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23-11-2018, 10:47   #31
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Does Curry's have a payment option online if you're reserving an item to buy? As I want to buy a laptop but collect in store but want to get my discount.
Yah. Just go through the normal process of buying online, and select COLLECT FOR FREE in store for the delivery option.
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23-11-2018, 10:51   #32
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Thank you OP and others.signed up with my card and due to get €80 back.
SWEET! It is a great offer. I was waiting to buy a telly in the sales, so an extra 10% off makes the decision easier.
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Yah. Just go through the normal process of buying online, and select COLLECT FOR FREE in store for the delivery option.
no, you need to pay for delivery to get the cash back.
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23-11-2018, 11:10   #34
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no, you need to pay for delivery to get the cash back.
Where are you reading that?
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no, you need to pay for delivery to get the cash back.
Thanks. Great if I pay for delivery it be next Thursday to deliver in my area :-( I want to get it today as I am in galway.
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23-11-2018, 11:24   #36
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I read boi terms and you have to buy online, no reserving. No where does it mention you can't pick up in store to avail of offer.
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23-11-2018, 11:30   #37
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Anyone know if this would work with quidco cashback to? Some people have said quidco works on Irish currys site
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23-11-2018, 11:51   #38
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To redeem this offer, you will need to make a purchase at currys.ie, including taxes and after any discounts. Offer valid for one purchase completed online. Reserving online and paying in-store will not qualify for cashback. Offer is limited to 1 cashback per Cashback Service account. Only the first eligible transaction made on any card registered to your account during the offer validity period will be eligible for cashback. If you have more than one card registered on your account, you will still only be paid cashback for this offer once, regardless of the number of purchases you make during the offer validity period. Offer not valid on purchases made using gift cards. Maximum cashback reward of €100.
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To redeem this offer, you will need to make a purchase at currys.ie, including taxes and after any discounts. Offer valid for one purchase completed online. Reserving online and paying in-store will not qualify for cashback. Offer is limited to 1 cashback per Cashback Service account. Only the first eligible transaction made on any card registered to your account during the offer validity period will be eligible for cashback. If you have more than one card registered on your account, you will still only be paid cashback for this offer once, regardless of the number of purchases you make during the offer validity period. Offer not valid on purchases made using gift cards. Maximum cashback reward of €100.
Meant to say, that's aibs t&cs, says nothing about delivery, I'm looking at a 65inch TV and delivery is 30 quid, almost defeats the purpose getting it delivered when there's 4 curry's store within a 5min drive from me. I'm taking the punt.
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Meant to say, that's aibs t&cs, says nothing about delivery, I'm looking at a 65inch TV and delivery is 30 quid, almost defeats the purpose getting it delivered when there's 4 curry's store within a 5min drive from me. I'm taking the punt.
It says you have to use currys.ie and you can't reserve online & pay in store. There is no other option except delivery
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It says you have to use currys.ie and you can't reserve online & pay in store. There is no other option except delivery
I see that now, sneaky buggers. Going to ring them and find out if it can be done
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Fairly certain it’s Apple who decided the RRP and not Curry’s to be fair. There was a time before brexit when the iPhone was cheaper here.

Watch the battery in them. July 2018 iPhone 8 down to 97% capacity already. Ironically I bought it because my X at the time had poor battery life.
actually £550 in Argos Uk
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23-11-2018, 12:32   #43
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its not like argos that you reserve and pay instore, when you reserve for collection you have already paid? anyone else read the same?
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I see that now, sneaky buggers. Going to ring them and find out if it can be done
It depends on the store I think.
AIB said there are no stipulations on their end regarding in store pickup/delivery.

It's completely in the hands of the partner store.
I just called the Currys/PcWorld customer service line and they said there is no stipulation on their end either.

Mind you, that is not to say that individual stores might be awkward and have their own ts and cs.
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its not like argos that you reserve and pay instore, when you reserve for collection you have already paid? anyone else read the same?
I reserved an item worth €190 in Mahon Cork and I didn't have to pay.
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