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Information about the Comet Aberdeen Electrical Store at the Beach Boulevard Retail Park
Comet Aberdeen is conveniently located at the Aberdeen Beach Boulevard. Parking is free and there are dedicated disabled parking spaces.
With car parking being right outside the Comet shop it is handy for getting heavy and large items to your car, though you could make use of the Comet website at www.comet.co.uk and shop online and have items delivered direct to your home.
Free delivery is available on many of the Comet products and discounted prices and offers are available when you buy via the internet site. This is particularly handy for larger items like fridge freezers, TVs and washing machines.
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The website also offers the facility to browse by price range, popularity and by brand. So comparing prices and getting the best deal should please many an Aberdonian! One feature of the website I like to use is the refine your search as I compare various prices. I used this recently to buy a digital camera and saved about £40 compared to other local and internet shops.
Another useful section is the Comet Clearance Auctions where returned but usable and ex shop model items are for sale at greatly reduced prices. Some may have a mark or a dent but are perfectly workable and still have a years guarantee. Savings running from tens to hundreds of pounds can be made if you don't mind a wee mark on a bargain priced camcorder, dishwasher, vacuum cleaner, plasma screen TV and many more electrical items.
Comet Electrical Store Aberdeen
Comet Electrical Store Aberdeen can be found between Pagazzi and MFI and the Beach Boulevard Shopping Centre.
There are some doors to negotiate to get in and out of the store which includes a security area which should not prove difficult for wheelchair users on their own because the doors are automatic and wide. There are instore use wheelchairs located on the right of the second interior automatic door. Once in the store there is plenty of room to move around the aisles. Comet Aberdeen is all on the ground floor and is broken into section of computers and laptops with accessories, audio, visual, home entertainment, kitchen electrical appliances and washing and drier machines.
There are no customer toilets at Comets Aberdeen, but there are some by the cafeteria at Asda which is in the same shopping complex.
The beach seafront is a short walk away or turn right out of the Comet Aberdeen car park and take the first left to get to another closer free car park.
Electrical items come with a year guarantee with the option to upgrade to a five year guarantee either in the Comet Aberdeen shop or the online store. Dyson cleaners automatically come with a five year guarantee.
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