Free Thinsulate Beanie  Hat (£3.95 p&p) !
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Free Thinsulate Beanie Hat (£3.95 p&p) !

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Found 8th Mar 2008
Get your FREE Thinsulate Hat in either Green or Black

Offer finishes 10th March 2008

Postage is £3.95 But still a bargain

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Thinsuate beanie hats are available in our local Poundland

So £3.95 isn't really free

...just thought it was worth a mention

Arco £1.25

Moved to deals, as it has a charge involved.

Thats not really that great

seen these for £1 last week and gloves to match

£3.95 postage charged for an item that probably costs £1.50 maximum in postage. Even allowing for the packaging, lets say £0.50, it's a £1.95 charge for goods that you can probably purchase from China for £0.50 tops.
In reality, this 'freebie' is probably netting them £1.45 per order. A nice little earner.

They are not in business to lose money. :thinking:

PaulPoole;1691110

They are not in business to lose money. :thinking:



Of course they're not, the point is that this is not a freebie, nor a hot deal. As several have already pointed out, they can be purchased for less in your local high street.

Banned

These retail for £10 what's with all the cold votes.

Banned

lumoruk;1691397

These retail for £10 what's with all the cold votes.



If you have paid £10 for one of these they saw you coming!

lumoruk;1691397

These retail for £10 what's with all the cold votes.



Buy them anytime in Poundland for emmmmmmmmm, oh yes, 1 pound! cold.

Banned

RedSkywalker;1691524

Buy them anytime in Poundland for emmmmmmmmm, oh yes, 1 pound! cold.



We all know stuff in poundland/poundsaver and the others are not what you would call legit products, Panasonic batteries for £1 :thinking: besides those shops only seem to be in rough towns. I unfortunately do not live in such a place as my council tax bill keeps reminding me.

ethel austin charges £1.99, all year round. sometimes £1 if its summer!
stone cold im afraid.

lumoruk;1692080

We all know stuff in poundland/poundsaver and the others are not what you … We all know stuff in poundland/poundsaver and the others are not what you would call legit products, Panasonic batteries for £1 :thinking: besides those shops only seem to be in rough towns. I unfortunately do not live in such a place as my council tax bill keeps reminding me.


Stop talking out of your arrse, its a business, it wouldn't be operating 5 mins if it sold counterfit / fake goods and I wont even comment on your other comment - read the daily mail do you :thinking:
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