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2010 FIFA World Cup: South Africa (Xbox 360) - £4.97 @ PC World/Currys
2010 FIFA World Cup: South Africa (Xbox 360) - £4.97 @ PC World/Currys

2010 FIFA World Cup: South Africa (Xbox 360) - £4.97 @ PC World/Currys

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Good price. Use the £5 off voucher for this price

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hot!!.. reserved 1 and going to use my 5 pound voucher (15milliongiveaway) to make the price 4.97!

whats the 5 off please

thanks, reserved a copy!

thank u

wow hot deal..

has anybody got a £5 voucher i could use please......

pretty please....:)

Paid £4.99 for a copy of this on PS3 at game the other day (pre-owned mind)

I though I got a bargain when I got for £20 during the World Cup....

£5 at Cex i think.

Bargain for free.

Hollowpoint

Bargain for free.


hows it free?

Probably the worst World Cup ever.

Hollowpoint

Bargain for free.



It's £4.97 AFTER using the £5 voucher

What code?

The price is clearly wrong then.. it should state 9.97

No it shouldn't. With the voucher it's the price stated

Heat added, great game
Edited by: "mellowdrifter" 17th Nov 2010

rubbish game though, good price

mitchwales

The price is clearly wrong then.. it should state 9.97


i agree.
it should state something like use the voucher to get at this price.

dawny

whats the 5 off please




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I got this game from Gamestation last weekend for a fiver. No voucher needed.

sul

i agree.it should state something like use the voucher to get at this … i agree.it should state something like use the voucher to get at this price.



I can see both sides of this one, but why not change the title to
"2010 FIFA World Cup: South Africa (Xbox 360) - £9.97 @ PC World/Currys (£4.97 with instore voucher)" ?

Oh, and come on HUKD, can you please bring yourselves up to date and ensure that your site works with Firefox. I'm fed up with switching to IE8 to quote people's comments (works now and again). At least I can edit my own comments now though! Rant over, sorry people.
Edited by: "paulace" 17th Nov 2010

paulace

Oh, and come on HUKD, can you please bring yourselves up to date and … Oh, and come on HUKD, can you please bring yourselves up to date and ensure that your site works with Firefox. I'm fed up with switching to IE8 to quote people's comments (works now and again). At least I can edit my own comments now though! Rant over, sorry people.



Why - I have seen tonnes of deals for places like Zavvi or Hut which always give the price at the top that includes a voucher to be used, that is where a number of deals come from!

bah you foiled my mission to forget all about south africa 2010, the WORST world cup ever!

heat added tho good deal

sul

hows it free?



Oops read the pricing wrong. Thought it was £4.97 without voucher.

not really a deal if you have to use a voucher, don't like the walkers vouchers being thrown around the place either.

Like someone said got this from Gamestation for a fiver so not even a good deal in that regard

imnufc2k

Why - I have seen tonnes of deals for places like Zavvi or Hut which … Why - I have seen tonnes of deals for places like Zavvi or Hut which always give the price at the top that includes a voucher to be used, that is where a number of deals come from!




Err...I think you missed my point completely there, I went off topic to comment that when using Firefox I cannot reply to a poster's comments when quoting!

The difference between this voucher and other vouchers is the pcworld/currys one takes a lot more arseing around to use.

Collect a booklet, go home, input a code, print it out, and then go back? not feasible/desirable for a lot of people.
As opposed to the walkers code being extremely easy to obtain, etc...

Either way didnt vote if it's the same price in gamestation without the pissing around (though handy if someone doesnt have a gamestation near them)
Edited by: "Eldini" 18th Nov 2010

paulace

Err...I think you missed my point completely there, I went off topic to … Err...I think you missed my point completely there, I went off topic to comment that when using Firefox I cannot reply to a poster's comments when quoting!

Just picked up the wrong message mate, it was meant to be the one above, obviously...
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