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Wanted: up to £60 amazon vouchers. Any denominations.

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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months agoFeedback:1 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Looking to buy something from amazon, anyone got any vouchers they want to sell?
I can pay by paypal.
Thanks.
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months agoFeedback:1 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
I have £60 of Amazon vouchers comprised of 2x £15.00, 3x £10.00

I'll let them go for face value...
#2
Thank you but I was looking to save some money by buying the vouchers. Let me know if you are willing to do a deal on them otherwise it's easier for me using a credit card.
#3
Ok, how about £55.00...

edit: a quick google reveals that quanti.co.uk offers 6% cashback on Amazon.co.uk purchases, which may be of some use to you...
#4
They say vouchers make about 80% of face value on here, which would be £48, but before we start haggling, do you have an ebay account with seller feedback? It's just you are reasonably new here and have no feedback and I want to make sure I'm safe here if that's alright. And do you accept paypal? Or only BT?
#5
reasonably new? I've only been here one fewer month than you...
I use the same username on eBay.
And I accept both paypal and bank transfer

amazon vouchers always go for face value if not higher on ebay, so I would say that my offer is very reasonable.
#6
I looked at your post count, not the date, sorry about that.
Would you accept £52?
#7
I have sent you a word over ebay for security, when you get that let me know.
#8
No worries.
I'll meet you halfway at £53.50.

edit: ...python!
#9
£53? lol, every penny counts! and it is probably easier for me to do instant bank transfer actually as otherwise there are paypal costs as I just read you have to have a paypal balance for the free one?!
Could we do it in stages, if I sent £10 bt and you sent one £10 voucher then I can make sure it works alright before the rest of the money is paid and vouchers sent?
#10
ehosin
No worries.
I'll meet you halfway at £53.50.

edit: ...python!


What does python mean?...sorry...
#11
python, as in...monty python!

Ok, £53 agreed, via bank transfer.

I don't mind doing an initial transaction for you to test the voucher.

The bank transfer may well be instant from your side, but does it show instantly in the recipient's account?
#12
My dad's bt was instant on my end last week. I am with natwest, you?
Want to do this quickly now, I'm falling asleep. Think we should move this to pm for details and all that.
#13
Natwest also.
PM sent
#14
ehosin
python, as in...monty python!

Ok, £53 agreed, via bank transfer.

I don't mind doing an initial transaction for you to test the voucher.

The bank transfer may well be instant from your side, but does it show instantly in the recipient's account?


Hehe, too sleepy to notice. I was brought up on the life of brian, I should know better!
#15
ehosin
Natwest also.
PM sent


Perfect. I have sent you a pm, I just don't want to fall asleep mid-deal.
I'm kicking myself about the python...shameful...
#16
Perfect transaction - thank you Ali, feedback left. Have a super weekend.

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