Three free Glass's guide 'trade in valuations' - Worth £3.50 - HotUKDeals
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Glass's Motoring Guide can help you find out what the value of your car is today. By clicking on the link below, you'll be taken to the Glass's online valuation tool, where you will be asked a series of questions about your car.

Glass's part exchange valuations cost £2.95 for three trade-in values and one retail value from http://www.glass.co.uk. On your behalf, Vauxhall will cover the cost of using Glass's for the three trade-in valuations. To take advantage of this free service, click on the hyperlink!

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#1
This is free on the Vauxhall website, takes some digging to find the link, but it is there and no restriction on valuations.
#2
nice one
#3
LOL, this has been available for years! Its not a new service or deal, its been possible to get the free 3 trade values for a very long time.

Note you don't get a retail value, which you would do with the paid Glass's valuations.
#4
This has been posted quite a few times before on here.
#5
I use the webuyanycar website. It's quicker as they recognise your registration number and I also know the valuation is definitely a price I can get for the car, as it's the price they will pay for it. Although they do always tend to take a few pounds off once you get there. They make up a different reason each time. I've been twice.
#7
Zuulan
I use the webuyanycar website. It's quicker as they recognise your registration number and I also know the valuation is definitely a price I can get for the car, as it's the price they will pay for it. Although they do always tend to take a few pounds off once you get there. They make up a different reason each time. I've been twice.

Agree i think this is a good yardstick for a valuation :thumbsup:

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