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AMD Ryzen 5 3600 CPU from Amazon.de only £174.03 (or £167.52 using a fee free payment card)
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AMD Ryzen 5 3600 CPU from Amazon.de only £174.03 (or £167.52 using a fee free payment card)

£174.03£178.973%Amazon Germany Deals
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Posted 21st Nov 2019

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Probably should have posted this yesterday, but didn' the chance, not really worth bothering unless you are using a fee free card, which I know everyone will be since you are on HUKD to save money, right?

Sadly the second half of this deal which I was also about to post has gone, which was the Asus X570 TUF Gaming Wi-Fi motherboard at only £151, keep your eyes open or set a 3camels alert if you want one.

Dispatched & Sold by Amazon.

Once in the basket the CPU is ~€191.11, and the shipping is only €4.43.

Paid for in € with a fee free card, including shipping it comes a total of ~€195.54, which translates to £167-168 depending on the card used, and exchange rate when you check out.

If paying using the Amazon convertor you'll be charged as shown in the picture below


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€:£ using fee free


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Its £175 from Amazon UK, or £174 from Aria PC, not sure the hassle of ordering form aborad is worth it?
nellybauer21/11/2019 10:55

Its £175 from Amazon UK, or £174 from Aria PC, not sure the hassle of o …Its £175 from Amazon UK, or £174 from Aria PC, not sure the hassle of ordering form aborad is worth it?


Yep, even said that in the opening sentence of the post, you'll only save £7.26 vs. Aria, or if you want it from Amazon.co.uk not a 3rd party it's £185.98, so either a ~4.5% saving or an ~11% saving.

With regards to the 'hassle' as you put it, instead of typing .co.uk at the end of the word Amazon I type .de, or click a favourites link, I'm not sure if that is what you consider hassle since the rest of the checkout process is identical to that of Amazon.co.uk.
Uncommon.Sense21/11/2019 11:13

Yep, even said that in the opening sentence of the post, you'll only save …Yep, even said that in the opening sentence of the post, you'll only save £7.26 vs. Aria, or if you want it from Amazon.co.uk not a 3rd party it's £185.98, so either a ~4.5% saving or an ~11% saving.With regards to the 'hassle' as you put it, instead of typing .co.uk at the end of the word Amazon I type .de, or click a favourites link, I'm not sure if that is what you consider hassle since the rest of the checkout process is identical to that of Amazon.co.uk.


sorry was being a bit special & only saw the £174 number. At £167 it makes more sense. The faff I meant was more about waiting for international delivery etc, didn't seem worth it for £1. But at £167 it certainly makes sense
The rule with cpus is buy in bundles... buying upgrades bit by bit is the dumbest thing you can do.
Fee Free payment card? whats this?
Gerry55721/11/2019 18:04

Fee Free payment card? whats this?


A Visa Card/Mastercard/Debit Card that does not charge you to pay in foreign currencies, and gives you a proper Forex rate, usually the card issuers commercial rate. There a quite a few of these available now, some of which can be setup pretty quickl;y and easily with little to no cost.
Weehamish21/11/2019 13:29

The rule with cpus is buy in bundles... buying upgrades bit by bit is the …The rule with cpus is buy in bundles... buying upgrades bit by bit is the dumbest thing you can do.


Is this a fact?
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