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I’ve read a few posts now, on a number of other forums, about people getting PC World to price match on the Samsung NC-10.
PC World price match with the following stores:
Argos, Comet, Jessops, Tesco, John Lewis, Asda, B&Q, Game Gamestation, Halfords, HMV, Maplin, Staples, Toys R Us, Zavvi.
Now, Staples are selling the NC-10 for Â£320 – but if you go into PC World and price match, they’ll take 10% off, meaning they’ll knock about Â£30 off, so you’ll pay only Â£290!
The only catch, I think, is that the NC-10 has to be in stock at Staples and the store has to be in (I think) a thirty mile radius. A member of staff at PC World usually will phone Staples to ensure the product is in stock.
Although, some have said the NC-10 is Â£299 at Staples, and if that’s the case, then you’d only pay about Â£270…so either way it’s the cheapest price going at the moment.
I’ll have to head into Staples myself and check the price.
I thought it was only 10% of the difference?
I’ld rather not save the money and buy from Staples anyway, always found their customer service much better than PC Worlds 🙂
They discount by 110% of the difference so it would be Â£2 or Â£3 not Â£20 or Â£30!
So, PCworld price is Â£24 more expensive so they would knock Â£26.40 off!
PCWorld were utterly useless when I was practically throwing my money at them for two netbooks. I wanted them to pricematch staples but the staff member said he couldn’t see it on their site. I said they can just phone up as it’s within their pricematching store radius. He ummed and arrred and looked at me blankly.
I purchased them from staples in the end and couldn’t be happier with their level of service.
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