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Tu sainsbury's recipe cocktail shaker was £15 now £1.50 (in store only)

£1.50 @ Sainsbury's
I bought this beautiful cocktail shaker stainless steal. It has recipes on it, basically you twist it around and there are ingredients needed for different cocktails (Pinacolada, cosmopolitan etc). Si…
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I bought this beautiful cocktail shaker stainless steal. It has recipes on it, basically you twist it around and there are ingredients needed for different cocktails (Pinacolada, cosmopolitan etc). Similar to the one in the picture. This is in store only.

Added the pictures sorry they look huge....
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#1
Was this instore or online please.
#2
katykicker
Was this instore or online please.


Would expect it to be instore as they have been clearing out drink accessories for a week or two, keep an eye out as it will very but quite a few good quality bargains to be had.

Heat from me. :)



Midge
#3
Thanks, heat from me too!
#4
katykicker
Was this instore or online please.


Sorry this in store only will amend the original.
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#7
Thats a good deal for a cocktail shaker
#8
This might not be the same price everywhere but it probably will still be reduced. When things like this are discontinued the reduction is automatically set by the system depending on

a) how many have sold in a certain time period (eg the last 3 months) and
b) how many are in stock.

If you have say 50 of them in stock and you've only sold 10 in the last 3 months then expect it to drop by the highest amount (90%). If you've got 4 in stock and you've sold 30 in the last 3 months then there won't be much of a reduction.

Knowing this and having access to the inventory management system it's pretty easy to find when things are going to be ultra cheap, for example I bought a £50 kettle for £5 last year, a mobile phone for £4, and I almost had a £150 DVD surround system for £15 but another colleague already had dibs on it.

Edited By: madasadog on Oct 17, 2010 19:52: typo

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