Bigpockets.co.uk Penny Sale Now On - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HUKD app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
-29Expired

Bigpockets.co.uk Penny Sale Now On

itxweather Avatar
8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago
Bigpockets.co.uk Penny Sale Now On

Cshell CD/DVD Case - clear pack (10 Pack) @ 2p each
Hamburger/ Ham Sandwich CD 24 Case @ 5p each
Beehive Plastic Tub holds 25 Discs @ 1p each
Memorex Energy Super Heavy Duty 'C' Batteries (Pack of 4) @ 50p each

Plus more

Quite a few good buys IMHO not sure about the chocolate and toffee covered insects though

Remember to add something from the Free Shipping section in order to receive free shipping on your entire order

http://www.bigpockets.co.uk/free_delivery.php
More From Big pockets:
×
Get the Hottest Deals Daily
Stay informed. Once a day, we'll send you the deals our members voted as the best.
Failed
itxweather Avatar
8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago
Options

All Comments

(20) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
#1
so what on the deal is worth the money? as i would not give you apenny for any of it and how about the postage if you aint ordering any free dev stuff
#2
cheapest item taht had free delivery was a ugly cd case for 6.99
#3
i just bought all the edibles .. £1.55p for items and £3.49 postage , all the edibles are on edible .com for mega prices the thai crocodile curry alone is £15 on there
now to find a way to get the old man to eat them ! :)
#4
Big pockets behaves like those flebay seller where the item cost is less and you pay everything in postage.
banned#5
i think big pockets should get banned from hotuk deals just because of postage costs
#6
button_moon
i just bought all the edibles .. £1.55p for items and £3.49 postage , all the edibles are on edible .com for mega prices the thai crocodile curry alone is £15 on there
now to find a way to get the old man to eat them ! :)


Are you alright? :?
#7
they post by courier, how much do expect them to charge?
#8
This deal isnt too bad - a fiver plus change inc delivery for a meal of edibles. Worth it just for a laugh. As earlier poster said croc curry is £15 alone on the edibles site. I guess theyre coming to end of sell by but makes no difference if youre trying them out for fun. £5 for an evenings entertainment. :thumbsup:
#9
Skip fodder and sick bag fillers.
#10
I think bigpocket offer brilliant bargain.. u cant have low prices and free shipping too!!!.. just doesnt work.. They have had cracking deals.. good service and brilliant communication in the past.. and I dont really rate websites that easily!!! Give a website its due... right they r probably the only ones tht mention exactly how long warranty is and even though most of their products are brand new, they mention "maybe used or open"... I think most people just vote cld for bigpockets because of some personal issue!!! Or they will say its Bgrade or refurbished... or soemthing.. !!!

anyway i dont find this deal particularly hot, so not voting
#11
crispwarez
i think big pockets should get banned from hotuk deals just because of postage costs


A lot of people dont have a clue about how much it costs to ship items. My company send out hundred items a day and get changed £3.75 a standard pacel rate through a courier, would be £4 through royal mail contract and over the counter be £4.75 and thats just shipping taking packaging, packing time and man power they change what it should be,. I charge exactly the same.

Yes play and others have tailored contracts and can offer free delivery. Plays Royal Mail contract is vert specific and tights and they have to ensure an amount of parcels a day they have to be within a volume.

Amazon charge you under £15, Currys change you £5 for a small item and upto £46 for a large. Argos charge you about a fiver as well. So whats wrong with Big Pockets charges then they are considerably smaller than all these others I mentioned.
#12
The 512MB Pro Duo cards are at a pretty good price, even when the P&P is thrown in.
#13
i think it's great i got nearly everything on the list as thought the choc ants etc will make great stocking fillers even with the postage costs i put loads in and it only came to £10
#14
guv
Absolute tat in this "sale".


well tell that to people who walk into PC world and likes and spend £30 for Cd cases!!! One mans garbage is another mans treasure!! :)
#15
Kankan101
A lot of people dont have a clue about how much it costs to ship items. My company send out hundred items a day and get changed £3.75 a standard pacel rate through a courier, would be £4 through royal mail contract and over the counter be £4.75 and thats just shipping taking packaging, packing time and man power they change what it should be,. I charge exactly the same.

Yes play and others have tailored contracts and can offer free delivery. Plays Royal Mail contract is vert specific and tights and they have to ensure an amount of parcels a day they have to be within a volume.

Amazon charge you under £15, Currys change you £5 for a small item and upto £46 for a large. Argos charge you about a fiver as well. So whats wrong with Big Pockets charges then they are considerably smaller than all these others I mentioned.




EDIBLE018 Wild Black Vanilla Pod
(Max Qty: 1) £0.02 £0.02
Shipping £2.49

XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX


CSE2300 Cshell CD/DVD Case - clear pack (10 Pack) £0.02 £0.02

EDIBLE018 Wild Black Vanilla Pod

Shipping £4.49

XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

DRA1005 Ritek 5.2GB Double Sided Cartridged DVD-RAM (Single) £0.01 £0.01

CSE2300 Cshell CD/DVD Case - clear pack (10 Pack) £0.02 £0.02

EDIBLE018 Wild Black Vanilla Pod
(Max Qty: 1) £0.02 £0.02

Sub total (ex vat): £0.04
Vat: £0.01
Basket total: £0.05
Total Weight: 760 g

Shipping £5.99

That’s what people don’t like shipping goes up even when the item added is light:whistling:
The vanilla pod is the only thing worth having but I can only order 1 @ a time:x
#16
crispwarez;2681537
i think big pockets should get banned from hotuk deals just because of postage costs


How about Aria then - who charge £7 delivery for almost all small items ? I'm no fan of Bigpockets but TBH, their delivery charge is cheaper than many other sites :)

Delivery charge looks silly esp with their penny prices.
1 Like #17
Geemac
EDIBLE018 Wild Black Vanilla Pod
(Max Qty: 1) £0.02 £0.02
Shipping £2.49

XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX


CSE2300 Cshell CD/DVD Case - clear pack (10 Pack) £0.02 £0.02

EDIBLE018 Wild Black Vanilla Pod

Shipping £4.49

XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

DRA1005 Ritek 5.2GB Double Sided Cartridged DVD-RAM (Single) £0.01 £0.01

CSE2300 Cshell CD/DVD Case - clear pack (10 Pack) £0.02 £0.02

EDIBLE018 Wild Black Vanilla Pod
(Max Qty: 1) £0.02 £0.02

Sub total (ex vat): £0.04
Vat: £0.01
Basket total: £0.05
Total Weight: 760 g

Shipping £5.99

That’s what people don’t like shipping goes up even when the item added is light:whistling:
The vanilla pod is the only thing worth having but I can only order 1 @ a time:x


Yeah and your point ?

your 1st one, no weight no cubic volume

your 2nd one, No weight but cubic volume

your 3rd one has weight and cubic volume

Seems pretty clear and stright forward to me.
Shipping isnt done by weight alone anymore it's volume that counts, how big it is costs more through couriers than how heavy it is. in your 3 examples you've increase all every time.

Thats why I pay over £3 for an item I know would cost £1 to send, knowing that I can send a £6 item and get charged £3.
#18
right so let me get this straight.. you guys want PENNY prices and No Postage/cheap Postage.. ok.... get real guys!!!

Just order the cheapest free postage item and be done with it!!

Good point Kankan... well made!!
#19
Kankan101
Yeah and your point ?

your 1st one, no weight no cubic volume

your 2nd one, No weight but cubic volume

your 3rd one has weight and cubic volume

Seems pretty clear and stright forward to me.
Shipping isnt done by weight alone anymore it's volume that counts, how big it is costs more through couriers than how heavy it is. in your 3 examples you've increase all every time.

Thats why I pay over £3 for an item I know would cost £1 to send, knowing that I can send a £6 item and get charged £3.



The 3 items chosen do not rate a postage charge of £6.00 I will not be convinced otherwise also why restrict the order to only 1 Vanilla Pod and some of the other items have restrictions on the amount you can order:x
#20
unileeds
right so let me get this straight.. you guys want PENNY prices and No Postage/cheap Postage.. ok.... get real guys!!!

Just order the cheapest free postage item and be done with it!!

Good point Kankan... well made!!


Thats not what was said read all the posts:p

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!