More items added to sale at Links of London on ebay plus spend £100 and get an extra 20% off all free delivery @ Links of London outlet on eBay
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More items added to sale at Links of London on ebay plus spend £100 and get an extra 20% off all free delivery @ Links of London outlet on eBay

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Found 20th Oct 2016
Links of London outlet on eBay have got a sale on at the moment with lots of things half price or less and free delivery site wide but when you spend £100 or more they will take an extra 20% off the site price when you add to your basket and you get free Royal mail tracked 48 hour delivery.

All items come wrapped in a cloth pouch then hand packed into presentation boxes so exactly the same as if you were to go to the shop.

Link to all items via get deal - prices start from £5 delivered for a men's pin badge but there are 472 items available to choose from with an extra 20% off when your basket is over £100 including rings, earrings, charms, bracelets, necklaces, hipflasks, photo frames, cufflinks and watches. Ideal to buy a few smaller items for Christmas but get the extra discount by buying them all together.

Bella ear rings were £70 now £45 potential price £36

ebay.co.uk/itm…755

Rose gold and silver sweetie necklace was £85 now £55 potential price £44

ebay.co.uk/itm…303

Masquerade heart pendant and silver necklace really good value at £40 as it is but could be £32 if you spend £100

ebay.co.uk/itm…389

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thanks

Do anyone know if the Necklace comes in a gift bag/box ? thank you.

Original Poster Editor

Pukka deal

Do anyone know if the Necklace comes in a gift bag/box ? thank you.


It says all items come wrapped in a cloth pouch then hand packed into boxes
Click here for detail... HERE

emribena

It says all items come wrapped in a cloth pouch then hand packed into … It says all items come wrapped in a cloth pouch then hand packed into boxesClick here for detail... HERE


Great, Thank you.

A good wee selection here.

Thanks OP, got my wife a pair of £190 earrings for £104

Great prices. A few more Christmas gifts purchased

Thanks op!

OOS gutted

Are these genuine?

Original Poster Editor

amh88

Are these genuine?


Yes all sold by links of london outlet - see feedback

Don't sound very comfortable but I'll try anything once ... at that price I can afford to get one for each

n3m3s1s

Don't sound very comfortable but I'll try anything once ... at that price … Don't sound very comfortable but I'll try anything once ... at that price I can afford to get one for each



Someone changed the title! X)
Edited by: "nbgrobbo" 20th Oct 2016

nbgrobbo

Someone changed the title! X)



Oh, balls - at least they've dropped... in price

Thanks OP, ordered one for the Mrs.

Thank you got a bracelet I had my eye on for a while

emribena

Yes all sold by links of london outlet - see feedback



​It's the same stuff that they sell at their limited outlet stores across the country. Selling via ebay is just a method to allow them sell via the Internet at a discounted price. I have purchased from their eBay site and I can concur that my item came with a pouch and presentation box.

oos

Got myself a nice set of silver collar bones for under £15. I'm hoping these don't melt like the plastic ones.

How did you get it for £20? Its coming up as £24 after discount

Original Poster Editor

saikhul

How did you get it for £20? Its coming up as £24 after discount


It says £24 in the deal not £20?

Bracelet arrived this morning boxed and a pouch inside. Mrs well impressed and got a few brownie points to keep me going. Thank you emribena.

I got my order this morning and everything looks OK but I was confused by the Royal Mail despatch alert which said the sender was a company called Public Desire!

Personally wouldn't trust Ebay any one can open an account under brand names, stick to the original sites

xxxangelxxx

Personally wouldn't trust Ebay any one can open an account under brand … Personally wouldn't trust Ebay any one can open an account under brand names, stick to the original sites



Try doing some research before making claims like this - you make a valid point but there are many satisfied buyers on here from this post and the original post.

Ordered a bracelet but it never arrived, lost or stolen in transit apparently.but what was worrying me was the delivery confirmation came from public desire.

Infiltrator

Try doing some research before making claims like this - you make a valid … Try doing some research before making claims like this - you make a valid point but there are many satisfied buyers on here from this post and the original post.



I have done my research, you can call yourself anything on eBay and bought myself from genuine sellers who turned out not so genuine, same as Amazon

Out of curiosity I did a quick search; the address listed for returns is a Manchester address also listed as public desire and another company. Save your money folks, obviously not legitimate Links of London
Edited by: "Ca1977" 1st Nov 2016

If you go on the links of london official website they confirm the only valid seller of their products on ebay is the outlet store so thats good enough for me!

linksoflondon.com/gb-…aqs

If a supplier uses someone like Yodel the deliverer and returns it does not make them the supplier. I have no doubt that the site is genuine and is the official Links of London, its hard to believe a doppelganger could get away with a listing like that and also the amount of feedback they get. If it wasn't genuine then I reckon someone would be getting a call from the boys in blue.

thanks, great buys for xmas.

xxxangelxxx

I have done my research, you can call yourself anything on eBay and … I have done my research, you can call yourself anything on eBay and bought myself from genuine sellers who turned out not so genuine, same as Amazon



Well I wouldn't go into the research business if I was you, ade12000 managed to find pretty rock solid evidence that the eBay outlet is genuine.
There again maybe someone has the hacked the official links of London FAQ site and pasted some false information as part of the scam

There's some great deals there, thanks OP
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