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Saris Bones Black 3 Bike Rear Cycle Carrier Halfords scanning as £100 plus National Trust Voucher (another 10% off if AA/Blue light card)
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Saris Bones Black 3 Bike Rear Cycle Carrier Halfords scanning as £100 plus National Trust Voucher (another 10% off if AA/Blue light card)

£100£12319%Halfords Deals
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Posted 23rd JunAvailable: National

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Popped in, price tag stated £123, bought for £100. Used Bluelight discount card and got another £10 off too! plus a voucher for National Trust something?

Now just need to work out how to install it!

Picture of receipt for you Conspiracy theorists and flat earthers! imgur.com/04u…lZu
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So, was this price error, a misprice or a glitch?
BertieWusster23/06/2019 12:03

So, was this price error, a misprice or a glitch?


I reckon a mis price. They had to scan twice as forgot to give me the National Trust thing and it just popped up as £100!
For anyone worried about the legs making a mark on the paint work, as long as you dont tie it on too tight and allow a LITTLE wiggle room it's all good. I.bought this about 4 years ago and it's still going strong now. Really good bit of kit.
I borrowed this from a friend a couple of weeks ago and it was really easy to set up. Really good bike rack.
Got this carrier, too. Can thoroughly recommend.
Had this, then had a tow mount, now have a van
Good bike rack. Been using mine for 5 years now. Bare in mind you'll probably need a light board and number plate (and the additional socket in your car).
Def the Rolls Royce of this type of carrier. Also got this a few years..
There are 2 bar codes on the box, for black 123£ and red 100£. Just get my black one (scanned as red) for 85£ after discount. Many thanks
shinreiga23/06/2019 14:41

For anyone worried about the legs making a mark on the paint work, as long …For anyone worried about the legs making a mark on the paint work, as long as you dont tie it on too tight and allow a LITTLE wiggle room it's all good. I.bought this about 4 years ago and it's still going strong now. Really good bit of kit.


I was also worried about the paint work getting scratched but erred on the side of tightening the straps as much as possible so I didn't lose 3 bikes on the M25 - haven't had a single scratch so far after about a dozen 2-3 hour journeys...
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