£10 Xbox live credit for £9 @ sainsbury's Lincoln
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£10 Xbox live credit for £9 @ sainsbury's Lincoln

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LocalFound 3rd Apr
Sainsbury’s Lincoln Xbox live credit 10% off credit, ie £10 for £9, £15 for £13.50.

seems as good a deal as currently available?
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Good saving.
Unless you’re stopping by at said shop anyway for other purposes, I’d imagine that the moment someone gets in their car or hops on the bus to head to the shop concerned, the £1 saving has been lost
joeydeacon13 m ago

Unless you’re stopping by at said shop anyway for other purposes, I’d ima …Unless you’re stopping by at said shop anyway for other purposes, I’d imagine that the moment someone gets in their car or hops on the bus to head to the shop concerned, the £1 saving has been lost


Eh

A saving is a saving. Buy a larger amount of credit and the saving will be bigger.

10% off is better than nothing
joeydeacon14 m ago

Unless you’re stopping by at said shop anyway for other purposes, I’d ima …Unless you’re stopping by at said shop anyway for other purposes, I’d imagine that the moment someone gets in their car or hops on the bus to head to the shop concerned, the £1 saving has been lost


Yes because everyone who goes to the store has to drive or get a bus.
tink17911 m ago

Yes because everyone who goes to the store has to drive or get a bus.



Fair point, but if you're factoring in walking I'd personally value my time at greater than £1.
myusernamehasgone23416 m ago

Eh A saving is a saving. Buy a larger amount of credit and the saving …Eh A saving is a saving. Buy a larger amount of credit and the saving will be bigger.10% off is better than nothing



Point being missed.

Whilst yes it's a saving, if you technically speaking have to go out of your way to buy this (i.e. you're not otherwise planning on visiting the store) and it involves an element of paid travel, whether you drive or get the bus, the £1 saving has no longer been made.

So yes, whilst 10% is still a saving, for the most part simple cost benefit analysis will likely determine the saving won't be made.
joeydeacon2 m ago

Point being missed.Whilst yes it's a saving, if you technically speaking …Point being missed.Whilst yes it's a saving, if you technically speaking have to go out of your way to buy this (i.e. you're not otherwise planning on visiting the store) and it involves an element of paid travel, whether you drive or get the bus, the £1 saving has no longer been made.So yes, whilst 10% is still a saving, for the most part simple cost benefit analysis will likely determine the saving won't be made.


Buts that’s the same for most in store deals surely.
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To be fair, I don’t think it is store specific. It was a standard price ticket and I would therefore expect it to be nationwide.
JasonVoorhees3 m ago

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Thanks

Butsaid coupon wasn’t valid
Edited by: "myusernamehasgone234" 3rd Apr
myusernamehasgone2344 m ago

Buts that’s the same for most in store deals surely.



Well yes you can apply that logic to any deal.
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