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Emoov estate agent (£695.00 total price for selling with code)

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The main stream estate agents will tell you they have contacts who will only buy through them, but in reality most people look on rightmove and phone whichever agent it is with.. Emoov is £695 all Read More
The main stream estate agents will tell you they have contacts who will only buy through them, but in reality most people look on rightmove and phone whichever agent it is with.. Emoov is £695 all
Aeschylus Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago18 Comments
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You're avoiding the issue, you want to see people lose their jobs because of your narrow minded opinions, that's my point.
People who use a high street estate agent do so through choice. They are fully aware of the fee's involved before they sign up. No one is holding a gun to their heads.
andyb83
I've changed a lot of light bulbs, that doesn't make me an expert electrician.
Lets not lose sight of the fact that you posted a "deal" that has gone very cold. Seems not many people agree with you. I havn't made anything up nor do I have to prove anything to you. I'll just reiterate the fact that you stated you would like to see a lot of hard working people to lose their jobs. That alone is enough for anyone to conclude what kind of person you are.

1) I didn't post the deal
2) My experience of estate agents is poor, as are everyone else I have ever discussed estate agents with. They have cost me thousands of pounds due to their incompetence. I have every right to my opinion and thoughts on the future on a public forum. If you are going to get upset and judge me then I suggest the internet isn't for you.
3) I never claimed to be an expert, you don't need to be an expert to have an opinion on something

Are you an estate agent yourself? You seem to get things very mixed up and can't stick to the facts ;)
I've changed a lot of light bulbs, that doesn't make me an expert electrician.

Lets not lose sight of the fact that you posted a "deal" that has gone very cold. Seems not many people agree with you. I havn't made anything up nor do I have to prove anything to you. I'll just reiterate the fact that you stated you would like to see a lot of hard working people to lose their jobs. That alone is enough for anyone to conclude what kind of person you are.
Stating that I "don't know anything" repeatedly doesn't help you win the argument. I have sold a number of houses and am very familiar with the process, the benefits and down sides of both the internet and high street estate agents. I don't work in the industry but that doesn't stop me from having experience nor an opinion.

It seems you are emotionally involved in this so you can't consider another point of view nor can you be civil, nor can you back up any of the facts you have made up (99% of the time a high street estate agent will get you more than an online estate agent).

I'll stick with the online estate agent and will encourage others to do so as well ;)

Edited By: Mada06 on Mar 08, 2017 16:37
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I have used emoov and they were great. Sold my house 4 years ago for under £370. The sooner estate agents are removed from the high street the better, they are crooks and have a conflict of interest.
ant3000
I used these! Had hight hopes from the outset which were shot down. Very little correspondence from them except for the times that they arranged the only 2 viewings that they managed to generate which were both a balls up...
On both occasions we made the house spick and span and cancelled all plans and on both occasions the viewing didn't turn up... once because they "didn't confirm" (although this wasn't explained to us and we weren't contacted to confirm otherwise) and the other because the viewing was a completely different property, different part of the country and the seller had a completely different name!! (i.e. not my house!)
When asked what we could do to improve prospects we were told to reduce the price! (Thanks for that!)
Anyway, after a year wasted we went with a high street estate agent and they sold the house within a few months!
Sounds like they were right and you set the price too high if you only got 2 viewings in such a sellers market.
Yeah, lets hope all estate agents lose their jobs eh??? Muppet.
I really hope they do, the business model is completely out of date and no longer works with the internet.
No one should be paying 1% of their property price to sell it. It's a similar story to the black cab drivers who haven't moved with the times and are clinging on to their profession with their finger tips which more innovative business models appear.
My wife is an estate agent, a very successful one who offers an excellent service that people are more than happy to pay for. You're very naive if you think an internet based company offer anything like the same service or get the same result for the vendor. And saying you hope people lose their jobs, well, that just shows you up as being an imbecile.
My experience of estate agents is extremely poor, they have cost me thousands of pounds due to their lies and incompetence. Sure there might be the odd good one, but the industry is renowned for providing awful customer service.
Let's take a step back. Why are estate agents needed? If I want to sell my house it has to be listed on rightmove, zoopla etc. An online estate agent does that.
Now I need to show my house to the interested party. Who is best to do that? Me, as I know about the house. The estate agent knows nothing about the house. I've been shown around countless times by estate agents who just shrug their shoulders when you ask them a question.
Now let's say someone wants to make me an offer. If I'm using an estate agent the conflict of interest and gamesmanship comes in to play so the estate agent can make an extra £50 in commission. With an online estate agent I'm passed the offer and I choose to accept it or decline it. The fee has been paid up front so there is no need to try and squeeze me/the other person to accept the offer. Likewise I won't be called to tell me to lower the price because the branch haven't hit their targets that month.
Your wife is in a dying industry, if she was smart she would see what's coming.
andyb83
99% of the time, a high street estate agent will get you a far better price for your house than any of these flash in the pan internet companies.
Can you back that up please?
P.s. lay off the personal insults as it makes you look a bit silly.
A dying industry? You really are clueless. My wife currently charges 2.25% and is busier than ever. Online estate agents NEVER stick around long. Don't judge an entire industry on your own very limited, poorly concluded opinion.

You haven't backed anything up with a single fact, insults yes but not fact. Come back when you can have a sensible discussion and can explain yourself.

The 2.25% model is not sustainable, it won't last. Taking a few pictures, measuring the room dimensions and then uploading it to rightmove doesn't justify a 2.25% fee! Every individual who goes to an online estate agent to sell their house for £700 will be one less individual who will go to the high street.


Again, proving you have no idea. This company has been running a very, very long time. And you'll find the pictures are taken by a proffesional photography. You also forgot to mention all the marketing on a local scale, ie canvassing ect. Not to mention the mile long list of clients/investors who are contacted and invited to an open house to potentially start a bidding war before the property even hits rightmove and Zoopla. And there's also the bonus of having a RICS qualified agent giving a proper valuation, not some school leaver or part time office worker purely looking at what other properties in the area sold for.
As I've said, you don't know anything about the industry.
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Ecotricity - FREE charging for electric cars and £50 J Lewis vouchers for signing up.

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For the vouchers their will email you with this offer. You have to put your email address in to get a quote but the process is simple and quick. If you are an energy customer of theirs (amd their p… Read More
For the vouchers their will email you with this offer. You have to put your email address in to get a quote but the process is simple and quick. If you are an energy customer of theirs (amd their p…
PG9999 Avatar5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago18 Comments
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I own a 30kw Leaf, advertised range up to 155 miles. Fully charged it has never shown more than 105 mile range.
In reality it is far worse, my daily commute is 36 miles return journey and currently I am having to charge it EVERY DAY as I cannot get 72 miles from a full charge. I am an extremely light footed driver and know how EV's should be driven. Never again will I buy an EV until they sort out the range issues which are quite frankly diabolical!
I have a 24kw leaf and I regularly get over 100 miles per charge. I can only think you travel fast?
No
Something is clearly wrong. Have you thought of taking it back to the garage? Maybe the brake is sticking on slightly?
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muffboy
I own a 30kw Leaf, advertised range up to 155 miles. Fully charged it has never shown more than 105 mile range.
In reality it is far worse, my daily commute is 36 miles return journey and currently I am having to charge it EVERY DAY as I cannot get 72 miles from a full charge. I am an extremely light footed driver and know how EV's should be driven. Never again will I buy an EV until they sort out the range issues which are quite frankly diabolical!
I have a 24kw leaf and I regularly get over 100 miles per charge. I can only think you travel fast?

No
muffboy
I own a 30kw Leaf, advertised range up to 155 miles. Fully charged it has never shown more than 105 mile range.
In reality it is far worse, my daily commute is 36 miles return journey and currently I am having to charge it EVERY DAY as I cannot get 72 miles from a full charge. I am an extremely light footed driver and know how EV's should be driven. Never again will I buy an EV until they sort out the range issues which are quite frankly diabolical!
I have a 24kw leaf and I regularly get over 100 miles per charge. I can only think you travel fast?
Regprentice
muffboy
I own a 30kw Leaf, advertised range up to 155 miles. Fully charged it has never shown more than 105 mile range.
In reality it is far worse, my daily commute is 36 miles return journey and currently I am having to charge it EVERY DAY as I cannot get 72 miles from a full charge. I am an extremely light footed driver and know how EV's should be driven. Never again will I buy an EV until they sort out the range issues which are quite frankly diabolical!
i was surprised by this, i hadnt realised the batteries were so impacted by speed of travel. ive read that at motorway speeds (75mph for an irish motorway refrenced) the leaf only manages a maximum range of 63 miles. and then, as they get older, the batteries hold less and less charge.

I don't use the motorway for this very reason as a 10 mile hop between 2 junctions of the M6 near me at 70 mph would take 35 miles off the range!
Al666
You should get that looked at. Shouldn't take that long on a rapid charger.

You should head to specsavers as you have already been told it doesn't have fast charging. :)
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Goals Football Parties £75.00 for 10 children.

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Just got a leaflet through the door with an offer for £75 for 10 children. Valid at any goals. Just booked with an upgrade to full package for extra £60. Was at another party last month where they… Read More
Just got a leaflet through the door with an offer for £75 for 10 children. Valid at any goals. Just booked with an upgrade to full package for extra £60. Was at another party last month where they…
Wallacio Avatar5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago3 Comments
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I got a coach, cake, goody bags, medals, boot bags and a football for my son for the extra £60. I did go to their actual website to check first. The one in the link is a landing page just for the offer.


Could have bought all that for half the price.
I got a coach, cake, goody bags, medals, boot bags and a football for my son for the extra £60. I did go to their actual website to check first. The one in the link is a landing page just for the offer.
What do you get for the extra £60 ? The website is utter garbage and tells you absolutely nothing.
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Great savings on instyler products, tulip £49.99 instyler UK site

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Great savings on instyler products with free P&P Tulip down from £89.99 to £49.99 Tulip and straight up bundle down from £169.99 to £79.98 Wet to dry and straight up bundle down from £159.98 to £… Read More
Great savings on instyler products with free P&P Tulip down from £89.99 to £49.99 Tulip and straight up bundle down from £169.99 to £79.98 Wet to dry and straight up bundle down from £159.98 to £…
eeyoreworld Avatar5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks agoAdd Comment
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VST SONiVOX Orchestral Companion - Strings PC/Mac £1.00 @ Pluginboutique

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One for music makers only, this £108 VST is down to just £1. Credit to "musical" for the highlght. Will need a s/w audio workstation such as Reaper (reaper.fm) to use it. Note this also requires Read More
One for music makers only, this £108 VST is down to just £1. Credit to "musical" for the highlght. Will need a s/w audio workstation such as Reaper (reaper.fm) to use it. Note this also requires
jazid Avatar5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago28 Comments
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For £1, you can't go wrong. It sounds OK, little muddy but that could just be the recording.
Camiano
Be prepared for a long wait and multiple failed downloads. After paying my £1 I've tried six times. So far I've no complete download (and yes - I do have fibre broadband).
The dl link is only active for 30 days too!
Be prepared for a long wait and multiple failed downloads. After paying my £1 I've tried six times. So far I've no complete download (and yes - I do have fibre broadband).
Great deal, thanks OP!
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Duracell AA Or AAA Batteries - Tub of 24 £7.99 Delivered @ Printer Basics With Code

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Use code: MERRYMON Voucher code: MERRYMON ends at midnight on Tuesday, 20th December 2016. Duracell Batteries offer superior long lasting use. Duracell Batteries are made by the world's number o… Read More
Use code: MERRYMON Voucher code: MERRYMON ends at midnight on Tuesday, 20th December 2016. Duracell Batteries offer superior long lasting use. Duracell Batteries are made by the world's number o…
mbriz Avatar6m, 2d agoFound 6 months, 2 days ago9 Comments
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While the Duracell Ultra batteries are very good, I find the standard ones have a short life. I've been buying GP Ultra batteries and find them much better. IMO. £7.70 from CPC. Free deliveryhttp://cpc.farnell.com/gp-batteries/gppca15au006/battery-ultra-alkaline-aa-bulk/dp/BT05626
These are the same as the ones in entertainer, but 24 for £6 in store there !
None near me. For delivery included still a good deal. Good batteries though


really, I didn't check the website but in store they were all over the tills 2 x 6 pack for 3 quid.

24 Panasonic at Argos , 7.99 , is best I have found so far
check_your_bank
tonysat
While the Duracell Ultra batteries are very good, I find the standard ones have a short life. I've been buying GP Ultra batteries and find them much better. IMO. £7.70 from CPC. Free deliveryhttp://cpc.farnell.com/gp-batteries/gppca15au006/battery-ultra-alkaline-aa-bulk/dp/BT05626
These are the same as the ones in entertainer, but 24 for £6 in store there !
None near me. For delivery included still a good deal. Good batteries though
tonysat
While the Duracell Ultra batteries are very good, I find the standard ones have a short life. I've been buying GP Ultra batteries and find them much better. IMO. £7.70 from CPC. Free deliveryhttp://cpc.farnell.com/gp-batteries/gppca15au006/battery-ultra-alkaline-aa-bulk/dp/BT05626

These are the same as the ones in entertainer, but 24 for £6 in store there !
24 energizer @ argos for 9.99 loads at counter in mine,

24 Panasonic Pro @7.99 - argos - http://www.argos.co.uk/product/2415143

entertainer 2 packs of 6 for £3 so 36 for £9 - an uknown 'high' power cell though, again loads all over the counters.

I'm just about to start my hunt for the biggest battery purchase i will ever make i think , although thankfully it wont be the most expensive.

Edited By: check_your_bank on Dec 20, 2016 14:55
While the Duracell Ultra batteries are very good, I find the standard ones have a short life. I've been buying GP Ultra batteries and find them much better. IMO. £7.70 from CPC. Free delivery
http://cpc.farnell.com/gp-batteries/gppca15au006/battery-ultra-alkaline-aa-bulk/dp/BT05626
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99% off Xpand2 synthesiser, £1.00 @ PluginBoutique

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Brilliant plugin synth from Air. Normally over £100, now £1. Huge value and a great virtual stockings filler. Read More
Brilliant plugin synth from Air. Normally over £100, now £1. Huge value and a great virtual stockings filler.
jevtamsn Avatar6m, 3d agoFound 6 months, 3 days ago13 Comments
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Free here...

http://www.hotukdeals.com/freebies/air-xpand-2-vsti-rompler-2500-presets-now-free-until-new-year-2576687

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hot. thanks op.
Here's a good site for plugin deals.
http://rekkerd.org/deals-deals-deals/
Heat from me. This is a great piece of sw. I got mine included when I bought the m-audio Keystation. It's a "plug-in" so you'll need DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) software to plug it into. I use Ableton Live, which also came with the Keystation. And, of course, you'll need a computer to run it all, and a midi output device to play the music.
I'm going to get the Orchestral companion for a £1 - also a bargain.
interesting.
forwarded to hubby, he is the geek.
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15% off all Otterbox cases. More discount on some products

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Seems like a reasonable deal. Some are available cheaper elsewhere, but others seem to only be available direct from Otterbox. Read More
Seems like a reasonable deal. Some are available cheaper elsewhere, but others seem to only be available direct from Otterbox.
Rogier_Arpignot Avatar6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago2 Comments
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I was hoping for some discounted beaver boxes for Christmas.

Not cock boxes?
I was hoping for some discounted beaver boxes for Christmas.
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THE BEST XMAS TREE! THE ONE WITH GREEN GLOSSY NEEDLES THAT DON'T DROP! Grow your own Nordmann Fir (Abies nordmanniana) bare rooted from £0.95 each £24.70 for 10 but they get cheaper the more you buy @ Jackson's Nurseries (£6.99 delivery)

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Fast growing - 2ft a year in good conditions - beat the retailers at their own game. All you need is a patch of earth or you could do 'wild' gardening - ie plant them on some public land then come cut… Read More
Fast growing - 2ft a year in good conditions - beat the retailers at their own game. All you need is a patch of earth or you could do 'wild' gardening - ie plant them on some public land then come cut…
luvsadealdealdeal Avatar6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago22 Comments
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Useful info not visible on mobile view:

Eventual Height 12m+
Eventual Spread 4m - 8m
Growth Rate Slow
is this a family tree
do i need water? i might plant these in random places around my hometown. they will be shocked when they see q Christmas tree growint
did anybody give them a ring tae ask fer a wee price?
wiffles
even leylandii conifer dont grow 2m a year

How quick do Leylandii grow?
Under good conditions the different types of Leylandii will grow the following amounts:
Green Leylandii - up to 3ft (90cm) a year.
Leylandii 2001 - up to 3ft (90cm) a year.
Leylandii Castlewellan Gold –up to 2ft 6in (75cm) a year
Leylandii Gold Rider – up to 1ft 6 (45cm) a year
http://www.leylandii.com/faq.html
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Unze London Black Friday Sale On - Everything under £19.99

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Unze London who normally have a good selection of fashion items have opened their Black Friday Sale... Everything under £20 now. For their email. Seems to be a good sale.. Read More
Unze London who normally have a good selection of fashion items have opened their Black Friday Sale... Everything under £20 now. For their email. Seems to be a good sale..
gomatimenon Avatar6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks agoAdd Comment
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Black Friday Offer For Families – Play Session For 4 £5.00 (worth £30!) @Gambado

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Visit any Gambados ball park (except Eastleigh) and get entrance for a family of 4 for £5 (Could also be 1 adult 3 children) From their website - "BLACK FRIDAY SALE PLAY SESSION FOR 4 PEOPLE F… Read More
Visit any Gambados ball park (except Eastleigh) and get entrance for a family of 4 for £5 (Could also be 1 adult 3 children) From their website - "BLACK FRIDAY SALE PLAY SESSION FOR 4 PEOPLE F…
cazsilver Avatar7m, 2h agoFound 7 months, 2 hours ago5 Comments
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Yes there was only a limited amount for £5 - but £10 is still good
Now £10 disappointed I missed it at £5
Thanks got mine !
ordered thanks
Won't be playing with my balls in a Gambardos after what happened last time oO
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Outwell Collaps Camping Folding Bowl Large Green at Outdoor Bits for £4.55 + £2.91 delivery £7.46

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Was looking for a food safe bowl for the 'van and found this! Read More
Was looking for a food safe bowl for the 'van and found this!
thekernowking Avatar7m, 12h agoFound 7 months, 12 hours agoAdd Comment
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Superfast Siteground Wordpress Hosting 70% off + FREE Domain.. £2.75/month

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Siteground is a highly specialised Wordpress hosting provider, they're usually really expensive as there speed is actually a lot better than others I've tried (inc GoDaddy) and I've seen that they hav… Read More
Siteground is a highly specialised Wordpress hosting provider, they're usually really expensive as there speed is actually a lot better than others I've tried (inc GoDaddy) and I've seen that they hav…
haziqbaluk Avatar7m, 3d agoFound 7 months, 3 days ago16 Comments
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for me is 70 euros
Have a look today, you may get more off https://www.siteground.com/go/70off

i think same price bro
kypok
for me is 70 euros


Have a look today, you may get more off https://www.siteground.com/go/70off
for me is 70 euros
kypok
is this deal is on on 25th?
hey the deal is always the same..
is this deal is on on 25th?
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Titanic Spa - Flash Sale 2 for 1 Simply Spa Overnight Break £139.00

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2 for 1 FLASH SALE (Save £139) STARTS TUESDAY 15TH NOVEMBER AT 7PM PHONE LINES OPEN FROM 7PM UNTIL 10PM TUESDAY 15TH NOVEMBER PHONE LINES REOPEN AT 8AM WEDNESDAY 16TH NOVEMBER Call 01484 Read More
2 for 1 FLASH SALE (Save £139) STARTS TUESDAY 15TH NOVEMBER AT 7PM PHONE LINES OPEN FROM 7PM UNTIL 10PM TUESDAY 15TH NOVEMBER PHONE LINES REOPEN AT 8AM WEDNESDAY 16TH NOVEMBER Call 01484
harrisp Avatar7m, 6d agoFound 7 months, 6 days ago5 Comments
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bin there 1st time was fab 2nd wasn't as good 3rd time gone down hill time to find somewhere else especially you get out of date cereals in your room for your continental breki..... erm this is a health spa C mon and a very expensive one. but ye don't mind the price if your happy with all after our 3rd visit was not on lots of issues only speaking from our own experience please try for yourselves and Ta so x
Sold out
booked!
Would be a bit cold in that spa, isn't it on the sea bed still?
I can't believe this marked cold! It's an amazing spa, I had a similar deal when they opened but haven't seen anything close since! Definitely worth the money
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Football Manager 2017 for £20.00 (collection) or £23.95 delivered at Stockport County FC

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£20 in the club shop if you collect or £23.95 posted. Read More
£20 in the club shop if you collect or £23.95 posted.
Destard Avatar7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago4 Comments
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Just ordered myself now, does anyone know is it a disk that comes or a code to download it via steam, not sure how it works
Box through the post with a DVD inside it.
Also contains the steam code which you can enter into the steam platform to download the game to your computer.

Awesome thank you! Great deal then glad I ordered just wish it wasn't so much for postage but can't complain
Tshott
Just ordered myself now, does anyone know is it a disk that comes or a code to download it via steam, not sure how it works
Box through the post with a DVD inside it.
Also contains the steam code which you can enter into the steam platform to download the game to your computer.
Just ordered myself now, does anyone know is it a disk that comes or a code to download it via steam, not sure how it works
Now charging £24.95 including postage. Just ordered
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Free Shipping on Orders over £50.00 at Highgrove Gardens

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Free Shipping on Orders over £50.00. Expires on 14.11.2015 Midnight Read More
Free Shipping on Orders over £50.00. Expires on 14.11.2015 Midnight
deniro72 Avatar7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago5 Comments
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Just tried copying and pasting the code given above by deniro and it deducted the postage.
deniro72
Try at the chcekout FREESHIPSIG16 its only for UK standard... Enjoy.. :)

Ok... I did and I get "Voucher code " FREESHIPSIG16" is not valid."
I think we need to give up on this deal


Edited By: Ellie Phant on Nov 11, 2016 16:19
Try at the chcekout FREESHIPSIG16 its only for UK standard... Enjoy.. :)
WHERE?
I can't see how you get free shipping over £50.
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Ridgeback MX20 20 inch wheel bike £191.99 @ www.freeborn.co.uk

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No idea if this retailer are any good, mixed reviews online. Good price on a nice bike. I actually got Evans to price match it and collected it from my nearest store! Read More
No idea if this retailer are any good, mixed reviews online. Good price on a nice bike. I actually got Evans to price match it and collected it from my nearest store!
231bhp Avatar7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago2 Comments
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Yeah really good points, ive been keeping an eye on used islabikes on the bay but theyre mostly down south and go for a lot of money, but then I dont fancy spending nearly 400 quid on a new kids bike.
I would still say its a bit pricey for what it is. These bikes don't hold their value very well (unlike Islabike or Frog bikes) http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Ridgeback-MX-20-Bike-/122204888080?hash=item1c73fa9c10:g:SP0AAOSwImRYFgbU
So you may find in a couple of years when they have outgrown it you are worse off than buying either of the makes mentioned.
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World Duty Free Sale @ The NEC 2-6 December - Free Entry & Parking

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I went last year - its a bit hit and miss, but there were some good savings on some perfumes and drinks, plus some good cheap luggage deals. Entry is free, as is car parking. Its not huge and yo… Read More
I went last year - its a bit hit and miss, but there were some good savings on some perfumes and drinks, plus some good cheap luggage deals. Entry is free, as is car parking. Its not huge and yo…
aing69 Avatar7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago2 Comments
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Hit and miss, bit small, sounds great.
Sounds like some bargains at the Doncaster event last week - fingers crossed for the same here!!
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Gents Surplus Pea Coat £59.99 delivered @ Military1st

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Made of unique, high quality Wool and Viscose blend fabric, this classic, US Navy style pea coat offers exceptional warmth and fashionable vintage feel. Extremely soft shell material and slim fit cut Read More
Made of unique, high quality Wool and Viscose blend fabric, this classic, US Navy style pea coat offers exceptional warmth and fashionable vintage feel. Extremely soft shell material and slim fit cut
decrypt Avatar7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago5 Comments
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To be fair, that's not the same coat (you've posted the "Navy" version) - i quite like the style op posted - would be interested if it could be found cheaper elsewhere.
not sure if I'd be with a walking slit.
Looks like the standard price unless i'm missing something.
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Football Manager 2017 for £30.00 delivered @ FC United

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Cheapest price for a physical copy at the moment. Read More
Cheapest price for a physical copy at the moment.
Destard Avatar7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago6 Comments
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sicmay
No its not
Can you provide a link for a cheaper price for a physical copy thats available at the moment please?


Just search FM17 on here- plenty of cheaper club shops

Or ShopTo via eBay.

So theres at least one. RRP is not a deal
There is a stock shortage for launch due to a Sega balls up.
Technically speaking this is cheaper but in reality just another option saving 1p, 365Games £29.99I think it will be available under £25 closer to Christmas if not physical then certain to be as a download.
sicmay
No its not
Can you provide a link for a cheaper price for a physical copy thats available at the moment please?