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There are always ways you can save money at Currys PC World*, so even if there isn’t a cracking deal out there that works for you, don’t assume you can’t cut your costs further.
Ways to save money at Currys include:
- Free delivery or collection. When you buy online from Currys delivery's free, or you can collect from a store if you prefer (find your nearest*). Of course, this depends on your local store having it in stock.
- Try haggling. We polled 1,400 MoneySavers to see in which shops they had luck haggling, and Currys PC World came 7th with a 59% success rate - so it's probably worth a go if you feel confident. Read our Haggle on the High Street guide for more tips.
- See online offers. Scroll down on the Currys* homepage and you'll find a summary of its best current deals, some of which are exclusive to the website and not available in stores.
- Check out similar retailers, eg, Amazon, John Lewis. If you're not committed to buying from Currys PC World, check for deals from other shops such as Amazon, John Lewis and Argos, where you may find there's a better offer.
- Had a problem with Currys PC World? There’s a free online tool you can use to complain – it helps draft, manage and if necessary escalate your complaint. It’s offered by a firm called Resolver, which we like so much we work with it to help people get complaints justice – you can use it to complain to Currys PC World*.
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If you go online to Currys* you can browse its clearance section for bargains, with a mixture of small and large discounts on laptops, TVs, kitchen appliances, iPads, cameras and other electronics. Delivery's free, or you can collect from a store (find your nearest*).
As is the nature of a clearance, stock is limited, so you'll have to go quick if there's something you want. It's also worth checking if there's a clearance section in your local Currys store, though what's available will vary between locations.
Clearance stock could be cheaper in store, but the range in Currys PC World's eBay outlet* makes it certainly worth a look. You may be able to spot big discounts on TVs, laptops, smartphones, cameras and kitchen appliances.
A lot of products it sells are new and where items are used or refurbished this is clearly noted.
If you shop at Currys PC World* and spot something that's cheaper at either Argos, Asda, John Lewis, Tesco or AO.com, Currys says it will match the price - including any voucher/code offers - and this even applies up to seven days after you've made a purchase.
There's a bit of work involved, so in most cases it's probably easier just to buy the items where you've seen it cheapest. However, if you're committed to buying from Currys, or if you've already bought the item, the 'Prime Promise' could be a decent way of saving money.
You simply need to tell Currys the product number, its price and the competitor you want it to match from the list above. You can either do this over the phone by calling 0344 561 0000, or if you've already made a purchase in store, by revisiting the same branch.
Currys says the competitor's products must be identical, brand new and in stock ready for delivery. It won't match delivery costs or any additional services, such as extended warranties.
Latest Expired Deals
Currys 'up to 30% off' sale
Over 1,000 items, online and in stores. Not likely to boost further but often price-matchesExpired
Start date (online): Started on Christmas Eve
Start date (in store): Started on Boxing Day
Sale strength: Up to 30% off over 1,000 items
Likely to boost? We haven't seen Currys increase the discount on its sale in previous years, so we wouldn't expect it to this year. However, Currys often price matches other retailers, so you could see selected items reduced further if a competitor has reduced its price.
As it's a sale, stock is likely to be limited, so go quick if there's something you're after.
Looking for another sale? See our January Sales page for a full list of what's on.
Currys discounts on thousands of items?
Last year, £19 Google Nest Mini, £22 Echo Dot, £199 Dyson V7Expired
Last year, Currys* ran Black Friday discounts on thousands of items across TVs, audio, white goods, voice control assistants, game consoles and more. It's price match guarantee applied to Black Friday discounted items, too. We predict we'll see similar deals this year.
Examples of discounts we found last year include:
- Google Nest Mini (2nd Gen) – £19 (was £49). Same price at John Lewis and AO.
- Sony WF-XB700 wireless bluetooth earbuds – £59 (was £129). Same price at Amazon and John Lewis.
- Nespresso Next coffee machine by Magimix Vertuo – £74 (was £149). Same price at John Lewis.
- Kenwood Kmix KMX760 stand mixer – £249 (was £549). Next cheapest, £274.99 at Kenwood.
- Dyson V8 Absolute Extra cordless vacuum – £299 (was £399). Next cheapest, £299.99 at Very.
What about this year?
We reckon we'll see similar discounts to last year, including reductions on popular items like the Google Nest Mini and Dyson models.
We expect Currys' usual price match guarantee to run during Black Friday, for example, if you find the same product cheaper at a major UK retailer (including Amazon, AO.com, Argos, Asda, John Lewis and Tesco), it'll price match it*.
Important: Don't get caught up in the Black Friday hype, and keep our money mantras in mind – only ever buy what you need and can afford. You should always do your own price comparisons to ensure you’ve found the best deal available – don't simply take a retailer's word for it.