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Just looking at todays top deals and most are from amazon. I love amazon especially prime. Love Christmas shopping with them. Some really amazing deals at the moment. What do you think and where do you buy most of your Christmas shopping?

TaraAnneDunne
14 days ago
What do you think of this?
Imnotcheap
Imnotcheap14 days ago

I buy most mine from Amazon. I live in quite a small town so no big shops shopping with Amazon gives me more choice it's also safer staying in this year.

Big bonus I can use the Amazon vouchers I've been saving

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TaraAnneDunne
TaraAnneDunne
Original Poster
14 days ago

Exactly! The vouchers are pretty useful. I have a 15% off kids wish list for amazon which I'm going to use to get a baby yoda for my son lol. Some amazing Christmas deals now.

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Imnotcheap
Imnotcheap14 days ago

I tried to set that up maybe because I have several wishlist already I failed TaraAnneDunne

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TaraAnneDunne
TaraAnneDunne
Original Poster
14 days ago

Aww really i think it has to be over £20 and be sold by amazon not a 3rd party Imnotcheap

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Imnotcheap
Imnotcheap13 days ago

One item or a couple over £20 next thing I want to buy is £19.99 TaraAnneDunne

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Golfforall
Golfforall14 days ago

I don't mind when Amazon "mainline" products are well "liked " by LD members . There are often some great deals to be had .

What I do despair of is the Marketplace Chinese "Tat" that is so often well "liked" . A clue -whenever an item is described as "professional" its Chinese tat that will fall to pieces whilst being unwrapped be totally useless and any "Professional " would laugh at it !

Professional Hair cutting scissors etc - straight in the bin

Professional Knife sets -likewise .

And don't get me started on useless Chinese no contact forehead thermometers - so inaccurate as to be dangerous if you were daft enough to actually believe the reading !

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TaraAnneDunne
TaraAnneDunne
Original Poster
14 days ago

Oh yes! I always look to see where its being sold from if it comes up as been posted from a chinese address I dont buy.

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TheChimp
TheChimp14 days ago

Golfforall I've bought some quite good Chinese tat in the past. I would never risk more that a few quid though.

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Golfforall
Golfforall14 days ago

TheChimp I get my golf tees from China . Not much wrong with them to be fair .

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TheChimp
TheChimp13 days ago

Golfforall Who's your money on for the Masters?

I put a bet on Mr Rahm.

(Sorry to hijack your thread OP)

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TaraAnneDunne
TaraAnneDunne
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13 days ago

Lol no bother TheChimp

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Golfforall
Golfforall13 days ago

TheChimp I went for Justin Thomas . Rahm wont be far off and Rose probably the best of the Brits.

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Lynibis
Lynibis13 days ago

Also look out for loads of spelling errors!

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hspexy
hspexy13 days ago

These days, it’s amazon. If you have vouchers, then it’s a no brainer to just buy most things there. That being said, if I find the same items cheaper elsewhere, I’d buy elsewhere

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Imnotcheap
Imnotcheap13 days ago

I hate it when I have to buy from Amazon because of voucher and fing cheaper elsewhere

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hspexy
hspexy13 days ago

Imnotcheap I know what you mean. There’s maybe a handful of times I bought from amazon even though it was a little more - about 50p to £1 - but any more than that, no thanks

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nina090976
nina09097613 days ago

Amazon,never had a problem with them,had some really great deals from them over the years.My son has put some Lego items on his Christmas wish list,so I have added them to my basket,maybe they will reduce 🙂 x

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TaraAnneDunne
TaraAnneDunne
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13 days ago

Fingers crossed for you, they should go down x

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