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Spree Books Tayside £1.00

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5y, 8m agoPosted 5 years, 8 months agoFeedback:173 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Hi these are discount voucher books you get for your local area, has anyone got one or two lying around that they are willing to sell I can pick them up on my way to perth tomorrow travelling from glasgow.

You have to buy these books so they have a retail vlue although I'm unsure of the rrp
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5y, 8m agoPosted 5 years, 8 months agoFeedback:173 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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sorry double post
#2
Books cost around £20 so good luck getting someone to part with one for £1 especially as they still have 6 months of use left on them.
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blowbrown
Books cost around £20 so good luck getting someone to part with one for £1 especially as they still have 6 months of use left on them.



Books are available online for £11 but too late to order them, Never asked anyone to sell me them for a £1
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elaine32
blowbrown
Books cost around £20 so good luck getting someone to part with one for £1 especially as they still have 6 months of use left on them.


Books are available online for £11 but too late to order them, Never asked anyone to sell me them for a £1
They tend to reduce the price as they near expiry. As for not asking for one for £1, then why does it have a £1 on the right hand side of your OP?
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blowbrown
elaine32
blowbrown
Books cost around £20 so good luck getting someone to part with one for £1 especially as they still have 6 months of use left on them.



Books are available online for £11 but too late to order them, Never asked anyone to sell me them for a £1

They tend to reduce the price as they near expiry. As for not asking for one for £1, then why does it have a £1 on the right hand side of your OP?



As I have to put something in box, if you were a frequent viewer of for sale/trade you would know it is the seller that states selling price not the buyer.
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Did not know that. My apologies. Can you not just leave the box blank?

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