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FS: Unwanted Marks and Spencer Voucher £90.00

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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
£99 M&s Credit Voucher
expired NOV 2009

unwanted credit voucher from returned gifts.
looking to sell for £90. In terms of 2moro M&S sale you will have total 30% off on your spending.If you interested please contact me

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/270096/marks-and-spencer-sale-on-thursday/

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/278530/20-and-40-off-day-m-s-thurs-20th/
- oforange
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Must pick up in person in manchester area. Ideally, Marks in trafford center.

Don't want to post because insurance is not covered. however, will post by first class recorded on your own risk.
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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banned#1
Can you use off of your groceries
#2
anything in any marks instore, except domestic, technology or electrical items costing over £100. Also, you don't have to use all the amount at once. The change can be issued on a new credit voucher with original expired date.
#3
You can use recorded delivery to have it insured for up to £100 I think it is.

Obviously this costs more so may not be of interest to you, but thought I'd let you know :)
#4
mitchwales
You can use recorded delivery to have it insured for up to £100 I think it is.

Obviously this costs more so may not be of interest to you, but thought I'd let you know :)


Do you mean Special Delivery?
#5
I'll offer £50 (I'm skint :-D)
#6
What times are you available for collection Thursday 20th in M&S Trafford Centre?
#7
between 2 and 4.
#8
mitchwales
You can use recorded delivery to have it insured for up to £100 I think it is.

Obviously this costs more so may not be of interest to you, but thought I'd let you know :)


they treat this as cash, so there is no insurance to cover it.

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