Skyrim for Nintendo Switch (used) £25.89 - MusicMagpie
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Skyrim for Nintendo Switch (used) £25.89 - MusicMagpie

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Found 3rd May
Another pretty good price for Skyrim for those who want it on the cheap
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joeymcjoe4 m ago

It's only been out a decade, why not pay £26 to play it in inferior …It's only been out a decade, why not pay £26 to play it in inferior quality?


Alternatively pay £26 for 100 hours of content on the go.
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Great value in this price, it plays really well on the Switch
Great price. I’ve ordered one.
This game is destroyed on the switch. So so much detail loss. Expected but unplayable for my eyes having played on PC previously.
It's only been out a decade, why not pay £26 to play it in inferior quality?
Tempted but I still haven’t finished the VR version
joeymcjoe4 m ago

It's only been out a decade, why not pay £26 to play it in inferior …It's only been out a decade, why not pay £26 to play it in inferior quality?


Alternatively pay £26 for 100 hours of content on the go.
steinbrenner1 h, 21 m ago

Alternatively pay £26 for 100 hours of content on the go.


It's certainly inferior to my PC copy, but I paid £40 for my Switch copy and I don't regret it for this very reason
Don't know if it's me but I don't find this game as engaging as breath of the wild!
OOS
Super_Everett1 h, 35 m ago

OOS


It's been marked as OOS on HUKD for most of the day....
Why join the deal, just to comment OOS on a clearly already marked OOS deal?
Music Magpie are bandits. Would always avoid using them.
FriendlyFyre5 h, 1 m ago

It's been marked as OOS on HUKD for most of the day....Why join the deal, …It's been marked as OOS on HUKD for most of the day....Why join the deal, just to comment OOS on a clearly already marked OOS deal?


Sorry it hadn't updated on my phone to say the deal was already marked as OOS, or wouldn't have commented.
HHUKD3rd May

Music Magpie are bandits. Would always avoid using them.


How come?
herrbz8 h, 55 m ago

How come?



They tried to have me over when I sold an iPhone. They gave me an online quote of £125 which I agreed to and then sent the phone.

The phone was in a good condition having been kept in a case and with a screen protector. It included the full retail box and charger / headphones.

A week later they claimed the phone had a damaged screen. It certainly didn’t. I had taken photos and videos of it before sending to protect myself. They claimed the colours of the screen weren’t right. As a result they offered me £25.

I was pretty hacked off but decided to get it returned to me and with the idea that I would sell on eBay.

When it arrived back home the handset came in just a bag. They’d kept the retail box and wires that would have allowed me to get my max price on eBay.

Naturally I contacted customer services but they just said bad luck as we strip all boxes and wires from handsets as they come in. No chance of finding yours.

I was livid. I decided to escalate it. After many hours of hunting around on the web I managed to find the email address of the CEO. He came back with the usual ‘sorry we didn’t perform to our usual standards’ rubbish but more importantly agreed to pay me the full £125 for the phone.

Sorry for the long response but I absolutely hate Music Magpie. I wasted so much of my time sorting this out. I had previously heard about mobile phone recycling companies using some underhand tactics but thought MM would be a bit more trustworthy being a bigger company etc. I was wrong. They really are bandits.
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