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Amazon.co.uk £50 Gift Certificate - £45.00

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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
As title, got a £50 GC that needs a good home, expires 2010, maybe good if you're going to buy something off Amazon anyway but want to save another few quid?

I'm new to trading on HDUK, but got lots of feedback on eBay (I'm daiouk).

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Cheers
Bill Bennett
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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
I'll offer £40 but would want the code first.

Btw, you can't advertise your email address like this - it's tantamount to enticing people to deal off the boards.
#2
I'd offer £42.50 if you'd take a BT on the proviso that you send first.
#3
Jonny_K
I'd offer £42.50 if you'd take a BT on the proviso that you send first.


Was it you who stepped aside last time for me Jonny_K? I need to know before thinking about whether to increase my bid :)
#4
Liddle ol' me
Was it you who stepped aside last time for me Jonny_K? I need to know before thinking about whether to increase my bid :)


Yeah, but feel free to make a better offer dude, as I remember the other seller didn't sell them to anyone so it's not like you benefitted it the end.
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Jonny_K
Yeah, but feel free to make a better offer dude, as I remember the other seller didn't sell them to anyone so it's not like you benefitted it the end.


Oh right. I'd forgotten that! But no, despite not getting them, it's the gesture that counts. I won't beat your offer. And anyway, it's a good offer for the OP :thumbsup:
#6
Liddle ol' me
Oh right. I'd forgotten that! But no, despite not getting them, it's the gesture that counts. I won't beat your offer. And anyway, it's a good offer for the OP :thumbsup:


Cheers dude
#7
I'd go to £43, also on the proviso that you send first
#8
i would give you asking if you send first
#9
caz1cool
I'd go to £43, also on the proviso that you send first

You've got PM :)
#10
billbennett1
You've got PM :)


hang on i offered asking price ?
#11
marke1
hang on i offered asking price ?


Probably because of that particular Neg mate
#12
marke1
hang on i offered asking price ?


Its up to the OP who he sells to
#13
I've decided to sell this item elsewhere, and I understand rules are that an item cannot be listed on HDUK and elsewhere simultaneously, so it's no longer for sale here.

Apologies for my newbie-ness :(
#14
billbennett1
I've decided to sell this item elsewhere, and I understand rules are that an item cannot be listed on HDUK and elsewhere simultaneously, so it's no longer for sale here.

Apologies for my newbie-ness :(


? you pm'd me! why are you now selling elsewhere?
#15
just received the following pm from op

Caz,

I'm really sorry to mess you about but I've just got to work and a colleague has offered me £50 cash for it, and in these times as I'm sure you can understand, we all need to stretch every penny, so I'm going to have to declare it as "no longer available".

I'm really sorry to mess you about, and thank you for your understanding.

Bill

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