Jeremy Clarkson "How hard can it be" Hardback £5 at Wh Smith
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Jeremy Clarkson "How hard can it be" Hardback £5 at Wh Smith

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Found 30th Sep 2010
Wh Smith is currently selling this book at £10 but you can get it for £5 instore using the printable £5 off £10 spend voucher

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Aww to be fair, the cold response isn't personal to you OP, it just shows how much Jeremy Clarkson is liked.

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therealslimkaty

Aww to be fair, the cold response isn't personal to you OP, it just shows … Aww to be fair, the cold response isn't personal to you OP, it just shows how much Jeremy Clarkson is liked.



Well thanks for the vote of confidence,lol

Voted HOT, regardless of if you like Clarkson, it's the best price available.

Voucher states on book OVER £10 but then goes on to say any Book £10 or over, anyone tried it on this book?

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Bloke

Voted HOT, regardless of if you like Clarkson, it's the best price … Voted HOT, regardless of if you like Clarkson, it's the best price available.Voucher states on book OVER £10 but then goes on to say any Book £10 or over, anyone tried it on this book?



yeah the voucher does work on books priced at £10, used it for Guiness book of records priced at £10

Thanks lyndaloo will be buying this tomorrow

I've found that the Smiths near me tend to price up their 'half price' books originally costing £20 as £9.99...I s'pose I could argue the toss that £9.99 ain't 'half price'!

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Krinkle

I've found that the Smiths near me tend to price up their 'half price' … I've found that the Smiths near me tend to price up their 'half price' books originally costing £20 as £9.99...I s'pose I could argue the toss that £9.99 ain't 'half price'!



And why would you want to do that?

Where is the voucher?

theman_257

Where is the voucher?



click on the £5- voucher link at bottom of the post

These work on £10 books-got Steven fry last month for £5 in same way.

Ah.. a link to the voucheres

Used to really hate this guy after his 'smell their fear' comment but now having watched Top Gear a bit and the other prog...meet The neighbours ? I kinda like him a bit better. He says what he pleases and I like that.

lyndaloo - Sep 30, 2010 15:07
Krinkle
I've found that the Smiths near me tend to price up their 'half price' books originally costing £20 as £9.99...I s'pose I could argue the toss that £9.99 ain't 'half price'!


And why would you want to do that?

er, maybe because Kribkle wants to use the £5 off voucher, and as £9.99 is less, wont be able to, simple really.

hes always a good read
but a bit like marmite

£14 instore...

Yep, £14 in three stores I've tried shame.

Picked up the new Ben Collins (Stig) book instead for £5.01 (1p for a bag lol) using the voucher.
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