Bostik Original Blu Tack - White £1 (+£4.49 non-prime) @ Amazon
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Bostik Original Blu Tack - White £1 (+£4.49 non-prime) @ Amazon

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Posted 22nd May
Blue Tack Bostik Mastic Adhesive Non-toxic White. The Blue Tack is Clean, reusable mastic adhesive with a multitude of uses. Ideal for sticking up maps, charts etc., or holding telephones, calculators etc. firmly to desks.

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Bostik B183836 Blu Tack - White

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re-useable adhesive - in whiteClean, safe and easy to useVery versatile with thousands of uses
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Or poundland if you don’t want to wait for postal.
It's always this price.
£1 everywhere.

Just my personal view but many of the deals posted for Amazon are only a deal if you have Prime and want something delivered. Obviously this is exactly their point to keep you paying into the eco-system and to increase the percentage of your spending with them.
deanwall22/05/2020 12:29

£1 everywhere. Just my personal view but many of the deals posted for …£1 everywhere. Just my personal view but many of the deals posted for Amazon are only a deal if you have Prime and want something delivered. Obviously this is exactly their point to keep you paying into the eco-system and to increase the percentage of your spending with them.


£1 everywhere except for the places where they aren't £1 😏
deanwall22/05/2020 12:29

£1 everywhere. Just my personal view but many of the deals posted for …£1 everywhere. Just my personal view but many of the deals posted for Amazon are only a deal if you have Prime and want something delivered. Obviously this is exactly their point to keep you paying into the eco-system and to increase the percentage of your spending with them.


Aye they want you in their ecosystem, thing is, it's kind of the best place to shop. For the feedback from buyers on products, the return policy, the delivery policy etc. If that isn't worth a membership type system then I don't know what is. If one person in your family has prime, you can link your account and get free deliveries and all that too. May have to be same household, can't remember.
Random_clicks22/05/2020 12:35

Aye they want you in their ecosystem, thing is, it's kind of the best …Aye they want you in their ecosystem, thing is, it's kind of the best place to shop. For the feedback from buyers on products, the return policy, the delivery policy etc. If that isn't worth a membership type system then I don't know what is. If one person in your family has prime, you can link your account and get free deliveries and all that too. May have to be same household, can't remember.


I do agree that sometimes it can be worth it and was a member myself for many years. Just realised that for me personally overall it wasn't worth it. Very rarely there's something under £20 when I miss having it - 99% of the time the same price can be had elsewhere albeit without next day delivery. Naturally everyone's situation will vary and as long as it drives profit Amazon will promte it.
Random_clicks22/05/2020 12:35

Aye they want you in their ecosystem, thing is, it's kind of the best …Aye they want you in their ecosystem, thing is, it's kind of the best place to shop. For the feedback from buyers on products, the return policy, the delivery policy etc. If that isn't worth a membership type system then I don't know what is. If one person in your family has prime, you can link your account and get free deliveries and all that too. May have to be same household, can't remember.


Doesn't have to be in the same household /address. I am sharing someone else's, and we are 200 miles apart.

People can share the cost as well if they share membership. I think it's worth it. Especially during this covid-19, where you don't need to go outside to buy £1 item.
deanwall22/05/2020 12:42

I do agree that sometimes it can be worth it and was a member myself for …I do agree that sometimes it can be worth it and was a member myself for many years. Just realised that for me personally overall it wasn't worth it. Very rarely there's something under £20 when I miss having it - 99% of the time the same price can be had elsewhere albeit without next day delivery. Naturally everyone's situation will vary and as long as it drives profit Amazon will promte it.


In fact I thought it over a bit after writing my comment and there are so many items on there that are all overpriced in categories. Like say an ice cube tray that's sold by Amazon or couple of plastic boxes etc. That you'd get well cheaper in the shops, add on non prime delivery fees, not worth it, maybe just the convenience is too tempting for people.
ummtrio22/05/2020 13:03

Doesn't have to be in the same household /address. I am sharing someone …Doesn't have to be in the same household /address. I am sharing someone else's, and we are 200 miles apart.People can share the cost as well if they share membership. I think it's worth it. Especially during this covid-19, where you don't need to go outside to buy £1 item.


Ah, that's so cool, good policy that one for sure.
Random_clicks22/05/2020 12:35

If that isn't worth a membership type system then I don't know what is.


Giving monopoly control of consumer purchasing to one global company is only a bad thing when governments become too undermined by their employment power to dare to restrict it.

Say for example, the requirement to pay tax, in order to pay for public services now that Amazon has driven all the other domestic companies out of business...

I don't care beyond making this ethical point, but if you have children then this is the future that you are expecting them to pay for.

This deal is like paying £1 for milk, but £5.49 without Prime. In either case it is not a deal, it just sounds better than paying £5.49 for milk.... The fact that people always vote hot for Amazon Prime deals is nearly always self delusion. £1 is the normal price for blutack...
Edited by: "horsey" 22nd May
plainjayne8122/05/2020 12:32

£1 everywhere except for the places where they aren't £1 😏


Too right... 29p in Home Bargains!
marty-40122/05/2020 15:18

Too right... 29p in Home Bargains!


If you mean their 'white tack', it's no where near as good as this.
plainjayne8122/05/2020 15:31

If you mean their 'white tack', it's no where near as good as this.


No... It's exactly the same as posted.
This is 29p in Aldi - selected stores.
Thanks
horsey22/05/2020 14:35

Giving monopoly control of consumer purchasing to one global company is …Giving monopoly control of consumer purchasing to one global company is only a bad thing when governments become too undermined by their employment power to dare to restrict it.Say for example, the requirement to pay tax, in order to pay for public services now that Amazon has driven all the other domestic companies out of business... I don't care beyond making this ethical point, but if you have children then this is the future that you are expecting them to pay for.This deal is like paying £1 for milk, but £5.49 without Prime. In either case it is not a deal, it just sounds better than paying £5.49 for milk.... The fact that people always vote hot for Amazon Prime deals is nearly always self delusion. £1 is the normal price for blutack...


Yeah, I totally agree.
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