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Are you aged between 5 and 55 years old?

Do you want to seriously enjoy this years World Cup?

Do you want a 6 pack?

Hell, Do you want a 6 pack pack?

Do you understand 'Shiny's', 'Swapsies' , 'Got', Got, Need'?

Do you have about £200.00 to spend on tacky bits of paper?

Then you need this years Panini World cup sticker album!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (Album available for free in many stores, whsmiths, morrisons)

The very best deal I have found for the packs is at Sainsburys who are selling special A4 sized packs of 6 for £2.75 which is a little discount on the normal price of 50p a pack. This seems to be in 'Big' stores, I tried a few smaller ones before I found any 6 pack- packs

Right now they are selling 3 for the price of 2

£5.50 for 18 packs = 30.5p per pack (40% discount on 50p rrp)

I've invested in a few packets and will sell them to my children at a tidy profit (but discount on 'shop' prices), I guess you could call me the world first '(s)ticker tout'

Theres only about 650 stickers to collect (plus a special wallchart) so I reckon if you get about 200 packs of 6 you should be damn close to completing the book.

STICKER SWAP THREAD

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/672095/panini-south-africa-2010-sticker-sw
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#1
lol voted hot for the description
#2
+1 funny
#3

Theres only about 650 stickers to collect (plus a special wallchart) so I reckon if you get about 200 packs of 6 you should be damn close to completing the book.


There must be a way of working it out statistically.

Rep for the (funny) description.

Do other supermarkets sell the 6 pack? (and carry the 3 for 2 offer)
#4
Classic :thumbsup:
#5
Buy a box off eBay = less chance of swaps (500 stickers for £40)

Look in misc for the official swap thread :)
#6
Great deal, I saw this at the weekend

I currently have 150 bloody swaps (28 shiny swaps) and only about 2/3 complete.

But as a 30 year old with no school friends I have no one to swap with

And you just cant hang around school gates anymore without questions being asked,

'I am just swapping some stickers officer'... of course you are sir, can you come with me please.........
#7
DJNG22
Great deal, I saw this at the weekend

I currently have 150 bloody swaps (28 shiny swaps) and only about 2/3 complete.

But as a 30 year old with no school friends I have no one to swap with

And you just cant hang around school gates anymore without questions being asked,

'I am just swapping some stickers officer'... of course you are sir, can you come with me please.........


:-D:-D:-D :thumbsup:
#8
Fallen for this again as I do with every tournament!

I'm a grown up :oops:and indeed no one to swap with but I am swapping online via swapstix dot com or something, just google it, fill in your swaps and what you need, exchange emails and send each other your swaps. It's all based on trust but I never have had any problems and usually get rid of all my swaps and completing the album without ordering from Panini.

Good deal on the Sainsbury stickers, my local shops don't sell them this year so have bought quite a bit on Ebay myself as well.
#9
I can remember collecting Mexico world cup 1986 stickers! I was only a few short off completing the book
#10
May have to pop down later to pick up a few of these.

Is eBay the best place to get whole boxes or is there a way to get them direct?

I was gona just order them all from Panini individually but theres no fun in that :D
#11
DJNG22
Great deal, I saw this at the weekend

I currently have 150 bloody swaps (28 shiny swaps) and only about 2/3 complete.

But as a 30 year old with no school friends I have no one to swap with

And you just cant hang around school gates anymore without questions being asked,

'I am just swapping some stickers officer'... of course you are sir, can you come with me please.........


In exactly the same boat. Recommend you join: http://www.swapstick.com/

I've been using it to clear out my swaps list. There's an element of trust involved but no issues yet.
#12
with the panini ordering online its 20% off. But you can only order 50. Is that 50 per order, or 50 per person? I guess its per order but I wasn't sure.
#13
DB2k
In exactly the same boat. Recommend you join: http://www.swapstick.com/

I've been using it to clear out my swaps list. There's an element of trust involved but no issues yet.


Yes, that's the website I meant, I have used them loads too, no issues at all and very handy.
#14
I am 21 so don't have many people to swap these with, but luckily my mum, who is a teacher, has started a swap club at her school. I'm still miles off a complete album though....
#15
Used to get these when I was in primary school, pointless hobby very expensive. I used to do the premiership ones by the time I could afford 1/3 of the book the next year was out then the book was useless!
#16
Where do i get the wallchart..? ive got 2 books and no wallchart :whistling:
#17
ade2j
Used to get these when I was in primary school, pointless hobby very expensive. I used to do the premiership ones by the time I could afford 1/3 of the book the next year was out then the book was useless!


pfft. it teaches maths, data retention/memorising large volumes of numbers and pictures, negotiations, financial management, helps you deal with disappointment, make friends and socialise, keeps you off street corners breaking things and off your computer killing things.

I am using it with my 4 year old as a way to help him with his numbers, which is going really well and he enjoys it a lot. That said it is really flipping expensive.
#18
Jack-L92
Where do i get the wallchart..? ive got 2 books and no wallchart :whistling:


I am the same, not sure there is a wall chart to be honest...
#19
DB2k
pfft. it teaches maths, data retention/memorising large volumes of numbers and pictures, negotiations, financial management, helps you deal with disappointment, make friends and socialise, keeps you off street corners breaking things and off your computer killing things.

I am using it with my 4 year old as a way to help him with his numbers, which is going really well and he enjoys it a lot. That said it is really flipping expensive.


Haven't looked at a book for over 10 years so wouldn't know about the maths benefit. Last time I used it was to get a picture of someone in a team and stick it in :whistling:
#20
Got loads of swaps listed in this thread if anyone wants to swap any :)

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/672095/panini-south-africa-2010-sticker-sw
#21
Good price heat added.

Need the No 23. Anybody got it ?
#22
I remember when i collected the Premier League 2000 stickers.

Somehow i didnt end up with a single swap and completed the book - I bought the stickers from the same shop and not only must i of been the only one buying them they must of also put a different sticker in every pack - how nice of them.
#23
I used to do the USA '94 stickers when I was 13. I think they were about 22p a pack back then!
#24
Collecting stickers, great fun and all that but this just reminds me of that bloody westwood moron and that itself is a crime.
#25
Dantooine
I can remember collecting Mexico world cup 1986 stickers! I was only a few short off completing the book


that was the first & last one I did... completed the book though! had a stack of swaps about 4 inches thick! pocket money well spent:whistling:
#26
Dantooine
I can remember collecting Mexico world cup 1986 stickers! I was only a few short off completing the book

Ditto. Wonder if my book's still in my parents' loft. I could never bear to throw it away, after investing so much time and money in it!

HnR to the OP - fantastic "pitch". :-D
#27
PhoenixAsh
I am the same, not sure there is a wall chart to be honest...


Wallchart and wallchart stickers are Morrisons exclusive i think. You get a free pack containing 2 wallchart stcikers when you spend x amount instore.

Or you can just buy the set off fleabay
#28
It cost me just under £50 to complete this set, with only 1 person to do swapsies with!

Album and 3 packs - £2
20 packs from shop - £10
box of 100 packs from Eb*y - £28
94 remaining stickers from panini direct - £9.40

£5.50 for 18 packs is a great deal
#29
asandino
Good price heat added.

Need the No 23. Anybody got it ?


yup!

oh.. you mean as a swap? No. Mines in my album :whistling:
#30
Strangely Tesco's gave my daughter a pack at the till last night. Not sure if It's nationwide. I'd spent about £25 on groceries. She looked a bit bemused!! I see if she got No 23...
#32
HOT deal, better than the Adsa price which works out at 40p per packet. Panini will sell you the stickers you need to complete your album at 8p each (online).

It works out at £65 to complete the thing though but my 4yr old is leaning loads about counting, geography and national stereotypes ;-)
#33
WOW this is hot, well my son thinks so! is this nationwide and how long is it going to last for?
thanks in advance, great description too voted HOT!
#34
DJNG22

I currently have 150 bloody swaps (28 shiny swaps) and only about 2/3 complete.

But as a 30 year old with no school friends I have no one to swap with


funniest thing i heard all day.
1 Like #35
tooheys30
Fallen for this again as I do with every tournament!

I'm a grown up :oops:and indeed no one to swap with but I am swapping online via swapstix dot com or something, just google it, fill in your swaps and what you need, exchange emails and send each other your swaps. It's all based on trust but I never have had any problems and usually get rid of all my swaps and completing the album without ordering from Panini.

Good deal on the Sainsbury stickers, my local shops don't sell them this year so have bought quite a bit on Ebay myself as well.


You wanna get out more pal :p
#36
Johnboy_1975
There must be a way of working it out statistically.


Indeed there is, and the OP was drastically wrong. On average, assuming all stickers are equally likely and you don't swap with other people, you'd need to buy more than 764 packs of 6 stickers.
#37
Completed my album today when the final 45 arrived direct from Panini....happy days, never even managed to complete one back when I was a kid in the early 80s!!!!!
#38
theyiddo
Completed my album today when the final 45 arrived direct from Panini....happy days, never even managed to complete one back when I was a kid in the early 80s!!!!!


How long did your Panini order take to arrive? Did you use the £1 postage option?
#39
urbanlegend11
You wanna get out more pal :p


swap you a shiny for the Albanian goal keeper????
#40
theyiddo
Completed my album today when the final 45 arrived direct from Panini....happy days, never even managed to complete one back when I was a kid in the early 80s!!!!!


Was looking at doing this in a few weeks when I only have a few left. How long did it take?

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