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Faux Leather Double Bed for £119.98 delivered!!! @ ebay outlet (thebedcompany)
Faux Leather Double Bed for £119.98 delivered!!! @ ebay outlet (thebedcompany)

Faux Leather Double Bed for £119.98 delivered!!! @ ebay outlet (thebedcompany)

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Ive been after a new bed for a few weeks now and after seeing another HUKD member post a double mattress i thought id snap this up too. Seems like a pretty good deal for a double bed. Delivery is only £9.99 to so is pretty reasonable.

Dimensions:
Length 204 x Width 141cm
Headboard (including leg) 91cm
Footboard (including leg) 50cm

Next day delivery if ordered before 3pm!!!

Plus £9.99 Delivery
- Haylhoo

The King Size version is £10 extra (170583914937)
hotukdeals.com/tag/dea…423

Mattress (250746137894) to suit is £154.79
hotukdeals.com/tag/dea…429
- simon-c

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You need to add the Delivery charge to your total cost, plus you should show delivery cost and store name in your title (of all deals). HTH
Edited by: "Haylhoo" 30th Dec 2010

Original Poster

Haylhoo

You need to add the Delivery charge to your total cost, plus you should … You need to add the Delivery charge to your total cost, plus you should show delivery cost and store name in your title (of all deals). HTH



Ok, i'm new to this so didn't quite know what to put...thought i had covered everything...oops!!

Thanks for the tips

Original Poster

Edited

The way I do it is this sort of sequence:

Faux Leather Double Bed £109.99 plus £9.99 Delivery @ ebay outlet (thebedcompany)

Then in the price (which goes under the pic) put the full delivered price = £119.98

In the main body of description display the price the item was reduced from (if any).

Welcome to HUKD. Enjoy!

After x2 new beds - this is a great price.

Seems obvious as you can see from the pic, but don't buy for anyone who struggles to get up from a low position, eg oldies or people with back issues - this bed is literally a matress on the ground if it is the same as my friends. Looked the part though I have to admit

been looking at this for a while in kingsize

id stay away if i were you - i have this bed from ebay and im not in any way overweight... roll over the slightest bit and the slats go through. very unsturdy bed wish id never bought it.

Looks like cheap tat to me! Probably ok for a spare room with minimum. More often than not, you get what you pay for.

therange.co.uk/inv…68/

Faux leather bed (4ft 6) for £100 delivered if anyone is interested? At the range. I like the look of the the bed company one better though.

make sure you go thur' topcashback as you will get about 40% of the ebay fees which is charged to thebedcompany (may work out to be about £2.50-ish). i tend to see better tracking with TCP than quidco. (ie. log in to TCB, and go thru ebay thru TCB)
Edited by: "urinthematrix" 30th Dec 2010

same one as pound stretcher only theirs is now £99.........wouldnt trust it for the money though!!

The single version is more expensive!

if you do not like the bed afer purchase from e-bay this is the shop policiy is that, buyer have to pay for return P&P. So for cost of sending this bed back to seller one would prefer to keep it or dump it
Edited by: "ashok2508" 30th Dec 2010

These are out of fashion now

I have wanted this bed for ages, but I have so much stuff under my bed that I wouldn't have a new home for :P.... want it bad though! HOT!

ashok2508

if you do not like the bed afer purchase from e-bay this is the shop … if you do not like the bed afer purchase from e-bay this is the shop policiy that buyer have to pay for return P&P. So for cost of sending this bed back to seller one would prefer to keep it or dump it



Nice attitude in this time when everyone is trying to survive. Luckily for them they have protected themselves from scammers by adding this to their terms:

"For your peace of mind and in compliance with the distance selling law, we offer a 7 day money back guarantee within which, for what ever reason, you may return your item for a full refund (excluding P&P costs) - returned postage must be paid for by the buyer."

Just out of curiosity, which mattress did you go for? I'm still trying to decide on which one to get.
Cheers

not bad a deal,

americanonpurpose

Nice attitude in this time when everyone is trying to survive. Luckily … Nice attitude in this time when everyone is trying to survive. Luckily for them they have protected themselves from scammers by adding this to their terms:"For your peace of mind and in compliance with the distance selling law, we offer a 7 day money back guarantee within which, for what ever reason, you may return your item for a full refund (excluding P&P costs) - returned postage must be paid for by the buyer."



whats new about that - almost all ebay outlets and most websites require you to pay return postage

We bought one of these in the double size for my daughter's room. It was OK for the money - you pay for what you get - what can you expect for £109 ?! Certainly not worth the £500 they claim it is reduced from !! It is not as substantial as the picture and I said that in my feed back on ebay. Customer Services phoned me to ask why I had put that and they said they would change the photograph - they sent me a pair of Memory Foam Pillows as a gesture of good will !! Couldn't fault the quickness for delivery though, it did come the next day.

I brought a bed from the same company, a king size with underneath drawers and paid just under £300 with the mattress. It's actually quite study and not bed at all for the price. I've had it for 3 months now and not one problem at all :-)

I live in Nottingham so I went to pick it up from them directly, they had quite a few beds and apparently supply DFS...

spenspuma

These are out of fashion now



Yeah... imagine walking down the street with one of these under your arm......... u wouldn't wanna bump into anyone you know! oh the shame!
eth0

I brought a bed from the same company, a king size with underneath … I brought a bed from the same company, a king size with underneath drawers and paid just under £300 with the mattress. It's actually quite study and not bed at all for the price. I've had it for 3 months now and not one problem at all :-)I live in Nottingham so I went to pick it up from them directly, they had quite a few beds and apparently supply DFS...



So, it's not actuallly a bed? but a study?

Anyway, i think this could be one of those purchases that 'seemed like a good idea at the time'



Edited by: "jayjayuk1234" 4th Jan 2011
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