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Aria 2GB USB Flash Drive - £1.16 - Lifetime warranty
Aria 2GB USB Flash Drive - £1.16 - Lifetime warranty

Aria 2GB USB Flash Drive - £1.16 - Lifetime warranty

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As it says on the tin really!

Aria 2GB USB flash drive with a lifetime warranty, heres the official spiel from their page-

These days everyone needs a pen drive. With everything being digital there is always some data which you need to carry around with you. Business people need to carry their presentations and spreadsheets, Music fans carry their MP3's, photographers carry their photos.....you get the picture!!

We're so confident of the quality of our Arianet Silver shadow range that we supply you a lifetime warranty. You won't find better piece of mind than that anywhere at this price.

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"Aria 2GB USB Flash Drive - £1.16 - Lifetime warranty"


Good price, but you have got to include delivery @ £ 3.99

£5.15 inc delivery! (Sorry was obviously too slow!)

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Bargain :thumbsup: £5.15 in total is still cheap..ish

I'll vote hot, but don't waste your time mate, I posted the ]exact same deal the other day... And you can see how well that went down with some. ;-)

Best to add into the title the fact that the delivery is not included. Still a decent deal.

TheDoc;2437724

I'll vote hot, but don't waste your time mate, I posted the ]exact same … I'll vote hot, but don't waste your time mate, I posted the ]exact same deal the other day... And you can see how well that went down with some. ;-)



You got what you deserved

Geemac;2438326

You got what you deserved



LOL

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TheDoc;2437724

I'll vote hot, but don't waste your time mate, I posted the ]exact same … I'll vote hot, but don't waste your time mate, I posted the ]exact same deal the other day... And you can see how well that went down with some. ;-)



Read the thread, makes perfect sense to me. I agree not including the delivery price is misleading

sorry guys!

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Especially when the delivery cost is more than twice the cost of the product and a lot more than it would cost to actually send it.

mrtea;2439413

Especially when the delivery cost is more than twice the cost of the … Especially when the delivery cost is more than twice the cost of the product and a lot more than it would cost to actually send it.



ahhh another one of those people who thinks the post & packing only covers the actual stamp cost, how about the jiffy bag, the wages of the person packing the jiffy bag, the cost of the credit/debit transaction, the cost of transferring the payment to the bank account, then there is the VAT on these charges, remember business have to pay VAT on postage costs received but not pay VAT on the postage so this money goes straight into the governments pocket. All these things need to be paid for, as you can see that costs a lot more than just a stamp:whistling::whistling:

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cabstar;2439553

ahhh another one of those people who thinks the post & packing only … ahhh another one of those people who thinks the post & packing only covers the actual stamp cost, how about the jiffy bag, the wages of the person packing the jiffy bag, the cost of the credit/debit transaction, the cost of transferring the payment to the bank account, then there is the VAT on these charges, remember business have to pay VAT on postage costs received but not pay VAT on the postage so this money goes straight into the governments pocket. All these things need to be paid for, as you can see that costs a lot more than just a stamp:whistling::whistling:



I understand all of this, but how can websites like theskippinghippo.co.uk do postage charges of £1.25 ?

You would expect the smaller sites to have the higher charges

Also I assume this is how play can get away with free delivery because of their vat exemption

cabstar;2439553

ahhh another one of those people who thinks the post & packing only … ahhh another one of those people who thinks the post & packing only covers the actual stamp cost, how about the jiffy bag, the wages of the person packing the jiffy bag, the cost of the credit/debit transaction, the cost of transferring the payment to the bank account, then there is the VAT on these charges, remember business have to pay VAT on postage costs received but not pay VAT on the postage so this money goes straight into the governments pocket. All these things need to be paid for, as you can see that costs a lot more than just a stamp:whistling::whistling:



Sorry what has “the cost of the credit/debit transaction, the cost of transferring the payment to the bank account” to do with P+P charges :?

out of stock usual

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cabstar;2439553

ahhh another one of those people who thinks the post & packing only … ahhh another one of those people who thinks the post & packing only covers the actual stamp cost, how about the jiffy bag, the wages of the person packing the jiffy bag, the cost of the credit/debit transaction, the cost of transferring the payment to the bank account, then there is the VAT on these charges, remember business have to pay VAT on postage costs received but not pay VAT on the postage so this money goes straight into the governments pocket.




Another one who believes there is nothing wrong with excessive postage costs which retailers use to hide the price of the actual product. :whistling: :whistling: :whistling:

Should be a rule on here about not posting deals that do not include P&P!
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