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Posted 26th Dec 2019

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They have this deal section on Amazon every single day of the year.
I had been watching a suunto watch on amazon recently, priced at £102 normal price, then it appeared at £102 Deal of the day? Then a few days later it was on a lightning deal, guess what price it was??? Then a few days after that it was marked as a limited time deal..... Once again it was £102!! Oh and just for those who think amazon's pricing is truthful..... BLACK FRIDAY cost? Yes you guessed it £102....need I say more
Dam this is gonna get cold.
Not much of a deal, same old crap same section. ❄
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Dam this is gonna get cold.
They have this deal section on Amazon every single day of the year.
Not much of a deal, same old crap same section. ❄
Report these frauds to the ASA as they are still doing illegal practices.

Note this uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Sha…rch

They cannot say it's a 50% saving...
I had been watching a suunto watch on amazon recently, priced at £102 normal price, then it appeared at £102 Deal of the day? Then a few days later it was on a lightning deal, guess what price it was??? Then a few days after that it was marked as a limited time deal..... Once again it was £102!! Oh and just for those who think amazon's pricing is truthful..... BLACK FRIDAY cost? Yes you guessed it £102....need I say more
dsmsli26/12/2019 08:56

I had been watching a suunto watch on amazon recently, priced at £102 …I had been watching a suunto watch on amazon recently, priced at £102 normal price, then it appeared at £102 Deal of the day? Then a few days later it was on a lightning deal, guess what price it was??? Then a few days after that it was marked as a limited time deal..... Once again it was £102!! Oh and just for those who think amazon's pricing is truthful..... BLACK FRIDAY cost? Yes you guessed it £102....need I say more


Its amazing that they gave you so many opportunities to buy it at £102.
Robert_Cox26/12/2019 08:52

Report these frauds to the ASA as they are still doing illegal …Report these frauds to the ASA as they are still doing illegal practices.Note this https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Shark-Cordless-Cleaner-IF200UK-Battery/product/B074L5N2FR?context=searchThey cannot say it's a 50% saving...


Yes they can if the are quoting a saving against RRP, which they are here. What they mustn't do is claim inaccurate savings against their previous prices.
sashforth26/12/2019 09:07

Yes they can if the are quoting a saving against RRP, which they are here. …Yes they can if the are quoting a saving against RRP, which they are here. What they mustn't do is claim inaccurate savings against their previous prices.


True, they have changed the wording from before... My last ASA were upheld from previous sales.

Keep an eye out as it will vary item to item.
sashforth26/12/2019 09:07

Yes they can if the are quoting a saving against RRP, which they are here. …Yes they can if the are quoting a saving against RRP, which they are here. What they mustn't do is claim inaccurate savings against their previous prices.


To add further to this....it's not black and white and what they're doing could be seen as misleading.

Making savings against RRP’s
Code Rule 3.40 states that quoted RRPs should not differ significantly from the price at which a product is generally sold. Advertisers should take care when using RRP’s to ensure that the price accurately reflects the price that consumers will generally pay for the product across the market. The fact that an RRP was recommended by the manufacturer is not in itself sufficient to demonstrate that this is the price that consumers will generally have to pay. See our AOL on the use of RRP’s for more detailed guidance

So I still see this as big time reportable in the UK market.
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