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Rome Total War II: Emperor Edition (Steam PC) £12  Instant Gaming
Found 11th JunFound 11th Jun
Activation code for Steam for Rome Total War II Emperor Edition. Steam itself is a lot more expensive. Go easy. First post!
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Agreed, the earlier total wars had so much more personality. Nowadays it seems like they just re-hash it over and over. Exact same content, sometimes less so that they can then go on to add "expansions" for more money. I'm not cynical.... (lol)


Good price for Rome 2, voted hot. After playing the original Rome and Rome 2, I personally prefer the original even though it starting to look quite dated its less buggy and more fun to play.


The time spent waiting toward the endgame becomes ridiculous on all the recent games. And yes if we all had the MET office's supercomputers at home then maybe we could run a halfway decent game, but it would still be with a reduced graphics display and no shadows and no fire and a unit size of 10 etc... Medieval 2 had the balance correct, and is infinitely more playable than anything since. Plus you actually get to finish the game which is novel. Empire has a known glitch i've never been able to get around, where it freezes halfway through a campaign, usually on a naval battle. And using autocomplete defeats the purpose of playing a RTS. Shogun had horrendous sea battles, and "fixed" this with Fall of the Samurai which introduced 1-sided sea battles if you pick any side with ironclads. But again, i never actually got to complete a game because it took so long to wait for the AI turns to be done. Basically buy the newer versions of total war if you're all about CPU and SSD and want to START dozens of amazing campaigns. Which i will be doing. Heat added. Game bought. Sigh, i hate this site.


Good price. Just cant get into the more recent total wars, spend more time waiting for the turns to process than you do issuing orders/commands. Medieval 2 was the best. I liked empire total war but it was pretty slow at processing turns, seemed to go downhill from there.

[Xbox One] The Division / Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare (& PS4) / Dead Rising 3 / Ryse: Son of Rome / Watch Dogs - £2.39 each (Pre-owned) - Music Magpie
Found 30th MayFound 30th May
Looks fantastic now it's had its 4K patch, bargain for less than £2.40 :) Ryse: Son of Rome - £2.39 Dead Rising 3 - £2.39 Watch Dogs - £2.39 Infinite Warfare … Read more
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When you are addicted to buying games and try to cap the behaviour then Music Magpie have another meltdown (lol) Dammit!!


Dead Rising 3 sold out :(


Thanks Buzz you beast. £2.39 for The Division is nuts! Its a repetitive game and I platinumed it on PS4 but gone for it for Xbox. I just wanna dive in and play again, just explore the snowy environment!


Great prices, always fancied division and for £2.39 I'm glad I waited! (highfive)


Argh.... Just snapped eBay this morning for £3.5 ;( ;(

Cheap return tickets to India via. Rome flying with Alitalia in November!! 275pp return - Travelup
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
Was just checking tickets to India and came across this!!! Return tickets for 2 people from LHR to New Delhi with layover in rome (314pp) or break journey in rome for a day!! 2 p… Read more

It's called soapboxing.


Hey, I am breaking my journey for a day in Rome, to see rome for like 24 hours and then flying to delhi, so on travelup just go to flights booking and select multi-city, try the dates for london to rome, rome to delhi and then just a return from delhi to london, the dates are in my screenshot. Maybe the prices have changed now, haven't checked after I booked. Hope it helps :)


Cheapest is £313 pp!


Can't see the 7:25am flight ? I chose the same options as you OP but can't see anything?


£277 on Skyscanner now. Good price but less than a week in India is really not enough time to see Delhi or any other part of India.

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[Steam] Ryse: Son of Rome - £2.99 - Fanatical
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
£2.81 using code SUPER6 - credit @EugeneVictorTooms (y) Journey to the heart of the Roman Empire and experience the brutality of Roman warfare like never before as Ryse… Read more
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Ok. Thanks for that. Thought it was worth a check.


Excuse the pic, but it didn’t work (fierce)


Stunning graphics ran great on a rx 480.


No mate sorry, I already have lords of the fallen. I’d assume it doesn’t work because lords of the fallen is today’s star deal and their codes don’t usually work on star deals- but worth a try!


I don't suppose you tried this code on the Lords of the fallen deal too?

Ryse: Son of Rome Steam - Includes all dlc £3.56 @ Instant-gaming
Found 21st MarFound 21st Mar
Great hack and slash, really enjoyed this game. Fight as a soldier. Lead as a general. Rise as a legend. “Ryse: Son of Rome” tells the story of Marius Titus, a young Roman sol… Read more

One of the best looking games I've played on my PC, but there isn't much to it gameplay wise.


still remember how they where hyping this up as the best thing since slice bread. Such a disappointment. If they only spent a few moments looking a Shadow of Rome for the PS2 (which has the best hack and slash gladiatorial battles I have ever seen) it would have been for the better.


Good combat, reminiscent of the Batman Arkham games, but absolutely nothing else to it. Worth a punt at this price


A decent hack and slash, but pretty much the modern equivalent of a side scrolling beat-em-up. Worth it for the money.

Rome Complete Box Set Blu-ray (10 Discs) £22.49 delivered @ Zavvi
Found 16th FebFound 16th Feb
Cheapest I've seen this in a long time and still my fave HBO series (along with Game Of Thrones). Use code FLASH to buy at this price. Now in Hi-Definition, Rome Complete conta… Read more
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FLASH doesn’t appear to work


Mind, they got Atia mother of Octavian wrong ! She was a prude and ultra religious. Not a randy and shapely lover of Marc Antony and many others


Brilliant series. 5 stars, would recommend. (y)




Got this for 15 quid two years ago! Great series though.

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Rome and Venice: 4 Nights at a choice of Hotels + Train Transfer + Return Flights from  £109.65pp @ Groupon
Found 5th FebFound 5th Feb
Enjoyed Rome when I went a few years ago and would definitely go back, Venice is on the to do list Use code ESCAPE15 to get quoted prices based on 4 night trip (can extend to 6 … Read more
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:-) Have you ever been to Venice or Rome or do you get all your facts from the Daily Mail ? Actually, I've just re-read your comment above - do you write for the Maily Dail - Thousands ??? - could you please send me these links because I can't find them.


Well ITALIAstar, maybe you should read the thousands of comments on the links and all the reviews on Trip Advisor which would tell most people that they should have reservations going to Venice or Rome.


That was last summer !!!!!


Mmm you've quoted two articles about the same place - hardly a reason to constantly wonder where the next con is coming from.


This has reminded me of a recent story in the Daily Mail about Venice. See here; I would suggest you read the comments to discover just what a rip off place Venice is/can be and, funnily enough, a lot of the commenters also say Rome is just as bad. Also, the two restaurants mentioned, Osteria da Luca & Trattoria Casanova, have pretty unbelievable reviews on Trip Adviser - honestly, read both the DM comments and Trip Adviser reviews - it will leave you shaking your head in disbelief! I'm sure you can do Venice and Rome without experiencing problems, but from what I've read it's at the very least daunting and for me it would ruin any break constantly wondering where the next con is coming from. Also this later story;

Cheap trip to Venice hotel and flights - £69pp @ Wowcher [£138 per couple]
Found 1st FebFound 1st Feb
Spotted this offer on Wowcher. £69 for 2 night in 4* hotel and return flights. Lots of dates between now and July. Regional airports can be chosen too.
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None starter as the hotels are in Mestre anyway!!!


I contacted crystal travel directly in the end. The only flights they had left for my dates were ridiculous timings (return flight 5am) even though the voucher says they won’t be outside normal hours. I’ve paid an extra £49pp to have later flight times but they added an extra night in the hotel as well, so still not bad


Shame the hotels aren't actually in Venice


Also having this issue...did you get this sorted?


Same, I made a point of speaking in a loud faux Italian accent and the looks I got! Ignorant

Amazing Value Short Break to Rome £99pp @ icelolly
Found 20th JanFound 20th Jan
Back by popular demand, this fabulous short break is staying at the Romoli Hotel and includes return flights Rome, ItalyRomoli HotelRoom only (bed and breakfast from £5 per person… Read more
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Only gone and book my ticket to go to Rome alone! May can’t come sooner :D


Don't worry about it just do it .. much better to try than look back in later life at what could have been . I started travelling alone about four years ago. I do all sorts of things I would never have done previously and meet so many wonderful people. Longest holiday alone two and a half weeks! People are amazing when they see you are alone and often strike up conversation. Also shocked at how many other single women travelling. Try it you won't look back.


Well said, my last holidays have had me tied to my Mother (she has been good enough to offer the trip tho'). Whilst the break abroad has been nice never got to see much. although i did disapear from time to time (embarrassed)


Icelolkly are reputable. Decent deal if you have to do it on the cheap.


If it's an evening flight out and a morning flight back, which it normally is with these deals, you're only getting one full day in Rome. It's a fantastic city and that isn't enough time to scratch the surface. In my opinion these city break deals always have a catch. You'd be much better off buying the flights and hotel separately for more flexibility.

FREE Total War Rome II DLCs (Take Your Pick 1 of 3)
Found 28th Nov 2017Found 28th Nov 2017
PLEASE NOTE: You can redeem one offer out of a selection of four with your Steam account, so choose wisely! Pick your favourite DLC for Total War: ROME II and it’s yours for free… Read more
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I think everyone is intelligent enough to realise that you can't own DLC for a game which you don't own, it makes no sense. A DLC is dependent on the game itself.


My post was simply stating facts about the promotion that aren't immediately apparent, and that can only be acquired by attempting to redeem said promotion. Saving others in a similar position the hassle of trying. It didn't require, nor desire a reply. As to your question, the answer is plainly obvious.


Obviously? How are you going to play the DLCs without the base game..


Opted for Wrath of Sparta, thanks! :)


Nice., I only needed Black Sea. Made my decision easy. :D

Digoo DG-TH1130 Home Comfort Digital Indoor Thermometer Hygrometer Temperature Humidity Monitor £2.72 Delivered with code @ Banggood
Found 20th Nov 2017Found 20th Nov 2017
Great price. These seem to be popular so thought I'd post another for you lovely lot. Use code ' 2TH1130 ' at checkout to receive discount. Main Feature : World smallest the… Read more
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If it's anything like the one I just received from China the readings are pure fiction!


Me neither.


Code doesn't work for me :(


This-little-tiny-thing... "I like you" (shock) Whaaat!!

Logitech M330 Silent Plus Wireless Mouse, £15.99 from amazon (£17.98 non prime)
Found 18th Nov 2017Found 18th Nov 2017
Also in blue or red. 90% reduction on clicking noise: Enjoy the sound of silence with maximum quiet when clicking the left or right button on this silent mouse, with no driver in… Read more

My GF bought this for me as a surprise preasent to use with my bedroom laptop, it wasn't until I read the product desctiption that I realised why.


I was just looking at that house at John Lewis yesterday at £30 and now boom - half price! Got a red one.


Bought red and black .. Thanks OP

Wahl Chrome Deluxe Grooming Gift Kit Contains Clipper/Trimmer/Ear and Nose Trimmer - £14.99 @ Argos
Found 9th Nov 2017Found 9th Nov 2017
A great price for a decent clipper (which unlike many clippers includes the downright useful right and left ear taper attachments). Perfect for complete grooming, this set has t… Read more

I thought it was the elite pro


Which model did you think it was? I'm after a new one atm so a recommendation would be good.


OK, thanks :)


I work at Argos it doesn’t matter you reserved it if you don’t collect it within 7 days the order is cancelled so just get the new trimmer you want...


The clipper is not wireless, otherwise I would have heated. sorry

Star Gift - No7 Illuminated Mirror  (Rose Gold or Chrome) now £17.99 at Boots
Found 26th Oct 2017Found 26th Oct 2017
These make such great gifts, I wouldn't be without mine! They are usually around £30 but now on offer as a star gift for just £17.99 each with Free C+C. There's also a Chrome I… Read more
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Ordered - Cheers


Although not posted on its own, it is included in this deal already:

Pack of 3X 5W Tilting LED Chrome Downlight kit - £7.68 delivered @ CPC Farnell
Found 22nd Oct 2017Found 22nd Oct 2017
Also available in brushed chrome or white. Fantastic value for 3 x 5watt LED lamps COMPLETE with downlight fitting and LED transformer (transformer cost this on their own). Suits … Read more
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Hi, the CPC supplied 5w downlighters and transformer use what is termed as constant current drive which is believed to be more reliable than the common constant voltage transformer. Constant current are not very common as the LED lamps as these are wired in series (like the old fashioned xmas lights, IE 1 removed - all out). For singles or variables multiples then a constant voltage LED driver transformer can be used. These are ranged from around 12watts up. If you cant get the wire across the joists, then wire the LED's to a separate 12watt LED transformer. These are plentiful on Amazon or eBay for a few quid each. I too purchased a quantity of these LED kits, and look brilliant.


great value many thanks. cigbunt - these bulbs are non replaceable. I've bought a few spares. Can anyone advise which transformers to buy? Unfortunately I'm unable to run three from the same transformer unable to wire across joists etc.


Are this gu10


Received yesterday and can confirm they come with transformer. Great deal. Thanks OP


Any deals about for 3 cool white downlights 54mm cut out.

Britax Romer Evolva 123 SL SICT Car Seat - Flame Red - £118.79 @ Boots
Found 13th Oct 2017Found 13th Oct 2017
Very good price on this very good quality and very safe, stage 123 car seat. Cheapest I think it's ever been (£131.99) with an extra 10% off via Boots too, which brings it down to… Read more

Thanks op, just ordered and got 1180 points. I have the britax advansfix II and the harness is suitable up to 24kg - my son was 18kg when he was 2 and this was the only seat i could find which he could still use the harness - the newer version however is now only suitable up to 18kg. Thankfully my youngest is a lot more petite so this seat is perfect


Yes it's up to 18kg with the harness but then they go seat-belted into this car-seat up to 36kg. I'm surprised some parents would miss this point, as it's the same on nearly all car seats of this type but then again what some people do, is often baffling. A safe well known brand car seat that goes all the way up to 36kg (approx. age 12) for this price is pretty good value in my opinion. We got one for ourselves and one for our parents. At this price, it's a cracking good seat for grandparents.


​Yes when using it as a booster seat with the belt you need to strap it in when not in use. For someone thinking of getting it for a younger child in harnessed mode (up to age 3 or 4) it stays in place with the adult belt all the time same as the evolva. The evolva does to an older age and the stages is suitable from birth so can be used earlier. Best choice just depends on the age of the child I suppose. Personally 7 years use is enough for one seat to be good value to me. The technology used in car seats is improving all the time. Any long life seat won't compare to the safety of the latest seats when they are a few years old anyway.


Very good point, which I forgot to mention! The 18kg weight limit is right there in the manual, and on my seat it was on the sticker on the side of the actual seat, but sadly a lot of parents don’t bother to read the manual that comes with any new seat that they buy. It’s quite common that parents will continue to use the harness, ignoring or not being aware of the weight limit, because they think their child is safer in that than using the seatbelt. This is very dangerous.


Yeah we looked at that Joie too but because it doesn't isofix, you have to manually seatbelt it in everytime after your child gets out, else the whole seat will fly about your car when you hit the brakes. Also it's only up to age 7 or 8 instead of age 12 & it's more expensive. As a result we ruled that one out.

Brushed chrome double socket (Home bargains) for £4.99
LocalLocalFound 22nd Sep 2017Found 22nd Sep 2017
Couldn't find this version any cheaper anywhere (and plastic is black, not white). The USB version of this (2.1 amp not 3 something for the moaners) was 9.99, they're 19.83 for on… Read more

Really good price I fitted some last week. These brushed chrome ones are also appear screwless from the front which is nice touch, the front panel clips on to the surround which is the bit you screw on instead.


That's another one, 9.99, I mentioned it.


Think he means white inserts rather than standard white.Try toolstation they were doing 5 for 20


Thanks, yes I know, I mentioned it.


You can get USB ones but there 9.99 I got some last week

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