Lego Star Wars Striker 75154  RRP £64.99 - £40 @ Amazon
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Lego Star Wars Striker 75154 RRP £64.99 - £40 @ Amazon

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Found 6th AprMade hot 7th Apr
lego 75154 a pretty good price at Amazon.

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is anyone else having bother with Flubit recognising the URL?

Flubit is not what it was....

Flubit is now a marketplace, no longer doing the price checking thing.

What a big shame that we have lost Flubit. The originality that I liked about Flubit has been taken away. It's just heading towards being the same Amazon style site like all the others. Sad, sad day. I hope it now falls over and fails.
Edited by: "007" 6th Apr

Thanks op ordered and heat!

Heat. Also same price John Lewis

canaryruss

is anyone else having bother with Flubit recognising the URL?



007

What a big shame that we have lost Flubit. The originality that I liked … What a big shame that we have lost Flubit. The originality that I liked about Flubit has been taken away. It's just heading towards being the same Amazon style site like all the others. Sad, sad day. I hope it now falls over and fails.



Leave feedback for them complaining about the removal of the demand feature, hopefully they will return the demands before they push away all their customers:

get.flubit.com/launch

Weazle

Flubit is now a marketplace, no longer doing the price checking thing.



Cancelled my elite membership yesterday, not what it was and just who have they been "listening" too?

Not a bad price - I see the Lego U-wing is also reduced to £50 (from £75)
amazon.co.uk/gp/…h=1

defgimp

Cancelled my elite membership yesterday, not what it was and just who … Cancelled my elite membership yesterday, not what it was and just who have they been "listening" too?


Probably the short sighted internal manager morons.

Oneday77

Probably the short sighted internal manager morons.



You have to wonder whether they were under some level of financial pressure and the new investment necessitated the operation morphing into a marketplace. It's difficult to see why they'd do it otherwise as it doesn't benefit the consumer and unlikely to benefit the merchants, even if the small ones a get commission free deal, since price conscious buyers, i.e. most on the net today, are now put off and unlikely to return.

Probably a few Prime memberships taken up this week as result of the changes. Certainly something I'm thinking about.

Edited by: "JustLikeArkwright" 7th Apr
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