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UniBond 1807921 Aero-360 Moisture Absorber Refills (2x Refill) £4.99 @ Amazon (free delivery £10 spend/prime)

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2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago
Less than a fiver for two of them is cheapest I've seen.
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#1
Same price in Robert Dyas.
#2
They have been cheaper.
#3
These are £4.99 everywhere, why is this a deal?
#4
These are £7 in asda
#5
They have been cheaper but that doesn't help who needs them now. Me!

They are cheaper EVERYWHERE? Google certainly disagrees. Somewhere perhaps but not everywhere. Particularly if you are prime etc with free P&P
#6
Spannerism
They have been cheaper but that doesn't help who needs them now. Me!

They are cheaper EVERYWHERE? Google certainly disagrees. Somewhere perhaps but not everywhere. Particularly if you are prime etc with free P&P

These have been 4.99 for ages in Robert Dyas, it's a bit like posting £1 loaves of bread as a deal when they have been that price for as long as people can remember.

Google certainly isn't the best way to find a cheaper price as they only find selected retailers who I assume have to pay Google to appear in shopping searches. So I still say no deal.
#7
If u want them now, surely u have an asda nearby???
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nickc74
Spannerism
They have been cheaper but that doesn't help who needs them now. Me!

They are cheaper EVERYWHERE? Google certainly disagrees. Somewhere perhaps but not everywhere. Particularly if you are prime etc with free P&P

These have been 4.99 for ages in Robert Dyas, it's a bit like posting £1 loaves of bread as a deal when they have been that price for as long as people can remember.

Google certainly isn't the best way to find a cheaper price as they only find selected retailers who I assume have to pay Google to appear in shopping searches. So I still say no deal.


I've no idea where there is a Robert Dyas near me. Nor do I think they will deliver it to my door within a couple of days of payment. Nor do I have to deal with going to find said Robert Dyas, fight off the other shopping zombies, pay for petrol to get there.....I could continue. Long live the online shopper! Especially when it's the same price as the high street (in this case Robert somebody.)
#9
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Spannerism
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nickc74
Spannerism
They have been cheaper but that doesn't help who needs them now. Me!

They are cheaper EVERYWHERE? Google certainly disagrees. Somewhere perhaps but not everywhere. Particularly if you are prime etc with free P&P

These have been 4.99 for ages in Robert Dyas, it's a bit like posting £1 loaves of bread as a deal when they have been that price for as long as people can remember.

Google certainly isn't the best way to find a cheaper price as they only find selected retailers who I assume have to pay Google to appear in shopping searches. So I still say no deal.


I've no idea where there is a Robert Dyas near me. Nor do I think they will deliver it to my door within a couple of days of payment. Nor do I have to deal with going to find said Robert Dyas, fight off the other shopping zombies, pay for petrol to get there.....I could continue. Long live the online shopper! Especially when it's the same price as the high street (in this case Robert somebody.)



I don't understand, you want one now yet will have to wait for delivery??
#11
Richje - someone said they "have" been cheaper. This indicates they are talking of a price from the past. This is obviously no good for those that want to buy now/tomorrow/next Tuesday etc etc
#12
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Spannerism
Richje - someone said they "have" been cheaper. This indicates they are talking of a price from the past. This is obviously no good for those that want to buy now/tomorrow/next Tuesday etc etc


I agree, I was merely pointing out that if u needed one now, go to asda who sell them aswell as the box to put them in instead of waiting for delivery which would suggest you don't need one now.
#13
Rich - you're still missing the point. Nevermind.

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