You Can Save Money When Shopping at Curry’s by Using Currys Discount Codes

Currys (currys.co.uk) Currys are UK’s foremost electrical retailer. With Curry’s you can Shop online for the best deals on everything from Washing Machines and Dishwashers to Sat Navs and Cameras.

Appliances are a necessity in life but that isn’t an excuse for you to have to pay a lot of money for them. It may surprise you to learn that the high prices don’t come from the manufacturers. They are the result of mark ups from the retailers. This is how Currys is able to offer you the same top brand appliances that other places offer but at a price that is considerably lower.

You can save money when shopping at Curry’s by using Currys Discount Codes.

The kitchen is a location where you may be spending lots of time. Making great meals can be faster and even fun though when you have the right appliances on your side. You can give your entire kitchen a great make over too with a new stove, refrigerator, and dishwasher. If you like to buy items in bulk to save money then a freezer may be the one appliance you can really benefit from right now.

The first Currys was opened by Charles Kalms in Southend as a photographic studio in 1937. The business flourished during the Second World War, as there was much demand for photographic services and family portraits. By the end of the war Kalms had opened seven more studios in the London area. Unfortunately for Kalms, the demands for portrait services decreased considerably after the war, and he was forced to close all but one studio in Edgware, North London. There are now more than 30 stores across the United Kingdom and more than 7,000 staff working for DSGI.

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Strand Store Spearheads Co-operative Expansion Plans

The Co-operative Group now has a food store in every UK postal area after unwrapping a flagship store in the Strand, London WC2.

The opening of the £1 million convenience store in central London marks a major milestone for the consumer-owned retailer and emphasises its unique community reach.

The Co-operative’s Strand store is also believed to be the first convenience store in the UK to be 100 per cent illuminated by innovative energy-saving LED lighting, which saves at least 35 per cent on lighting energy consumption. Along with general store lighting all fridges, freezers and external signage use Philips LED lighting technology.

Protecting the environment by reducing energy consumption is a key element of The Co-operative’s Ethical Operating Plan, which is part of their Join the Revolution campaign and includes the toughest carbon reduction targets of any major business in the UK.

The flagship store, which is open 24 hours, is spearheading The Co-operative’s ambitious plans to open more than 300 food outlets over the next three years, creating around 7,000 jobs.

The expansion plans include a renewed focus on stores in city centre locations, including the capital, where The Co-operative is looking to increase its presence.

Following the acquisition of the Somerfield supermarket chain in March 2009, The Co-operative Food is already the UK’s fifth largest food retailer with nearly 3,000 local communities stores nationwide.

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