The Evil Within 2 - PS4 £14 prime / £15.99 non prime @ Amazon
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The Evil Within 2 - PS4 £14 prime / £15.99 non prime @ Amazon

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14£ for Prime. Not the cheapast place to buy, but amazon is very trustworthy.


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People must have some really bad local Amazon delivery people. I have always had my stuff when expected and in good condition. I guess it's hit and miss as a lot of their drivers are just self employed guys with a van. But their customer service is really good. I've always been able to get refunds really easy for things if required.
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just voting cold for the statement amazon is very trustworthy!
Robert.Taylor945 m ago

just voting cold for the statement amazon is very trustworthy!


Yep that got me too

you can trust them to not deliver, or post through some other letterbox and then claim you are lying when it hasnt arrived.

or my favourite, deliver it a week late and in a state where it clear has been driven ove
This has been down recently to £8 and £11 should probably going to go cold and before the time machine police turn up..

No I don't have a time machine
People must have some really bad local Amazon delivery people. I have always had my stuff when expected and in good condition. I guess it's hit and miss as a lot of their drivers are just self employed guys with a van. But their customer service is really good. I've always been able to get refunds really easy for things if required.
It's £14 not 14£ despite how we say it.

No where puts the number before what currency it is.

Cold either way it's been much cheaper and will get there again just in time for easter no doubt.
zeekillah25 m ago

This has been down recently to £8 and £11 should probably going to go cold …This has been down recently to £8 and £11 should probably going to go cold and before the time machine police turn up..No I don't have a time machine



So why even mention that it has been cheaper?
I am genuinely interested. I cannot understand anybody voting cold on any deal based entirely on a "it has been cheaper previously", it makes no sense.
So if you could explain why you vote cold on an item that has been cheaper in the past and cannot currently be purchased for that price I'd really like to hear, just out of my own curiosity.
I'd have thought not voting either way would be the correct decision on these - you do realise that you don't have to vote on everything?
Stoofa8 m ago

So why even mention that it has been cheaper?I am genuinely interested. I …So why even mention that it has been cheaper?I am genuinely interested. I cannot understand anybody voting cold on any deal based entirely on a "it has been cheaper previously", it makes no sense.So if you could explain why you vote cold on an item that has been cheaper in the past and cannot currently be purchased for that price I'd really like to hear, just out of my own curiosity.I'd have thought not voting either way would be the correct decision on these - you do realise that you don't have to vote on everything?



It's not that deep.
Stoofa23 m ago

So why even mention that it has been cheaper?I am genuinely interested. I …So why even mention that it has been cheaper?I am genuinely interested. I cannot understand anybody voting cold on any deal based entirely on a "it has been cheaper previously", it makes no sense.So if you could explain why you vote cold on an item that has been cheaper in the past and cannot currently be purchased for that price I'd really like to hear, just out of my own curiosity.I'd have thought not voting either way would be the correct decision on these - you do realise that you don't have to vote on everything?


I haven't voted tbh. What I meant to say was it will probably go cold cause its been cheaper.

The reason why people will vote it cold is cause this is normal price it has been like this for a while and it was only a two weeks ago it was cheaper and the likely hood it will drop again soon.

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Price matching Tescos.
Bought if for £8 the other week
Terreneflame2 h, 38 m ago

Yep that got me tooyou can trust them to not deliver, or post through some …Yep that got me tooyou can trust them to not deliver, or post through some other letterbox and then claim you are lying when it hasnt arrived.or my favourite, deliver it a week late and in a state where it clear has been driven ove


Im so glad im a prime member


Also amazon customer service are amazing i couldnt imagine them saying im lieing when i said i didnt recieve something.
Stoofa2 h, 12 m ago

So why even mention that it has been cheaper?I am genuinely interested. I …So why even mention that it has been cheaper?I am genuinely interested. I cannot understand anybody voting cold on any deal based entirely on a "it has been cheaper previously", it makes no sense.So if you could explain why you vote cold on an item that has been cheaper in the past and cannot currently be purchased for that price I'd really like to hear, just out of my own curiosity.I'd have thought not voting either way would be the correct decision on these - you do realise that you don't have to vote on everything?


Because this isnt a price conparison website, people dont vote hot because "its the current cheapest"
fattyuk8 m ago

Im so glad im a prime member Also amazon customer service are …Im so glad im a prime member Also amazon customer service are amazing i couldnt imagine them saying im lieing when i said i didnt recieve something.


I was a prime member, they did this kind of stuff half the time, if you got through to their complaints team it would get sorted, but the call centre staff were often terrible, especially if “have one month of prime” didnt sort an issue.

company is horrid
Stoofa2 h, 23 m ago

So why even mention that it has been cheaper?I am genuinely interested. I …So why even mention that it has been cheaper?I am genuinely interested. I cannot understand anybody voting cold on any deal based entirely on a "it has been cheaper previously", it makes no sense.So if you could explain why you vote cold on an item that has been cheaper in the past and cannot currently be purchased for that price I'd really like to hear, just out of my own curiosity.I'd have thought not voting either way would be the correct decision on these - you do realise that you don't have to vote on everything?


Of course it's relevant if it has been cheaper before, it's also relevant if it's likely to drop in the future and what the price is currently. There's many factors that determine whether something is a good deal. This was £8 not long ago. The prices of games generally go down significantly with time, not up. Perhaps this is the lowest price available right now but it's very unlikely to be in the near future.
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fattyuk19 m ago

Because this isnt a price conparison website, people dont vote hot because …Because this isnt a price conparison website, people dont vote hot because "its the current cheapest"


Got to agree, so many posts with a couple of quid off stating ‘cheapest I can find’. A deal these do not make.
I cant even list the amount of discounts/refunds/returns ive had for "wrongly described" warehouse items, items that have broke after 12 months, items replaced after 12 months!

And yes between me and my mum who i pay halves with, we've had the off sunday delivery not turn up ( a couple in decemeber) and have so far amassed an extra 8 months of prime

Call centre? Never made a phone call to amazon in 12 years of shopping on there! Always do an online chat, you'll get what you want (discount/refund/replacement etc) and if you dont get the answer you want, have another online chat and complain,

Terreneflame46 m ago

I was a prime member, they did this kind of stuff half the time, if you …I was a prime member, they did this kind of stuff half the time, if you got through to their complaints team it would get sorted, but the call centre staff were often terrible, especially if “have one month of prime” didnt sort an issue.company is horrid

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Terreneflame1 h, 41 m ago

I was a prime member, they did this kind of stuff half the time, if you …I was a prime member, they did this kind of stuff half the time, if you got through to their complaints team it would get sorted, but the call centre staff were often terrible, especially if “have one month of prime” didnt sort an issue.company is horrid


I can vouch for you. They are rubbish. Used to be good. Talking to cs is like banging your head against a brick wall and the chat option.......even worse
Westwoodo4 h, 18 m ago

It's £14 not 14£ despite how we say it. No where puts the number before w …It's £14 not 14£ despite how we say it. No where puts the number before what currency it is.


France, Sweden and probably several others would beg to differ on that.
daveroy29 m ago

France, Sweden and probably several others would beg to differ on that.



Care to show me where? Any EU site I have used including amazon and thomann have always been currency followed by value of said currency?
Westwoodo20th Feb

Care to show me where? Any EU site I have used including amazon and …Care to show me where? Any EU site I have used including amazon and thomann have always been currency followed by value of said currency?


Thomann is German and I think both before and after are accepted there, with before more common I assume. For France see ebay.fr, they use EUR rather than € but it's the same with both.

Come to think of it I'm pretty sure I remember it being the same in Spain too. And ebay.es seems to back that up.

I don't have a link for the Swedish krona but I know the kr comes after the numbers. Same with Norway I think.

Incidentally, just to confuse things even more, France also put the symbol in the middle sometimes too (e.g. 14€99).
daveroy1 m ago

Thomann is German and I think both before and after are accepted there, …Thomann is German and I think both before and after are accepted there, with before more common I assume. For France see ebay.fr, they use EUR rather than € but it's the same with both. Come to think of it I'm pretty sure I remember it being the same in Spain too. And ebay.es seems to back that up.I don't have a link for the Swedish krona but I know the kr comes after the numbers. Same with Norway I think.Incidentally, just to confuse things even more, France also put the symbol in the middle sometimes too (e.g. 14€99).



In the middle?

I understand putting at the end and how being british means we do the opposite to logic but in the middle makes no sense at all?
Westwoodo6 m ago

In the middle? I understand putting at the end and how being british means …In the middle? I understand putting at the end and how being british means we do the opposite to logic but in the middle makes no sense at all?


It dates back to the franc and I can only assume it's similar to us saying "fourteen pounds ninety-nine" and directly translating that to 14£99 instead of £14.99.
daveroy1 m ago

It dates back to the franc and I can only assume it's similar to us saying …It dates back to the franc and I can only assume it's similar to us saying "fourteen pounds ninety-nine" and directly translating that to 14£99 instead of £14.99.



That does actually make sense, sorry for my arrogance!
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Robert.Taylor949 h, 45 m ago

just voting cold for the statement amazon is very trustworthy!

You can get always refund there smartass. If you suck then it is your problem
Robert.Taylor9419 h, 10 m ago

just voting cold for the statement amazon is very trustworthy!



Amazon have never not delievered the next day for me and the items have always been in great condition. Its my go to company for odering most items off the internet.
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