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Well you decide?

http://prop.bepropertyservices.co.uk/showd...l.htp?hsid=2717

17 Sulgrave Close, Childwall, Liverpool, L16

3 bedroom Semi-Detached - £179,999

Status: For Sale

3 Bedroom Semi-Detached

179,999 Reduced for Quick Sale to 179,950

What shall I do with the £49?

Could upgrade to SKY+?

Could fill the car up with Petrol and Get one of those stupid Gift offers in the Garage?

Could put it towards the deposit - could make a massive difference to my repayments?

ANY OTHER IDEAS?

TB

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Well you decide?

http://prop.bepropertyservices.co.uk/showd...l.htp?hsid=2717

17 Sulgrave Close, Childwall, Liverpool, L16

3 bedroom Semi-Detached - £179,999

Status: For Sale

3 Bedroom Semi-Detached

179,999 Reduced for Quick Sale to 179,950

What shall I do with the £49?

Could upgrade to SKY+?

Could fill the car up with Petrol and Get one of those stupid Gift offers in the Garage?

Could put it towards the deposit - could make a massive difference to my repayments?

ANY OTHER IDEAS?

TB

*Faints*

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I bought one of those air compressor tyre pumps in the garage as one of those gifts..

Superb...

keep it in your boot and no more queuing in the garage...

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179,999 Reduced for Quick Sale to 179,950

What shall I do with the £49?

Could upgrade to SKY+?

Could fill the car up with Petrol and Get one of those stupid Gift offers in the Garage?

Could put it towards the deposit - could make a massive difference to my repayments?

ANY OTHER IDEAS?

TB

That`s the trouble with you young uns, get a windfall and you must spend it. tut! tut! :(

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I bought one of those air compressor tyre pumps in the garage as one of those gifts..

Superb...

keep it in your boot and no more queuing in the garage...

I like to make stuff, i dont go out anywhere , so i make stuff . I once bought one of those compressors from the garage to presurise a tank so i could make my pnuematic robot come to life.. needless to say they are not designed for that, i couldnt even presurise to 20 PSI. Never again will i waste £9.99 and about £90 worth of petrol tokens for such a crock of pooh.

As a side note because i know some of you will grumble that ive been unfair about the compressors.. i have actually pumped up a tyre with one, they are loud all your neighbours can hear it AND it takes about 10 minutes .. yes 10 minutes to pump up a tyre. If i remember rightly i ended up putting about 15PSI in and drove to the garage.

A normal foot pump will have it pumped up 3 times faster .

can you tell i dont like them ? :lol:

To stay on topic though (im getting a bad habbit of drifting off these days) ... its all a psychological game :)

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This house was bought Apriil 2004 for £145,000.

Today it's £179,999 Reduced for Quick Sale to 179,950

3 bed semi Childwall, Liverpool - they were robbed last year let alone wanting 40 grand more a year and a half on.

Mind you they have added a Sky dish to the house - the fifty quid discount is if they can take it with them.

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Do you have to buy 49 presents this Xmas?

Problem solved.

Your local £ shop have a wide selection of items to choose from.

I rather fancy the 1001 spanner / screwdriver set in a carrycase.

horace

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morons. They haven't even got the psychological pricing sorted. The number 5 is perceived more expensive than say 77 or 99, they should have chosen 77.

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morons. They haven't even got the psychological pricing sorted. The number 5 is perceived more expensive than say 77 or 99, they should have chosen 77.

I emailed the estate agents last night pointing out the 49 quid off and asked if it was a mistake? Obviously not s the listing hasn't been updated today. Or maybe the ea has been busy showing round all those FTB tempted back with such price slashes.

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It's now been updated:

189,999 Reduced for Quick Sale to 179,950

Might put my mums up for sale when she goes on Holiday.

£1.4 Million reduced to £179,950 F.Q.S.

Pathetic people!!!

Bet this had never been on sale at that £189,999 mark. I know the area and that part has not peaked to that in my recollection.

:angry:

TB

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