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While we try our best at VoucherSlug.co.uk to display only up-to-date and working voucher codes and offers, occasionally some codes may slip the net. We have over 25,000 voucher codes displayed on our website at any one time, so there is no real way of manually checking every single code before adding it to our website. Some voucher codes have their own conditions, such as they may only be redeemed against particular products or ranges. More information on each voucher's terms and conditions can be found on the page of the store's own website.
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Sometimes it can be difficult to spot the deals that stores have on their websites. If we think you will benefit from a deal from any store, we will display the deal alongside any voucher codes for that store. Such deals include Free Delivery normally if you spend a minimum amount, or price reductions on selected products or ranges. To activate a deal on the VoucherSlug.co.uk website all you need to do is click on the deal title or button, and our website will take care of the rest. On occasions you may also see the deal highlighted on the store's own website. Many retailers offer newsletters that show all of their current deals so we recommend you sign up to these so that you don't miss out.
More information on Argos
The History of Argos
Produced in 1973, Argos has produced a 700-store retail empire in Britain and Ireland. Considering those numbers, it is probably not a surprise to say that Argos is the UK's leading electronic retailer, providing more than 33,000 goods at www.argos.co.uk
According to reviews, more and more of its shoppers are purchasing goods through their developing mobile routes, outlets, through the telephone and via the Argos website. Argos publishes catalogues twice a year (a spring/summer edition in January and an autumn/winter edition in July). Current editions have well over 1500 pages containing photographs of items, brief descriptions, prices and a catalogue number. Store copies are almost identical to home versions except for being ring-bound with individually laminated pages. The in-store shopping process involves completing a small order form with the catalogue number(s) of the desired item(s). Argos provides unusually short blue pencils in stores for this purpose, to discourage theft. The order form is taken to the checkout and the items paid for, then the customer is given a receipt which indicates where they should wait for their items to be brought to them from the storeroom. On handover of the goods, the receipt is stamped by the store received" so it cannot be re-used. Catalogues are complemented by seasonal sales flyers