Why doesn't the price and retailer automatically go in the title? - HotUKDeals
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banned#1
the system isn't that intuative i guess
#2
fragaliciousbob
the system isn't that intuative i guess


I'm sure it can be, with things like expired going into the title when it's clicked I'm sure the price and retailer could be done with no problem.
#3
I suppose there would be problems with the price and the postage cost, especially where the OP lists discounts and Quidco. The final price may not be the same for everyone, so the system cannot automatically add the price.
#4
Predikuesi
I suppose there would be problems with the price and the postage cost, especially where the OP lists discounts and Quidco. The final price may not be the same for everyone, so the system cannot automatically add the price.


Same problem at the moment though, as long as the final price is calculated properly then it works.

If the final price isn't calculated properly then we'd get the same problem with the person that did the calculation putting the wrong price in the title anyway.

The final price should be the total price including VAT and delivery and minus any proper cashbacks, ie if there's £50 cashback on that item then that should be taken off. Quidco etc doesn't apply.

If there's a voucher then the OP could either list as full price and put £5 voucher available in the title or list it with the voucher already taken off. This is no different to how it currently works apart from it forces there to be a price in the title which would help everyone.

It's only the same as full view where the price is shown, just means for text only you're guarenteed to see a price without having to go into every thread. Even if the price isn't exactly right it'll give you a good idea, ie if a pc is listed I'd look at it if it was about £300 whereas a £1000 pc I wouldn't bother with. This would show me that the rough price is £1000 without having to look at the thread.

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