Corn on the Cob Holders, Set of 6 - £3.00 Delivered @ John Lewis - HotUKDeals
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A pack of 6x stainless steel corn on the cob holders with bamboo handles.
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#1
I don't consider this a deal - they are a full price item.
I think we could post anything from John Lewis, or indeed any shop, that was less than a tenner and took our fancy.
Voted cold as not a hot deal I am afraid.
#2
shopaholic;2043604
I don't consider this a deal - they are a full price item.
I think we could post anything from John Lewis, or indeed any shop, that was less than a tenner and took our fancy.
Voted cold as not a hot deal I am afraid.

That is your opinion shopaholic, and of course you are perfectly entitled to it, I still think it’s a good deal though, but hey maybe I'm wrong.
#3
they look like just forkes
banned#4
Katie Greggs
they look like just forkes


The word you are looking for is "forks".

They're nothing like forks anyway.
#5
I have just bought these, they look great... for £3 DELIVERED that's a bargain ... thanks
VOTED HOT :thumbsup:
#6
andybradley99;2044148
The word you are looking for is "forks".

They're nothing like forks anyway.


no he meant 4 candles
#7
sale
That is your opinion shopaholic, and of course you are perfectly entitled to it, I still think it’s a good deal though, but hey maybe I'm wrong.


It is a fact that it is not a deal - it is a full priced item in a shop.

It is your opinion that it is a deal. :)
It may be a good price for them, but the fact remains that it is not a deal. A deal would be if they were reduced to £1.50 :)
#8
shopaholic
It is a fact that it is not a deal - it is a full priced item in a shop.

It is your opinion that it is a deal. :)
It may be a good price for them, but the fact remains that it is not a deal. A deal would be if they were reduced to £1.50 :)


I disagree - something doesn't have to be necessarily reduced to qualify as a deal. Maybe an item is at a 'normal' price and that price is double everywhere else - is that not a deal?
#9
whizzkid
I disagree - something doesn't have to be necessarily reduced to qualify as a deal. Maybe an item is at a 'normal' price and that price is double everywhere else - is that not a deal?

I agree!

For me a deal is a deal when its good value, not whether or not its reduced!

E.G. a full priced HD TV @ £20 not reduced is much more of a deal than the same HD TV reduced from £1000 to £998!

Does that get explain the point enough ?

:whistling:
#10
P.S. Heat!

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