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Up to 46% Off Car Parts at Euro Car Parts
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Up to 46% Off Car Parts at Euro Car Parts

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The brand with the continuous offers.
This kind of marketing in my opinion devalues the business name
When are they not on sale
Youll still probably fibd it cheaper on one of many of their other sites mainly car parts 4 less. Or probably cheaper elsewhere in general. Ive noticed alot of sales they hike the price
The should just lower the prices to sale prices and deal honestly imo.
I can't support fake sales
RobHadiHadfield07/09/2020 08:34

The brand with the continuous offers.This kind of marketing in my opinion …The brand with the continuous offers.This kind of marketing in my opinion devalues the business name


Agree, retail prices are high as std, sometimes it works, espec on filters etc
They have more sales than DFS. No one would buy from them without a discout code.
oh this is NEWS to me....
Best bit is the code doesn't even work as its expired!
ECP are seriously a vendor of last resort.. Simply because of their crappy pricing system.. Even the discount is variable across a basket.

Had to pick up a fan belt the other day.. Got it close to retail after another amazing 60% discount code, reserve and collection.

Asked at the counter if you could use the codes on the desk rather than online, genuinely helpfull chap as always shook his head.. "Dont talk to me about these f**ng discount codes, even we don't know what things cost."

Fair pricing and I recon they'd have a load more retail business.
Sb534707/09/2020 11:38

ECP are seriously a vendor of last resort.. Simply because of their crappy …ECP are seriously a vendor of last resort.. Simply because of their crappy pricing system.. Even the discount is variable across a basket.Had to pick up a fan belt the other day.. Got it close to retail after another amazing 60% discount code, reserve and collection.Asked at the counter if you could use the codes on the desk rather than online, genuinely helpfull chap as always shook his head.. "Dont talk to me about these f**ng discount codes, even we don't know what things cost."Fair pricing and I recon they'd have a load more retail business.


I know what you mean.

I did actually use them the other week but only after I rang up the store direct to see if they would match the carparts4less price with the discount and to there credit they actually beat it by a few quid.

Hard work but if you need parts quick then your limited on options.
Where else are you guys using for parts?
I ordered some ready made coolant online for £4.99 to pick up in-store. I got a 41p discount from a 40% off discount code?!?

When I arrived to collect it, a customer in front of me had turned up to buy the exact same coolant without placing an order...... for £2.99.... The guy behind the counter was very helpful and noticed the difference, cancelled my collection and saved me a few pennies. great service, but their pricing system is ridiculous.
Edited by: "FistOfTheNEast" 7th Sep
jazzyglobe9907/09/2020 13:10

Where else are you guys using for parts?


Literally just the Internets.

Top tip is 7zap dot com for part numbers. Or equivalent then searching part numbers yields the parts.

Depends on my timescales, but tend to avoid the sites that are European based, mrcarparts etc, delivery times taken a while and returns are not really an option.

Ebay sellers with reasonable feedback have been a good source.

Even amazon is getting better especially with delivery Tracking.

Depends on the make of car so certain specialist can work well.

There's a lot to be said for a well stocked easy to search supplier locally like ecp, but loathed tonuse them due to the marketing departments antics
Sb534707/09/2020 16:29

Literally just the Internets.Top tip is 7zap dot com for part numbers. Or …Literally just the Internets.Top tip is 7zap dot com for part numbers. Or equivalent then searching part numbers yields the parts.Depends on my timescales, but tend to avoid the sites that are European based, mrcarparts etc, delivery times taken a while and returns are not really an option.Ebay sellers with reasonable feedback have been a good source.Even amazon is getting better especially with delivery Tracking.Depends on the make of car so certain specialist can work well. There's a lot to be said for a well stocked easy to search supplier locally like ecp, but loathed tonuse them due to the marketing departments antics


Thank you
Need to buy some oil for the car before it tells me to,after looking at the prices im wondering if im taking a stake in an oil field !
mrTea6707/09/2020 18:08

Need to buy some oil for the car before it tells me to,after looking at …Need to buy some oil for the car before it tells me to,after looking at the prices im wondering if im taking a stake in an oil field !


Opie oils a great to deal with for oils, usually a good deal to be found for branded oils that will fit.

Alternatively I keep an eye out for very occasional supermarket discounts and keep it in the fridge so it doesn't go off till i need it.
Over the last few years ECP prices have risen to sometimes ridiculous but usually higher
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