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    11 Comments

    I guess most people know it as Play.com, seems to have changed into a TCB/Quidco like site.

    Wuaki seems good though with the Xbox Credit / Chromecast deals.
    Edited by: "kiish" 6th Oct 2016

    PayperviewTV or phones calls?

    no thanks will have the money ta

    Editor

    I'm genuinely confused, so please forgive the ignorance (if there is any present), but did you not tell us about this over 4 weeks ago?

    hotukdeals.com/mis…027
    Edited by: "BuzzDuraband" 6th Oct 2016

    Original Poster

    BuzzDuraband

    I'm genuinely confused, so please forgive the ignorance (if there is any … I'm genuinely confused, so please forgive the ignorance (if there is any present), but did you not tell us about this over 4 weeks ago? :Dhttp://www.hotukdeals.com/misc/rakuten-evolving-closing-2505027


    Just a heads up.

    Cold.

    Original Poster

    deeky

    Cold.


    Not really, Blue skies all round (_;)

    Oh joy... I have missed the Rakuten deals, where every item Rakuten sells has its own thread with a voucher code.

    deeky

    Cold.


    5x Cold.
    But it ends today, tomorrow will just be cold.

    Idk how could japanese buy a very successful business n turn it into ashes in couple of years
    Worst mistake was changing name

    FantasyDeals

    Not really, Blue skies all round (_;)


    Blue sky = clear sky = cold. It's the time of year!

    This has now become a joke who wants super points for some crappy websites no one uses rather than cash like topcashback and quidco.

    How they made the money to buy play.com I'd like to know.
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