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Blink XT Home Security Camera (Indoor/Outdoor) for Your Smartphone with Motion Detection, HD Video, Battery Powered, and Cloud Storage Included (2 Pack XT) - Immedia Semiconductor, LLC - Europe fulfilled byAmazon £206.39 dld
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Click on promotion message to get discount of 14% to get this price Weatherproof technology - Blink XT is IP-65 rated to ensure that the water-resistant unit delivers c… Read more
OllieSt14 h, 31 m ago

I don't own anything at the moment, but Ezviz looks interestingHere's the …I don't own anything at the moment, but Ezviz looks interestingHere's the complete range and I reckon POE (power over ethernet) for outdoor surveillance may be the way to go. Secure local recording is possible although cameras can take an Sd card


Thank you.
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Actually I think I may have stumbled upon a decent setup with Ezviz

They are Hikvision who have a good reputation, Alexa seems hit and miss but IFTTT is available
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dudwood_fudwood7 h, 31 m ago

Do you use a system currently? Anything you can recommend? In the market …Do you use a system currently? Anything you can recommend? In the market for a decent cctv system.


I don't own anything at the moment, but Ezviz looks interesting


Here's the complete range and I reckon POE (power over ethernet) for outdoor surveillance may be the way to go. Secure local recording is possible although cameras can take an Sd card
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inertia49 m ago

Amazon have just bought link so imagine all integration will be available …Amazon have just bought link so imagine all integration will be available soon....


I know they have, but reading the Blink forums doesn't give too much confidence.
OllieSt9 h, 39 m ago

This is the price for today, a price that is less than the normal price of …This is the price for today, a price that is less than the normal price of £239.99. I can't get too excited at any price tbh. Poor Alexa integration, flimsy bracket and potential substandard night vision mean the system is a non starter for me. Some people like them though as there is no monthly sub and battery life is very impressive.


Do you use a system currently? Anything you can recommend? In the market for a decent cctv system.
TomTom Start 52 5 Inch Sat Nav Western Europe Maps with case £99.99 @ Argos
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Best price at the moment with Europe map and case at this point in time i have also seen on amazon for Price:£92.01 but no Europe map or case bit of copy and paste below The To… Read more
Sprograt1 h, 33 m ago

I don’t see the point in stand alone Sat Navs any more, everyone I know u …I don’t see the point in stand alone Sat Navs any more, everyone I know uses their mobiles as a Sat Nav these days.


OK I'll get rid of mine.
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Sprograt1 h, 13 m ago

I’m sure you can do that with an app on a phone, please correct me if I’m w …I’m sure you can do that with an app on a phone, please correct me if I’m wrong.


well i am not aware of any app and i am not even gonna try look for one just to correct you.


the whole point of this site is to post deals and this is the best price for this particular item

your personal opinion about sat nav does not really matter
I'm using LG G2 personally but found speed not always correct and speaker is not loud enough (tomtom app) so I'm also after a proper satnav for longer trips.. But wouldn't buy a sat nav without traffic though.
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guessswho3 m ago

well its personal preference i guess but i bought it because my brother is …well its personal preference i guess but i bought it because my brother is driving instructor and you can record custom route in this sat nav which help student with there training.


I’m sure you can do that with an app on a phone, please correct me if I’m wrong.
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Sprograt4 m ago

I don’t see the point in stand alone Sat Navs any more, everyone I know u …I don’t see the point in stand alone Sat Navs any more, everyone I know uses their mobiles as a Sat Nav these days.


well its personal preference i guess but i bought it because my brother is driving instructor and you can record custom route in this sat nav which help student with there training.
Travel Bundle inc Digital Luggage Scales /  European Travel Adaptor with 2 USB Ports / 1x Travel Bag / Eye Mask / Neck Pillow + Ear Plugs was £19.98 now £9.99 Del w/code @ Cartridge People
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Thought this would be great for anyone planning a trip or holiday, was £19.98 & now £9.99 Del with code TRAVELPK . Bundle includes all in the pic This Travel Bundle con… Read more
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Thanks for posting; ordered one. Have never used Status adapters but they appear to be a reliable brand.
That's a pretty good price just for the adapter - if you're going to Europe, that is. As with most of these things, the adapter probably won't have an earth so shouldn't be used with anything requiring an earth connection. Also probably has a current limit so may not be suitable for heat devices such as hair dryers or hair straighteners.
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TomTom Via 53 Car Sat Nav with Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Europe Maps, Siri and Google Now integration £129.99 SAVE £50 Was £179.99 @ Halfords
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TomTom Via 53 Car Sat Nav with Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Europe Maps, Siri and Google Now integration £129.99 SAVE £50 Was £179.99 *
HotBot9 h, 21 m ago

Only for those few who intend to take it to the USA! Hardly a lot better …Only for those few who intend to take it to the USA! Hardly a lot better than other features you will use on a more frequent basis.


Also, being an older model, the lifetime map updates will probably end sooner, too.
Bilbo19681 h, 6 m ago

The older model has world maps. So a lot better.


Only for those few who intend to take it to the USA! Hardly a lot better than other features you will use on a more frequent basis.
Not keen on these which rely on being tethered to a phone in order to work. Prefer my VIA live 5000 which has its own SIM.
HotBot20 m ago

Why is this older (discontinued) model better than the newer Via 53, …Why is this older (discontinued) model better than the newer Via 53, especially as some may value the Siri/Google Now integration? £10 more for the latest model seems fair and this is the lowest price.


The older model has world maps. So a lot better.
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Bilbo196811 m ago

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/tomtom-go-510-5inch-traffic-sat-nav-world-maps-case-11999-argos-2867524Far better and 10 pounds cheaper than Halfrauds.


Why is this older (discontinued) model better than the newer Via 53, especially as some may value the Siri/Google Now integration? £10 more for the latest model seems fair and this is the lowest price.
Persona 4 Golden £16.98 PSvita (inc postage) @ Nisa Europe
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Same deal as my other Nisa Europe post add --- for the £7.50 discount at checkout. Following in the footsteps of Persona 3 Portable, the second highest rated PSP game of all tim… Read more
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bagrattle20 m ago

Thanks @otterboxer. I went and flicked through my emails and bought a few …Thanks @otterboxer. I went and flicked through my emails and bought a few things.


yeah no probs, at least it helped someone! ta.
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jonathan21316 m ago

Yeah lol so it was a terrible deal!


No your missing the point. This is (was before i pulled it) the best price for a physical copy atm. The code turned out to be a personal code for me so i pulled it, (although someone could use it) with the code its a good price.

You might as well troll every xbox one post saying it was cheaper with the tesco glitch when people could get it for a lot less. Could get it, this is a deal site for the best price for any given item atm, its pointless posting past prices.
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Yeah lol so it was a terrible deal!
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jonathan21350 m ago

It’s been cheaper than this physical too

*been
TomTom Start 52 Sat Nav with Western Europe Lifetime Maps £84.99 @ Amazon
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Found 23rd Dec 2017Found 23rd Dec 2017
£15 off previous deal posted here but no case or driving test disk. Comes with western europe maps which encludes the uke and ireland, can be updated for free.
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TomTom go at £15 per year on android is a great alternative, includes traffic, speed cameras and all available world maps. It has all the functions as the standalone devices.
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retro_pie1 h, 29 m ago

Isn't it better to just buy a car phone holder for a couple of quid and …Isn't it better to just buy a car phone holder for a couple of quid and used Google maps. Better because it will direct you the quickest route around any traffic/roadworks and you can use it hands free just by saying "Ok Google, navigate me to nearest MacDonalds or where ever you want to go.

Any map app will show you the roads, and any one is as good as any other, but things have moved on - the info you need it to show is traffic hold-ups so you can avoid them. Where I live, getting the wrong info between Coventry and Birmingham on the M6 means the difference between sitting an hour or more in near stationary traffic or not!

Unfortunately the traffic info on Google is bizarre. eg. Last night immediately before I left home at 8pm it was telling me streets near home were seriously choked near the Supermarket - they weren't as I drove straight through, no congestion whatsoever! It constantly over or under reports serious congestion making it useless, often it is reporting traffic conditions about half an hour or more out of date.

TomTom Go on android phones is the better option. when there is serious congestion it reroutes you, and it is generally only proper congestion it reports: 15 quid a year if you must pay for it(!)
Even the freebie Waze gives better, more usable info than Google Maps because it has data given by users on the street.
Isn't it better to just buy a car phone holder for a couple of quid and used Google maps. Better because it will direct you the quickest route around any traffic/roadworks and you can use it hands free just by saying "Ok Google, navigate me to nearest MacDonalds or where ever you want to go.
michael212 h, 26 m ago

Never trust TomTom , they force updates that kill satnavs and then charge …Never trust TomTom , they force updates that kill satnavs and then charge for repairs.


Nonsense still using a 5 year old TT bang up to date no issues. Best Sat Nav by a long way
Never trust TomTom , they force updates that kill satnavs and then charge for repairs.
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NFL Shop Europe Sale - Heavy discounts on  Selected Teams jerseys - EXTRA 20% OFF
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POST XMAS FURTHER 20% OFF THESE ITEMS NFL Shop Europe is having a 50% off sale which has some decent items. HOWEVER for those very few Tennesee Titans fans out there, there is a… Read more
caoimhin5821st Dec 2017

I don't care about the premier league. Massively overpaid players in an …I don't care about the premier league. Massively overpaid players in an overly hyped league (imo). You'll often find that NFL teams make subtle changes and add multiple lines of clothing year on year (such as service day etc). My point is that in all the merchandise which is discounted thus far, there is a very limited number of discounted items on the team I've followed since 1984 (year before they won their first and only superbowl) and we pay a premium for such goods here already, even items which have been out for a number of years!


I'm a 49ers fan and I thought the nfl salaries knock the socks off epl
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There is now an additional 20% off these items.
Northerndave9 h, 59 m ago

Seems to be a good mix of NFL fans here (apart from the Pats fan - …Seems to be a good mix of NFL fans here (apart from the Pats fan - joking)If you weren't aware, the NFL UK Live show is back in 3 locations in Jan. Usually good chance to hear the views of ex players and I believe the host of NFL Red Zone this year.I don't work for the NFL, and last went when they were free, but now only £7 and £6 of that goes to 'charridy'.http://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/search?tm_link=tm_header_search&user_input=nfl+uk+live&q=nfl+uk+liveyI'll be in Manchester, sporting my finest Jets Tebow 15 special....he's the future you know........


Tebow, now there's a man Jets management ruined. Fancy hiring a guy to be an occasional QB / TE. He may have had critics before he went to the Jets but omg did they finish his career or what lol
HeHateMe19 m ago

Good stuff.. I was at the Xmas one in Belfast last year.Neil, Jeff, Shaun …Good stuff.. I was at the Xmas one in Belfast last year.Neil, Jeff, Shaun Gayle and Dallas Clark. Good times.


They are good nights aren't they. I went to one at a hotel function room in Manchester a couple of years ago. All level seating so all I could see was the back of a massive Packers fan two rows up, but Shaun Gayle was hilarious and Neil did a great job hosting. Plus there was a guy from the audience who caught 25 passes in a row, thought he had stickum on his hands!
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Northerndave3 m ago

Seems to be a good mix of NFL fans here (apart from the Pats fan - …Seems to be a good mix of NFL fans here (apart from the Pats fan - joking)If you weren't aware, the NFL UK Live show is back in 3 locations in Jan. Usually good chance to hear the views of ex players and I believe the host of NFL Red Zone this year.I don't work for the NFL, and last went when they were free, but now only £7 and £6 of that goes to 'charridy'.http://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/search?tm_link=tm_header_search&user_input=nfl+uk+live&q=nfl+uk+liveyI'll be in Manchester, sporting my finest Jets Tebow 15 special....he's the future you know........


Good stuff.. I was at the Xmas one in Belfast last year.

Neil, Jeff, Shaun Gayle and Dallas Clark. Good times.
TomTom Start 52 5 Inch Sat Nav Western Europe Maps with case and FREE Driving Test Deluxe PC DVD ROM £99.99 @ Argos
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TomTom Sat Nav with case down from £129.99 to £99.99 at Argos. Save £30. Special offer includes FREE Driving Test DVD worth £10.99. Total saving £40.99! https://www.argos.co.uk/p… Read more
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I prefer a traditional sat nav to using my phone. The screen is bigger, …I prefer a traditional sat nav to using my phone. The screen is bigger, has a matt finish so doesn't reflect sunlight, an you don't need a data connection for maps (I think some apps require one).


Android phones are the better option. Just say OK Google navigate me to (where ever you want to go) and it will take you where you need to go in the shortest time possible taking traffic and roadworks into consideration. Maby you should consider getting a better data plan? I get 20gb 4G a month with ee for £15 + an extra 5gb because I've got my broadband with them. Never have to worry about running out
maabus4 h, 39 m ago

The best thing I like in tomtom is it shows the current speed of your car …The best thing I like in tomtom is it shows the current speed of your car and the maximum permissible speed in that road. It will warn me if I over speed more than 10% mph in any road. I don't think this feature is there in any of the phone based maps including google maps. Happy to be corrected though.


Waze? It's been around for years. It is owned by Google and provides those functions you've mentioned.
nihcaj5 m ago

Hopeless for traffic details - dramatically overestimates the seriousness …Hopeless for traffic details - dramatically overestimates the seriousness of some delays and misses some worse ones! Often shows roads heavily congested as long as half an hour after they are totally clear.TomTom GO on phone or on PC with MyDrive is better in that it only reports the more serious delays, although even that gets some of them wrong. Also far better for navigation. If you pay for it is is £15 a year, but I don't' like paying for such things! ;-)


Well.. google maps is free and its on ur phone... two best things in one package. And theres tons of features in it especially the search feature. It just has best of everything except two things,one is traffic updates like u said,the other is speed limit, apparently they did add the feature years ago but took it off relativelt soon for some reason.. probably due to sat nav companies threatening lol
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maabus56 m ago

The best thing I like in tomtom is it shows the current speed of your car …The best thing I like in tomtom is it shows the current speed of your car and the maximum permissible speed in that road. It will warn me if I over speed more than 10% mph in any road. I don't think this feature is there in any of the phone based maps including google maps. Happy to be corrected though.


It is there on the Phone version of TomTom (and other phone apps too). Standalone Sat nav is just expensive now, you can get the features on your phone for £15 yearly (if you must pay for it!) and only have one device cluttering the car and the windscreen.
linhang909 h, 48 m ago

Nothin beats google maps


Hopeless for traffic details - dramatically overestimates the seriousness of some delays and misses some worse ones! Often shows roads heavily congested as long as half an hour after they are totally clear.

TomTom GO on phone or on PC with MyDrive is better in that it only reports the more serious delays, although even that gets some of them wrong. Also far better for navigation. If you pay for it is is £15 a year, but I don't' like paying for such things! ;-)
Free UK/Europe roadside assistance worth £245 when you book a SEAT service online
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Applies to Seat cars over 2 years old (up to then they’re covered anyway). Book a service online at seat.co.uk/bookservice Fixed price servicing costs for any Seat up to 15 years … Read more
dannyshep4 h, 19 m ago

Last service I had done at Seat Derby Pride park the "technician" forgot …Last service I had done at Seat Derby Pride park the "technician" forgot to tighten up the sump plug. After a few miles of driving the oil light came on and I called the AA included in my service package. After taking the undertray off he said the sump plug could be undone by hand so not even torqued up. I'll wouldn't trust them to fit a bulb or build a Lego car properly.


Funnily enough, after a service I picked up my car with 3 dents in the bonnet,2 on the roof and a scrape down the hatch.... Luckily I'd video'd the car when I dropped it off - they eventually fixed it, but it was tooth and nail
umirza8538 m ago

Yeah all Seat mechanics are terrible and you should NEVER EVER go there to …Yeah all Seat mechanics are terrible and you should NEVER EVER go there to get your car fixed..... because there's one guy out there in Derby who forgot to tighten something. Stay away all....


My experience and I believe it's my right to share this info. If their techs don't tighten sump plugs what else do they forget to torque, wheelnuts? By all means use SEAT but this is my experience. That is all.

I have a family of mechanics (over 50 years experience) at my disposal and only used a main dealer to get a stamp in the book whilst under warranty.

Seems there is a reason they give away free breakdown cover for when your oil is all over the road and your engine is ceased.
dannyshep1 h, 36 m ago

Last service I had done at Seat Derby Pride park the "technician" forgot …Last service I had done at Seat Derby Pride park the "technician" forgot to tighten up the sump plug. After a few miles of driving the oil light came on and I called the AA included in my service package. After taking the undertray off he said the sump plug could be undone by hand so not even torqued up. I'll wouldn't trust them to fit a bulb or build a Lego car properly.


Yeah all Seat mechanics are terrible and you should NEVER EVER go there to get your car fixed..... because there's one guy out there in Derby who forgot to tighten something. Stay away all....
Lol worth more like £45
Last service I had done at Seat Derby Pride park the "technician" forgot to tighten up the sump plug. After a few miles of driving the oil light came on and I called the AA included in my service package. After taking the undertray off he said the sump plug could be undone by hand so not even torqued up.

I'll wouldn't trust them to fit a bulb or build a Lego car properly.
Danganronpa 2 - PS Vita @ NIS Europe - (£13.99 + £2.49 del)
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Looks to be a decent price for this game on Vita - although I'm happy to be corrected. Game Info: Jabberwock Island – once a popular tourist destination, this now uninhabited… Read more
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Note that Danganronpa 1-2 Reload for PS4 (which contains games 1 and 2) is currently part of a 2 for £25 deal on PSN.

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Decent price for a decent game. Another solid reason for people to own a Vita
I bought the first when it was on sale a few weeks ago. This is tempting, though I just dropped £300 on a Switch
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Risk Europe Board Game - Time for a Real BREXIT Strategy! - £12.53 Prime / £17.28 non Prime - Sold by F & F Stores and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Lowest price showing on Amazon buying from Hasbro. Amazon also showing for 40% off on other toys. PLEASE PLEASE no BREXIT bunfights on this deal thread! (I mentioned it once, b… Read more
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jmn160919908th Dec

I find the miniature board games far safer to play. Not sure I should …I find the miniature board games far safer to play. Not sure I should order this, it’s a big Risk.


Are you Tim Vine?
jmn160919904 m ago

Alright, alright. Don’t get your Groening in a twist.ps I don’t feel bad ;


You're on top form today
Dejaque5 m ago

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Alright, alright. Don’t get your Groening in a twist.

ps I don’t feel bad ;
Garmin DriveSmart 50LMT-D Satellite Navigation with Western Europe Lifetime Maps and Traffic 5 inch, Black £95.99 @ Amazon
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Cheapest around just dropped in price, was previously available at £128.89. Driver awareness features include alerts for dangerous curves, fatigue warnings and more Receive Sma… Read more
If the conditio is merely "good" and not "like new" or "very good" then you're most likely not getting a new product, and you're definitely not getting any warranty on that product, so yeah you've saved yourse £27 but you now have a product that can go faulty in a heartbeat within a year with no warranty coverage.
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sunkissed4 m ago

or get it from warehouse deals used-good usually come new anyway and a …or get it from warehouse deals used-good usually come new anyway and a further 20% off. £67.58


Yep, that's just dropped as well in line with the price for new. Thanks for the heads-up!
or get it from warehouse deals used-good usually come new anyway and a further 20% off. £67.58
TomTom Rider 42 @ Amazon - Free delivery - £219.99
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With Lifetime TomTom Traffic, Maps of Full Europe and Safety Camera Updates A quick deal for you bikers. Cheapest at the moment, lightning deal.
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peter1969uk10 h, 25 m ago

Maybe something to do with weather proofing, and vibration dampening.


Waterproof case = weatherproofing. Vibration dampening might be useful if my standard one was starting show signs of stress but after several '000 miles nothing at all.
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Up to £271 now, I'll expire.
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worthinger59 m ago

Can't believe how much they want for the "bike" sat navs.I've got a decent …Can't believe how much they want for the "bike" sat navs.I've got a decent waterproof mount from Shad and use my car one - works really well. £200 saved.

Maybe something to do with weather proofing, and vibration dampening.
Can't believe how much they want for the "bike" sat navs.

I've got a decent waterproof mount from Shad and use my car one - works really well. £200 saved.
Ticket to Ride First Journey - Europe Edition £19.79 @ 365games (using 10% off code)
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Kid-friendly version of very popular board game, rare to find this under £20. Use Code WHYWAIT for 10% off at checkout. If you haven't used your Quidco £2.50 bonus (expires No… Read more
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Thanks OP been thinking about getting the original to play with my Son,but this is even better. Didn’t know it even existed till I saw this post!
no idea what the difference between this and the normal version is, but my 6yr old picked up the original (european) version pretty quickly. so might be worth considering just buying the full version, and they will soon pick it up.
Thanks op. Been on lookout for a Christmas board game that's a step up from the usual. Hoping this fits the bill?
Don't have this version, but the First Journey of the first game is outstanding for young children (mine are 5 and 8).

Heat.
Fantastic game.
European Space Agency store - Free shipping
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For the next two days, the official store of the European Space Agency will be offering free shipping when the voucher code 'COMET' is used.
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At ~€25 for a baseball cap, or t-shirt, I'm not sure their prices could be considered a bargain even with free delivery.

I'm a big fan of their work though, I've been on their mailing list since '92, so I suppose you could just consider it a donation to Science that is rewarded with free clothing...
Oh good I need to send something to Mars.
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15% off Site Wide on NFL Shop Europe
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As the title suggests 15% off everything on site, some great cheap bits for NFL Fans for Christmas. Some good stocking fillers and clearance items from the 2017 London games. Pla… Read more
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Corranga4 h, 54 m ago

Thanks, picked up some Saints stuff from the London game we were at. My …Thanks, picked up some Saints stuff from the London game we were at. My wife is a fan, and we managed to get down the front, and get some autographs, including Brees, great day!It'd be dull if we were all the same.


Ok then let's just concentrate on the over the top prices
Not really a big discount may mean something to you if you support and watch the NFL
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Corranga22 m ago

Thanks, picked up some Saints stuff from the London game we were at. My …Thanks, picked up some Saints stuff from the London game we were at. My wife is a fan, and we managed to get down the front, and get some autographs, including Brees, great day!It'd be dull if we were all the same.


Great news! Jealous you managed to get Brees’ autograph, looks like they could be SuperBowl contenders!
Thanks, picked up some Saints stuff from the London game we were at. My wife is a fan, and we managed to get down the front, and get some autographs, including Brees, great day!


waterloo1 h, 17 m ago

Grown men wearing silly tops from a stupid sport from the usa is just …Grown men wearing silly tops from a stupid sport from the usa is just wrong even if it was not wrong look at the prices



It'd be dull if we were all the same.
Grown men wearing silly tops from a stupid sport from the usa is just wrong even if it was not wrong look at the prices
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Ticket To Ride Europe for £24.99 Sold by Daily Deals Shop and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Cheapest I've seen it drop to. Not sure how much stock there is. Great Christmas present. Standard edition also £21.99 here
Ticket to Ride is currently free on Steam via this competition:
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The physical Ticket to Ride: Europe game being played on Tabletop:
Bargain - just picked up the last one of the original game for £21.99!
olioli8612 m ago

In my experience the game isn't too tricky regardless (and possibly you …In my experience the game isn't too tricky regardless (and possibly you can choose to play without the additional bits anyway), but each to their own.


OK - but particularly this time of year when the recipient is likely to be suffering from an excess of turkey, mince pies and sherry I think fewer rules are a good thing! :-)
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StockportGerbil8 m ago

I'd suggest get the American one first - fewer rules / just the basic game …I'd suggest get the American one first - fewer rules / just the basic game - means you can pick it up a lot quicker.


In my experience the game isn't too tricky regardless (and possibly you can choose to play without the additional bits anyway), but each to their own.
I'd suggest get the American one first - fewer rules / just the basic game - means you can pick it up a lot quicker.
WiFi Smart Plug £8.99 (+3.99 non-prime) Sold by CrazyFire Europe and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Very good price for this WiFi smart plug, a quick search shows others are around a tenner or more on Amazon.
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EN1GMA11 h, 20 m ago

Home automation really needs to be cross compatible.


Yes it's really confusing, I'm surprised Amazon has not made there own system or joined forces with One brand
Home automation really needs to be cross compatible.
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And sorry to be so repetitive in the smart socket posts but dose it need a hub to work with Alexa!
no this is independent. Just needs the ewelink skill.

Can you use any of the other Home (google now etc) devices to turn these on and off like Alexa ?
Aviva Free Annual European Travel Insurance (existing customer deal)
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Found 6th Nov 2017Found 6th Nov 2017
It seems that Aviva are offering this to exisiting customers, looks like you have to call to get this though: "As a valued customer we’re delighted to offer you our standard annua… Read more
I've just claimed mine now. Didn't have to call anyone, all done online in about 5 minutes!
Thank you. I logged into my account and the offer was there.

direct.aviva.co.uk/MyP…io/

When you get to the end, select "Add extended stay cover " and 90 days. That is free for some reason although it is considered as "extra". My total came to £308.17 and it was all free.
I did not select any of the extras, which are listed below:

Add baggage cover £25

Add winter sports cover £115.99

Add airspace closure cover £47.52

Add travel disruption cover £34.57

Add extended stay cover £045 Days / 60 Days / 90 Days
All they ask “did you receive a email” just say yes..I got mine no problem..also you don’t have to start it on the day I have started mine on the December 17th as we tend to travel to Christmas markets in Europe around that time of year.
they are rubbish don't get any insurance with them. I just bought travel insurance with them this year. I have to cancel my flight for holiday because I cannot go due to health reason. I even got a doctor letter to say so. I submit my claim and they say I need a letter from my airline air Asia to say it is cannot and I did not get anything back. I used two airline an I managed to get one for one airline but not air Aisa as it is their policy not to do that in writing . it is their policy. because of that Aviva did not pay out anything at all to me. that is rubbish but the airline and the insurance company. never use them again for anything.
freebiehunter7th Nov

On a side note I just used the Aviva Drive app to apparently get me a …On a side note I just used the Aviva Drive app to apparently get me a cheaper insurance quote.. what a joke.. put my insurance quote up by over £100 ..also increased the cost of the protected no claims!

Aviva drive gave me 28% off.
My score was 8.2 as far as I remember.
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