MASSIVE Oxfam up to 70% off online sale
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MASSIVE Oxfam up to 70% off online sale

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Found 11th Jan
OXFAM SALE, Standard uk delivery £3.95 no matter how many items you buy, up to 70% off making some items just a couple of pounds. Mens, womens fashion, books, entertainment ect

P.s I did have an account here but i've completely forgotten my login details so made a new one with my facebook.

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The 70% Boots brigade should be over this deal like a hot rash!

Oxfam seems very overpriced compared to other charity shops that I visit. I don't wish to sound mean it's just an observation.

Gabi

Oxfam seems very overpriced compared to other charity shops that I visit. … Oxfam seems very overpriced compared to other charity shops that I visit. I don't wish to sound mean it's just an observation.



​+1. You're not sounding mean to me, just observant.

Agree with the comment above, just had a quick scan and some of the BNWT M&S clothing seems to be priced at what you would pay in-store before being discounted (Was £29.99 Now £8.99)

I noticed while looking in one of their CD/DVD stores a few years ago that the prices were above retail.
I though the idea with charity shops was both for buyers to get a good deal and support a good cause.
Seems that good deal has vanished and the good cause is the Chief Execs remuneration package.

Gabi

Oxfam seems very overpriced compared to other charity shops that I visit. … Oxfam seems very overpriced compared to other charity shops that I visit. I don't wish to sound mean it's just an observation.




Meanie!

Gabi

Oxfam seems very overpriced compared to other charity shops that I visit. … Oxfam seems very overpriced compared to other charity shops that I visit. I don't wish to sound mean it's just an observation.


I agree too

Hersheymad

I agree too



I completely agree. I used to work in a charity shop. I reckon they have a lot of meetings sat round a table where everyone agrees with everyone else. I remember some manager coming telling us ' this is a M&S top, stop pricing everything at £1.99 and 99p( we liked to keep things uncomplicated) This top will have cost £15+ , so it's reasonable to price at £3.99... I pointed out that, as per M&S guidelines, an item is only worth its latest and last selling price ( when you take something back without a receipt), even when BRAND NEW. Therefore the highest price that item would've been was £5 brand new, at the tail end of its actual current season! That is disregarding 50p /£1 reductions. So HOW can it be worn loads, fade a bit, and we worth only £1 less as a second hand item, 2 or 3 years later?? They maintained that it was fine, people would pay it. In fairness, people actually do, so I was proved wrong there!

I now only support small local Charities and the Salvation army.......I see where the money goes
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