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Again? It was posted this week already...
dzejms21/04/2020 20:35

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/free-lego-lifeagazine-subscription-3445455


This deal is for a catalogue. The link is for a kids magazine. They are not the same.
dzejms21/04/2020 20:35

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/free-lego-lifeagazine-subscription-3445455


this is different, click the link !
dzejms21/04/2020 20:34

Again? It was posted this week already...


This is a totally different item!
It's...just a catalogue.
At best download it digitally so as not to put a burden on the post service!
Or maybe browse Lego online as needed? Paper catalogues are unnecessary for all but those who cannot browse the internet, and frankly a waste of materials like paper and ink (yes I know I sound like a grumpy git )
gb199921/04/2020 21:11

Or maybe browse Lego online as needed? Paper catalogues are unnecessary …Or maybe browse Lego online as needed? Paper catalogues are unnecessary for all but those who cannot browse the internet, and frankly a waste of materials like paper and ink (yes I know I sound like a grumpy git )


somebody might post catalogue from ARGOS
Come on it is not 80's any more we don't need more waste around
Sorry but this is not, and should not be a deal. As someone has stated, browse shop.lego.com if you want to know what they have but don't put an unnecessary strain on the postal system.
I made a comment in a post linked up above saying about the catalogue, obviously i inspired someone to post a deal. Whoops i guess. Gave some heat anyway as these catalogues do for some reason have a market believe it or not like the Argos catalogues do, maybe not to the same level as the Argos ones but still a market. Looking on eBay at some sold listings and some people have sold these free catalogues for around £3 which isn't much but £3 profit if you think about it.

I do have a few of the most recent catalogues and its a great thing to just read through seeing all the sets that have now retired and shot up in value. Now, I guess you could do this on sites such as Brickset but for some reason it feel better looking at them via a catalogue.
minifig29021/04/2020 21:44

I made a comment in a post linked up above saying about the catalogue, …I made a comment in a post linked up above saying about the catalogue, obviously i inspired someone to post a deal. Whoops i guess. Gave some heat anyway as these catalogues do for some reason have a market believe it or not like the Argos catalogues do, maybe not to the same level as the Argos ones but still a market. Looking on eBay at some sold listings and some people have sold these free catalogues for around £3 which isn't much but £3 profit if you think about it.I do have a few of the most recent catalogues and its a great thing to just read through seeing all the sets that have now retired and shot up in value. Now, I guess you could do this on sites such as Brickset but for some reason it feel better looking at them via a catalogue.


Lego catalogues have a market? The world really has gone mad. Just my opinion but I dont think this site should encourage that sort of thing.
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MS5B21/04/2020 22:24

Lego catalogues have a market? The world really has gone mad. Just my …Lego catalogues have a market? The world really has gone mad. Just my opinion but I dont think this site should encourage that sort of thing.



Theres a market for almost anything now days
Not gonna be popular but I love going to the store and picking up the leaflet, then sitting looking through with my kids- the website is just not the same!

Worth noting that you can download a copy if you don’t want to have one sent out- not quite as good as the real thing but it will do for now
minifig29021/04/2020 21:44

I made a comment in a post linked up above saying about the catalogue, …I made a comment in a post linked up above saying about the catalogue, obviously i inspired someone to post a deal. Whoops i guess. Gave some heat anyway as these catalogues do for some reason have a market believe it or not like the Argos catalogues do, maybe not to the same level as the Argos ones but still a market. Looking on eBay at some sold listings and some people have sold these free catalogues for around £3 which isn't much but £3 profit if you think about it.I do have a few of the most recent catalogues and its a great thing to just read through seeing all the sets that have now retired and shot up in value. Now, I guess you could do this on sites such as Brickset but for some reason it feel better looking at them via a catalogue.


It's not really any profit though from £3. eBay take 10%, PayPal 3%, and postage will likely be a couple of quid depending on how much the catalogue weighs. Then there's packaging materials. You'll be likely if you make a quids profit from a sale like that
Edited by: "gb1999" 22nd Apr
gb199922/04/2020 09:39

It's not really any profit though from £3. eBay take 10%, PayPal 3%, and …It's not really any profit though from £3. eBay take 10%, PayPal 3%, and postage will likely be a couple of quid depending on how much the catalogue weighs. Then there's packaging materials. You'll be likely if you make a quids profit from a sale like that


A quid is a quid.
Ridiculous. Save our trees.
sammy_zammy22/04/2020 12:13

A quid is a quid.


Well it’s probably at least half an hours effort in listing the item, packaging it, buying postage and taking to the post office. If I offered you a job where you take home £2 an hour would you be interested?

each to their own though, some might need to do it
gb199922/04/2020 12:59

Well it’s probably at least half an hours effort in listing the item, p …Well it’s probably at least half an hours effort in listing the item, packaging it, buying postage and taking to the post office. If I offered you a job where you take home £2 an hour would you be interested? each to their own though, some might need to do it


That argument doesn't make sense.
It's not a £2 per hour job, it's a one-off £1 in half an hour. I'd take £1 for doing that, it's not like it'll take much out of my day.

Let's treat it like a job though as per your statement - therefore you would be listing multiple catalogues. You're not going to take them to the post office each individually are you? You're not going to type out the same listing description (bar say a date) multiple times are you? So maybe if you had 5 catalogues, you'd earn £5 and it'd maybe only take you an hour total, perhaps assuming they don't all sell at once.

I'd take £5 an hour for listing something on eBay and taking it to the post office.

And don't give me the patronising "some might need to do it", of course I don't need £1, but I'm not complaining if I get it.
sammy_zammy22/04/2020 13:17

That argument doesn't make sense.It's not a £2 per hour job, it's a …That argument doesn't make sense.It's not a £2 per hour job, it's a one-off £1 in half an hour. I'd take £1 for doing that, it's not like it'll take much out of my day.Let's treat it like a job though as per your statement - therefore you would be listing multiple catalogues. You're not going to take them to the post office each individually are you? You're not going to type out the same listing description (bar say a date) multiple times are you? So maybe if you had 5 catalogues, you'd earn £5 and it'd maybe only take you an hour total, perhaps assuming they don't all sell at once.I'd take £5 an hour for listing something on eBay and taking it to the post office.And don't give me the patronising "some might need to do it", of course I don't need £1, but I'm not complaining if I get it.


I’m not looking to patronise you (I’m not sure why you would think that last line was directed to you in particular), just make the point that for me 30 mins work is not worth £1 profit (and my original point was that you’d be lucky to make £1 from selling these). YMMV.

Anyway this is my last post on the subject as I’m not looking for an argument.
gb199922/04/2020 13:26

I’m not looking to patronise you (I’m not sure why you would think that las …I’m not looking to patronise you (I’m not sure why you would think that last line was directed to you in particular), just make the point that for me 30 mins work is not worth £1 profit (and my original point was that you’d be lucky to make £1 from selling these). YMMV. Anyway this is my last post on the subject as I’m not looking for an argument.


Me too, stay safe and have good day
CKBhuna21/04/2020 21:38

Sorry but this is not, and should not be a deal.


This is as muh a deal as all the other 'alway have been and always will be free' items that get posted on here.
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