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Donnay indoor table tennis table half price at sports direct £99.00 + £4.99 del

£99.00 @ Sports Direct
pretty good price if you're looking for a cheap table tennis table under £100 and Donnay (by experience) are a good quality make. For about £45 more you can get the indoor/outdoor one which has wheel… Read More
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11m, 1w agoFound 11 months, 1 week ago
pretty good price if you're looking for a cheap table tennis table under £100 and Donnay (by experience) are a good quality make.
For about £45 more you can get the indoor/outdoor one which has wheels also from sports direct.
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11m, 1w agoFound 11 months, 1 week ago
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#1
Donnay haven't been a 'good brand' for many years now. It's just another brand name now owned by sportsdirect...so cheap Chinese made stuff, over inflated RRP stickers and then artificially reduced.

I'm not saying this table won't be any good but just don't fool yourself into thinking it's worth any more than the sale price
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Uridium
Donnay haven't been a 'good brand' for many years now. It's just another brand name now owned by sportsdirect...so cheap Chinese made stuff, over inflated RRP stickers and then artificially reduced.
I'm not saying this table won't be any good but just don't fool yourself into thinking it's worth any more than the sale price

I remember when Donnay, Dunlop and Slazenger made quality tennis racquets, not any more.

Really wish sports direct didn't exist.
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Donnay WERE a 'good make'.

Then Mike Ashley happened.....

No brand (other than the 'Big 5-6') in SportsDirect are what they appear....
#4
Own brand junk from the British slave traders Sports Direct.
#5
Thanks to the age discrimatory and "apprenticeship" loophole, Sports Direct isn't the only place paying less than the real minimum wage, never mind the dreamland "living wage" that is talked about but no one actually gets.

Not to mention the auto enrolment into the pension scheme which happens everytime you start a new job/contract. It is made difficult and usually frowned upon to opt out. Then the bs tax codes that you have to sort out. For people on "apprenticeships", temporary contracts, agency staff, zero hours etc it is a minefield of exploitation.

It is emotionally, psychologically and physically draining. For people with poor numeracy, literacy and low confidence it is nearly impossible to get a fair days pay.

I often wonder, why do people continue to have children in this country?. Smoke and mirrors at every turn. Mind numbing tv, Jeremy Kyle or shows about "benefits scroungers" or evictions and reposessions passed off as entertainment. False news, pointless wars, incredibly difficult to get proper health care and housing, the list goes on.

It is disgusting what they SD have done, but they are an easy scape goat for people to sneer at. And thanks to SD existence, atleast almost anyone can afford to dress their kids in okay looking sports gear. Poor people used to have rely on markets for Ascot trainers...

"Current rates
These rates are for the National Living Wage and the National Minimum Wage from 1 April 2016.

25 and over:£7.20,
21 to 24:£6.70,
18 to 20:£5.30,
Under 18:£3.87,
Apprentice:£3.30.
April 2016 (current rate)
National Minimum Wage rates change every October. National Living Wage rates change every April.

Apprentices

Apprentices are entitled to the apprentice rate if they’re either:

aged under 19
aged 19 or over and in the first year of their apprenticeship
Example
An apprentice aged 22 in the first year of their apprenticeship is entitled to a minimum hourly rate of £3.30
#6
thabiz
Thanks to the age discrimatory and "apprenticeship" loophole, Sports Direct isn't the only place paying less than the real minimum wage, never mind the dreamland "living wage" that is talked about but no one actually gets.

Not to mention the auto enrolment into the pension scheme which happens everytime you start a new job/contract. It is made difficult and usually frowned upon to opt out. Then the bs tax codes that you have to sort out. For people on "apprenticeships", temporary contracts, agency staff, zero hours etc it is a minefield of exploitation.

It is emotionally, psychologically and physically draining. For people with poor numeracy, literacy and low confidence it is nearly impossible to get a fair days pay.

I often wonder, why do people continue to have children in this country?. Smoke and mirrors at every turn. Mind numbing tv, Jeremy Kyle or shows about "benefits scroungers" or evictions and reposessions passed off as entertainment. False news, pointless wars, incredibly difficult to get proper health care and housing, the list goes on.

It is disgusting what they SD have done, but they are an easy scape goat for people to sneer at. And thanks to SD existence, atleast almost anyone can afford to dress their kids in okay looking sports gear. Poor people used to have rely on markets for Ascot trainers...

"Current rates
These rates are for the National Living Wage and the National Minimum Wage from 1 April 2016.

25 and over:£7.20,
21 to 24:£6.70,
18 to 20:£5.30,
Under 18:£3.87,
Apprentice:£3.30.
April 2016 (current rate)
National Minimum Wage rates change every October. National Living Wage rates change every April.

Apprentices

Apprentices are entitled to the apprentice rate if they’re either:

aged under 19
aged 19 or over and in the first year of their apprenticeship
Example
An apprentice aged 22 in the first year of their apprenticeship is entitled to a minimum hourly rate of £3.30


blimey, someone's full of happiness lol!

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