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There are several internet price comparison sites you could use.

They compare prices and also give user reviews of products.

 

dont know if any can be named.... will do if someone says it's ok, but just tye price comparison into a search engine!

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I've just been to B&Q and they have a new fantastic range of good priced washing machines (as well as driers, dishwashers, etc). I'm sure you can order them on-line too. Not sure about the after service, but my last washing machine was from them (when they used to get their "one off" specials). It cost £199.

It's been going really well for about 18 months - despite it being on the go constantly:eek:

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All in all, quite busy at the moment and enjoying every minute of it
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Oddly enough our washer/dryer has died also so we are after a new one too. Unfortunately we may have to consider brighthouse as we can't afford to pay cash and computer will say no if we apply for credit

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We recently needed a new washer and looked at Currys, then just by chance checked Dixons. Same model including delivery and taking the old one away was £45 cheaper. Delivered on a Sunday morning 4 days later by guess who - Currys!

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Currys and dixons. Both owned by same party

Please note that although my advice is offered, you should consult your legal representative before taking ANY action.

 

 

have a nice day !!

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i went with coment, used a webcode to get 15% off, they are going to instal it and take the old thing away.

 

i purchased via topcashback so another £9 is coming my way too!

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what about tesco direct?

 

stil too late i suppose as youve already spent your money

 

It was cheaper at Currys!

 

It works beautifully by the way :) haha.

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