Sell unwanted gold for vouchers "INSTORE" 50% more @ F Hinds - HotUKDeals
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I have sold some scrap gold offer 1 cash £208 offer 2 vouchers £314 which I used to purchase something half price in their sale. However to vouchers could be sold on increasing the value of the scrap gold.
Nothing about it on-line yet not sure when it expires.
Both visit took some time in store but gave them the gold Tuesday and got the vouchers today (Thurs) so pretty quick.
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#1
What did they give your per gram and was it 9 carat
#2
gavjbrown
What did they give your per gram and was it 9 carat


HattonGarden is giving £8.22 per gram of 9ct last time I checked. :thumbsup:
#3
Very confusing post. How do I know whether the price paid was good? Vouchers don't mean anything and a price need to relate to a value, e.g. weight.
#4
pet2000
Very confusing post. How do I know whether the price paid was good? Vouchers don't mean anything and a price need to relate to a value, e.g. weight.


thanks, agreed :thumbsup:
#5
Thats why I asked. For all we know the gold could have been worth £600 scrap.
#6
this deal means they will offer you a cash price for your scrap gold but if you accept vouchers to spend in there stores you get more . obviously its more profitable to them if you take vouchers to spend because you buy an item at retail price but there profit will be on the cost price . genuine deal no expiry as far as i know same idea as the cash for gold that are appearing every where
#7
I swapped cash for a whisky decanter set from Ratners when i really wanted a prawn sandwich......the sandwich would have lasted longer
#8
always take mine to hatton garden, last time took some into a local jeweller just out of interest, he offered me £90 got £230 @ hatton gdns, can't remember the exact weight though.
#9
kiswow
this deal means they will offer you a cash price for your scrap gold but if you accept vouchers to spend in there stores you get more . obviously its more profitable to them if you take vouchers to spend because you buy an item at retail price but there profit will be on the cost price . genuine deal no expiry as far as i know same idea as the cash for gold that are appearing every where


Still doesn't make it a good deal though.
#10
Like all deals on here, it depends on the money. If the price they're paying us isn't good to start with, and the retail price of their catalogue stuff wouldn't make a hot deal on here then it seems the retailer is the winner.

Vague and as good as meaningless without specific actual prices paid for gold. Not voting, as I can't see the ££££
#11
gavjbrown
Still doesn't make it a good deal though.


it never usually is the retailer always comes out on top one way or another its just another way for a company to make quick easy money.
#12
I'm surprised nobody has picked up on the obvious lunacy of this.
All the recent 'sell your gold' advertising has been driven by the fact gold markets are at an all-time high.
To sell gold for vouchers that can be used to buy more gold is utterly utterly stupid.

What's more, if F. HINDS were to go bust (unlikely, but not impossible) you'd be left with worthless vouchers & no gold at all.
#13
Hatton Garden Metals are buying 9 carat at £8.47 per gram @ the moment.
Sent some off Wednesday evening and the money was in my account by midday Thursday!
Brilliant!!
#14
It's £9.00/ gram for the vouchers, so if you want to buy something it's a pretty good deal. They do sell watches, diamonds, silver, etc. so you don't have to buy more gold! :roll:

It's certainly better than the H Samuel offer which is only £5.96/ gram.

However, if there's nothing you want and you don't want to use the vouchers as presents or something like that then you may prefer to take the best cash price you can find.

Overall a fair offer which is likely to be of interest to some people but not everybody.

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