Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by CardJoe, 1 Dec 2010.
Â£22.00 - 10% = Â£19.80
I take it you've never heard of rounding
I can feel a new t-shirt purchase coming on. I wonder if my mum would like one for Christmas?
I'm acutely aware that Christmas is an expensive time of the year for everyone, yet I'm also acutely aware of every man and his dog discounting one or two pound making a "how generous of us deal" when they are just actually using this time of year to line their own pocket.
Wait! What? A business is trying to make money? Holy sh#t we must let everyone know, phone the Prime Minister, email the President, the people must know about this.
It worked on me, got 3 shirts en route
Though that was rather funny, M7ck does have a point haha. I am grateful for any discount at all (as I was already planning on buying myself two for Christmas) but 10% off makes little difference. 20-30% would have actually cut off a reasonable enough chunk to consider it a worthwhile savings. However they are still a business, and ultimately every business's goal is to make money, so again I'm grateful for anything!
you still need to fix your digital subs ( http://gb.zinio.com/browse/publications/index.jsp?productId=500602138&sch=true or http://www.bit-tech.net/news/2010/09/24/custom-pc-digital-edition-now-available/1) as its £35 Ex vat so its not saving you any thing going digital (cost even more once VAT goes up) it should be 28.76 on Zinio so it costs £35 + vat, most of the other mags on the site have compensated for it
you still not corrected this problem
Hmmm... just ordered 6 t-shirts & 2 hoodies from www.threadless.com. Sorry, B-T, with a trip to London this weekend there just isn't any money left.
are you complaining that they are even cheaper than what they are advertising them as?
i wouldnt complain about that
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