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Lego 40202 Easter Chick £5.00 instore / online oos @ ASDA George

£5.00 @ George (Asda George)
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2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago
Buy them now before someone else does and puts them on eBay for five times the price!
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#1
Great price and great find OP! Will pop down to my local Asda now...
1 Like #2
some scum selling for over £25 on eBay, worse than ticket tours, ought to be banned.
1 Like #3
MrAlbert
some scum selling for over £25 on eBay, worse than ticket tours, ought to be banned.


Isnt there a new thing trying to be enforced banning bulk buys?
#4
UltimatePhoenix
MrAlbert
some scum selling for over £25 on eBay, worse than ticket tours, ought to be banned.


Isnt there a new thing trying to be enforced banning bulk buys?


Where?
2 Likes #5
MrAlbert
some scum selling for over £25 on eBay, worse than ticket tours, ought to be banned.

how is that different to nearly every profit-making shop in the world?
2 Likes #6
heat thanks op :D
#7
kpmatthews
MrAlbert
some scum selling for over £25 on eBay, worse than ticket tours, ought to be banned.

how is that different to nearly every profit-making shop in the world?


because by charging far more than the RRP not only are you depriving those who actually want the item of the deal, but you're then taking advantage of those who really want it.
#8
Brilliant price - I purchased from ASDA about two weeks ago, for £9
2 Likes #9
Someone may have "listed" one on ebay for £25, but it doesn't mean that it will sell for £25. If someone is prepared to pay £25 then I have no sympathy towards them.
3 Likes #10
MrAlbert
kpmatthews
MrAlbert
some scum selling for over £25 on eBay, worse than ticket tours, ought to be banned.
how is that different to nearly every profit-making shop in the world?
because by charging far more than the RRP not only are you depriving those who actually want the item of the deal, but you're then taking advantage of those who really want it.

It's a free market, you can buy and sell anything you like, get over it.
4 Likes #11
MrAlbert
some scum selling for over £25 on eBay, worse than ticket tours, ought to be banned.


Supply and demand. The buyers are setting the market. Not the sellers.
#12
Well said !!
3 Likes #13
Also I think it's important to remember that everyone shops differently. Some people are prepared to pay over the odds on EBay for the convenience and don't see it as being ripped off. Equally people don't always shop around and a prime (no pun intended) example is Amazon and EBay, which paves the way for drop shippers. Generally I concur with the above comments that suggest it's the buyers rather than the sellers who should be more responsible. Easy answer to stop EBay inflated prices is will power, remember we don't NEED we WANT.
#14
selling online for £9 :-(
#15
LondonTTB
Brilliant price - I purchased from ASDA about two weeks ago, for £9
And you're on HDUK member?? oO
2 Likes #16
funkeymunkey
LondonTTB
Brilliant price - I purchased from ASDA about two weeks ago, for £9
And you're on HDUK member?? oO
Yes! Didn't want them to go OOS whilst I waited for the price to fall :-)
#17
NATHANDRAKEUNCHARTED
MrAlbert
kpmatthews
MrAlbert
some scum selling for over £25 on eBay, worse than ticket tours, ought to be banned.
how is that different to nearly every profit-making shop in the world?
because by charging far more than the RRP not only are you depriving those who actually want the item of the deal, but you're then taking advantage of those who really want it.

It's a free market, you can buy and sell anything you like, get over it.


Clearly someone who buys and sells for over the odds.
#18
not at Farnborough - no stock yet
#19
helenstanforth
NATHANDRAKEUNCHARTED
MrAlbert
kpmatthews
MrAlbert
some scum selling for over £25 on eBay, worse than ticket tours, ought to be banned.
how is that different to nearly every profit-making shop in the world?
because by charging far more than the RRP not only are you depriving those who actually want the item of the deal, but you're then taking advantage of those who really want it.
It's a free market, you can buy and sell anything you like, get over it.
Clearly someone who buys and sells for over the odds.

Like every shop.
#20
got some, thank you :)
#21
Why don't you buy them all and make 50p per set after fees, packing and postage?
banned#22
would anyone be awilling to pick me up 2 to send to me or that could sell me 2 will pay the postage aswel :) want 2 for my children for easter but the asdas near me (bridgend south wales) dont have them :(
#23
Plenty at Asda west bridgford in Nottingham, not on a separate display but mixed in with the other Lego
1 Like #24
MrAlbert
some scum selling for over £25 on eBay, worse than ticket tours, ought to be banned.

Let's boycott all sellers of all things for not making the bare minimum profit required to survive!
#25
none In my local store
#26
Hall Road, Norwich had some out the back if you can't see any in store. I went on Wednesday evening and they hadn't put them on the shelves, yet.
2 Likes #27
These are now £5 online too.
#28
Ordered thanks
#29
now out of stock on line

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