PCWorld - collect at store bargains

  Diodorus Siculus 08:04 24 Mar 2005

PC World... UK's Largest Computer Superstore
click here

Includes a samsung printer/scanner for £50 and a 256MB flash driver for £15.

Worth a look if in the market for something.

  JonnyTub 16:41 24 Mar 2005

Worth a bump too ^^^

  keithlik 18:34 24 Mar 2005

Yes - some real bargains from time to time ....but not so good at sorting out complaints if you have a prob.

  § 19:21 24 Mar 2005

Thanks Diodorus Siculus you've made my day.

I've reserved the V500 Wireless Optical Notebook Mouse - just what I've been after.

  spuds 19:35 24 Mar 2005

Tried for the flash driver. Nearest supply about 50 miles away,none at the 'local' three stores :o( Thanks DS for the link, now added to their special mailing list.

  Tim1964 01:01 25 Mar 2005

I saved £12 on the instore price for a 40Gb HDD by using the 'collect at store' option. Just printed out the page with the ref. number and details on it.

Bargain :)

  accord 07:40 25 Mar 2005

Loads of discounted products in their slough store yesterday. Loads of TFTs and PC with up to £100 off some.

In fairness, this is probably end of line stuff but if the spec fits and the price is right.......come on down

  Dizzy Bob 10:35 25 Mar 2005

If you reserve an item on the collect at store system, you will be charged the online price when you get to store, even if it is lower than the instore price.

Works for web exclusives too (as long as the item is collect at store enabled)


Dizzy Bob

  anchor 14:50 25 Mar 2005

Just seen this thread but unfortunately the items were out of stock in branches anywhere near me. As only 250 of each were on offer I am not surprised.

  Zurdo 19:24 25 Mar 2005

Got the li'l Logitech mouse, it's good value @ £20

  Diodorus Siculus 07:37 29 Mar 2005

Only the mouse left but a site to bookmark.

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