From: Malcolm Hind on
Any helpful suggestions taking into account delivery would be welcome ?

Thanks
From: Adrian C on
On 06/04/2010 09:46, Malcolm Hind wrote:
> Any helpful suggestions taking into account delivery would be welcome ?

Delivery normally is the killer. If I'm ordering CDs/DVDs by post, its
normally on top of another order with me trying to reach over a minimum
purchase limit for free post.

Shopping locally is probably best if you have somewhere with good deals
going, or are within reach of the customer collection counters of online
computer parts and media retailers.

Where abouts are you?

--
Adrian C
From: dna on

"Adrian C" <email(a)here.invalid> wrote in message
news:820orqF7hfU1(a)mid.individual.net...
> On 06/04/2010 09:46, Malcolm Hind wrote:
>> Any helpful suggestions taking into account delivery would be welcome ?
>
> Delivery normally is the killer. If I'm ordering CDs/DVDs by post, its
> normally on top of another order with me trying to reach over a minimum
> purchase limit for free post.
>
> Shopping locally is probably best if you have somewhere with good deals
> going, or are within reach of the customer collection counters of online
> computer parts and media retailers.
>
> Where abouts are you?
>
> --
> Adrian C

www.kvjfairdeal.com


From: Malcolm Hind on
Adrian C <email(a)here.invalid> wrote in news:820orqF7hfU1
@mid.individual.net:

> On 06/04/2010 09:46, Malcolm Hind wrote:
>> Any helpful suggestions taking into account delivery would be welcome
?
>
> Delivery normally is the killer. If I'm ordering CDs/DVDs by post, its
> normally on top of another order with me trying to reach over a minimum
> purchase limit for free post.
>
> Shopping locally is probably best if you have somewhere with good deals
> going, or are within reach of the customer collection counters of
online
> computer parts and media retailers.
>
> Where abouts are you?
>

Adrian and dna thanks for the replies.

I am in N London - I need a lot and online prices seem to be a lot lower
than any local store I know about - 50% to 60 % lower. I also want
particular brands so eBuyer with free shipping for a largish order looks
the way to go.

Thanks again.
From: DubDriver on


"Malcolm Hind" <m.hind505(a)NOSPAMbtinternet.com> wrote in message
news:Xns9D537D65733F5MalHind(a)193.202.122.163...
> Adrian C <email(a)here.invalid> wrote in news:820orqF7hfU1
> @mid.individual.net:
>
>> On 06/04/2010 09:46, Malcolm Hind wrote:
>>> Any helpful suggestions taking into account delivery would be welcome
> ?
>>
>> Delivery normally is the killer. If I'm ordering CDs/DVDs by post, its
>> normally on top of another order with me trying to reach over a minimum
>> purchase limit for free post.
>>
>> Shopping locally is probably best if you have somewhere with good deals
>> going, or are within reach of the customer collection counters of
> online
>> computer parts and media retailers.
>>
>> Where abouts are you?
>>
>
> Adrian and dna thanks for the replies.
>
> I am in N London - I need a lot and online prices seem to be a lot lower
> than any local store I know about - 50% to 60 % lower. I also want
> particular brands so eBuyer with free shipping for a largish order looks
> the way to go.
>
> Thanks again.

Check out play.com too, they have had some good offers in the past.