4GB New Attache USB 2.0 PNY Flash Drive - Only £8.99 In Store
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4GB New Attache USB 2.0 PNY Flash Drive - Only £8.99 In Store

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Found 15th Oct 2008
I know that you can buy USB memory a bit cheaper online, but if you want a decent product "in your hand" from a local mainstream retailer, this looks like a pretty good deal.

Not listed on their website, but most stores should have these in stock.

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doublekite;3206281

Voted cold.Better deals available, with free delivery from play.com



Thats unfair, the OP said there were better deals online, if you are going to do that you should quote in store prices that are cheaper in my view.

colinsunderland;3206483

Thats unfair, the OP said there were better deals online, if you are … Thats unfair, the OP said there were better deals online, if you are going to do that you should quote in store prices that are cheaper in my view.



Not unfair at all. This site is about the cheapest price, not "the cheapest price once X, Y and Z conditions are satisfied". The OP shouldn't be allowed to set rules IMHO.

What a ridiculous pair of replies, the OP states you can buy cheaper online, not everyone can buy online and this is a great price for instore 4gb.

They are hardly setting rules are they!

This site is about the best deals either online, instore or both.

The OP couldn't have made it any clearer about the facts of the deal.

and find a 4gb that is is pcworld thats cheaper online they will price match

colinsunderland;3206483

Thats unfair, the OP said there were better deals online, if you are … Thats unfair, the OP said there were better deals online, if you are going to do that you should quote in store prices that are cheaper in my view.



Point taken. But why would anyone want to buy from a shop when the item (or better) can be bought from a reputable source on line more cheaply. There are very few people who cannot buy online, and thats where the real bargains usually are for computer memory. However I accept that the price quoted is good for a shop. Apologies to the OP if I have upset anyone.

Original Poster

Some people still like to do their shopping in real life you know

pc world price promise also takes off an extra 10% of the difference of the prices not always a huge amount but every little helps

Original Poster

Yes ok.. But PC World price for the same item is £15.99... so technically that still makes this a bargain compared to them
And... and... You might not have a PC World near you

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doublekite;3207245

Point taken. But why would anyone want to buy from a shop when the item … Point taken. But why would anyone want to buy from a shop when the item (or better) can be bought from a reputable source on line more cheaply. There are very few people who cannot buy online, and thats where the real bargains usually are for computer memory. However I accept that the price quoted is good for a shop. Apologies to the OP if I have upset anyone.



Speed. Convienience if it goes wrong. Not having to go to post office to collect it if it doesn't fit through letterbox. Granted not good enough reasons if theres a big saving, but for £2?
I bought a dvd the other day from asda for £19.99 instore when it could have been bought for £17.99 online for those reasons.

colinsunderland;3209110

Speed. Convienience if it goes wrong. Not having to go to post office to … Speed. Convienience if it goes wrong. Not having to go to post office to collect it if it doesn't fit through letterbox. Granted not good enough reasons if theres a big saving, but for £2?I bought a dvd the other day from asda for £19.99 instore when it could have been bought for £17.99 online for those reasons.



I personally find shopping 'for real' such a tedious procedure, find somewhere to park, worry about your car being dented by some other uncaring motorist or trolley, queuing at a checkout....sorry not for me, I'd rather shop online anytime, especially at this time of year with Xmas coming up. Two pounds may not be a lot for you, but to some its important. The price is always the deciding factor for me, providing the items are the same.

Anyway,why would a flash drive not fit throughyour letter box ? :whistling:

doublekite;3209343

I personally find shopping 'for real' such a tedious procedure, find … I personally find shopping 'for real' such a tedious procedure, find somewhere to park, worry about your car being dented by some other uncaring motorist or trolley, queuing at a checkout....sorry not for me, I'd rather shop online anytime, especially at this time of year with Xmas coming up. Two pounds may not be a lot for you, but to some its important. The price is always the deciding factor for me, providing the items are the same. Anyway,why would a flash drive not fit throughyour letter box ? :whistling:



maybe they live in a bird house or a playhouse?
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