an outdoors trip for the New Year, or have a family member who loves nothing more than exploring nature as you'll find a load of Millets sales and Millets Deals. We'll post all of Millets Black Friday deals on this page, so come back in November to snap up some top deals before they're all gone.