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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Xbox live 13 months subcription code available. £29 paypal delivered to your email as soon as you pay.

Any questions just ask.

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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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banned#1
theres a site where you can get this for £25 not sure what its called sure someone else on here knows
#2
With no rep you'll be expected to send code first.
banned#3
i've seen a site for these @ £22.99 give me a couple of mins and i'll find it
#4
£25 here mate,they take Paypal as well :

http://www.jasper1675.com/newuk12gold.html
banned#5
Corpse
thers a site whre u can get this for £25 not sure what its called sure someone else on here knows


i think your talking about this one: http://jasper1675.com/newuk12gold.html

^^^sorry your post wasn't showing up on my browser.
#6
natversion1
With no rep you'll be expected to send code first.


I would like to see that too :)
#7
natversion1
With no rep you'll be expected to send code first.


what >?? That not a policy or requirment on here

Rep means jack
#8
If by the end of the week I havent sold it I will match the price of £25 however not now.
#9
dandoc2
what >?? That not a policy or requirment on here

Rep means jack


agreed, surely I can't send the code first - :whistling:
#10
HaRdy
agreed, surely I can't send the code first - :whistling:


Never send off something you havent got the money for - if you send it off it could "get lost"
Always get the money first never compromise
If the buyer loses their money theres always paypal protection
#11
dandoc2
Never send off something you havent got the money for - if you send it off it could "get lost"
Always get the money first never compromise
If the buyer loses their money theres always paypal protection


Agreed. i'm paypal verified if that helps anyone who has any concerns.
#12
dandoc2
what >?? That not a policy or requirment on here

Rep means jack


I meant feedback and no it's neither a policy or requirement but most scammers on here have no feedback so confidence in you with no feedback will be low.

Plus it's overpriced based on that other site.
#13
I can offer £20 (given that it's available for £25 or possibly lower online) via PayPal.
#14
why would you wait for someone to come and pay more than what its going for, I fail to see what your trying to achieve. With no feedback it would have to be a good price for anyone to even consider you.
#15
benhorne12
why would you wait for someone to come and pay more than what its going for, I fail to see what your trying to achieve. With no feedback it would have to be a good price for anyone to even consider you.


Thats the problem with sites like this, people use it as an excuse to get things cheap as possible.

its not a bad price, just because its cheaper elsewhere doesnt mean that it isnt. its just not as great a deal.
#16
dandoc2
Never send off something you havent got the money for - if you send it off it could "get lost"
Always get the money first never compromise
If the buyer loses their money theres always paypal protection


Life is a series of compromises and the point about the send-before-I-pay request is that trades done online (esp. with new members) are based on trust, and, if you think about it, that trust has to work both ways. In the end, somebody has to take a chance (i.e. compromise). If we all took the 'never compromise' attitude, then nothing would get traded and we might as well just go to stores for our purchases... Personally, I think that a new member with zero feedback and no verifiable feedback elsewhere should be prepared to trust a member that is well known and has a decet amount of trading feedback (I agree that rep means diddly squat though :))
#17
Liddle ol' me
Life is a series of compromises and the point about the send-before-I-pay request is that trades done online (esp. with new members) are based on trust, and, if you think about it, that trust has to work both ways. In the end, somebody has to take a chance (i.e. compromise). If we all took the 'never compromise' attitude, then nothing would get traded and we might as well just go to stores for our purchases... Personally, I think that a new member with zero feedback and no verifiable feedback elsewhere should be prepared to trust a member that is well known and has a decet amount of trading feedback (I agree that rep means diddly squat though :))


It was a typo :p
banned#18
ryouga
Thats the problem with sites like this, people use it as an excuse to get things cheap as possible.

its not a bad price, just because its cheaper elsewhere doesnt mean that it isnt. its just not as great a deal.


yeah it does, its not a great deal because its cheaper else where. if it wasn't cheaper elsewhere it would be a good deal.

oh and the whole point of this site is so that people can get things as cheap as possible
#19
Ouch! didn't think this would become such a stir - mods please close.
#20
benhorne12
why would you wait for someone to come and pay more than what its going for, I fail to see what your trying to achieve. With no feedback it would have to be a good price for anyone to even consider you.


Considering they retail at £40 I think it is a fair price - however maybe not the cheapest I am up for negotitation. Just because I have no feedback doesn't mean nothing - we all start somewhere rite? Now keep your smart ass comments to yourself - thanks
#21
Maybe it got missed in all the analysis, but I did actually offer £20. Maybe it's too low for you, I don't know, but would have been nice to get a reply!
#22
HaRdy
Considering they retail at £40 I think it is a fair price - however maybe not the cheapest I am up for negotitation. Just because I have no feedback doesn't mean nothing - we all start somewhere rite? Now keep your smart ass comments to yourself - thanks


no need to be an ******** when I'm stating the obvious. Just because the RRP is higher than what you want doesnt mean its the cheapest. Several people have already posted the link to the £25 codes, you must be very thick if your trying to argue your case.
#23
ajbrown141
Maybe it got missed in all the analysis, but I did actually offer £20. Maybe it's too low for you, I don't know, but would have been nice to get a reply!


Hi,

Sorry missed this thread completly - I sell all the codes on ebay now 1 month , 3 month and 13 but either way £20 is too low thanks anyway.

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