£100 GIFTCARD for £93.95 delivered @ Sports Direct - other denominations available! + 6% Quidco!!
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£100 GIFTCARD for £93.95 delivered @ Sports Direct - other denominations available! + 6% Quidco!!

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Found 14th Jan 2009
Use MT10 code to get 10% off upon checkout. £5, 10, 20, 25, 50, 100 giftcards available. Basically if you want a profit in giftcards you need to be spending £40+ as free del doesn't work with 10% code. Not a massive glitch, but you could end up saving a few quid - even more if you use Quidco.

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So cold it freezing... just a whole load of bull sold.

£93.95 in Mike Ashley's pockets, just to save £6.05... methinks not.

And if the company goes bust? remember the zavvi disaster!!

Original Poster

You will get the giftcards within days - so not likely to go bust that soon. It may be useful for anyone who does buy sports gear from there. Like i said, not a massive glitch, but every penny helps

Banned

FAIL of epic proportions

sportsdirect.com go bust, dont make me laugh.

Ashley does not own it all. He knows how to do business. Most, if not all of the firms he bought over he paid cash. The plebs who have gone/going bust have been living on other peoples money. Its BS to finance growth with loads of debt. Strip out the loans and these fools are exposed for the morons they are. In this third world craphole being good at something means nothing. Like the Newcastle fans who ain't puttin money up, but think they can tell Ashley who he can & cannot buy, insane.

But yeah, don't buy any gift vouchers from anyone, regardless.

Wow...

news.bbc.co.uk/1/h…stm

Lets remind ourselfs about spending all gift vouchers and credit asap.

I was just thinkin "Could you really spend £100 in this place?" cos I know its just full of carp...

But actually, if you wanted a pair of decent trainers or some serious sports gear (like what they stock in the old Lillywhites in Picadilly Circus) then its probably a good moneysaver... IF you include quidco, and IF it tracks and validates and IF they dont go bust (doubt it)

This is lukewarm for me

Depressed Maggot;4071502

In this third world craphole being good at something means nothing.



Good at something? What exactly is he good at? Certainly not good at running a football club. As for Sports Direct, if you think buying up cheapo brands and selling them in his own stores at massive (cough) "sale" prices (yeah right... those Champion trainers were really 49.99 before he reduced them to 12), is good then you need to think again! Odd how SportsDirect sale goods are usually shot down on hukd - because of the artificial sale prices!

Depressed Maggot;4071502

Like the Newcastle fans who ain't puttin money up, but think they can … Like the Newcastle fans who ain't puttin money up, but think they can tell Ashley who he can & cannot buy, insane.



So he's good just because he has money? Isn't that what's killing football? Overly-rich owners playing with their new 'toys'. Anyway, if Ashley was doing the buying, which he's not, he'd probably do a far better job than Dennis plonker Wise. Leave the buying and selling to the manager and concentrate on running the club effectively.

Pretty lame...

ricaird;4070657

£93.95 in Mike Ashley's pockets, just to save £6.05... methinks not.


As opposed to another rich businessman? Are you just jealous or something?

and sadly Ashely and his sports direct **** is now being sold in JJB (which he has a share) ruining a once good sports store selling premium brands, but now JJB stock the Kappa, champion, No fear ****

ricaird;4072183

Good at something? What exactly is he good at? Certainly not good at … Good at something? What exactly is he good at? Certainly not good at running a football club. As for Sports Direct, if you think buying up cheapo brands and selling them in his own stores at massive (cough) "sale" prices (yeah right... those Champion trainers were really 49.99 before he reduced them to 12), is good then you need to think again! Odd how SportsDirect sale goods are usually shot down on hukd - because of the artificial sale prices!So he's good just because he has money? Isn't that what's killing football? Overly-rich owners playing with their new 'toys'. Anyway, if Ashley was doing the buying, which he's not, he'd probably do a far better job than Dennis plonker Wise. Leave the buying and selling to the manager and concentrate on running the club effectively.



Nothing you have argued can be dignified by a response. You ask questions, then answer them yourself.
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