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Recycle your old sports footwear and get £5 off a new pair @ JJB
Recycle your old sports footwear and get £5 off a new pair @ JJB

Recycle your old sports footwear and get £5 off a new pair @ JJB

Here's one reason to hang on to old sports shoes that you'd never wear again...

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Why is this cold............?

Heat........

Because sports direct are near enough 20% off everything - £40 a pair in jjb - £32 is sports direct...

You do the maths =/

Still, an alright deal none the less have some heat

Original Poster

Yeah, sports direct are super cheap, but there might be some good bargains in JJB resulting from this trade in offer. I've only paid attention to sports shoes from Sports Direct though by now, I'm incentivised to go to JJB and check out their shoes. Yep, I'm a sucker..

Is there a minimum price the new shoes must be?
Can you buy a pair of £8 shoes and only pay £3 using this scheme?

Can anyone tell me more, because i googled it, and found just whats on the jjb website, it doesnt say what the terms and conditions are. its just because i have a £10 gift voucher, plus in todays sun, there is £5 off a £30 spend. So im just wondering if i could combine this into it as well to get some super cheap shoes X)
Edited by: "Polly_P" 4th Feb 2011

Hi,

I just read this. ft.com/cms…tml

And also jd sports are bidding to take over jjb sports. I better get spending my gift voucher fast!.

Me again!.

I googled some more and found this.

04 Feb 2011 - 04 Mar 2011

Recycle your old Sports Footwear and get £5 off a new pair*

*Terms and conditions apply, offer valid on the purchase of full priced footwear only.

So the terms and condis is that you have to buy full price items

I thought it was going to be something weird like you can only have the same make as your giving in, or the same size etc

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Polly_P

Me again!.I googled some more and found this. 04 Feb 2011 - 04 Mar … Me again!.I googled some more and found this. 04 Feb 2011 - 04 Mar 2011Recycle your old Sports Footwear and get £5 off a new pair**Terms and conditions apply, offer valid on the purchase of full priced footwear only.So the terms and condis is that you have to buy full price items :)I thought it was going to be something weird like you can only have the same make as your giving in, or the same size etc



That's useful info. Thanks!
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