BUILD-A-BEAR 4 x £25 Gift E-Card Ticket - £69.99 at Costco
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BUILD-A-BEAR 4 x £25 Gift E-Card Ticket - £69.99 at Costco

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Found 14th Dec 2017
Good deals to be had here if you are going to be spending money or gifting some cards.
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'Bear' in mind, Build-a-bear are offering £10 vouchers for a fiver in store with no minimum spend. You could probably get £100 worth of vouchers for about £55.
It baffles me that people on here will vote any apple product cold for being too expensive and then spend £70 on teddy bear vouchers
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'Bear' in mind, Build-a-bear are offering £10 vouchers for a fiver in store with no minimum spend. You could probably get £100 worth of vouchers for about £55.
It baffles me that people on here will vote any apple product cold for being too expensive and then spend £70 on teddy bear vouchers
Urzrkymn3 m ago

It baffles me that people on here will vote any apple product cold for …It baffles me that people on here will vote any apple product cold for being too expensive and then spend £70 on teddy bear vouchers


What a bizarre comment. How on earth did you get from build a bear vouchers to Apple?
fivegoldstars2 h, 2 m ago

'Bear' in mind, Build-a-bear are offering £10 vouchers for a fiver in …'Bear' in mind, Build-a-bear are offering £10 vouchers for a fiver in store with no minimum spend. You could probably get £100 worth of vouchers for about £55.


Is there any info about this deal? I have looked on their website but cannot see anything!
Has been posted already a couple of times, but a good deal.

There are also 2×£25 vouchers for £39.99, and if you're not a costco member you have to factor in a 5% charge.
fivegoldstars3 h, 2 m ago

'Bear' in mind, Build-a-bear are offering £10 vouchers for a fiver in …'Bear' in mind, Build-a-bear are offering £10 vouchers for a fiver in store with no minimum spend. You could probably get £100 worth of vouchers for about £55.

Id like to know about this too fivegoldstars please if you don't mind sharing as haven’t seen anything anywhere about this, cheers 🏼
I almost died leaving our local build a bear... over £70 for 2 teddies and they never got played with.... just sat on the bed....
fivegoldstars3 h, 10 m ago

'Bear' in mind, Build-a-bear are offering £10 vouchers for a fiver in …'Bear' in mind, Build-a-bear are offering £10 vouchers for a fiver in store with no minimum spend. You could probably get £100 worth of vouchers for about £55.


Ah when I went in there last week, you had to spend £25 if I recall...
Alannyah40 m ago

Ah when I went in there last week, you had to spend £25 if I recall...


It used to be £25 minimum spend, but they've dropped it, certainly at the McArthur Glen store. I bought a couple last weekend - second one I'd only spent £5. Assistant confirmed no minimum spend required.
fivegoldstars14 m ago

It used to be £25 minimum spend, but they've dropped it, certainly at the …It used to be £25 minimum spend, but they've dropped it, certainly at the McArthur Glen store. I bought a couple last weekend - second one I'd only spent £5. Assistant confirmed no minimum spend required.


Fair enough just hope they let you do it in the same store(highfive)
White silent night flamedeer woohoo!
dewhe3 m ago

White silent night flamedeer woohoo!


All caught
I used the e vouchers and exchanged them in store for 5 x £20 gift cards. 5 Xmas presents sorted
There is also a £10 off when you spend £30 voucher floating around on here. As long as you put everything through as separate transactions you can use as many as you want. We have just got back from Liverpool and we used this offer of £100 vouchers for £70, then we put everything into batches of around £30 so ended up getting roughly £150 worth of stuff for £70.
I hate this retailer. I've taken my daughter a couple of times, but no more. The sales assistants persistently try to sell to the children despite being asked not to. I'm lucky as my daughter is happy to get what we agree to at the start. Their tactic is to make children want something so badly the parents have to give in and buy it. The products are generally cheap and the stitching easily comes apart.
Edited by: "IainS" 15th Dec 2017
Good for a party birthday party
fivegoldstars14th Dec

'Bear' in mind, Build-a-bear are offering £10 vouchers for a fiver in …'Bear' in mind, Build-a-bear are offering £10 vouchers for a fiver in store with no minimum spend. You could probably get £100 worth of vouchers for about £55.


I was going to take my 2 as they have been asking for 2 years now. So would i be best off getting the vouchers instore and then take them up there?
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