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WTD: ITUNES GIFT CARDS

hawick Avatar
6y, 2w agoPosted 6 years, 2 weeks agoFeedback:452 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
As above really need a couple for xmas gifts , were on offer at argosbut couldbt get there to get them

anyone have any they wont need?
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hawick Avatar
6y, 2w agoPosted 6 years, 2 weeks agoFeedback:452 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
I have a £25 one
#2
cantello
I have a £25 one

yip and i had said id trade you for the amazon vouchers but you have no feedback so would want you to post first.

do you want to sell or trade? will give £18 cash or amazon whatever you prefer

Edited By: hawick on Nov 17, 2010 19:19: .
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#4
I have a £15 one; how would you be looking for them to be sent?
#5
Bass_Monkey
I have a £15 one; how would you be looking for them to be sent?

would be needing the actual card as is to put in with a xmas pressie x (if thats what you ment lol)

Edited By: hawick on Nov 17, 2010 22:09
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hawick
Bass_Monkey
I have a £15 one; how would you be looking for them to be sent?


would be needing the actual card as is to put in with a xmas pressie x (if thats what you ment lol)


That part I had assumed, given the mention in the OP about giving them as Christmas presents; thus needing a physical item to give.

What I meant was, via which postal method? :) As obviously cheapest to send would be 2nd class, versus 1st class or recorded etc; which is something I'd factor in to the price I'd be able to offer the item at, you see.
#7
Bass_Monkey
hawick
Bass_Monkey
I have a £15 one; how would you be looking for them to be sent?
would be needing the actual card as is to put in with a xmas pressie x (if thats what you ment lol)
That part I had assumed, given the mention in the OP about giving them as Christmas presents; thus needing a physical item to give.What I meant was, via which postal method? :) As obviously cheapest to send would be 2nd class, versus 1st class or recorded etc; which is something I'd factor in to the price I'd be able to offer the item at, you see.

ah sorry lol ,just 2nd class is fine x
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bumpy
#9
hawick
ah sorry lol ,just 2nd class is fine x


Can do the £15 one I've got for £13.50 delivered, if you fancied it? :)
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