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River Island Gift Vouchers £80.00

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Hi all :) Just thought i'd see if anyone wanted these. Rather, than me spending them, for the sake of it over the christmas. Would make a nice present! Or...treat yourself! :) Sen…
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6y, 2m agoPosted 6 years, 2 months agoFeedback:6 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Hi all :)

Just thought i'd see if anyone wanted these. Rather, than me spending them, for the sake of it over the christmas.


Would make a nice present!
Or...treat yourself! :)

Sent via Special delivery.
I have 136 positive feedback on Ebay and no negs :)
Shipping/Payment:
I must have payment before i will send.
Payment to be made via BT or Paypal please. (No Echeques)
Location:
Birmingham
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6y, 2m agoPosted 6 years, 2 months agoFeedback:6 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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1 Like #1
No offence but nobody in their right mind is going to send you £80 to recieve £80 worth of vouchers when you have absolutley zero feedback. eBay feedback is completely irrelevant and has no correspondance to hukd. Only way you will sell these is if you post first as all new members building up a reputation have to.
#2
None taken :)

Why is Ebay feedback irrelevant?
Well if that feedback is so irrelevant. I have nothing lol.

Wouldn't mind if it was something i was selling that was cheaper :)

Edited By: Babylove on Dec 08, 2010 10:27: put the wrong thing
#4
I will offer you £50 - strictly on the basis that you send first and I will pay on recepit (you can send recorded so you know when I receive them).
#5
Where in birmingham are you... are you willing to split?
#6
I will offer you £50 - strictly on the basis that you send first and I will pay on recepit (you can send recorded so you know when I receive them).


No, thanks.
I think with these .I might put them on Ebay the weekend..
As am not prepared to send without payment first.

Thanks anyway :)



Edited By: Babylove on Dec 08, 2010 15:06
#7
Where in birmingham are you... are you willing to split?

Pm'd you :)
Do not want to split. Unless you were picking them up?
#8
I would be willing to go to £60....
#9
I would be willing to go to £60....

Would take £75. Am sending via Special delivery which is over a fiver. Selling at £75 says i get around £70. Also if was going to pay via Paypal. There will be fees there too as do not want gift. As no cover. So BT prefered.

Thanks :)
#10
I think i will leave this on for another couple of hours. (Until 7.00pm).
Then i think i will list it on Ebay :)

Anyone interested before then let me know :)
#11
How much collected?
#12
Hi Lincolnsmommy, I have now listed them on Ebay, sorry!
#13
you need to expire this if listed elsewhere
#14
you need to expire this if listed elsewhere

Ok, Thanks. Have done it :)
2 Likes #15
how silly expecting £80 cash for £80 vouchers, can't see the plus for it, might as well get them from river island :)
#16
Sold - £79 - Ebay
#17
flloydee2
how silly expecting £80 cash for £80 vouchers, can't see the plus for it, might as well get them from river island :)

Your opinion :)
1 Like #18
Babylove, it isnt their opinion.
It just makes no sense at all.

Why pay £80 for £80 worth of vouchers.

Why would ANYBODY do that?
#19
Babylove
Sold - £79 - Ebay


Plus ebays 10% final value fee :p

Edited By: DejaEntendu on Dec 17, 2010 15:55
#20
doritos
Babylove, it isnt their opinion.It just makes no sense at all.Why pay £80 for £80 worth of vouchers.Why would ANYBODY do that?

But it is there opinion.
Obviously yours too :)

If i do have to explain!
I have seen Marks and Spencers vouchers go for their value on here.
So that is the reason i done this.
Maybe someone can't get out. I don't know their reasons!

I then expected there to be offers....

Anyway who cares....don't worry about it :)

Plus ebays 10% final value fee
Still good though? :)

Edited By: Babylove on Dec 19, 2010 02:23
1 Like #21
Not really no.

£79 - £7.90 - £2.89 = £68.21.

Thats even before postage...

Surely it would have been better to negotiate further with someone on the thread.

Nobody EVER in their right mind would offer cash price for the same amount in vouchers, there is no logic to it.
Whatever you think is my opinion or anybody elses.

Simples.
#22
I've seen vouchers go for more than their value on Ebay, people who buy them have money in their PP accounts so don't want the money to go through their bank accounts or they'll have declare their earnings.

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