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USC - Buy One Get One Half Price - Men's Jeans and Women's Dresses

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Buy any full price men's jeans and get your second pair half price. Same deal with women's full price dresses. Can also use £15.00 off £100 spend code: USC15OFF I got a pair of G-Star jean… Read More
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7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago
Buy any full price men's jeans and get your second pair half price. Same deal with women's full price dresses.

Can also use £15.00 off £100 spend code: USC15OFF

I got a pair of G-Star jeans and a pair of Diesel jeans for £139, which is not bad!

Offer only on for 24 hours and expires at 4pm!
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#1
£140 for 2 pairs of jeans? :shock:
#2
I think the code says it all.

'USC OFF!'

Probably still a bargain tho.

Wouldn't know.

I have never spent more than £35 on a pair of jeans.
#3
s-j-cooper
£140 for 2 pairs of jeans? :shock:


Why do people, who clearly don't shop in places like this (not saying i do or don't either btw), post messages like that, when OBVIOUSLY jeans are this price from such places, and for such brands?

It isn't about whether 'you' think thats ridiculous money for jeans, its about whether or not two pairs of jeans that would have cost say £180, and can be had for £140, is a good deal.
#4
R0N4LD;6065674
Why do people, who clearly don't shop in places like this (not saying i do or don't either btw), post messages like that, when OBVIOUSLY jeans are this price from such places, and for such brands?

It isn't about whether 'you' think thats ridiculous money for jeans, its about whether or not two pairs of jeans that would have cost say £180, and can be had for £140, is a good deal.

Maybe its not "OBVIOUSLY"... and it is a forum for people to post what they wish (within the rules) so nothing wrong with their comment!
#5
Thanks R0N4LD!

WIthout the offer and the discount code the jeans would have cost me £199... so a saving of £60 in my opinion is good!
#6
(Dont want to offend anyone, BUT....)

Oh my goodness, how much!!!!!!!!!!!! .............for jeans!!!!!!!!!!!!!!............ Is this site suddenly being directed at footballers and movie stars?????????

Anyone who doesnt vote cold obviously does not really need to be looking at a site that aims to save people money because to pay that much for a pair of jeans they cannot know the value of money anyway.

Credit Crunch, recession, unemployment, homelessness, famine, blah blah blah, yadda, yadda, yadda.

P.S. Tesco value jeans £2.94. HOT DEAL! - Give the other £136.06 to someone who needs it! (you designer label bearing shallow individual!- no offence intended)
#7
Gary, maybe their comments are fair, but my guess is that they're voting cold simply because they themselves wouldn't be willing to fork out this kind of money for clothes. They're not thinking about the fact that this is actually a decent saving for those who would buy this kind of thing.
#8
glesgabhoy1888;6065730
Gary, maybe their comments are fair, but my guess is that they're voting cold simply because they themselves wouldn't be willing to fork out this kind of money for clothes. They're not thinking about the fact that this is actually a decent saving for those who would buy this kind of thing.

They didnt say they voted cold... :?
#9
Sorry, but I just assumed they did due to the negative comments.

Main thing is that someone might see this and it will be a good deal for them, just like it was for me. Hopefully got someone a saving today.
#10
If you like labels on your jeans I recommned MandMDirect:

http://www.mandmdirect.com/ProductList.asp?Filter=1|Mens|5|Jeans&a=resetsearch

Various jeans from £15 including Firetrap, RipCurl, Oakley, Sonnetti, French Connection, Crosshatch, Diesel etc
#11
Sorry, probably rubbed someone up the wrong way with my earlier comments.... so, in case you need a little more retail therapy (whilst others try and work out how to meet their mortgage payments for the month).....

More "cheap jeans" here!

http://everystyle.co.uk/womens/clothing/shop_USC_Jeans.html
#12
nice bum !!! e.g the photo
#13
Phwoooar yeh nice bum! Lol thanks for the link I didnt go with the deal but picked up a pair of Diesel jeans on sale for £34 =D I normally get my jeans at River Island or Republic for around £40 to £50, dont like spending much more than that unless there a pair a reallyyyy like. Voted Hot if I can figure put how !
#14
Eez1;6066162
Phwoooar yeh nice bum!

http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_4ow2Juu7nMo/SNgQKR6LEFI/AAAAAAAAHoY/O140BDzzhwY/s400/USC.jpg
#15
Hot! I love this shop and I would and have spent £100+ on one pair of jeans so would definitely spend £140ish for 2.
banned#16
R0N4LD
Why do people, who clearly don't shop in places like this (not saying i do or don't either btw), post messages like that, when OBVIOUSLY jeans are this price from such places, and for such brands?

It isn't about whether 'you' think thats ridiculous money for jeans, its about whether or not two pairs of jeans that would have cost say £180, and can be had for £140, is a good deal.


amazing what a bit of 'branding' can do to a basic pair of jeans that at best cost £10 (or less) to produce.

in essence you are paying £120 profit/taxes just to feel like you have something of 'value'
#17
glesgabhoy1888
Gary, maybe their comments are fair, but my guess is that they're voting cold simply because they themselves wouldn't be willing to fork out this kind of money for clothes. They're not thinking about the fact that this is actually a decent saving for those who would buy this kind of thing.


I didn't vote either way. I think £140 for two pairs of jeans is ridiculous, but fair enough if those exact ones can't be found anywhere else for cheaper. I, personally, will not vote hot at that price though. :thumbsup:
#18
gary_rip
http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_4ow2Juu7nMo/SNgQKR6LEFI/AAAAAAAAHoY/O140BDzzhwY/s400/USC.jpg


:-D yep I really wasn't expecting what came up when I used google images to search for USC :-D
#19
TOO-TIGHT-TO-PAY
(Dont want to offend anyone, BUT....)

Oh my goodness, how much!!!!!!!!!!!! .............for jeans!!!!!!!!!!!!!!............ Is this site suddenly being directed at footballers and movie stars?????????

Anyone who doesnt vote cold obviously does not really need to be looking at a site that aims to save people money because to pay that much for a pair of jeans they cannot know the value of money anyway.

Credit Crunch, recession, unemployment, homelessness, famine, blah blah blah, yadda, yadda, yadda.

P.S. Tesco value jeans £2.94. HOT DEAL! - Give the other £136.06 to someone who needs it! (you designer label bearing shallow individual!- no offence intended)


To be fair, there are things like life-size Trekkie chairs and Star Wars characters posted on here for £1,000+, which have been voted hot. That this post incurs so much wrath is a bit surprising. At least jeans are useful... unlike a massive Clone Trooper :)
#20
That is perfect...I think we should vote hot just on pic ......
#21
andym1000
To be fair, there are things like life-size Trekkie chairs and Star Wars characters posted on here for £1,000+, which have been voted hot. That this post incurs so much wrath is a bit surprising. At least jeans are useful... unlike a massive Clone Trooper :)


Wow, cool, stuff the credit crunch, I gotta get me a massive Clone Trooper! do you have a link/ photos/ dimensions!!!!!:thumbsup:
#22
andym1000
To be fair, there are things like life-size Trekkie chairs and Star Wars characters posted on here for £1,000+, which have been voted hot. That this post incurs so much wrath is a bit surprising. At least jeans are useful... unlike a massive Clone Trooper :)


To be fair, though, the life-size Trekkie/Star Wars characters are rare/unique and therein lies their value. Their prices may be inflated, but they are not high volume consumer items and so maintain value (in specific markets). Jeans may not all be equal, but there are such similar makes that, for me, it seems ridiculous to pay so much. For £40 or less you can find such a variety of jeans that there will be some that are better quality, some that look better etc etc etc... It's all choice as to how you recognise value - especially with fashion (and some people are more swayed by marketing than others). Most other products and brands earn most of their value through (relatively) tangible attributes such as reliability, customer service, specifications... plus a bit of marketing.
#23
Trosticles
To be fair, though, the life-size Trekkie/Star Wars characters are rare/unique and therein lies their value. Their prices may be inflated, but they are not high volume consumer items and so maintain value (in specific markets). Jeans may not all be equal, but there are such similar makes that, for me, it seems ridiculous to pay so much. For £40 or less you can find such a variety of jeans that there will be some that are better quality, some that look better etc etc etc... It's all choice as to how you recognise value - especially with fashion (and some people are more swayed by marketing than others). Most other products and brands earn most of their value through (relatively) tangible attributes such as reliability, customer service, specifications... plus a bit of marketing.


agreed. i've never paid more than £40 for jeans myself and probably never will - it just seemed odd that this was picked out as a ridiculous thing to be frittering away money on, when almost anything could be argued as being good or bad value, depending on what it's worth to the individual. i haven't voted either hot or cold as £120 for jeans is so far out of my consideration, the deal (and it is a deal if you tend to spend so much) is obviously not aimed at the likes of me :)
#24
my trousers were £3

george michael "the clothes do not make the man".

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