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shokt2008
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I want buy piano need advise

Post by shokt2008 » 12 Dec 2008, 18:31

I want to buy a piano with less money and I have heard a lot about voucher and cash back sites recently. Do they really work and can you get discounts off everything?

I was shopping on Xmas the other day and searched Xmas discounts before I made my purchase and managed to get a few quid off my order. Does this only work for online stores or can you use it on the high street too?
Please guide me for this website
http://www.myvouchercodes.co.uk/hot

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Post by shokt2008 » 12 Dec 2008, 18:33

these are some more exapmles which i need advice

http://www.myvouchercodes.co.uk/printable-vouchers

http://www.myvouchercodes.co.uk/new-discounts


thanks for your advices.
i hope i will get a piano this winter
see you all

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Re: I want buy piano need advise

Post by markymark » 13 Dec 2008, 13:46

shokt2008 wrote:I want to buy a piano with less money and I have heard a lot about voucher and cash back sites recently. Do they really work and can you get discounts off everything?

I was shopping on Xmas the other day and searched Xmas discounts before I made my purchase and managed to get a few quid off my order. Does this only work for online stores or can you use it on the high street too?
Please guide me for this website
http://www.myvouchercodes.co.uk/hot
Personally I wouldn't trust these sites. Besides anything else, you also have to take into account warranty, guarantees, services on the instrument as or if necessary and basically, company accountability. That would be one benefit to buying from Argos. On the other hand, there are other online companies with a good reputation that can sell it for less than Argos. Buying from Argos isn't going to let you try the instrument in person anyway before you take it home.

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