Sony Playstation Move Starter Pack - £38.76 @ Costco - HotUKDeals
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Heads up if you are planning a trip to Costco, this is just a little bit cheaper than the supermarkets as far as I know (£32.99+VAT). Spotted at Costco Glasgow.
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#1
Should that be £43.46 if adding VAT at 17.5%?
#2
Sorry eeekk that should have been £32.99 + VAT. Thank you for spotting!
#3
Ah, thats better :)
#4
Can anyone get 'Shotter' to work, I go threw the calabration then pointer jumps all around the screen and unable to select 1-player.? All the others work fine, tried with more/less light.
#5
OMG how dare you post a Costco deal (might as well get that in before the idiots)

Nice one, was wondering if they would stock them, now just need to decide if I want one - currently thinking I don't as never play with my Wii but they are shiny and have Sony written on them.....
#6
spotted this for £29.99 at Asda yesterday
#7
Is this a good deal?
#8
anishmathw
Is this a good deal?


Well, it is only 94p more @ Amazon, with free delivery, so not exactly a scorcher.......
#9
Zain
spotted this for £29.99 at Asda yesterday


I'll bite - the starter kit... or just the move controller.... (_;)
#10
29.99 at asda? that might be a good did; but was it the complete starter pack or just the motion controller?
#11
It was the starter kit. Took it to the till but didn't go down well with the mrs.
Our weekly shop went over £150. So had to decline.
Checked the receipt, scanned at £39.99, but deffo said £29.99 on shelf (went back and double checked)

Also read another post in here last week saying the same thing.
#12
Zain
It was the starter kit. Took it to the till but didn't go down well with the mrs.
Our weekly shop went over £150. So had to decline.
Checked the receipt, scanned at £39.99, but deffo said £29.99 on shelf (went back and double checked)

Also read another post in here last week saying the same thing.


Consumer rights laws state that you are entitled to gain the product at the price advertised on the shelf assuming the advertised price was for the same product.
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Consumer rights, didn't get that far.

Wife rights took precedence.
#14
Zain
Consumer rights, didn't get that far.

Wife rights took precedence.


:D
#15
is this Asda in store only? Might go look tomorrow as hubby wants it but not sure how much he wants it!!
#16
williamj1
Zain
It was the starter kit. Took it to the till but didn't go down well with the mrs.
Our weekly shop went over £150. So had to decline.
Checked the receipt, scanned at £39.99, but deffo said £29.99 on shelf (went back and double checked)

Also read another post in here last week saying the same thing.


Consumer rights laws state that you are entitled to gain the product at the price advertised on the shelf assuming the advertised price was for the same product.

No it doesn't....
#17
I was just there earlier today as well! Didn't think to have a look.... oh well :(
#18
musicman89
williamj1
Zain
It was the starter kit. Took it to the till but didn't go down well with the mrs.
Our weekly shop went over £150. So had to decline.
Checked the receipt, scanned at £39.99, but deffo said £29.99 on shelf (went back and double checked)

Also read another post in here last week saying the same thing.


Consumer rights laws state that you are entitled to gain the product at the price advertised on the shelf assuming the advertised price was for the same product.

No it doesn't....


Agree it doesn't, its an urban myth...typically most stores will honour it though.
#19
williamj1

Consumer rights laws state that you are entitled to gain the product at the price advertised on the shelf assuming the advertised price was for the same product.


ABSOLUTE RUBBISH! - people like you who think they know it all really wind me up.

Legally, online adverts or instore prices are classed as 'offers to treat', they are NOT a binding contract for sale, so there is a get-out for companies who can claim it was a mistake (like the numerous price error deals we see on here week in week out).

Sometimes as a gesture of goodwill stores will honour their mistake, but no advertised price is binding. Afterall, errors can and do happen and the regulators would not come down hard on the seller for a mistake.
#20
just paid £39.97 in my local Asda. but don't mind as was in there anyway. Lady who served me said they had the controllers for £29.99 but not the starter kits.
#21
how much are ps3 consoles in costco?
#22
I once caused a manager to get punched in a Londis by one of the people queuing because I gave him a choice:

1) either honour the offer on the display, which had packs of coffee which were one pack and a 50% extra free pack with it, but had signage underneath with "buy one get one free". I reasoned that since 50% was buy one get half free, he should allow me to buy one pack (with 50% free) and get another pack free. OR

2) remove the misleading signage

He chose option 3 which was "argue with me for 5-10 minutes that I can't have the deal and he wouldn't remove the signage while the queues got longer and longer but then eventually give in" one of the people in the queue was so incensed with this behaviour that he ran out of the shop and punched the manager on the way out. Then the manager proceeded to tell me that it was my fault he had to close the store because he had been assaulted.

Surely If they are not willing to honour the price or deal they have on display then the least they can do is remove the signage. Otherwise bad things can happen?
#23
Also available from Asda Direct with free delivery and 8% quidco
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/playstation3-move-starter-pack-39-6/792271/#post9742301
#24
kerridge0
I once caused a manager to get punched in a Londis by one of the people queuing because I gave him a choice:1) either honour the offer on the display, which had packs of coffee which were one pack and a 50% extra free pack with it, but had signage underneath with "buy one get one free". I reasoned that since 50% was buy one get half free, he should allow me to buy one pack (with 50% free) and get another pack free. OR2) remove the misleading signageHe chose option 3 which was "argue with me for 5-10 minutes that I can't have the deal and he wouldn't remove the signage while the queues got longer and longer but then eventually give in" one of the people in the queue was so incensed with this behaviour that he ran out of the shop and punched the manager on the way out. Then the manager proceeded to tell me that it was my fault he had to close the store because he had been assaulted.Surely If they are not willing to honour the price or deal they have on display then the least they can do is remove the signage. Otherwise bad things can happen?
He should in fact have asked you to leave his store and on refusal he should have called the police who would have removed you! If you were holding my Q up I would have told you both to go elsewhere and get out of everyones way - yes he should as a gesture of goodwill give in BUT his right is to refuse service!

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