15% off C60 Tridents for 5 days only

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15% off C60 Tridents for 5 days only

Post by Thegreyman » Thu Feb 21, 2019 12:41 pm

For five days only we are offering 15% off the entire C60 Trident Collection until midnight on Monday 25 February*.

Simply enter TRIDENT15 in the promo code box at checkout to apply the saving.

*Valid until midnight 25 February 2019 on all C60 Trident watches including Limited Editions and preorders. Enter code TRIDENT15 in the “promo code” box at checkout to apply the saving. Excludes all C65 Trident watches and clearance, sale, and nearly new watches. T&Cs apply, see our website for details.
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Re: 15% off C60 Tridents for 5 days only

Post by Jcalder68 » Thu Feb 21, 2019 9:36 pm

...and someone is already “selling” these codes on eBay!

Just done a search for “Christopher Ward” and two listings for these codes have come up. One seller is charging £5.00 to send them to you via email, the other at least has the courtesy to offer them free if you look at his listing images.

Add to that the fact that codes are freely available to all through a brief search on the CW website itself, I just don’t get some people...

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Re: 15% off C60 Tridents for 5 days only

Post by Amor Vincit Omnia » Fri Feb 22, 2019 8:36 am

He hasn’t gone. He’s just moved his operations to eBay.

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