Microsoft Office 365 Home Premium 1 Year Up to 5 PCs and Macs £16.06 @ Amazon (Buyur)
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IT SEEMS I HAVE TO KEEP POSTING THIS:

All of these deals are based on the SaverStore misprices earlier tonight - all the same products. The Sculpt mouse was 30p (I 'bought' a few), those keyboards were 26p, 72p etc. Office 365 for £10. These sellers are just listing products they don't have, either automatically or in hope that they will get their orders from SaverStore. The prices they are listing are the SaverStore prices plus the postage added.
Edited by: "HedgyHoggy" 2nd Jan 2015

Just had my order that was accepted at the time cancelled.

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HedgyHoggy

IT SEEMS I HAVE TO KEEP POSTING THIS:All of these deals are based on the … IT SEEMS I HAVE TO KEEP POSTING THIS:All of these deals are based on the SaverStore misprices earlier tonight - all the same products. The Sculpt mouse was 30p (I 'bought' a few), those keyboards were 26p, 72p etc. Office 365 for £10. These sellers are just listing products they don't have, either automatically or in hope that they will get their orders from SaverStore. The prices they are listing are the SaverStore prices plus the postage added.



No Hedgy, you're wrong so there will be no need for you to keep repeating it X)

The prices are based on a distributors feed.

SaverStore, Buyur etc etc all use the same feeds from the same distributors. None of these VAR's are buying and selling from SaverStore. There was either a database error at the distributor end (most likely) or there was an error with the 3rd party software (unlikely, but possible) these VAR's use to pull in the price/description data.

Some VAR's use multiple distributors. That's why you will sometimes see the same item listed twice and different prices on the same website. One feed will be from one place where the price is correct and the lower one/incorrect one will be from a different place.
Edited by: "topss" 4th Jan 2016

topss

No Hedgy, you're wrong so there will be no need for you to keep repeating … No Hedgy, you're wrong so there will be no need for you to keep repeating it X)The prices are based on a distributors feed. SaverStore, Buyur etc etc all use the same feeds from the same distributors. None of these VAR's are buying and selling from SaverStore. There was either a database error at the distributor end (most likely) or there was an error with the 3rd party software (unlikely, but possible) these VAR's use to pull in the price/description data. Some VAR's use multiple distributors. That's why you will sometimes see the same item listed twice and different prices on the same website. One feed will be from one place where the price is correct and the lower one/incorrect one will be from a different place.



Well, you can prove anything with facts.

youtube.com/wat…3Jw

(at the end)

I had this cancelled and I've had 2 emails from the seller asking me to cancel the sale through Amazon, I've ignored the emails but now they've just rang my mobile requesting I cancel. Anyone have any idea why this is so important to them that I do this?
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