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£100 BUILD-A-BEAR Gift E-Card Multipack (4 x £25) £69.99 Costco
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£100 BUILD-A-BEAR Gift E-Card Multipack (4 x £25) £69.99 Costco

£69.99£10030%Costco Deals
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Posted 21st JanEdited by:"gary.howard"
Costco.co.uk online and off deal for members. Four £25 gift cards for £30 off RRP.
Give the gift of fun and friendship at Build-A-Bear Workshop. Your special someone can experience the fun of making their own furry friend. They can wish on a heart, add lots of stuffing and personalise it with clothing, sounds and scents to give their new friend a big personality.

Find a store near you at buildabear.co.uk or call 0800 542 0635.

Specification

  • Stuffed Animals
  • Clothing
  • Accessories
  • Gifts
  • Build-A-Party
  • To redeem: Present the printed gift e-card at time of purchase at a Build-A-Bear Workshop® store, or visit buildabear.co.uk
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build a bear!!!!! its like a bear ............................that you build ........ hello!!! is that cool or what!!!!!!!! £100 for £69.99

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Build a Bear tax dodging US operation best avoided
ansonuk121/01/2019 09:35

Build a Bear tax dodging US operation best avoided


Oh ok tell the kids that lmao
gary.howard3 h, 33 m ago

Oh ok tell the kids that lmao


"No, Jimmy, you can't have a teddy bear, the taxman's a ****. Get used to it."
Edited by moderator: "Swear Filter" 21st Jan
Do any, other than the lower and middle classes, pay taxes these days?

Would be interested to know where it is okay to shop, in terms of which businesses are happily paying their taxes!?
What a brilliant business model i.e. charging £100 for customers to make your own teddy bear. A hint of a sale and they will be queueing around the block! Blimey, modern life!
If u buy these, spend em quick.... It's just I heard something on the grapevine
smallsteve21/01/2019 09:54

What a brilliant business model i.e. charging £100 for customers to make …What a brilliant business model i.e. charging £100 for customers to make your own teddy bear. A hint of a sale and they will be queueing around the block! Blimey, modern life!


Exploiting numerous British mug buyers they follow the Apple business model "never give a sucker an even break"
ansonuk17 m ago

Exploiting numerous British mug buyers they follow the Apple business …Exploiting numerous British mug buyers they follow the Apple business model "never give a sucker an even break"


Not far off the Nike, et-al, business model either. Fair dos, it seems to work!
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