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banned#1
Why on Earth would you want to do that?

Surely, ultimately the decision will be based on whats good for you, not following blindly on what others think? Crikey, I've seen a fair few "hot deals" that I wouldn't touch with yours!!!!!
#2
Right... thanks for that guv. I use the score as an indication as to what everyone else thinks of the offer. For example, some of the Dell deals that are posted; years ago I used to know everything about computer hardware and prices, but now I've lost interest. A high score generally tells me it's a deal worth considering.

Anyway, is there any way to do this? Admin?
#3
Just have to agree with Sunni, nothing wrong with using the heat as a guide to how good a deal is, especially if you not too savvy about the product.
banned#4
Sunni
Right... thanks for that guv. I use the score as an indication as to what everyone else thinks of the offer. For example, some of the Dell deals that are posted; years ago I used to know everything about computer hardware and prices, but now I've lost interest. A high score generally tells me it's a deal worth considering.



Fair enough. As you say, its not shown at the moment, but there is no reason that info couldn't be added into the feed itself.

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