CURRYS PC WORLD has launched a massive online clearance sale, where you can find savings on a whole host of gadgets for your home.
We’ve had a look at some popular items and it seems you can make quite a hefty saving in comparison to other retailers.
For example, as part of the clearance sale, you can get your hands on a NOW TV Smart Box and a two month Sky Cinema Pass for £30.
Compared to Amazon, this is a 25 per cent saving as it charges £40 for the box and pass.
A pair of wireless bluetooth headphones, meanwhile, cost £14 – this is 25 per cent less than what you’d pay if you bought them online at Amazon.
You can also pick up an iPad for £279, which is a £20 saving compared to Argos and a £10 saving compared to Amazon.
In addition, the sale includes kitchen gadgets, such as a Kenwood Spiralizer that costs £15. This is a huge 70 per cent saving compared to John Lewis where the same spiralizer costs £50.
Meanwhile, a Nespresso coffee machine has been reduced to £99. On Amazon this costs a hefty £300, saving you 67 per cent.
But there are some items which you may want to shop around for.
For example a HP laptop in the clearance sale costs £320, but we found the same laptop on Amazon for £45 less at £275.
The clearance offers are available online but you’ll have to hurry if you want to pick up some bargains as it’s only available while stocks last.
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Standard delivery from Currys PC World is free and will take from three to five days to be delivered.
Next day delivery costs £4 for anytime postage, or £10 if you want to specify a delivery window.
Weekend and same-day shopping costs £10.
The clearance sale isn’t available in stores.
Earlier this year the retailer was accused of misleading customers into buying an £80 HDMI cable which was exactly the same as ones that were half the price.
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