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Ted Baker bg webbing Holdall £44 + £4.99 c&c / p&p @ House of Fraser
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Ted Baker bg webbing Holdall £44 + £4.99 c&c / p&p @ House of Fraser

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Posted 10th Jul

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£70 in-store - other sites I’ve seen are approx £100

Ted Baker BG WEBBING HOLDALL
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Plastic
Plus £4.99 delivery/c&c
Nice find, ordered
They're also giving a £10 voucher to spend in store when you do click and collect. Does cost a further £4.99 but you gain a fiver if that makes sense
aj8410/07/2019 22:50

Nice find, ordered They're also giving a £10 voucher to spend in store …Nice find, ordered They're also giving a £10 voucher to spend in store when you do click and collect. Does cost a further £4.99 but you gain a fiver if that makes sense


Forgot to add that! Unfortunately I needed it before the 5-7 day delivery so couldn’t make use of the offer
£4-99 for click & collect is a joke ! Ok you get £10 voucher when collecting,then £5 up on the deal but do have to spend even more instore .Also have to pay to return and have to use recorded delivery ! Don't think I will bother, too many conditions pity as I liked the bag Another way for Mike Ashley to get rich quicker !
Edited by: "Mysticaltopaz24" 10th Jul
I'd just return in store if I didn't like it
aj8410/07/2019 23:13

I'd just return in store if I didn't like it


And paid £4.99 to collect that’s nuts
Assumption is given its still a distance sale, it too would be refunded but either way it won't be an issue as I've seen the bag already and was going to get it if prices were this silly
aj8410/07/2019 23:30

Assumption is given its still a distance sale, it too would be refunded …Assumption is given its still a distance sale, it too would be refunded but either way it won't be an issue as I've seen the bag already and was going to get it if prices were this silly


Best of luck arguing that one - non starter. Enjoy your new bag though.
bag advertised as leather but is plastic so should be sufficient reason to claim refund if you don’t like it
aj8410/07/2019 23:13

I'd just return in store if I didn't like it


Return in store is for store credit, have to post back at your own cost for a cash refund...
Is this any good? I have a previous years model and it didn't last long at all, unsightly wear really quickly.

As for the Returns process it took me 4 months to get money back for an order I returned online I had to go through resolver and it was absolute hell
FunkiestMonkey11/07/2019 07:15

This is more my …This is more my style...https://www.houseoffraser.co.uk/brand/napapijri/logo-bum-bag-705109


Like something I wore as a kid in the 80s.
Is it for real! I love this price!!! But as other people said, quality may not good
It's time to let House of Fraser go out of business. Like it's other prehistoric department store rivals such as Debenhams it hasn't adjusted to the times. I personally wouldn't order anything from a store I'd be charged to have delivered to their store and have to pay to return... They need to enter the 21st century.
They used to be absolutely brilliant. I remember ordering around 10.30pm for it to be delivered to store the next day. Agree its gone backwards.
£10 max plastic bag with a £39 logo stitched on. At least one purchaser above seems surprised it didn't last any better than a £10 bag. Definately one for the brand mugs. Try your local market stall!
Anyway this may be free in the christmas.perfume gift bundles
Phlop011/07/2019 07:27

Like something I wore as a kid in the 80s.


Fresh
Besford11/07/2019 10:26

£10 max plastic bag with a £39 logo stitched on. At least one purchaser a …£10 max plastic bag with a £39 logo stitched on. At least one purchaser above seems surprised it didn't last any better than a £10 bag. Definately one for the brand mugs. Try your local market stall!


If you shop at a market, its probably not for you. But everyones different so I'm sure this appeals to others.

Glad you have taken the time to post a comment though...
Edited by: "r1krok" 11th Jul
r1krok11/07/2019 16:20

If you shop at a market, its probably not for you. But everyones different …If you shop at a market, its probably not for you. But everyones different so I'm sure this appeals to others.Glad you have taken the time to post a comment though...


Have you deliberately missed the point or just feel precious about your 'deal'?
Besford11/07/2019 16:25

Have you deliberately missed the point or just feel precious about your …Have you deliberately missed the point or just feel precious about your 'deal'?


Neither. Just found your need to comment on something that you have no interest in a little odd.
Each to their own though.
r1krok11/07/2019 16:30

Neither. Just found your need to comment on something that you have no …Neither. Just found your need to comment on something that you have no interest in a little odd. Each to their own though.


Who said I have no interest in it - I have enough to read the post and the comments and then draw my conclusion: overpriced tat. Claims to be leather (price would be less unreasonable if so) but posters say it's plastic!
Edited by: "Besford" 11th Jul
Besford11/07/2019 16:33

Who said I have no interest in it - I have enough to read the post and the …Who said I have no interest in it - I have enough to read the post and the comments and then draw my conclusion: overpriced tat.


If your pulling quotes about a £39 logo being stitched on I sincerely doubt that.
r1krok11/07/2019 16:38

If your pulling quotes about a £39 logo being stitched on I sincerely …If your pulling quotes about a £39 logo being stitched on I sincerely doubt that.


So, how much should a small plastic holdall without a 'brand name' cost? I'd say £10 is about right. You don't need to agree but you look daft being so precious about your post. You posted it (well done), it's getting heat, now calm down.

PS what do you think about the 'leather' claim if it's plastic? And the poster who has one and it look tatty after a short while?
Besford11/07/2019 16:44

So, how much should a small plastic holdall without a 'brand name' cost? …So, how much should a small plastic holdall without a 'brand name' cost? I'd say £10 is about right. You don't need to agree but you look daft being so precious about your post. You posted it (well done), it's getting heat, now calm down.PS what do you think about the 'leather' claim if it's plastic? And the poster who has one and it look tatty after a short while?


I don't have the bag, I have one from 2yrs ago that is very similar. They are probably only made to last a short while as who in earth would be seen with last seasons bag? Hehehe
Besford11/07/2019 16:44

So, how much should a small plastic holdall without a 'brand name' cost? …So, how much should a small plastic holdall without a 'brand name' cost? I'd say £10 is about right. You don't need to agree but you look daft being so precious about your post. You posted it (well done), it's getting heat, now calm down.PS what do you think about the 'leather' claim if it's plastic? And the poster who has one and it look tatty after a short while?


I'm not precious about the deal at all - others have also mentioned its not real leather, thats fine. Take it up with House of Fraser if you feel so strongly about the wording - thats where the description was taken from. Personally, I think that's obvious from the price in the first place. Real leather tends to cost a lot more in my experience. I'm not into the legalities of copywriting however I suspect as its not written as 'Real Leather' thats how they get away with it.

In my experience, I have had another smaller bag from the same brand for a few years now with the same material and I've yet to see any rips or marks appear, even with daily use, which this bag will not be for me.

Point is, there are brands out there I feel are too expensive for what they are. I don't feel the need to point this out though on a forum. You can judge if that makes you better than me but my advice to you would be not to lose any sleep over it.
Edited by: "r1krok" 11th Jul
r1krok11/07/2019 17:01

I'm not precious about the deal at all - others have also mentioned its …I'm not precious about the deal at all - others have also mentioned its not real leather, thats fine. Take it up with House of Fraser if you feel so strongly about the wording - thats where the description was taken from. Personally, I think that's obvious from the price in the first place. Real leather tends to cost a lot more in my experience. I'm not into the legalities of copywriting however I suspect as its not written as 'Real Leather' thats how they get away with it. In my experience, I have had another smaller bag from the same brand for a few years now with the same material and I've yet to see any rips or marks appear, even with daily use, which this bag will not be for me. Point is, there are brands out there I feel are too expensive for what they are. I don't feel the need to point this out though on a forum. You can judge if that makes you better than me but my advice to you would be not to lose any sleep over it.


Some people just HAVE to have the last word, even when it's not relevant. Goodnight!
Besford11/07/2019 19:43

Some people just HAVE to have the last word, even when it's not relevant. …Some people just HAVE to have the last word, even when it's not relevant. Goodnight!


You asked, I answered. What a complete an utter tool.

Enjoy the market tomorrow
r1krok11/07/2019 19:57

You asked, I answered. What a complete an utter tool. Enjoy the market …You asked, I answered. What a complete an utter tool. Enjoy the market tomorrow


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