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Free Delivery On a Spend of £49 at eBuyer.Com !
Free Delivery On a Spend of £49 at eBuyer.Com !

Free Delivery On a Spend of £49 at eBuyer.Com !

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Free delivery on ALL orders over £49 inc VAT @ Ebuyer.com back on !!

Free Shipping only qualifies on orders with a total £49 and when 'Super Saver' delivery option is selected. Discounted shipping applies to UK mainland deliveries only and excludes selected delivery methods.

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Voted hot don't know why somebody has voted cold :x

Isn't this a regular offer? Have seen it for quite a while - still good to know!

Original Poster Editor

Thanks for the warm up abacus :thumbsup:

Yes this offer comes and goes at Ebuyer Zedmeister

Free delivery over £49? Not if you live in NI it isn't! Add another £26.50 on to your order if you do.

Original Poster Editor

Welcome to the forums mick rick

Yes unfortunately it doesnt apply to N. Ireland, i'll amend the op to reflect that .

Hi, this is a good offer. Voted hot. However this offer has been ongoing all this week.

Rgds.

When does the offer expire normally? (for whichever weekend they do it)

Already know about this but voted hot as they are the cheapest supplier around that I know generally :thumbsup: will be ordering bits for a friend's budget build soon for £170 ;-)

Just confirming this is working as of 19:22 today when I placed an order.

This has been on for the last 2 weeks

and will keep going hopefully

Does Ebuyer normally give insufficient padding when they package things or only on orders on free delivery? I recently received 2 packages via their free delivery option and both boxes were damaged. The damage on one box was so bad that there was slight damage to the contents of the box. Had there been more bubble wrap or equivlent then it would have been ok :x

Thanks Cat Very useful.

Lad

Does Ebuyer normally give insufficient padding when they package things … Does Ebuyer normally give insufficient padding when they package things or only on orders on free delivery? I recently received 2 packages via their free delivery option and both boxes were damaged. The damage on one box was so bad that there was slight damage to the contents of the box. Had there been more bubble wrap or equivlent then it would have been ok :x


Im my experience they've always added too much padding if anything, for a VGA cable I order a couple of weeks ago they sent a box about 30cm by 15cm by 6cm, filled with those plastic air pockets with the cable safe and sound in the middle.

If the original boxed packaging for any item is delivered, I always turn it back.

Why?
Bacause: If the contents are damaged, or do not work, or not as advertised and you ask for a refund, the vast majority or etailers will demand the box be in brand new condition so they can restock it as new. Any damage will be contributed to you since you accepted delivery and you can't prove otherwise (or trying to is such a massive nightmare it is not worth it)

Lesson for today:
ALWAYS DENY DELIVERY OF ANY DAMAGED BOXES ON YOUR GOODS
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