Uncharted 3: Drakes Deception (PS3) - £24 Instore @ Asda (From 06/12/11)
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Uncharted 3: Drakes Deception (PS3) - £24 Instore @ Asda (From 06/12/11)

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Found 2nd Dec 2011Made hot 2nd Dec 2011
Can't say no at this price, not sure if it has been cheaper but this is still pretty cheap

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proof of this deal?

They'll be paying us to take this game soon.

Gonna spam. Report when you have proof.

Op where did you find out about this deal?

Heated without proof.
Have a little faith in the community peeps.

Holte_ender

Heated without proof.Have a little faith in the community peeps.



just been to harrods and they had a gold plated ipad2 for £100. (_;)

i suppose its not greatly cheaper to other places and the op has a good track record so it definitely believable
Edited by: "kylewalker" 2nd Dec 2011

oh my word, would you you all stop getting so excited over 99p price drops

bailey87

oh my word, would you you all stop getting so excited over 99p price drops



Every penny counts. I pre-ordered MW3 for £30 at Grainger Games but still bought it from Best Buy on release day because it was at £28. Ended up selling one of the copies to my friend for £30. That's £2 extra in my pocket.

You may want to work that one out again...

zombrex

You may want to work that one out again...


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Original Poster

I deliver my local paper and I hvw to prepareleaflets, I got it inside a leaflet, here a picture to prove it
instagr.am/p/W…96/

£21.60 for staff hot!

jk12324

Every penny counts. I pre-ordered MW3 for £30 at Grainger Games but … Every penny counts. I pre-ordered MW3 for £30 at Grainger Games but still bought it from Best Buy on release day because it was at £28. Ended up selling one of the copies to my friend for £30. That's £2 extra in my pocket.



kylewalker

???



So he bought 1 copy for £30. Then saw it cheaper for £28 and bought it again. Comes to £58.
Then he sells his friend a copy for £30, meaning his first copy cost £28.
Somehow he thinks he made a £2 profit.

We really do need to invest more in teaching people numeracy skills.

the way shops keep undercutting each other this will be a zavvi £17.99 job before xmas

jk12324

Every penny counts. I pre-ordered MW3 for £30 at Grainger Games but … Every penny counts. I pre-ordered MW3 for £30 at Grainger Games but still bought it from Best Buy on release day because it was at £28. Ended up selling one of the copies to my friend for £30. That's £2 extra in my pocket.



numeracy in schools is alive and kicking it seems

linford316

numeracy in schools is alive and kicking it seems



Moka-Bear

So he bought 1 copy for £30. Then saw it cheaper for £28 and bought it a … So he bought 1 copy for £30. Then saw it cheaper for £28 and bought it again. Comes to £58.Then he sells his friend a copy for £30, meaning his first copy cost £28.Somehow he thinks he made a £2 profit.We really do need to invest more in teaching people numeracy skills.



Are you all thick? It is very simple...

If he kept with his original decision:

1 copy from GG @ £30 = Spent £30

What he did:

1 copy from GG @ £30, 1 copy from BB @ £28 = £58, sold a copy for £30, therefore spent £28.

£30 - £28 = £2, therefore he has an extra £2 in his pocket. IT'S NOT ROCKET SCIENCE!!!

dropping like that village bikes knickers

no he hasnt got a extra £2 , he saved himself £2 but he hasnt got an extra £2 , thats why you dont build rockets lol

REDBULL2K7

no he hasnt got a extra £2 , he saved himself £2 but he hasnt got an e … no he hasnt got a extra £2 , he saved himself £2 but he hasnt got an extra £2 , thats why you dont build rockets lol



he purchased the gg copy for £30 for himself.

he then purchased a bb cop at £28 to sell on and sold it for £30 making back the original £28 he purchased it for and made £2 profit in the process. surely in that sense he has got an extra £2 from that purchase alone.

REDBULL2K7

no he hasnt got a extra £2 , he saved himself £2 but he hasnt got an e … no he hasnt got a extra £2 , he saved himself £2 but he hasnt got an extra £2 , thats why you dont build rockets lol



That's the funniest thing I've read today.

Excellent riposte Sir

TheSmudger

That's the funniest thing I've read today.Excellent riposte Sir



Oh

Excellent deal when it comes off. Hoping for a similar situation with Saints Row The Third for my nephew

kylewalker

he purchased the gg copy for £30 for himself. he then purchased a bb cop … he purchased the gg copy for £30 for himself. he then purchased a bb cop at £28 to sell on and sold it for £30 making back the original £28 he purchased it for and made £2 profit in the process. surely in that sense he has got an extra £2 from that purchase alone.



Agreed.

Regardless of what he paid originally, he then bought a copy for £28 and sold a copy for £30 so he has an extra £2 in his pocket (versus not buying another copy and then selling it)

kylewalker

he purchased the gg copy for £30 for himself. he then purchased a bb cop … he purchased the gg copy for £30 for himself. he then purchased a bb cop at £28 to sell on and sold it for £30 making back the original £28 he purchased it for and made £2 profit in the process. surely in that sense he has got an extra £2 from that purchase alone.




He made ZERO profit...

1st copy = £30

2nd copy = £28

Total = £58

He then sold one copy for £30, since the 1st copy of the game cost him £30 anyway he simply made that amount back, zero profit, nothing extra, zip, nadda.


Lothra

He made ZERO profit...1st copy = £30 2nd copy = £28Total = £58He then so … He made ZERO profit...1st copy = £30 2nd copy = £28Total = £58He then sold one copy for £30, since the 1st copy of the game cost him £30 anyway he simply made that amount back, zero profit, nothing extra, zip, nadda.



You're either trolling or a sandwich short of a picnic imo.
Edited by: "deano88" 2nd Dec 2011

hmmmmm....... why so cheap Mr Watson?

http://26.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_l9nacchwQv1qze5g2o1_500.gif

Im not too sure Holmes? Maybe it has something to do with that online pass thing??

http://30.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_ludnvhMc6I1qlx6iho3_r1_250.gif


Edited by: "DEALofaLifetime" 2nd Dec 2011

Nice but could you not take the next photo in a dust storm (_;)

CEX still offering £26 at mom so you could clock it and make £2 if you're quick

That's £2 REAL profit unless the Sheldon Coopers amongst you think otherwise . . .


oliver3125

I deliver my local paper and I hvw to prepareleaflets, I got it inside a … I deliver my local paper and I hvw to prepareleaflets, I got it inside a leaflet, here a picture to prove ithttp://instagr.am/p/W9Y96/


jk12324

Every penny counts. I pre-ordered MW3 for £30 at Grainger Games but … Every penny counts. I pre-ordered MW3 for £30 at Grainger Games but still bought it from Best Buy on release day because it was at £28. Ended up selling one of the copies to my friend for £30. That's £2 extra in my pocket.

Some friend you are. I would never make a profit out of a friend. I got UC3 off eBay for 31 quid for a mate who'd been looking for the game and sold it to him for exactly the same price, not a penny more, not a penny less.

Edited by: "AppStar" 2nd Dec 2011

DEALofaLifetime

hmmmmm....... why so cheap Mr Watson?Im not too sure Holmes? Maybe it has … hmmmmm....... why so cheap Mr Watson?Im not too sure Holmes? Maybe it has something to do with that online pass thing??



You do realise that the online pass comes free with every brand new copy.....

Post it then.

kylewalker

just been to harrods and they had a gold plated ipad2 for £100. (_;)


TheJawz7

You do realise that the online pass comes free with every brand new … You do realise that the online pass comes free with every brand new copy.....



So it does Mr Watson, but further examination of the evidence seems to suggest that the game will probably lose it's re-sale value once the online pass is indeed activated?

http://29.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_li51w3OQho1qgzg6eo1_500.gif

Lothra

He made ZERO profit...1st copy = £30 2nd copy = £28Total = £58He then so … He made ZERO profit...1st copy = £30 2nd copy = £28Total = £58He then sold one copy for £30, since the 1st copy of the game cost him £30 anyway he simply made that amount back, zero profit, nothing extra, zip, nadda.



Yes but he saved himself £2 in the process (ended up with a copy for £28, instead of the origianl £30), although really he should have sold to his friend for £29, thus meaning they both paid £29. Or returned the £30 copy and told his mate where it was £28

tallpete33

Nice but could you not take the next photo in a dust storm (_;)CEX still … Nice but could you not take the next photo in a dust storm (_;)CEX still offering £26 at mom so you could clock it and make £2 if you're quickThat's £2 REAL profit unless the Sheldon Coopers amongst you think otherwise . . .]




Don't forget selling the online pass on ebay, cex won't give you any more with the pass included
Edited by: "Johnboy_1975" 3rd Dec 2011


screw this i reserved at currys but luckily didnt collect. so now its £24.

i'll just wait until after xmas and get it for £15

BTW I just made £500 today by not buying a TV.

If you bought 2 copies; 1 for £28 and the other for £30, then you sold the £30 copy for £30 you could just pretend it never happened as there's been nothing lost and nothing gained on that copy.
You got a copy for cheaper than you originally planned to, you didn't make a £2 profit. If you'd sold the £30 copy for £31 then you would have made a profit.

^^^^^^^^ Who really cares? ^^^^^^^^^^^^

I can't believe people are arguing over semantics. Get over it.

first time poster....... my only comment is.......JESUS!.......this is just so funny! Please keep up the debate.......

AppStar

Some friend you are. I would never make a profit out of a friend. I got … Some friend you are. I would never make a profit out of a friend. I got UC3 off eBay for 31 quid for a mate who'd been looking for the game and sold it to him for exactly the same price, not a penny more, not a penny less.



depends which copy he sold to his friend. If it was the 30 pound one then he would make a profit out of him, but how would he then have £2 extra in his pocket?

The glass is full...no its not its empty.. suppose its how you look at it. you can sort of justify both arguements. £2 cheaper or £2 profit.

But who actually cares?

Oh dear, seems like I've caused quite a ruckus with a simple story. Let me re-phrase that: I now have an extra £2 in my pocket compared to if I didn't buy the second copy.

I never thought anyone would read my original statement as "I made £2 profit", my bad.

And for the person who said that I've profited from a friend, that is totally untrue and I find that a bit offensive.

I told him about the Grainger deal but it was already sold out when he came online (It took me over an hour to place my order so I couldn't have ordered him one). I then told him about the Best Buy deal the day before it happened and he was there at 11am trying to get a copy as well, but failed due to the site going a bit slow. I managed to get 1, tried to order another one for him but it was too late.

My original plan was to trade-in my extra copy for over £30 but seeing as he didn't have the game, I offered to sell him it for £30, just to cover the cost for my Grainger copy. So in the end I chose to let my friend have the game cheapish instead of making a few pounds profit from a trade-in. I incurred an opportunity cost, I did not profit from my friend.

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