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Saw this at Terminal 4 LHR just the other day.

Not for everyone, but for those of you going away from X-mas, this may be worth a punt.

£116.99 for a red, blue or black Nintendo 3DS at HMV - airside.
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sunpreet3y, 9m agoFound 3 years, 9 months ago
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jase.2#1
Why cold? Is it cheaper elsewhere? Or are people just voting cold because they wont be in an airport? If so its not really a good reason as it seems like a great deal to me
sunpreet#2
ahh im getting used to it.

site's becoming more like a "Give me something for nothing else i'm voting cold" rather than good deals site.
Chirpa2000#3
Decent deal if you're flying, absolutely.
bugarsson#4
site's becoming more like a "Give me something for nothing else i'm voting cold" rather than good deals site.

Nope. Just not a great deal imho. Limited appeal and the price is only about a tenner/fifteen quid cheaper than is readily available elsewhere. And although this is probably the cheapest price around at the mo, the 3ds has been selling for sub £100 to £115 very recently - I bought one last month for £108 from Toys R Us thanks to a heads up on a deal on this site. So a deal with limited appeal : both in that not many people could actually use this deal as it stands and that the price has been lower recently and is likely to be lower again soon...
sunpreet#5
bugarsson
site's becoming more like a "Give me something for nothing else i'm voting cold" rather than good deals site.


Nope. Just not a great deal imho. Limited appeal and the price is only about a tenner/fifteen quid cheaper than is readily available elsewhere. And although this is probably the cheapest price around at the mo, the 3ds has been selling for sub £100 to £115 very recently - I bought one last month for £108 from Toys R Us thanks to a heads up on a deal on this site. So a deal with limited appeal : both in that not many people could actually use this deal as it stands and that the price has been lower recently and is likely to be lower again soon...


IMHO - Cold votes should have a pop-up requesting information for a better deal.
User's either add heat or suggest a better deal - that would produce better data mining results when trying to find an actual Deal.
bugarsson#6
IMHO - Cold votes should have a pop-up requesting information for a better deal.
User's either add heat or suggest a better deal - that would produce better data mining results when trying to find an actual Deal.

Hmmmm. I understand this 'either add heat or suggest a better deal stance' but my reasons for adding heat would be just as individual as my decisions for removing heat. The reasons I gave above for why I voted cold might not neccesarily be the same as why anyone else voted cold. Likewise why I vote Hot might not be why somene else votes Hot so why would I have to justify one decision and not the other? That is a political decision that is. I guess the question is does this site ask 'Is this a hot deal?' or 'Is this a hot deal for me?' I always thought this site was about answering the latter.

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