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50% off Easter Products - 75% off Spring Sale @ Oxfam (+ Quidco)
50% off Easter Products - 75% off Spring Sale @ Oxfam (+ Quidco)

50% off Easter Products - 75% off Spring Sale @ Oxfam (+ Quidco)

As times are hard for a lot of people and the cost of living is getting more expensive, why not buy some clothing from Oxfam. Save some money and help a good cause at the same time.

Lots of items to be had.

I recently had 2 pairs of jeans for only £4.99 each and arrived freshly laundered in almost new conditon (1 gap and 1 wrangler) bargain.

When it comes to postage, the cost is optional you can change it to 0.00 if you want.

Also 10% quidco cashback for all sales.

23 Comments

I bought some knickers but the skid marks made me think they were neither new nor freshly laundered.

Original Poster

Gball

I bought some knickers but the skid marks made me think they were neither … I bought some knickers but the skid marks made me think they were neither new nor freshly laundered.



There's always one ;-)

kjbenja

There's always one ;-)



One what....?? skid mark !!

Didnt even know oxfam had a website, so you can choose to pay 0 postage? Wow

Not really a deal. Not surew ifd this should be here.

Original Poster

eamonnyoung

Not really a deal. Not surew ifd this should be here.



Why not? no worse than someone posting a Play sale.

eamonnyoung

Not really a deal. Not surew ifd this should be here.


Hmm, did you join up just to say that?

eamonnyoungTitle:FlintMember:7 minutesLast active:3 minutesLikes:0


eamonnyoung

Not really a deal. Not surew ifd this should be here.

eamonnyoungTitle:FlintMember:7 minutesLast active:3 minutesLikes:0


CHILDREN, please......!!

eamonnyoung

Not really a deal. Not surew ifd this should be here.

eamonnyoungTitle:FlintMember:7 minutesLast active:3 minutesLikes:0



Oh no, not a stat checker!!! Worse even, here we have a stat checker and copy/paster! WTF!??

Am I the only one who finds it rather disturbing that they sell items like this 2nd hand?!?!

Somebody bird will have been pumped in this, so much so that they've tore it (and her for all we know) a new hole and now Oxfam are trying to sell it on?!?!

Minging!

I'm all for supporting charities but they are selling second hand Primark dresses for £12.99. I'm no skinflint but I'd want it new for that price, sorry. Am voting hot in support of a charity. Credit to them for moving with the times and trading online.

Gball

Oh no, not a stat checker!!! Worse even, here we have a stat checker and … Oh no, not a stat checker!!! Worse even, here we have a stat checker and copy/paster! WTF!??


You must really love punctuation, you use it to the point of meaninglessness.

Oh, I`m sorry, you probably won`t have understood that. Try this...

Yu luv punctation????!!!! **** ROFL...LOOOOOL

Better?
Edited by: "Crowman" 1st May 2011


Nice, didn't know oxfam had an online store so heat just for letting me know :P

Thanks for sharing, and heat added!

Gball

I bought some knickers but the skid marks made me think they were neither … I bought some knickers but the skid marks made me think they were neither new nor freshly laundered.



Did you know some weird people pay good money for used knickers.

JR Hartley

CHILDREN, please......!!


I'm pretty sure asking for children on the internet is illegal... oO

I hate charities like this and amnesty international they seem to go out of their way to hide that males can be the victims of anything; even if they are the ones most affected.
They don't give a toss about males.
People need to understand why things are the way they are instead of just blaming men for everything.


Edited by: "yurlungur" 2nd May 2011

Gball

Am I the only one who finds it rather disturbing that they sell items … Am I the only one who finds it rather disturbing that they sell items like this 2nd hand?!?!Somebody bird will have been pumped in this, so much so that they've tore it (and her for all we know) a new hole and now Oxfam are trying to sell it on?!?!Minging!




A little crude but I agree, in this day and age undeware is cheap enough to buy brand new.


squiff

I'm all for supporting charities but they are selling second hand Primark … I'm all for supporting charities but they are selling second hand Primark dresses for £12.99. I'm no skinflint but I'd want it new for that price, sorry. Am voting hot in support of a charity. Credit to them for moving with the times and trading online.




Again this is true, they seem to price at almost full cost for items that are used and usually outdated

hot. has fiction for 49p! oxfam i volunteer at does most/all of these titles for £1.99.

My argument is they get things donated and sell them for stupid prices ...in a lot of cases more than they would cost if you bought them brand new ...and as for knickers I didn't even think any charity shop actually put them on the shop floor for sale so thats a new 1 on me

Last time I worked in a charity shop most of the clothes where priced between £1-2.
Don't remember any knickers
Edited by: "yurlungur" 2nd May 2011

Disclaimer: up until a couple of weeks ago I worked on Oxfam's website but now no longer work for them, hence the following is just my opinion, etc, etc....

If you do a search on the site for Knickers, you'll find there's currently only 6 items for sale and all of them are brand new, that's what the 'BNWOT' prefixed on the item title means 'Brand New With Out Tags', if you click through into an item, you'll see that its condition states that it's 'New without tags'. If you see an item prefixed with 'BNWT', that means 'Brand New With Tags'.

Oxfam have a deal with Marks and Spencer which means they get a lot of last seasons stock that M&S can no longer sell (I think they may also have deals with some other retailers, but can't remember the specifics).

As stated, the delivery charge is optional, so you are free to enter £0.00 if you wish, however do bear in mind that it still costs Oxfam money to delivery the items you've ordered i.e. if you purchased a book for 49p and didn't pay any delivery charge, it would most likely end up costing Oxfam money...
The point of the optional delivery is so that buyers don't feel ripped off having to pay £3 delivery for a 49p book and instead they can pay what they think is a fare amount.

You're not the only ones to note that some of the pricing is a little high for second-hand goods, I'd think they'd sell a hell of a lot more if they priced things competitively but unfortunately they seem to think buyers are prepared to pay more because they're a charity...
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