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Jeremy Clarkson "How hard can it be" Hardback £5.00 at Wh Smith

£5.00 @ WH Smith
Wh Smith is currently selling this book at £10 but you can get it for £5 instore using the printable £5 off £10 spend voucher Read More
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6y, 8m agoFound 6 years, 8 months ago
Wh Smith is currently selling this book at £10 but you can get it for £5 instore using the printable £5 off £10 spend voucher
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#1
Aww to be fair, the cold response isn't personal to you OP, it just shows how much Jeremy Clarkson is liked. ;)
#2
therealslimkaty
Aww to be fair, the cold response isn't personal to you OP, it just shows how much Jeremy Clarkson is liked. ;)

Well thanks for the vote of confidence,lol
#3
Voted HOT, regardless of if you like Clarkson, it's the best price available.

Voucher states on book OVER £10 but then goes on to say any Book £10 or over, anyone tried it on this book?
#4
Bloke
Voted HOT, regardless of if you like Clarkson, it's the best price available.Voucher states on book OVER £10 but then goes on to say any Book £10 or over, anyone tried it on this book?

yeah the voucher does work on books priced at £10, used it for Guiness book of records priced at £10
#5
:) Thanks lyndaloo will be buying this tomorrow
#6
I've found that the Smiths near me tend to price up their 'half price' books originally costing £20 as £9.99...I s'pose I could argue the toss that £9.99 ain't 'half price'! :)
#7
Krinkle
I've found that the Smiths near me tend to price up their 'half price' books originally costing £20 as £9.99...I s'pose I could argue the toss that £9.99 ain't 'half price'! :)

And why would you want to do that?
#8
Where is the voucher?
#9
theman_257
Where is the voucher?


click on the £5- voucher link at bottom of the post
#10
These work on £10 books-got Steven fry last month for £5 in same way.
#11
Ah.. a link to the voucheres
#12
Used to really hate this guy after his 'smell their fear' comment but now having watched Top Gear a bit and the other prog...meet The neighbours ? I kinda like him a bit better. He says what he pleases and I like that.
#13
lyndaloo - Sep 30, 2010 15:07
Krinkle
I've found that the Smiths near me tend to price up their 'half price' books originally costing £20 as £9.99...I s'pose I could argue the toss that £9.99 ain't 'half price'!


And why would you want to do that?

er, maybe because Kribkle wants to use the £5 off voucher, and as £9.99 is less, wont be able to, simple really.
#14
hes always a good read
but a bit like marmite
#15
£14 instore...
#16
Yep, £14 in three stores I've tried :( shame.

Picked up the new Ben Collins (Stig) book instead for £5.01 (1p for a bag lol) using the voucher.

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