Passenger wrote: »
Their weights/fitness equipment is all out of stock for some reason. Anybody any idea why?
arrianalexander wrote: »
The pandemic surged demand for gym equipment over night , not just for Argos for any business selling that kind of equipment.
Aristotle wrote: »
It's been a bit pandemicy for the past year or so, limited fitness stock in most places due to increased demand with people exercising at home and limited manufacturing due to the equipment not being manufactured during full lockdowns.
fryup wrote: »
can i return something that i bought online to a store?
*its a large item, a cordless lawnmower and its been used (less than a month)
RossieMan wrote: »
I've done this previously with a faulty TV. And I even purchased it online from Argos UK.
Now I did have everything organised before I went in, they only had to process the replacement and send the broken one back.
fryup wrote: »
well i phoned customer service and they said they'll arrange for a courier to collect it and i'll get a refund once they (argos) receive it...so happy days:)
the only question is...does it have to be spotless?
ablelocks wrote: »
argos working again on pricescanner...
Skerries wrote: »
sod the kids! I want that Nerf blaster
Not a bargain post but anyone know if the Jervis and Swords Dublin stores are permanently closing down soon? I notice on the website within both the store locator and reservation pages both these branches have (Closing soon) after the branch names, not seeing this on any others. I suppose they are relatively close to other major branches.
They must be. That's a pity. I would have thought Swords was doing fairly well though, unless the rent and rates are high. Santry presumably a better option for them.
I guess the same with Jervis St and the other options close by.
2 of the 3 stores in limerick are closed/closing as well.