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(UK) For trade: Monster Fighters Crazy Scientist

CCCCCC Member Posts: 20,526
edited October 2012 in Marketplace
Anyone want a crazy scientist set #9466?

I have an £18 price match with John Lewis and so can order two. However, I don't want cash ... who fancies buying me £18 worth of Sun polys? At 50p each, that's 4 from each day.

So if anyone is purchasing loads of polys and wants a #9466, let me know.

I also got some Endor troopers #9489 in Tesco on 3f2, so £5.50 each. Same deal there if anyone wants to pick up 11 polys.


  • PhoneboothPhonebooth Member Posts: 1,430
    I'm new to the poly-game, but I would think that .50p is a bit low? Am I missing something here?
  • CCCCCC Member Posts: 20,526
    That is cost price.
  • LegoboyLegoboy Member Posts: 8,827
    I'm happy to buy you 36 papers and send you the vouchers but I can't realistically see me redeeming 36 vouchers at the till. Let me know.
  • PhoneboothPhonebooth Member Posts: 1,430
    Cost price, yes, but that's like 10% of what they're worth based on ebay pre-sale prices I've seen???

    So, let's say that I trade you 36 polys for your £18 MF set. Doing my math (look MA, no calculator!!):

    36 poly's at 5 quid a pop = 180 Quid.
    Minus the Cost price: 36*.50 = 18.00
    Net 162.

    I do feel bad that you're going to miss the promotion though. I'm sure that we can rally the troops and get you a shizzle ton of vouchers to redeem - I can give you my 64 vouchers as well! Already up to 100!
  • CCCCCC Member Posts: 20,526
    They won't be £5 a go soon. I based trade on cost price, after the reseller thread I didn't think people like profit.
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