DeWALT Safety Workboot - Makro £24.99 **Zero VAT**
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DeWALT Safety Workboot - Makro £24.99 **Zero VAT**

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Found 30th Jun 2013
Needed some new work boots, these fit the bill. Pretty comfortable, cushioned heel, removable comfort insole.

RRP £59.99.

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Original Poster

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Hi, Can you buy online ? or do you need to be a member to shop there ? Would really like to get these !! heat added....

Its instore only and its a trade/wholesaler so not supposed to be for joe public, if you know anyone who has a makro card they could get you some.

1234orange

Hi, Can you buy online ? or do you need to be a member to shop there ? … Hi, Can you buy online ? or do you need to be a member to shop there ? Would really like to get these !! heat added....


you need a card to shop instore but anyone can use makro online, online has free delivery on £50+
i have added a link to the page for you
store.makro.co.uk/c-1…spx

megazoid

Its instore only and its a trade/wholesaler so not supposed to be for joe … Its instore only and its a trade/wholesaler so not supposed to be for joe public, if you know anyone who has a makro card they could get you some.


sorry megazoid but this is not correct
im a cardholder so can use both instore and online but anyone can use online but the range on offer is a lot more limited

from the web page
You DON'T need a Makro card to shop online!
FREE standard delivery on orders over £50 (ex VAT)
View Basket: (Your Basket is Empty. )

Edited by: "wakey41" 30th Jun 2013

can't say Ive visited the makro website in such a long time never new you could buy online lol

good to know.

Banned

zero vat my ass

douglas13

zero vat my ass



?

Why would there be VAT?

Editor

douglas13

zero vat my ass



I need to know two things from you.....

1:) Why you believe VAT is included.
2:) Why your 'ass' is involved.

Does anyone know why safety 'trainers' aren't zero rated for vat like boots are?

Seems like a great price if they are comfy and reasonably hard wearing.

How do protective boots and helmets qualify for zero-rating?

They are zero-rated when all the following conditions are met
The articles must be boots or helmets


What is the difference between a shoe and a boot?
The British Standards Institution defines a boot as having a minimum leg height of 90mm measured vertically from the insole at the back.

Taken from HMRC website
customs.hmrc.gov.uk/cha…ent

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How do protective boots and helmets qualify for zero-rating?They are … How do protective boots and helmets qualify for zero-rating?They are zero-rated when all the following conditions are metThe articles must be boots or helmetsWhat is the difference between a shoe and a boot?The British Standards Institution defines a boot as having a minimum leg height of 90mm measured vertically from the insole at the back.Taken from HMRC websitehttp://customs.hmrc.gov.uk/channelsPortalWebApp/channelsPortalWebApp.portal?_nfpb=true&_pageLabel=pageLibrary_ShowContent&id=HMCE_CL_000107&propertyType=document#P58_2559



Now I know, thanks!
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