Lovely Soft bear £3 @ Poundland
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Lovely Soft bear £3 @ Poundland

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Found 13th Dec 2015
Part of poundlands "manager specials" £3 medium sized bear which looks better than some that cost a lot more. perfect present for a little child or any bear lover. well made and worth £3 of anyones money. If you are struggling to find a young niece or nephew something this year then this lovely bear could be it.

Taken from the site: Give someone a friendly companion this Christmas with our cute fluffy bears, available in brown or white, complete with their own tartan scarf! Size of bear is 42cm(H)(28cm when seated) x 18cm(W) x 12cm(D) approx.
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Things sold in poundland that aren't a pound send me into a RAGE
horsepills

Things sold in poundland that aren't a pound send me into a RAGE



Yep, me too. Why are they allowed to do this?
only worth a pound!!! Lol
horsepills

Things sold in poundland that aren't a pound send me into a RAGE


thought i would get that message lol
moneysavingkitten

Yep, me too. Why are they allowed to do this?


Doesn't really bother me as long as its decent, If you think about it they have some very harsh profit margins, if they don't do this they cannot stay around or give you value for money. Its only ever at the till and it doesn't get in the way.its the same with poundworld, they have to sell a lot to to make what just one £5-£10 item transaction in another shop take. they have to pay for delivery drivers who constantly restock, staff and they make alot of their products yet they sell the items for £1 so this more than a pound thing keeps people in jobs and keeps the company going.as long as it doesn't expand into a whole isle of more than a pound i think its fine.
smudge92

Doesn't really bother me as long as its decent, If you think about it … Doesn't really bother me as long as its decent, If you think about it they have some very harsh profit margins, if they don't do this they cannot stay around or give you value for money. Its only ever at the till and it doesn't get in the way.its the same with poundworld, they have to sell a lot to to make what just one £5-£10 item transaction in another shop take. they have to pay for delivery drivers who constantly restock, staff and they make alot of their products yet they sell the items for £1 so this more than a pound thing keeps people in jobs and keeps the company going.as long as it doesn't expand into a whole isle of more than a pound i think its fine.



I understand they have tight margins. I don't feel sorry for them though, they chose their business model. If they didn't want to sell things just for a pound, they could be a shop like Poundstrecher.

However Poundworld got into loads of trouble about it with trading standards, selling TV's I think it was a short while ago. Poundland never did. Now trading standards seem to have given up. Just doesn't seem right to me.

However, I am sure the teddy is nice
Bought one. For £3 you can't go wrong as it appears well made. Preferred the darker colour. Nice stocking filler.
£1-£2 someone in body care . lovely and snuggle
horsepills

Things sold in poundland that aren't a pound send me into a RAGE


you need tri poundland
moneysavingkitten

I understand they have tight margins. I don't feel sorry for them … I understand they have tight margins. I don't feel sorry for them though, they chose their business model. If they didn't want to sell things just for a pound, they could be a shop like Poundstrecher.However Poundworld got into loads of trouble about it with trading standards, selling TV's I think it was a short while ago. Poundland never did. Now trading standards seem to have given up. Just doesn't seem right to me.However, I am sure the teddy is nice


Eh, they were selling TVs? How much were they?
poundland actually don't make that much money in a week from the promotions as people would think, poundworld is also doing it .. I think its just to make a little bit more money to the stores .
Gamer_U

Eh, they were selling TVs? How much were they?



£80 or something I think. In a pound shop.
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