500GB Freecom Network Drive 10/100 LAN & USB2 External Hard Drive £80.49 @ Scan (Free delivery For AVF users otherwise £6.99) - HotUKDeals
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500GB Freecom Network Drive 10/100 LAN & USB2 External Hard Drive £80.49 @ Scan (Free delivery For AVF users otherwise £6.99)

£80.49 @ Scan
found this in there clearance section seems a decent price, AVforum users get free delivery. Otherwise delivery is £6.99 Read More
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7y, 5m agoFound 7 years, 5 months ago
found this in there clearance section seems a decent price,
AVforum users get free delivery.
Otherwise delivery is £6.99
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7y, 5m agoFound 7 years, 5 months ago
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#2


are you allowed to reference ebuyer stuff again?

also minimum delivery charge is £5.98

so if you manage to get the free delivery on scan this works out cheaper on the bottom 2, and some people would rather buy Freecom than Buffalo for the sake of £2-3 difference.
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liamis2cool;6825172
are you allowed to reference ebuyer stuff again?

also minimum delivery charge is £5.98

so if you manage to get the free delivery on scan this works out cheaper on the bottom 2, and some people would rather buy Freecom than Buffalo for the sake of £2-3 difference.

Yes and eBuyer's minimum delivery charge, for items that cost more than £50, is £0.00. Which makes all 3 cheaper than the Scan deal.
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Yes and eBuyer's minimum delivery charge for items that cost more than £50 is £0.00


well only reason i checked is when i went to checkout still said £5 never mind!
#5
I am a member of AV forums but how do I get free delivery at scan?

i.e. how do they know/how do I let them know?

Cheers

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