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Kingston DataTraveler 100 16GB USB Flash Drive only £13.99!!

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Kingston DataTraveler 100 16GB USB Flash Drive only £13.99 they are never this cheap! Grab yourself a bargain the next cheapest 16gb flashdrive is around £17.99 It also offers good speed and data… Read More
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Kingston DataTraveler 100 16GB USB Flash Drive only £13.99 they are never this cheap! Grab yourself a bargain the next cheapest 16gb flashdrive is around £17.99

It also offers good speed and data transfer for those that are asking!

Kingston DataTraveler 100 USB flash drive
16 GB capacity
Hi-speed USB interface
Dimensions: 2.2cm (W) x 5.9cm (D) x 0.9cm (H)
Manufacturer Warranty: 5 years warranty
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1 Like #1
People please ad rep aswell as heat i hope to be posting more deals as i spot them!
#2
shipping @ £4.99 should be included in price
#3
These are nice keys by a good manufacturer but plus £4.99 shipping. so thats £18.98 in all. not such a good deal.
#4
Looking at the headline - 16gig for 13.99 and seeing the heat is -41 something did not compute! Not too bad even with postage but not a roasting hot deal at all.
#5
markyb121
People please ad rep aswell as heat i hope to be posting more deals as i spot them!
dont rep for beg, funnily enough you wont get it anyway.. not that beggars deserve any.
only a couple of pence cheaper than other places

Edited By: brilly on Aug 25, 2010 08:40: .
#6
brilly
markyb121
People please ad rep aswell as heat i hope to be posting more deals as i spot them!

dont rep for beg, funnily enough you wont get it anyway.. not that beggars deserve any.
only a couple of pence cheaper than other places


Yeah, don't rep for beg...
#7
These are not sold by Amazon so can't be posted unfortunately.
#8
Find a deal, earn your rep and you may be lucky. Beg for it, find a mediocre deal and ...
#9
southwell65
These are not sold by Amazon so can't be posted unfortunately.
they can now - unfortunately noone actually bothered to clarify so everyone knew the situation.
think i have seen that vendors with a shop which is in the hotdeals vendor list (not sure how they can prove its the same vendor) or anything fulfilled by amazon are allowed.
not certain though and this is the sort of thing that should be cleared up to stop confusion.

Edited By: brilly on Aug 25, 2010 08:48: felt like it
1 Like #10
Ah sorry peeps, didnt realise the etique was not to ask for rep, it defo used to be at one point.
Also didnt realise deal needed P&P doh!
1 Like #11
It's not fulfilled by Amazon, so therefore it's a 'marketplace seller' and not allowed.

That's been the case for ages has it not, and the only change is we're now seeing shops with ebay outlets and ebay deals of the day?
#12
mac_d
It's not fulfilled by Amazon, so therefore it's a 'marketplace seller' and not allowed.

That's been the case for ages has it not, and the only change is we're now seeing shops with ebay outlets and ebay deals of the day?


+1

It's a marketplace seller and not allowed.

Loads of chat on this post about the pro's and con's of asking a person to leave rep...

I don't think that there is a facility to do this any more.
#13
southwell65
mac_d
It's not fulfilled by Amazon, so therefore it's a 'marketplace seller' and not allowed.That's been the case for ages has it not, and the only change is we're now seeing shops with ebay outlets and ebay deals of the day?
+1It's a marketplace seller and not allowed.Loads of chat on this post about the pro's and con's of asking a person to leave rep...I don't think that there is a facility to do this any more.
the vendor has an entry in hukd list so is allowed
#14
brilly
southwell65
mac_d
It's not fulfilled by Amazon, so therefore it's a 'marketplace seller' and not allowed.That's been the case for ages has it not, and the only change is we're now seeing shops with ebay outlets and ebay deals of the day?
+1It's a marketplace seller and not allowed.Loads of chat on this post about the pro's and con's of asking a person to leave rep...I don't think that there is a facility to do this any more.

the vendor has an entry in hukd list so is allowed


Link?
#15
try search or trawl - been mentioned a few times but as i say its not stated clearly enough for all to see
#16
brilly
try search or trawl - been mentioned a few times but as i say its not stated clearly enough for all to see


So the vendor doesn't have an entry in the HUKD list, is there even such a thing as an approved vendor list?

A mention in a few random posts isn't really very useful nor does it mean anything.

If it's not sold by Amazon or fulfilled by Amazon then it's not permitted as already very helpfully stated by mac_d.

There are some deals posted for picstop but they are directly linked to their website.

Same Memory Stick on Picstop Website

One reason that you can't post deals like this through Amazon is that anyone can post items for sale on Amazon and then post here for sale...




Edited By: southwell65 on Aug 25, 2010 12:06: More info...
#17
Ah ic thanks for the up!
#18
brilly
the vendor has an entry in hukd list so is allowed
I'm pretty sure the only established rule is that you cannot use marketplace sellers (Amazon or Play). There is no such thing as an approved vendor list, you can specify/add your own merchant when you submit a deal, so just because someone has done this for a marketplace seller doesn't necessarily mean that it's ok. It seems to be a pretty simple rule, not sure why you've got the impression that there is any dubiety about it?

Isn't this after all why the deal has been expired, and stayed that way - marketplace seller = not allowed?


Edited By: mac_d on Aug 25, 2010 18:00: .
[admin]#19
This vendor is fine and the deal has been unexpired.

There is no "approved vendor" list per se, if the seller on Amazon has already been approved for listing on hotukdeals (For example, mymemory, toyshop/theentertainer, french connection, schuh etc) then we allow their amazon and / or ebay listings.
#20
Ok well there you go you are spot on brilly. You are even right about it not being very clear!
#21
juliet_bravo
This vendor is fine and the deal has been unexpired.

There is no "approved vendor" list per se, if the seller on Amazon has already been approved for listing on hotukdeals (For example, mymemory, toyshop/theentertainer, french connection, schuh etc) then we allow their amazon and / or ebay listings.



So there was a pretty simple rule per se, but now it's kind of out there floating in the ether.

How do we decide what we can and can't post from Amazon.

If it has already been posted and not removed does that make the post permissible?

If it's not already posted before who do we go to for verification as there are hundreds of companies selling through Amazon just like mymemory, toyshop/theentertainer, french connection, schuh etc.
#22
I agree with you southwell65, it just seems to make the question of vendors selling via outlets other than their own unnecessarily murky. The rule was there to stop just anyone being able to sell via a marketplace so it's understandable why the examples mentioned might be different, but it just causes confusion.

A clear set of rules somewhere prominent on the site would help!
#23
southwell65
juliet_bravo
This vendor is fine and the deal has been unexpired.There is no "approved vendor" list per se, if the seller on Amazon has already been approved for listing on hotukdeals (For example, mymemory, toyshop/theentertainer, french connection, schuh etc) then we allow their amazon and / or ebay listings.
So there was a pretty simple rule per se, but now it's kind of out there floating in the ether. How do we decide what we can and can't post from Amazon. If it has already been posted and not removed does that make the post permissible? If it's not already posted before who do we go to for verification as there are hundreds of companies selling through Amazon just like mymemory, toyshop/theentertainer, french connection, schuh etc.
deciding what can be posted is 'easy'
as i already said above and as juliet_bravo confirmed check the vendor on marketplace has an entry on the normal hotdeals list - if it does then you can post it. (who checks that marketplace is actually real outlet i dunno)
also if its fulfilled by amazon you can post it.
thats the rule for now, if it changes then expect to be informed in a clear manner as you were about this one.
#24
brilly
southwell65
juliet_bravo
This vendor is fine and the deal has been unexpired.There is no "approved vendor" list per se, if the seller on Amazon has already been approved for listing on hotukdeals (For example, mymemory, toyshop/theentertainer, french connection, schuh etc) then we allow their amazon and / or ebay listings.
So there was a pretty simple rule per se, but now it's kind of out there floating in the ether. How do we decide what we can and can't post from Amazon. If it has already been posted and not removed does that make the post permissible? If it's not already posted before who do we go to for verification as there are hundreds of companies selling through Amazon just like mymemory, toyshop/theentertainer, french connection, schuh etc.

deciding what can be posted is 'easy'
as i already said above and as juliet_bravo confirmed check the vendor on marketplace has an entry on the normal hotdeals list - if it does then you can post it. (who checks that marketplace is actually real outlet i dunno)
also if its fulfilled by amazon you can post it.
thats the rule for now, if it changes then expect to be informed in a clear manner as you were about this one.


What if the vendor has never been posted before but have their own website? Who decides?

The marketplace sellers that are permitted all have their own websites, why not link to those rather than through Amazon?

The original method of posting Amazon deals was clear and concise, this is spurious to say the least.

Edited By: southwell65 on Aug 26, 2010 13:08: More info...
#25
southwell65
brilly
southwell65
juliet_bravo
This vendor is fine and the deal has been unexpired.There is no "approved vendor" list per se, if the seller on Amazon has already been approved for listing on hotukdeals (For example, mymemory, toyshop/theentertainer, french connection, schuh etc) then we allow their amazon and / or ebay listings.
So there was a pretty simple rule per se, but now it's kind of out there floating in the ether. How do we decide what we can and can't post from Amazon. If it has already been posted and not removed does that make the post permissible? If it's not already posted before who do we go to for verification as there are hundreds of companies selling through Amazon just like mymemory, toyshop/theentertainer, french connection, schuh etc.
deciding what can be posted is 'easy' as i already said above and as juliet_bravo confirmed check the vendor on marketplace has an entry on the normal hotdeals list - if it does then you can post it. (who checks that marketplace is actually real outlet i dunno)also if its fulfilled by amazon you can post it.thats the rule for now, if it changes then expect to be informed in a clear manner as you were about this one.
What if the vendor has never been posted before but have their own website? Who decides?The marketplace sellers that are permitted all have their own websites, why not link to those rather than through Amazon?The original method of posting Amazon deals was clear and concise, this is spurious to say the least.
1st point - you can add to the vendor list so i guess once its been approved there then marketplace is allowed.
not sure how that happens - perhaps needs to be reported or any additions are reported for checking as they occur.

2nd point - why point to the retailers website when the marketplace price and the normal site price can vary wildly? people will just post 'expired says xxx not xxx' and its not the source of the deal.

3rd point - agreed
#26
brilly
southwell65
brilly
southwell65
juliet_bravo
This vendor is fine and the deal has been unexpired.There is no "approved vendor" list per se, if the seller on Amazon has already been approved for listing on hotukdeals (For example, mymemory, toyshop/theentertainer, french connection, schuh etc) then we allow their amazon and / or ebay listings.
So there was a pretty simple rule per se, but now it's kind of out there floating in the ether. How do we decide what we can and can't post from Amazon. If it has already been posted and not removed does that make the post permissible? If it's not already posted before who do we go to for verification as there are hundreds of companies selling through Amazon just like mymemory, toyshop/theentertainer, french connection, schuh etc.
deciding what can be posted is 'easy' as i already said above and as juliet_bravo confirmed check the vendor on marketplace has an entry on the normal hotdeals list - if it does then you can post it. (who checks that marketplace is actually real outlet i dunno)also if its fulfilled by amazon you can post it.thats the rule for now, if it changes then expect to be informed in a clear manner as you were about this one.
What if the vendor has never been posted before but have their own website? Who decides?The marketplace sellers that are permitted all have their own websites, why not link to those rather than through Amazon?The original method of posting Amazon deals was clear and concise, this is spurious to say the least.

1st point - you can add to the vendor list so i guess once its been approved there then marketplace is allowed.
not sure how that happens - perhaps needs to be reported or any additions are reported for checking as they occur.

2nd point - why point to the retailers website when the marketplace price and the normal site price can vary wildly? people will just post 'expired says xxx not xxx' and its not the source of the deal.

3rd point - agreed


Cheers, for the interesting debate,

Have a good weekend...

Edited By: southwell65 on Aug 27, 2010 12:11: Less info...

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