HOTTER Secret Sale, up to 50% off! with free del
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HOTTER Secret Sale, up to 50% off! with free del

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Found 31st Oct 2013
Hotter shoes and boots for men and women, up to 50% off and free delivery with code MJDSECRET

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I don't know why this is cold my mum loves these shoes they are so comfortable thank you Helendy.

sukysue

I don't know why this is cold my mum loves these shoes they are so … I don't know why this is cold my mum loves these shoes they are so comfortable thank you Helendy.



Maybe thats why they are cold ? (_;)

Thank you. Does anyone know if this is on store too? Been hoping for a sale as they're very expensive normally but sooooo comfy!

If nobody knows, Boundary mill sells hotter shoes for way cheaper than the hotter stores starting from £15. The sheffield branch have reduced all theirs by £10 off of their outlet prices and also do a 3 for 2 offer at the minute. Most of their shoes are £30 at minute, I bought 3 pairs for £40 the other day. Definitely worth a look!

VC1990 thank you thank you!! Didnt know that. Hubby won't like it but now I know where we are going tomorrow shopping

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sukysue

I don't know why this is cold my mum loves these shoes they are so … I don't know why this is cold my mum loves these shoes they are so comfortable thank you Helendy.



To be honest I didn't realise ths site worked like this. So it looks like if people don't like something they mark it cold even though it's actually a fantastic deal for those who do like a product . Am very disappointed to be honest, I'll not be sharing deals here again. Thanks for your nice comment sukysue.

Colder

Helendy

To be honest I didn't realise ths site worked like this. So it looks like … To be honest I didn't realise ths site worked like this. So it looks like if people don't like something they mark it cold even though it's actually a fantastic deal for those who do like a product . Am very disappointed to be honest, I'll not be sharing deals here again. Thanks for your nice comment sukysue.



This is the internet, there are lots of clever, clueless, nasty etc. people out there. People are supposed to vote on the value for money of a deal (that shouldn't include "I wouldn't buy that even if you paid me!"), but that means different things to different people - give them a button and they'll press it. Why, though, do they go to all the trouble of clicking on, reading and voting cold for products they don't actually like?

Maybe the site designers could put a pop-up definition of what hot/cold mean (and don't mean) when people hover over the buttons?
Edited by: "equinox" 1st Nov 2013
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