Currys’ price lock helps you afford the tech you need this summer


ou don’t have to look too far past the headlines to notice that we’re all feeling the pinch these days.

Rising inflation and the Ukraine conflict is having a knock-on effect making things are much more expensive. The cost of living crisis is here.

While you may be looking to save pounds wherever possible, there are ways to make your money work harder for you. When it comes to essential tech for the home, Currys helpful summer inflation busters has your back.

The electronics retailer has unveiled a number of measures to help you afford the tech you need. It’s giving customers a helping hand in all sorts of ways, from 12 month flexible credit, to rewarding you for recycling your unwanted tech with money-off vouchers. Currys knows now more than ever before, shoppers are ravenous for a great deal.

Another clever way it’s helping cash-strapped customers is by rolling back prices on traditionally expensive things like TVs, iPhones, computing and gaming, as well as household appliances like washing machines, dishwashers and fridge freezers – in some cases with RRPs less than 2021’s lowest prices (yes, really!).

We’ve picked some of these inflation-busting offers below to give you a peek into Currys’ price lock deals.


How does a saving of £150 sound? Music to your ears? Thought so. That’s how much you can wipe off the usual price of this high performance double door LG fridge freezer, which usually costs £999.

It’s come down to £849 thanks to Currys’ summer inflation-busting offers, and if that’s too high a lump sum to fork out, zero per cent interest flexible credit means you only need to pay £32.61 a month for 12 months. Packed with drawers and shelves to organise the weekly shop, it also features a liquid dispenser for cold water on demand.

£849 | Currys


Sweep up on the savings on this powerful VAX vacuum, which gives you 45min of cord-free run time from a single full charge. It’ll clean floors from one room to another seamlessly, and for those caked-on stains you can engage the Boost Mode to give it some welly.

Right now, it’s less than 2021’s lowest ever price for this product (£179.99), and has gone down to £169. That’s a whole tenner cheaper than last year’s price, a decent saving on a product that’s always so high in demand.

£169 | Currys


Warm and comforting, there’s nothing like a slice of hot toast with lashings of butter to start the day. Grundig’s four-slice toaster offers a selection of browning levels, so you’ll always get your preferred shade, no matter how fussy the members of your household.

It also comes in a black colour option, and is now cheaper than last year’s lowest ever price of £39.99. It’s currently £29.99 thanks to Currys’ price lock promise.

£29.99 | Currys


How do you take your coffee in the morning? If it’s cheaper and cheerful, head to Currys where the price of Tassimo’s Coffee Machine has plummeted to £29, down from £34.99.

Who needs a barista when you’ve got this gizmo? It employs Intellibrew technology to ensures your cuppa has the Goldilocks-balance of aroma and taste. And with more than 50 varieties of coffee and hot drink discs to choose from, you can have a taste of something different without needing to remortgage the house.

£29 | Currys


If your tired microwave isn’t cutting it anymore, now’s the time to invest in a new model for less than you’d think. Kenwood’s solo microwave offers eight pre-programmed auto cooking functions and can hold up to 25L. It runs on 900W, enough to warm through leftovers or get a ready meal on your table faster on busy weeknights.

Currently priced £170, Currys has price locked this kitchen essential lower than 2021’s cheapest price of £99.99. You can now get it for just £94.99! That’s an astonishing saving of £75.01.

£94.99 | Currys

Head to Currys PC World to learn more about their price lock deals.

For full Ts&Cs and more great deals on household essentials visit Currys PC World and find out how you can save.


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