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Sharpie 28 assorted permanent markers reduced to 75p instore @ Tesco

£0.75 @ Tesco Direct
Sharpie 28 assorted permanent markers reduced to 75p instore. I found these reduced to £7.50 on sel but stickered from £7.50 down to 75p in the Crawley Three Bridges store. Read More
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Sharpie 28 assorted permanent markers reduced to 75p instore.

I found these reduced to £7.50 on sel but stickered from £7.50 down to 75p in the Crawley Three Bridges store.
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1 Like #1
Wow cheap
2 Likes #2
Bargain.. Only down to £3.75 in my local
#3
great bargain
#4
Ridiculously hot ;)
2 Likes #5
good but probably a one off deal
#6
amazing price! great find
#7
These are different prices in all the Tescos. You might be lucky though
#8
£7 Romford Tesco, still a great price though.
#9
21 quid online...explain that one Tesco!
#10
Cheap heat
2 Likes #11
£1.38 in my local store, a bargain
#12
i always see these on here. What is so good about these and where are they generally used? Would they be useful for a 4 and 5 year old or too young? I see the words 'permanant marker' and go the other way but I do like a bargain so can someone please advise, thanks!
1 Like #13
Ncos
i always see these on here. What is so good about these and where are they generally used? Would they be useful for a 4 and 5 year old or too young? I see the words 'permanant marker' and go the other way but I do like a bargain so can someone please advise, thanks!

Recipe for disaster if you ask me. They really do take quite a lot of effort to get out of most materials!
2 Likes #14
These offers never exist in my tesco...
5 Likes #15
I think I must have a stationary fetish. Don't need them, won't have a use for them, but strangely drawn to buy them!
#16
wow nice find :D hot
6 Likes #17
NOooooo!!! I still havent opened the last 3 packs of Sharpies i bought because of you guys!
4 Likes #18
Hey, maybe 5 people out of a population of 60 million had a chance of getting these for this price so lets all press the "hot" button!!!!.....Beggars all belief!
#19
Mistake ;)

maxmix
#20
A single sharpie lasts forever. How do people use/need so many?
1 Like #21
It's a great price if it's in your store but over time, like an increasing amount of others on here, I'm beginning to question whether I should vote hot or cold for these sort of deals that are often incredibly isolated. Obviously most OP's post a deal as soon as they find one and near impossible to know whether the deal is local or national and therein lies the problem, which is why an increasing amount of Hukkers post comment that it's not in their store and vote cold. These "local" deals are showing up on "national" searches and distorting the quality of the search results.

I can't wait to my local corner shop marks down some bread buns from 75p to 1p. I'll post the deal on HUKD and watch it hit 4 figures, even though there's likely no buns left to buy or not economically viable to buy them and make a saving.

So, my loyalty is split. HOT for the OP but cold for everyone else.
On balance I'm going to vote cold but nevertheless...great find Sapark! Enjoy your markers :D



Edited By: ikonanddiva on Jan 26, 2017 14:39: local vs national deals
1 Like #22
Local store specific reduction, not nationwide, cold.
#23
Only got the 30 packs in my local (£6).
#24
jdr116
Hey, maybe 5 people out of a population of 60 million had a chance of getting these for this price so lets all press the "hot" button!!!!.....Beggars all belief!


This is HUKD's and this is a good deal. If you lived in Crawley, you would be in your car/on your bike / run down to Tesco and take advantage of this deal! X) I think you may be bitter that you do not live closer! oO
2 Likes #25
666moe666
Ncos
i always see these on here. What is so good about these and where are they generally used? Would they be useful for a 4 and 5 year old or too young? I see the words 'permanant marker' and go the other way but I do like a bargain so can someone please advise, thanks!
Recipe for disaster if you ask me. They really do take quite a lot of effort to get out of most materials!

Pretty sure that's the point of a permanent marker :{
1 Like #26
mdekq007
A single sharpie lasts forever. How do people use/need so many?
Adult colouring books becoming very popular thus the need for pens. :)
3 Likes #27
mdekq007
A single sharpie lasts forever. How do people use/need so many?
Because of the phrase "Oh, can I just borrow your Sharpie..."
#28
bargain! have some heat!
#29
PowerPantsPete
jdr116
Hey, maybe 5 people out of a population of 60 million had a chance of getting these for this price so lets all press the "hot" button!!!!.....Beggars all belief!
This is HUKD's and this is a good deal. If you lived in Crawley, you would be in your car/on your bike / run down to Tesco and take advantage of this deal! X) I think you may be bitter that you do not live closer! oO

I don't believe anyone has any bitterness over a selection of sharpies!? X)

It's the fact that "local" deals are showing up in "national" search results. They spoil the search results when looking for deals that Hukkers are able to purchase. This effectively makes them unavailable to the vast majority of consumers, so no deal to them, which is why we're seeing an increasing number of members voting cold. I dislike voting cold, I think this is a hot deal for the OP but still voted cold. No bitterness involved, simply the case of all too common wild goose chases and over-inflated heat.

In saying that, yes, give this and similar deals 10,000' heat if you live around the corner from where items have been marked down but the reality is that coverage of area is extremely small in relation to the size of the UK. The heat should be proportional.

With a population of ~64.6 million in the UK, jdr116's statistics probably aren't that far off the mark. I'm going to double up and suggest there may be 10 customers than 5 who could take advantage of the deal and it wouldn't surprise me if the bulk of those consumers are simply random people out shopping than Hukkers.

What do you think the statistics are?

Again, it's a debate of Local vs National and a sense of perspective of whether something is hot or cold. Both options are valid but just because someone doesn't agree with your opinion, it doesn't make them bitter. As far as I can tell, jdr116 made an accurate observation.
#30
carburant
mdekq007
A single sharpie lasts forever. How do people use/need so many?
Because of the phrase "Oh, can I just borrow your Sharpie..."


I no longer lend my pens to folk after googling buttsharpies
#31
ikonanddiva
PowerPantsPete
jdr116
Hey, maybe 5 people out of a population of 60 million had a chance of getting these for this price so lets all press the "hot" button!!!!.....Beggars all belief!
This is HUKD's and this is a good deal. If you lived in Crawley, you would be in your car/on your bike / run down to Tesco and take advantage of this deal! X) I think you may be bitter that you do not live closer! oO

I don't believe anyone has any bitterness over a selection of sharpies!? X)

It's the fact that "local" deals are showing up in "national" search results. They spoil the search results when looking for deals that Hukkers are able to purchase. This effectively makes them unavailable to the vast majority of consumers, so no deal to them, which is why we're seeing an increasing number of members voting cold. I dislike voting cold, I think this is a hot deal for the OP but still voted cold. No bitterness involved, simply the case of all too common wild goose chases and over-inflated heat.

In saying that, yes, give this and similar deals 10,000' heat if you live around the corner from where items have been marked down but the reality is that coverage of area is extremely small in relation to the size of the UK. The heat should be proportional.

With a population of ~64.6 million in the UK, jdr116's statistics probably aren't that far off the mark. I'm going to double up and suggest there may be 10 customers than 5 who could take advantage of the deal and it wouldn't surprise me if the bulk of those consumers are simply random people out shopping than Hukkers.

What do you think the statistics are?

Again, it's a debate of Local vs National and a sense of perspective of whether something is hot or cold. Both options are valid but just because someone doesn't agree with your opinion, it doesn't make them bitter. As far as I can tell, jdr116 made an accurate observation.


I absolutely love this community and the seriousness of the debates that go on! I see humour does not translate well! I do not care for statistics, who has access to it or the local vs national debate X) . It is quite simple.........a user posts what they feel is a good deal...............other users agree or disagree............ I may take the opportunity to travel 144miles to Crawley just to see if they have any left! If I am successful in obtaining said deal, I will bring them home and store them with the other 2 packs of Sharpies I have purchased X)X)X)X)X)X)X)
2 Likes #32
if you buy these for your kids and they mark the walls or any glossy surface, use spray on deodorant to get rid of the stain (Y)
#33
carburant
mdekq007
A single sharpie lasts forever. How do people use/need so many?http://imagehosting24.click/images/157248.png
Because of the phrase "Oh, can I just borrow your Sharpie..."
+1 for this :D
great price, heat added :)
2 Likes #34
ikonanddiva
PowerPantsPete
jdr116
Hey, maybe 5 people out of a population of 60 million had a chance of getting these for this price so lets all press the "hot" button!!!!.....Beggars all belief!
This is HUKD's and this is a good deal. If you lived in Crawley, you would be in your car/on your bike / run down to Tesco and take advantage of this deal! X) I think you may be bitter that you do not live closer! oO

I don't believe anyone has any bitterness over a selection of sharpies!? X)

It's the fact that "local" deals are showing up in "national" search results. They spoil the search results when looking for deals that Hukkers are able to purchase. This effectively makes them unavailable to the vast majority of consumers, so no deal to them, which is why we're seeing an increasing number of members voting cold. I dislike voting cold, I think this is a hot deal for the OP but still voted cold. No bitterness involved, simply the case of all too common wild goose chases and over-inflated heat.

In saying that, yes, give this and similar deals 10,000' heat if you live around the corner from where items have been marked down but the reality is that coverage of area is extremely small in relation to the size of the UK. The heat should be proportional.

With a population of ~64.6 million in the UK, jdr116's statistics probably aren't that far off the mark. I'm going to double up and suggest there may be 10 customers than 5 who could take advantage of the deal and it wouldn't surprise me if the bulk of those consumers are simply random people out shopping than Hukkers.

What do you think the statistics are?

Again, it's a debate of Local vs National and a sense of perspective of whether something is hot or cold. Both options are valid but just because someone doesn't agree with your opinion, it doesn't make them bitter. As far as I can tell, jdr116 made an accurate observation.


Hukkers lol
#35
whooaaaa awesome price! they were £6 the other day, doubt my place will reduce them more but great deal if it can be found
#36
in which tesco????
#37
abcd77
in which tesco????

The one in the original post!
#38
hoodedclaw
I think I must have a stationary fetish. !

You get a kick out of keeping still? oO
#39
75p in Altrincham store over 40 on clearance Isle at 10.30pm tonight
#40
marmaluke
666moe666
Ncos
i always see these on here. What is so good about these and where are they generally used? Would they be useful for a 4 and 5 year old or too young? I see the words 'permanant marker' and go the other way but I do like a bargain so can someone please advise, thanks!
Recipe for disaster if you ask me. They really do take quite a lot of effort to get out of most materials!
Pretty sure that's the point of a permanent marker :{

They were asking if they were right for a 4/5 year old. I responded with my opinion. Cheers Columbo.

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