LEGO Star Wars The Last Jedi Praetorian Guard / Rey / TIE Pilot Buildable Figures - All the recent Last Jedi Figures are reduced! £13.81 each prime / £17.80 non prime @ Amazon
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LEGO Star Wars The Last Jedi Praetorian Guard / Rey / TIE Pilot Buildable Figures - All the recent Last Jedi Figures are reduced! £13.81 each prime / £17.80 non prime @ Amazon

£13.81£19.99 31% Amazon Deals
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Found 20th Nov
Chewbacca - RRP 24.99 and Amazon have for £14.53

amazon.co.uk/LEG…GC/
and also:

Rey - RRP 19.99 and Amazon have for £13.81

TIE Pilot - RRP 19.99 and Amazon have for £13.81

7 Comments

Great find!

I'd rather pay more than give Amazon my money. Disgusting company.

Mojomaster197955 m ago

I'd rather pay more than give Amazon my money. Disgusting company.


Because?

tonytiger1 h, 29 m ago

Because?


The Prime setup, their tax commitments, the way they treat their staff....enough for me.

This is the shopping equivalent of "pay to win". Bad practice imo.

Mojomaster197919 h, 48 m ago

The Prime setup, their tax commitments, the way they treat their …The Prime setup, their tax commitments, the way they treat their staff....enough for me. This is the shopping equivalent of "pay to win". Bad practice imo.


HUKD probably isn't the best site for you if you'd rather pay more for items?!

TheMexicaliKid5 m ago

HUKD probably isn't the best site for you if you'd rather pay more for …HUKD probably isn't the best site for you if you'd rather pay more for items?!


Har har :P

Prime is "pay to win" for shopping. What smashes it is they should be charging people LESS as we (well, taxpayers) end up coughing up for them in the end anyway!

Two companies I won't deal with, Amazon and Ryanair. Just my preference!

Mojomaster197921st Nov

Har har :PPrime is "pay to win" for shopping. What smashes it is they …Har har :PPrime is "pay to win" for shopping. What smashes it is they should be charging people LESS as we (well, taxpayers) end up coughing up for them in the end anyway!Two companies I won't deal with, Amazon and Ryanair. Just my preference!


Well everybody’s entitled to their own opinions. I assume it’s not JUST those 2 companies you won’t deal with.

In the case of prime, there’s more to it than paying just for “shopping club” access though. Also, I believe the companies are acting entirely legally (whether or not you think they’re morally correct) in respect to how they operate. virtually every big company is focused on making money and maximising profit (often to the extreme) but they don’t necessarily approach it in the same way.
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