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Amazon has started their "Countdown to Black Friday" sale

Amazon's Black Friday sale officially starts on November 17th

Amazon has started their

Amazon has started their "Countdown to Black Friday" sale

In recent years, Black Friday has hit the UK by storm, especially at online retailers, delivering consumers goods at reduced prices in the run-up to Christmas. 

This year, Amazon's Black Friday sale will be starting on November 17th, but for now, Amazon users can enjoy the company's "Countdown to Black Friday" sale where some devices are already available at reduced prices. This includes price reductions for Amazon Echo products, select televisions and even certain smartphones

Right now Amazon's "countdown" sale does not include that many offers, particularly on the PC and Gaming fronts, though this will likely be addressed in the coming days as more offers become available on the online storefront. 

  

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Right now over 4,000 items are on offer on Amazon UK. More information on Amazon's "Countdown to Black Friday Sale" can be found here.  

You can join the discussion on Amazon's Black Friday sale on the OC3D Forums

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15-11-2017, 15:03:05

notcool
Jeff Bezos the Amazon CEO who pays hardly any UK tax and employs mostly non Brits is a total scumbag stick to Scan, CCL, OCUK. Heck even PC World now has a pretty decent PC component section now.

You can't even use Paypal on Amazon as they refuse to help any competitors (eBay) even though Paypal is used by hundreds of millions of people.Quote

15-11-2017, 20:09:28

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by notcool View Post
Jeff Bezos the Amazon CEO who pays hardly any UK tax and employs mostly non Brits is a total scumbag stick to Scan, CCL, OCUK. Heck even PC World now has a pretty decent PC component section now.

You can't even use Paypal on Amazon as they refuse to help any competitors (eBay) even though Paypal is used by hundreds of millions of people.
Paypal is not owned by Ebay soo...Quote

16-11-2017, 07:20:16

Kieguru
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Originally Posted by notcool View Post
Jeff Bezos the Amazon CEO who pays hardly any UK tax and employs mostly non Brits ....
What does hiring non British workers have anything to do with it? They still pay tax no matter of their nationality.Quote

16-11-2017, 08:44:10

Digikid
Quote:
Originally Posted by notcool View Post
Jeff Bezos the Amazon CEO who pays hardly any UK tax and employs mostly non Brits is a total scumbag stick to Scan, CCL, OCUK. Heck even PC World now has a pretty decent PC component section now.

You can't even use Paypal on Amazon as they refuse to help any competitors (eBay) even though Paypal is used by hundreds of millions of people.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PayPal



In 2014, eBay announced plans to spin-off PayPal into an independent company by mid-2015 and this was completed on July 18, 2015

Paypal is not owned by ebay. They were at one point but not for a couple years now.Quote

16-11-2017, 09:26:41

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by notcool View Post
Jeff Bezos the Amazon CEO who pays hardly any UK tax and employs mostly non Brits is a total scumbag stick to Scan, CCL, OCUK. Heck even PC World now has a pretty decent PC component section now.

You can't even use Paypal on Amazon as they refuse to help any competitors (eBay) even though Paypal is used by hundreds of millions of people.
I wouldn't buy stuff from Scan with your money. Worst company I have ever bought from. Constantly selling stuff that is out of stock, then taking days to tell you and their customer service? hahaha what's that?Quote
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