In a Nutshell
- Adult lifestyle online shop
- £45 voucher towards any item at Pabo.com
- Featuring lingerie, menswear, plus-size items
- Also valid towards gadgets, duvet sets, perfumes, adult toys
- Valentine's gift idea
Pabo.com offers a wide range on intimate lifestyle products for women and men. This £45 voucher could cover a
bra set, or some
silky nightwear. Alternatively it could be put towards
designer underwear from the likes of Dita Von Teese, or a
playful costume. The queen size range is designed to celebrate curves, and there are also ranges for men. Pabo.com also sells gifts such as perfume, adult toys, and fashion basics.
*Today's Groupon offers a £45 voucher to spend at Pabo.com for £19.
See here for merchant’s returns information
The Fine Print
Purchase: Limit 1 per person.
Further information: Voucher must be used in one transaction. Remaining balance will not be refunded. Any spend over £45 must be paid in full. Voucher cannot be used for delivery costs. Returns do not incur any additional charge. For terms and conditions see http://tinyurl.com/pabo-terms. By purchasing a Groupon, you are purchasing a voucher for the underlying products or services described above. Orders fulfilled by Pabo. For queries contact email@example.com.
Original value: Checked on 17 Jan 14.
See the rules that apply to all deals.
Delivery: Allow 4 working days via Royal Mail. Signature required. UK only. Free for orders £35 or over. For orders below £35, delivery costs £4.29. Once Groupon code has been activated, order changes may result in free delivery being removed. If this occurs, please contact Pabo to arrange a refund of delivery costs.
Using your Groupon: 1. Create your account at http://www.pabo.com/&aff=7234&utm_source=groupon&utm_medium=voucher. 2. Add products to your basket. 3. Go to Shopping Basket and scroll down. 4. Click Promotion, Voucher or Deal Code. 5. Enter and activate your Groupon code. 6. Pay any balance by card or Paypal. 7. Groupon must be used by 23 Mar 2014.
For more on Groupon Goods, pricing and delivery, see the FAQ. How is the strike-through price determined?