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Isn't that what that amazon deals is for at the top of the page :?

Original Poster

[SIZE=2]amazon was an example... :roll: [/SIZE]

You could always use the 'tags' in deals to place the word 'filler' as well as in the title would be helpful though.

filleritem.com/uk.…tml

That site lets you put in the amount you need to qualify for free delivery and chose the type of item you want, it then finds items for you

Think its a good idea but not sure how it could best be implemented, was thinking of something similar last night when the 74p surge protector appeared at ebuyer - would be a great filler item and a hot deal but loses something if you have to list price as £5 or whatever due to delivery. It would be useful not just for amazon but also most component retails (ebuyer & svp spring to mind) and any other etailers that offer free delivery over £xx spend.

jah128

Think its a good idea but not sure how it could best be implemented, was … Think its a good idea but not sure how it could best be implemented, was thinking of something similar last night when the 74p surge protector appeared at ebuyer - would be a great filler item and a hot deal but loses something if you have to list price as £5 or whatever due to delivery. It would be useful not just for amazon but also most component retails (ebuyer & svp spring to mind) and any other etailers that offer free delivery over £xx spend.



The link I posted above also works for ebuyer and a few other places

Original Poster

amazon really is just an example... i cant see ebuyer on ur link kelly....

the tag thing would work only if everyone did it!

Surely this is the perfect time to go a bit wild. Rather than thinking "I have to buy some rubbish for £4.68 to top up my order", why not recall all those things you really wanted and justify them by virtue of your bargain and the subsequent free postage on your total order.
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