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20% to 30% off on Computing & Audio (20% +10% offer stack via eBay code) at Stock Must Go eBay
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20% to 30% off on Computing & Audio (20% +10% offer stack via eBay code) at Stock Must Go eBay

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Posted 3rd Mar

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680 items available. Link shows 20% off plus voucher = aprox 28% off. However, it seems to work as 10% off plus voucher, perhaps deal not fully active yet, worth keeping an eye on it.

10%- 20% off taken automatically off basket + PETAL10. Deal ends in 3 days. Have quite a good experience with Stock Must Go.

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Just a couple of examples below:

Refurbished - Huawei T3 tablet 2GB RAM £56.69
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Refurb Lenovo tablet 1GB RAM perfect for kids
Lenovo TAB 3 7 Essential 16GB £32.39

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Doesn't stack.

Don't think it's live:

Preview mode: This offer is not yet active and buyers will not be able to see this page until the offer is active.
Seems to work if you add some items to basket, but only 10% off (rather than 20% off) + 10% off code.

Also its not 30% off even if you get the original advertised 20% off.

Say item is £100 then you'd get it for £80 in checkout, then apply the 10% off code, so a further £8 off, equates to £72. So a 28% reduction, not 30%
Shows the offer for me but anythinh I check says 10% off not 20
dark_shadow03/03/2020 13:07

Doesn't stack.Don't think it's live: Preview mode: This offer is not yet …Doesn't stack.Don't think it's live: Preview mode: This offer is not yet active and buyers will not be able to see this page until the offer is active.


Just added one of the items in my basket, didn't take 20% off, took 10% only plus PETAL10, so 20% in total, I will change the title but worked for me at 20% discount.
Elbandito03/03/2020 13:11

Shows the offer for me but anythinh I check says 10% off not 20


Yes,it seems not clear, I check on one item and w as 10% + 10%. Perhaps the offer not active yet, and will come shortly as the link clearly shows 20% off plus voucher.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 3rd Mar
mike_648003/03/2020 13:09

Seems to work if you add some items to basket, but only 10% off (rather …Seems to work if you add some items to basket, but only 10% off (rather than 20% off) + 10% off code.Also its not 30% off even if you get the original advertised 20% off.Say item is £100 then you'd get it for £80 in checkout, then apply the 10% off code, so a further £8 off, equates to £72. So a 28% reduction, not 30%


Yes, I noticed that too. This is because you apply 20% off to one price and further 10% off to a different price, so mathematically it will never be 30% off the original price.
I guess it should state 20% off + further 10% off, I do not know if 28% off will work exactly the same on all items.
sheffield78803/03/2020 13:17

Yes, I noticed that too. This is because you apply 20% off to one price …Yes, I noticed that too. This is because you apply 20% off to one price and further 10% off to a different price, so mathematically it will never be 30% off the original price.I guess it should state 20% off + further 10% off, I do not know if 28% off will work exactly the same on all items.



it would because of how percentages work - fairly simple maths really.

Similarly it you get 10% off then a further 10% off it works out as 19% off (£100, then 10% off = £90, then another 10% off equals £81 = 19% off). Its because the first discount applies first, so the second discount when applied is off a say 90% price rather than 100% price so is never 10% off.
mike_648003/03/2020 13:22

it would because of how percentages work - fairly simple maths …it would because of how percentages work - fairly simple maths really.Similarly it you get 10% off then a further 10% off it works out as 19% off (£100, then 10% off = £90, then another 10% off equals £81 = 19% off). Its because the first discount applies first, so the second discount when applied is off a say 90% price rather than 100% price so is never 10% off.


You are right and it is simple maths I agree, but I think round numbers will make it easier for some.
I mentioned 28% off may not work the same on all not because maths will add differently, just because some items may be 10% off, other 20% off. Plus the voucher. So can't suggest 28% off, perhaps best is 19% to 28% off depending on purchase...
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