LEGO 70909 Batman Batcave Break-in Building Toy £65.59 - Exclusive for Prime Members @ Amazon
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LEGO 70909 Batman Batcave Break-in Building Toy £65.59 - Exclusive for Prime Members @ Amazon

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Found 2nd Sep 2017
Looks like a price match to Tesco deal that was posted yesterday. If you prefer to buy from Amazon, it is the same price as Tesco.


70902 LEGO Batman Catwoman Catcycle Chase Building Toy also selling at £14.40 (has been cheaper in the best but currently the cheapest here, Tesco or John Lewis)
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I'd probably bite were I a Prime member.
mrlaurelshat19 h, 54 m ago

I'd probably bite were I a Prime member.



You don't need to be a prime member, just order from the seller Directbargainonline who are selling for £59.99 plus £5.13 postage (no prime required)

amazon.co.uk/gp/…new
Same price at smyths, in-store and online.
Heat added!
voted code, sorry, this was the price back in may

You purchased this item on 2 May 2017.
Why would I buy it from Amazon, when I could buy at the same price, from trusted UK company.
KuK5 h, 46 m ago

Why would I buy it from Amazon, when I could buy at the same price, from …Why would I buy it from Amazon, when I could buy at the same price, from trusted UK company.

I hope you’re not talking about Tesco being a trusted company?
ferrim1 h, 34 m ago

I hope you’re not talking about Tesco being a trusted company?


I can go to Tesco, to get my items.

"Exclusive for Prime Member", you pay them to get it at the same price HaHaHa Exclusive ! HaHaHa


"Separately, Amazon UK Services – the company’s warehouse and logistics operation that employs almost two-thirds of its 24,000 UK staff – more than halved its declared UK corporation tax bill from £15.8m to £7.4m year-on-year in 2016.

The cut came despite turnover at the UK business, which handles the packing and delivery of parcels and functions such as customer service, rising from £946m to £1.46bn.

Ana Arendar, Oxfam’s head of inequality, said: “Despite some action by ministers and companies, widespread corporate tax avoidance continues to cost both rich and poor countries billions every year that could pay for schools and lifesaving healthcare."

"Amazon is facing mounting consumer backlash over its use of delivery company Yodel, with shoppers complaining of missing and damaged goods and orders that never turn up."
KuK1 h, 50 m ago

I can go to Tesco, to get my items."Exclusive for Prime Member", you pay …I can go to Tesco, to get my items."Exclusive for Prime Member", you pay them to get it at the same price HaHaHa Exclusive ! HaHaHa"Separately, Amazon UK Services – the company’s warehouse and logistics operation that employs almost two-thirds of its 24,000 UK staff – more than halved its declared UK corporation tax bill from £15.8m to £7.4m year-on-year in 2016. The cut came despite turnover at the UK business, which handles the packing and delivery of parcels and functions such as customer service, rising from £946m to £1.46bn. Ana Arendar, Oxfam’s head of inequality, said: “Despite some action by ministers and companies, widespread corporate tax avoidance continues to cost both rich and poor countries billions every year that could pay for schools and lifesaving healthcare.""Amazon is facing mounting consumer backlash over its use of delivery company Yodel, with shoppers complaining of missing and damaged goods and orders that never turn up."

google.co.uk/amp…dal
ferrim2 h, 58 m ago

https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/business/2017/mar/28/tesco-agrees-fine-serious-fraud-office-accounting-scandal


Doing their research by ordering as secret shoppers, they discovered that over 70% – that’s OVER SEVENTY PERCENT – of their product sold on Amazon by third-party sellers was counterfeit.
KuK3 h, 48 m ago

Doing their research by ordering as secret shoppers, they discovered that …Doing their research by ordering as secret shoppers, they discovered that over 70% – that’s OVER SEVENTY PERCENT – of their product sold on Amazon by third-party sellers was counterfeit.

Not sure what your point is? I haven’t said anything about amazon? I was simply stating that your incorrect to suggest that Tesco is a trusted company.
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