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Old 10-06-2006, 3:07 AM
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We never know what comes in untill it arrives.
We have a good selection of mobiles but nothing really new like Razors.
I cant say whats in stock here, it changes day to day, just pop in and see!
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Hi, I'm trying to source Zapf creation pallets of doll stock..baby annabell, baby born, chou chou etc. Are these in stock regularly at Walsall? Can I buy complete raw pallets for sorting?
would be much obliged for any info

Sorry ..forgot to mention, it is ex argos zapf creation stock I;m looking for. dooohhh!! I've been buying it from middle men in Midlands area, but need to source it direct as I'm paying way too much

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Old 19-06-2006, 12:36 PM
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Addresses and 'phone numbers for both stores at this link:

http://www.clearancebargains.co.uk/
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Does anyone know the opening times?
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Old 31-08-2006, 10:43 AM
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I 'think' Walsall one is open until at least 7 (or 8)
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Old 22-10-2006, 5:44 PM
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Does anyone know the opening times?
Not sure the exact Opening times, but went for the first time today and noticed that it closes at 6pm Monday thru Wednesday, closes later Thursday & Friday at 8pm. As for weekend openings, not sure of closing time on Saturday, but definitely store times are 10am-4pm on a Sunday.

I presume besides Sunday the store would open at 9am. Hope this slightly sketchy information is at least of some help!, just dont go there after 6pm Monday to Wednesday! And perhaps someone else can confirm store opening time Monday to Saturday, as well as store closing time on a Saturday?

We were more interested to be honest with work hours knowing which evenings we could make it to the store (Thurs & Fri)
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Old 23-10-2006, 9:21 PM
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do they have a website for this warehouse?
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do they have a website for this warehouse?
Here you go mate.........

http://www.clearancebargains.co.uk/

One item to remember, items are EXCLUDED from the 16 day guarentee, and any returns can only be made to a clearance bargain warehouse NOT to a normal Argos store.... That has put me off buying a couple of expensive items here.

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does any one have a phone number for this walsall branch??? maybe you'll find it on the reciept.

Just found your questions answered here;-

http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/....html?t=250034

http://www.clearancebargains.co.uk
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do mobile phones come up? Any rough ideas of prices on latest deals etc? just so can see wat to expect

i know they stock mobile phones in the corby, the prices are fairly cheap but not as cheap as they could be :-)

they're under the counter on the far side as you walk in the door though because otherwise someone would pinch them all (like they did with those netmd players!)
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Old 20-05-2007, 2:32 PM
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Default Argos Clearance Bargains

There is also a branch of Clearance Bargains in Corby, Northamptonshire. All of the stock is brand new (12 month guarantee) and is simply items no longer in the catalogue when it's updated. This week. for example, there are cookers, camping gear such as tents and sleeping bags, hundreds of toys, mobiles, digital cameras, leather sofas, bedlinen and tables. If you don't mind last season's colours you're well in.

There is a website http://www.clearancebargains.co.uk/

Corby Clearance Bargains
Cronin Road
Weldon South Industrial Estate
Corby
Northants
NN18 8AG
Tel: 01536 209280

Walsall Clearance Bargains
Jerome Retail Park
Walsall
West Mids
WS1 3QB
Tel: 01922 748800
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Old 30-06-2007, 3:45 PM
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Default Clearance bargains also on ebay

Clearance bargains are also selling stuff through an Ebay shop.

http://stores.ebay.co.uk/Clearance-Bargains
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Ive just brought a dvd camcorder from their ebay shop, had the same one in their clearance bargins store in corby, but was still cheaper via their ebay site, cant collect from their ebay debt in person but delivery is not too expensive and its a really quick delivery service...one well chuffed shopper lol Fantastic for kids toys really really cheap and excellent for the bargin hunters around xmas time. If you go in store and see something youd like to buy, my advice is buy it when you see it! the cheap bargins sell out quickly. chances are by the time you have made your mind up to purchase another day it will be gone.......
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Ive just brought a dvd camcorder from their ebay shop, had the same one in their clearance bargins store in corby, but was still cheaper via their ebay site, cant collect from their ebay debt in person but delivery is not too expensive and its a really quick delivery service...one well chuffed shopper lol Fantastic for kids toys really really cheap and excellent for the bargin hunters around xmas time. If you go in store and see something youd like to buy, my advice is buy it when you see it! the cheap bargins sell out quickly. chances are by the time you have made your mind up to purchase another day it will be gone.......
Ooh thanks i've never heard of that ebay shop before, do you know if the prices shoot up closer to the end of auction? i'm watching about 10 at the moment all are at 99p, i just wondered what a decent amount would be to give up bidding
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Check the completed auctions for this seller to give you an idea of final prices.
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Do the items described as brand new come in perfect original packaging - suitable for presents.
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Ooh thanks i've never heard of that ebay shop before, do you know if the prices shoot up closer to the end of auction? i'm watching about 10 at the moment all are at 99p, i just wondered what a decent amount would be to give up bidding
They are all reasonably priced and often cheaper than in their warehouse. If you are bidding on auction just look at their history of sales and youll get an idea of what people are bidding up too. They do a lot of buy it now stuff on ebay too.
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Old 11-07-2007, 11:01 AM
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can u use argos vouchers here?
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Hi

Is it far off the M6 motorway ?
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Is it far off the M6 motorway ?
The Walsall one is about 10 mins from either Junction 9 or Junction 10 of the m6.
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