A lot. I’d expect £100 a pop and will probably be listed on £1 sale fee promotions with 3.4% PayPal fees so £4.40 + £45.97 = £50.37 so nearly £50 profit per pair, assuming the person bought 20 pairs that’s £1000 profit? you’d charge postage costs to buyerso they wouldn’t count.
Seriously, the people that purchased multiply sets, how much extra are they going to make after eBay, PayPal, postage fees, idiots
You filthy animals
Posted 24th JanPosted 24th JanShipping from ItalyShipping from Italy
Unfortunately thats why I didn’t order. Otherwise I’d have bought in a heartbeat
Beware. In the small print: When you place an order, you authorize Amazon EU to designate a courier to carry out customs clearance for your package and to pay import taxes on your or the recipient's behalf. I read this as you’re authorising the courier to pay any import taxes on your behalf. They will then pass those charges on to you. Brexit is not simple and it’s not good for consumers buying anything from the EU.
Good deal (y)
Open the link using Chrome and you'll get an option to translate the page to English. As Switchy said, all taxes/fees are included in the price.
There is a €17 VAT fee included with the highlighted price.
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These are not bad actually ,people like to just follow what others say and hate on things but these are actually decent all things considered.sound quality is just fine but they look nice and connect very easily and have great battery life. I never buy these for myself,I have Sennheiser Momentum 3 and before those I had Sony XM3. Also they are not that bass heavy like older beats headphones ,actually the popular Sony 1000XM3 were more bassy. £120 is a good deal for them,if you want better you need to pay at least £200ish.
I have these and they are great imop
I think its a great price myself thats why I voted hot
Whatever if it does it does., Not many teenage audiophiles, I would guess. Many more of these will be bought by parents for their kids this Xmas as this is what they want and this is the cheapest I have seen them. 2 were bought at £125 for Xmas presents for kids in my immediate family and I am sure a lot more will be sold than any other ones at this price range.
I think they look nice, they used to be the thing to have a few years ago. I feel like Bose and Sony just completely overshadow these on sound and quality. Heat added.
Yes. But rather than a single £20 off John Lewis deal we can get 10,000, one for every product they sell for £120 or more. I guess it helps with keyword alerts though and it is a good deal so heat from me.
Isn't this just part of the 20 pounds off deal?
Posted 2nd Oct 2020Posted 2nd Oct 2020
BEATS Solo 3 Wireless Bluetooth Headphones - Black - £129 delivered @ Currys PC World£129£14913% off Free P&P FreeCurrys Deals
Nice light and comfortable headphones with long battery life. On low price offer. Product features On-ear headphones Battery life: up to 40 hours Works with Siri iOS comp… Read more
funny argument going on in the comments but this quote is pretty contraversial. Beats for a very long time were all hype and really bad on audio quality for the cost but I think the newer stuff since Apple finally bought them are better
Good for jogging?
How do these handle sweat ?
No intention of hijacking thread but a good alternative is Monster Clarity HD if you are not fussed with Siri compatability. 1/4 of the price but definitely not 1/4 of the headphones. Monster used to make Beats! Not voted either way.
Posted 29th Sep 2020Posted 29th Sep 2020
Beats Solo3 Wireless On-Ear Headphones - Apple W1 Headphone Chip, Class 1 Bluetooth, 40 Hours Of Listening Time - Club Red £129 Amazon£129 Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
Beats Solo3 Wireless On-Ear Headphones - Apple W1 Headphone Chip, Class 1 Bluetooth, 40 Hours Of Listening Time - Club Red
I get that this is under RRP, but this is overall a terrible deal in headphones. Even within Beats, the Solo Pro with active noise cancelling is £90-100 at CeX. Beats make some solid products these days - this isn’t one of them.
The white blue looks dope!
Posted 3rd Sep 2020Posted 3rd Sep 2020
Apple IPad Mini (2019), 64Gb, Wi-Fi - £349 Or £299 With £50 Cashback + £40 Off Beats Solo 3 (9 Month BNPL) @ Very£349 Free P&P FreeVery Deals
Its more about pricing. If a new iPad Mini is announced, then that will come in at this price £349/£399. And the old version will probably go for at least 10-20% cheaper, as retailers clear the stock.
Do the latest ipad revisions make much difference? Not that much has changed in the mob/tablet/low power ARM processor sector for a while now. A tablet just needs a good screen and be "fast enough" for most people.
I bought one on the 10% offer last week too but got an email to say that £50 would be credited to my account by the end of October so you might still get it
Hot, I love these very deals. I got £50 off an iPad last Christmas and £30 off an iPhone in July. I am tempted by this as one of my kids wants an iPad for this Christmas and they don't care if it is the latest model. Depends on if there will be a cheaper deal or not.
Voting hot, but yes new one out soon maybe and year ago got the 256 for around this price without cash back. And No I don’t have a time machine and not checked on recent pricing but If in market check apple official refurbs and eBay frequently as can possibly get better deals.
Posted 20th Aug 2020Posted 20th Aug 2020
iPad mini 64GB Wifi any colour £349 / £299 after £50 Buy Now Pay Later code + £40 off any Beats Solo 3 (Free Click & Collect) @ Very£349Very Deals
Thanks everyone. I’ve gone for the airs as this will be better for the kids to do their homework on when coupled with a Bluetooth keyboard etc.
Yep, and you won’t need to upgrade it for a good few years.
Thank you for your reply!! I’ve kept my order as even if I need an upgrade in future, my kids will certainly use it instead of my phone lol
I think the key thing here is how much you value portability. The mini will be great for poppinh in a coat pocket or bag. I also realised last night that the iPad pro is quite cumbersome for reading on such that I have to rest mine on my lap. Looking forward to leaning back with the mini! Also depends on how big your mobile is. My old SE is tiny and not much fun for reading or browsing (though I love the small size when out and about).