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Currys online vs store prices

Searcher73

Standard Member
Can anyone tell me if a Currys store will pricematch their online prices? Online they have a product I am after for £803, however, instore it is £899. Reason I ask is I have vouchers to the value of £700 to spend in Curry's and only an additional £100 to add to this.

It does state web exclusive, so I would presume they won't. Any advice welcome.
 

Guns_LotsOfGuns

Moderator/Games Reviewer
No they wont.
 

jenic

Prominent Member
They will match their online price, but not including 10% codes etc that are added at checkout.

EDIT: By the way i work at currys
 

DJT75

Distinguished Member
Or you could sell your £700 vouchers on ebay for £ 693.70(ish) & buy anything you want from anywhere!
 

Searcher73

Standard Member
They will match their online price, but not including 10% codes etc that are added at checkout.

EDIT: By the way i work at currys

Dam, I wished I know that today I've blinking used them already and took for granted they wouldn't price match, thanks to the previous respondent :clap: :mad: .

I furious now, not just at that finding out that, I bought a LG 37" LCD, LG DVD Recorder & black glass display all for £1149. The TV itself was £1099 so I thought that’s an ok deal as the stand is £199 and don't know what the DVD Recorder is worth, anyway, got it home, set-up the TV, perfect I thought, much better than my 32" Tosh that I've just replaced due to pixel damage. So I unpack the DVD recorder I think to myself that it's quite basic for a recorder. It turns out it isn't a DVD recorder after all; the clowns have given me the wrong bloody thing. What a laugh, even the receipt has the proper model name for the DVD Recorder; I feel a complaint coming on in the morning.
 

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