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    17 Gifts for 10 yr olds for a fiver!!!!!!!!!!

    I need to find 17 gifts for a mates footy team, 10 year olds, for their end of season games. Any suggestions appreciated. Cost price between £5-£10

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    is that 5-10 quid each??

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    barky;8245498

    is that 5-10 quid each??



    Yes :-D up to £170

    well,all disney dvds are bogof at the moment so could be done for the budget altho age ten may be borderline for these.

    footballs?-too obvious?

    have you got access maybe to the seasons match pictures-you could do them all albums?

    or photo mugs? if time is a problem asda do them?

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    barky;8245631

    well,all disney dvds are bogof at the moment so could be done for the … well,all disney dvds are bogof at the moment so could be done for the budget altho age ten may be borderline for these.footballs?-too obvious?



    yeah they get a football ever week for whoever is man of the match.

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    plumberman01;8246146

    have you got access maybe to the seasons match pictures-you could do them … have you got access maybe to the seasons match pictures-you could do them all albums?or photo mugs? if time is a problem asda do them?



    great idea, but I see that bringing more joy to the parents rather than the kids. I was looking for a mp3 player or something like that. I have picked up a few scooters already and have some phlatballs coming.

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    plumberman01;8246431

    http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=107599a bit … http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=107599a bit over budget but nice?



    Nice find thanks :thumbsup:

    try asda they have toys etx decent things 2 for £8.

    Vouchers for GAME, I would think all boys would be pleased with them.

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    lisat;8249982

    Vouchers for GAME, I would think all boys would be pleased with them.



    Thank you so much, I always see vouchers as a bit of a cop-out. It also has the added problem that it lets the recipient see exactly how much you have spent on them. Whereas if I get a toy worth £15-£20 on a deal under a tenner then they will think they have got something more than just a tenners worth. Also the parents will be more impressed
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