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    Ideal World Welcomes Celebrity Paul Ross as Guest Presenter

    Well known for his appearance on many TV and radio shows over the decades, Paul canít wait to take centre stage and present his favourite products to you!

    Weíre sure you are as excited as we are to welcome our new guest presenter Paul Ross to the Ideal World team. With decades of experience in the industry and after appearing on many TV shows including ITVís This Morning and The Alan Titchmarsh Show, Paul will bring some showbiz to the home of television shopping.

    Paul canít wait to get started on the show and deliver fantastic offers straight to your front room. ďIím utterly thrilled to be joining the top team of presenters on my favourite shopping channel. Itís been my guilty secret for ages! Iíve been a viewer and buyer for many years too and love their market beating offers on stonking products. Iíd love viewers to join me at the weekends when Iíll bring them my fresh shopping selectionĒ.

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      Wink QVC New Customer Code

      QVC New Customer Code


      New to QVC? Get £5 off your first order with code FIVE4U
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      This promotional code may be used towards your first purchase from QVC when applied at the checkout at QVCUK.com, or via our call centre (0800 51 41 31). This promotional code may be used for merchandise only and cannot be redeemed for cash. A minimum purchase of £5, including P&P, is required. Customers with an existing QVC account, and QVC employees, are not eligible to participate in this promotion.
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      A whole £5 eh? So you'll basically still be paying the same price for your item, just getting the P&P knocked off. Another crap offer from QVC.

      Compare to 10%, 20%, 25% off vouchers from virtually every other retailer heading into your inbox regularly.
       

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      Quote Originally Posted by Ellaaa View Post
      A whole £5 eh? So you'll basically still be paying the same price for your item, just getting the P&P knocked off. Another crap offer from QVC.

      Compare to 10%, 20%, 25% off vouchers from virtually every other retailer heading into your inbox regularly.
      I know, sometimes (usually) it don't even pay for that! Also Q has been going for what 20+ years and this to my knowledge is the first time they have done a 'incentive code' and each of the presenters are going on as if it is the best things since 'sliced bread', er no, as you quite rightly point out, loads of retailers have been doing this for decades and with bigger discounts. Q, once again showing that they have missed the 'slow boat to China'!

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      [SARCASM ALERT]How fabulous, QVC sets the world alight with the expansive generosity of their incentives for loyal, longstanding (long-suffering) customers!

      Yep, yet again an own-goal from QVC who are so busy trying to recruit new customers to replace the existing customers who are highly fed up with being taken for granted. What about "introduce a new customer to QVC and you both get a voucher code"?
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      Even with the paltry fiver off, they're still dearer than any other retailer, with absolutely prehistoric customer service to boot.
       

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      Wow a whole 5 quid. I`m sure people will fall over themselves to get a whole fiver off an overpriced piece of polyester clothing or a made in China £300 handbag or a plated lump of metal with real glass stones. Form an orderly queue folks.
       

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      There have been loads asking on Facebook about a code for first time shoppers. Others replied on behalf of QVC(as usual), that has been on the site for years and never any code. So now they have deemed oh so many complaints about QVC in general lets give them a fiver and shut them up.
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      When retailers reduce goods by 10% 20% 30% they are still making a profit. IMO the reduction is factored in to the original selling price so people think they are getting this huge reduction in price when things are on special offers or sale price etc. QVC are just one of the worst for this type of sales ploy. There is no such thing as a bargain on Q.
       

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      Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
      When retailers reduce goods by 10% 20% 30% they are still making a profit. IMO the reduction is factored in to the original selling price so people think they are getting this huge reduction in price when things are on special offers or sale price etc. QVC are just one of the worst for this type of sales ploy. There is no such thing as a bargain on Q.
      I often find it amusing when people are buying what they deem is a 'bargain' because they have bought something at a sale price and saved £200 or something, in some cases it is genuine, I know I have purchased a electronic toothbrush (never ever purchase these at full price, there are enough sales (Black Friday, Christmas etc) to warrant not to pay full price) and a computer that did go back up to full price (which I was surprised at, as I thought it would go up but perhaps not back up to full price), but in other cases it is factored in, certainly where Q fashion is concerned, some of the brands which I find overly excessive (Join (sorry if there are any 'Joinettes' in the forum), Yong Kim and H by Halston (I mean really who is going to purchase 2 basic T-shirts for nearly £40, I looked in my wardrobe I have similar from a well known shop (French for Good Shop) and they were just as soft and I could have bought about 8 for the price!

      No the old adage is true a bargain is only a bargain if you really needed the item in the first place. My dad has loads of 'bargains', (we do plenty of car-boot sales with all these 'bargains'!)
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      I'm inspired to move house, open a new bank account, register another email address and open a new Q account!


      Anyone want a 3 bed semi near the sea?

       

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