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Amazon Brand - find. Men's Sweatshirt - £5.70 (+£4.49 NP) @ Amazon
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Amazon Brand - find. Men's Sweatshirt - £5.70 (+£4.49 NP) @ Amazon

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Posted 7th May
  • Ribbed cuffs and hem
  • 100% Cotton
  • Machine wash (30°C)
  • Collar Style: Crew Neck
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Looks bad
Beautiful, have some heat.
Ever wonder why a models head is half cut off ?










So they don’t have to pay the model for the photo
Looks like the guy is wearing lipstick too 💋
Great deal, lots of other colours at £6.60 too
Does this have the little Amazon logo on?
There's literally hundreds of deals on Amazon brand clothing right now.

Open the app

Search men's or women's clothing
Filter by prime
Filter by department clothing
Filter by our brands
Filter lowest price first
You're welcome
you_gotta_be_kidding07/05/2020 07:52

There's literally hundreds of deals on Amazon brand clothing right …There's literally hundreds of deals on Amazon brand clothing right now.Open the appSearch men's or women's clothingFilter by primeFilter by department clothingFilter by our brandsFilter lowest price firstYou're welcome



Yes and by telling people who don't otherwise know, all that will happen is there won't be a sale for much longer.

Prices drop slowly each day. When someone buys an item, the price shoots up massively and price drop slowly happens again.

The more people that do it, the more sales and more stuff that will barely fall in price before being snapped up.

Well done you though, you've achieved absolutely nothing by posting that up.
I bought this a few weeks ago, medium size. The fiting on the arms is slightly short for me but its okay. I would have sent it back if it was anymore expensve
Hi - just as I was ordering this sweatshirt I got this text "Amazon Sign-in detected from SFK, GB" followed by a link. Has anyone else received a text this? It sounds phishy to me but on the other hand it strange to receive the text at same time as ordering. Or is it just a coincidence?
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Lockdown is depressing enough but wearing Amazon brand clothing...?? You couldn't pay me. I would rather wait until charity shops reopen and buy the ugliest sweatshirt I can find in one.
Sparkz2k1607/05/2020 08:04

Yes and by telling people who don't otherwise know, all that will happen …Yes and by telling people who don't otherwise know, all that will happen is there won't be a sale for much longer. Prices drop slowly each day. When someone buys an item, the price shoots up massively and price drop slowly happens again. The more people that do it, the more sales and more stuff that will barely fall in price before being snapped up. Well done you though, you've achieved absolutely nothing by posting that up.


So basically you're saying we shouldn't post deals and save them all for ourselves. Not quite how this site works
you_gotta_be_kidding07/05/2020 17:37

So basically you're saying we shouldn't post deals and save them all for …So basically you're saying we shouldn't post deals and save them all for ourselves. Not quite how this site works


Not at all. Clearly you are perhaps deliberately missing the point. What I'm saying is Amazon sales aren't exactly typical sales. Sale items are on timers to reduce by x % every x amount of time until a sale is reached.

This isn't the case of 50 items in stock at for example £2.99 until all stock is gone. More like (going with this example of 50) 50 items in stock, £2.99 until 1 sale is reached, then up to nearly normal sale price £8.99 and a slow drop over days until the next sale or if it reaches baseline lowest sale limit.

The more people made aware, the more purchases made and therefore the less chance of it ever reaching near very good value amounts.

This site is filled with so many people who buy good deals for the purposes of selling on eBay and local Facebook groups. It's a shame if someone struggling with money was to lose out on a few treats for summer because some greedy sod has grabbed all the lowest price items to flog on eBay and now prices were back to the slow decline from normal price.
Sparkz2k1607/05/2020 17:51

Not at all. Clearly you are perhaps deliberately missing the point. What …Not at all. Clearly you are perhaps deliberately missing the point. What I'm saying is Amazon sales aren't exactly typical sales. Sale items are on timers to reduce by x % every x amount of time until a sale is reached.This isn't the case of 50 items in stock at for example £2.99 until all stock is gone. More like (going with this example of 50) 50 items in stock, £2.99 until 1 sale is reached, then up to nearly normal sale price £8.99 and a slow drop over days until the next sale or if it reaches baseline lowest sale limit.The more people made aware, the more purchases made and therefore the less chance of it ever reaching near very good value amounts. This site is filled with so many people who buy good deals for the purposes of selling on eBay and local Facebook groups. It's a shame if someone struggling with money was to lose out on a few treats for summer because some greedy sod has grabbed all the lowest price items to flog on eBay and now prices were back to the slow decline from normal price.


But surely it's the eBay reseller that's more likely the hunt out the bargains rather than a single parent on a budget. This site is engineered towards helping others find a bargain so I must be losing the plot of my post wasn't aimed at don't exactly that.

I do understand what you're getting at though. Sometimes when I see something I like in Amazon warehouse I'll add it to my basket and watch the price drop almost daily and when it hits a price I'm happy with I'll bite.
you_gotta_be_kidding07/05/2020 19:11

But surely it's the eBay reseller that's more likely the hunt out the …But surely it's the eBay reseller that's more likely the hunt out the bargains rather than a single parent on a budget. This site is engineered towards helping others find a bargain so I must be losing the plot of my post wasn't aimed at don't exactly that.I do understand what you're getting at though. Sometimes when I see something I like in Amazon warehouse I'll add it to my basket and watch the price drop almost daily and when it hits a price I'm happy with I'll bite.


Possibly but eBay resellers cant check everything at all times, having notification here by seeing it (which would be a lot of their "one stop" places because of glitches, misprices and so on) could mean stock is all bought up. Of course it's all about sharing deals with others here, that's great but as we both know, the Amazon "sales" like this is effectively 1 item at that price til it's sold and then a price hike. So who would be more likely to benefit? A "deal hunter" who scans a lot of posts here looking for stuff to flog on eBay, or someone with very little money who perhaps isn't as great with search functions on Amazon and might take longer to find the item directly.

Maybe I'm too nice at times. I've seen plenty of Amazon clothing at the super low £3 and under prices via sorting filters which I could snap up and get some profit on or stash away in a cupboard to wear "one day", but I'd rather leave it in the hope someone with less money finds it and snaps it up instead of going without.
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