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Nes classic £69.99 in sainsbury's - scarborough

£69.99 @ Sainsbury's
sainsburys scarborough store had 2 in stock today bit more expensive than the rrp but better than eBay prices Instore Deal - See link for console info Only Read More
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sainsburys scarborough store had 2 in stock today bit more expensive than the rrp but better than eBay prices

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1 Like #1
Sainsburys cashing in? Cold from me!
#2
Bit rude!
#3
£50.00

Cold! :(
1 Like #4
Naughty Sainsburys! No better than the buy-to-sell massiv. oO
#5
Maybe they bought them in at a higher price? Don't be quick to judge.
1 Like #6
Had one in my hands in Trowbridge store Grabbed it quick as couldnt believe it was instock on the shelf then saw the price and put it straight back, cant believe a supermarket is cashing in on the stock shortage even Game isnt doing that......
#7
Above RRP doesn't make this a deal
#8
I put it back once but then I used my nectar points so ended up buying it for £50 that was the only reason I bought it
2 Likes #9
malachi
Above RRP doesn't make this a deal


no but actually being in stock does
1 Like #10
argos is 49.99. sainsburys is 69.99. they are the same company! absolutely shameful.
#11
Did not expect that from Sainsbury's. Pretty pathetic.
1 Like #12
the gooner
Sainsburys cashing in? Cold from me!


I can't believe it either, a shop trying to make money

Hang the lot of em!

Sarcasm aside, you realise shops aren't a public service right? They need to profit...
2 Likes #13
That's crazy, didn't expect a super market to go above rrp, and by £20 is shocking.

I'm glad the hype for these emulators aren't of my interest.
#14
maplin electronics are selling it at £99.99 according to google
#15
asda have them for 45 notes
#16
mlear2006
malachi
Above RRP doesn't make this a deal
no but actually being in stock does
No it doesn't! A deal should be below the RRP!

Define deal - a bargain or arrangement for mutual advantage

And the cold, sorry, freezing temperature of this thread would suggest otherwise too :)
#17
mglteck
asda have them for 45 notes

Except, they don't.
#18
massive heat.
1 Like #19
Get an old xbox with coinops 8 on it. NES , SNES etc etc etc etc etc
banned#20
drove 400 miles for this... oos. cold :D
#21
Play 'em on your phone with a Bluetooth controller haha I do for all my emulation needs :)
banned 1 Like #22
kos1c
That's crazy, didn't expect a super market to go above rrp, and by £20 is shocking.
I'm glad the hype for these emulators aren't of my interest.
Same. At first I was hooked into the hype of Mini NES but then I just reminded myself that it's emulation and nothing more.
#23
LankySi
mlear2006
malachi
Above RRP doesn't make this a deal
no but actually being in stock does
No it doesn't! A deal should be below the RRP!

Define deal - a bargain or arrangement for mutual advantage

And the cold, sorry, freezing temperature of this thread would suggest otherwise too :)


when I posted this up i knew people would rate it cold however I did not expect somebody to quote the dictionary
2 Likes #24
Spasho
kos1c
That's crazy, didn't expect a super market to go above rrp, and by £20 is shocking.
I'm glad the hype for these emulators aren't of my interest.
Same. At first I was hooked into the hype of Mini NES but then I just reminded myself that it's emulation and nothing more.


I could understand if it could play the cartridge but aren't these locked to what's on the board and nothing else?

Got an android box that can emulator this and much more, also it cost me less.
banned#25
kos1c
Spasho
kos1c
That's crazy, didn't expect a super market to go above rrp, and by £20 is shocking.
I'm glad the hype for these emulators aren't of my interest.
Same. At first I was hooked into the hype of Mini NES but then I just reminded myself that it's emulation and nothing more.
I could understand if it could play the cartridge but aren't these locked to what's on the board and nothing else?
Got an android box that can emulator this and much more, also it cost me less.
It's exactly that.
#26
mlear2006
LankySi
mlear2006
malachi
Above RRP doesn't make this a deal
no but actually being in stock does
No it doesn't! A deal should be below the RRP!
Define deal - a bargain or arrangement for mutual advantage
And the cold, sorry, freezing temperature of this thread would suggest otherwise too :)
when I posted this up i knew people would rate it cold however I did not expect somebody to quote the dictionary
The internet will always surprise you my friend X)
#27
heat added scorching hot done deal
#28
Had one of these and sold it on, not worth £50 definitely not worth £70.
Seen this in Sainsburys Hamilton and thought it was shameful of them to charge that price.
#29
le_jaeger
mglteck
asda have them for 45 notes

Except, they don't.


I work in head office and we do
#30
this has to be the coldest thread iv seen.. #HeatAdded
#31
alfiesred47
the gooner
Sainsburys cashing in? Cold from me!


I can't believe it either, a shop trying to make money

Hang the lot of em!

Sarcasm aside, you realise shops aren't a public service right? They need to profit...


well said Alfred heat added
#32
Pretty shocking that major retailer is selling above RRP
#33
grilli
Pretty shocking that major retailer is selling above RRP


heat added
#34
Cex were selling them for £120 so they were worse!
#35
brian1977
Cex were selling them for £120 so they were worse!
Yeah however that is cex business model ? They sell based on demand Sainsbury's don't
#36
ms01ma
brian1977
Cex were selling them for £120 so they were worse!
Yeah however that is cex business model ? They sell based on demand Sainsbury's don't


why what's sainsburys business model?
#37
omarmahmood
ms01ma
brian1977
Cex were selling them for £120 so they were worse!
Yeah however that is cex business model ? They sell based on demand Sainsbury's don't


why what's sainsburys business model?


live well for less
#38
mlear2006
omarmahmood
ms01ma
brian1977
Cex were selling them for £120 so they were worse!
Yeah however that is cex business model ? They sell based on demand Sainsbury's don't


why what's sainsburys business model?


live well for less


it's less than cex so they true 2 there name lol

Edited By: omarmahmood on Dec 02, 2016 17:43: spelling

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