did anybody get any good deal from show

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  1. craiggs

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    did anybody get any good deals from the show i did not get as the weather was so bad
     
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    pappajohn Funster Life Member

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    spent more in the bar than on 'goodies' :Doh:
     
  3. Larrynwin

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    Furry russian hat £10
    Did you see the show special Kipor 2000w genny £449 -------- I searched online £349 delivered.
     
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    pappajohn Funster Life Member

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    imitation leather and fur 'trappers' hat £10

    shirl couldn't decide which to have so she bought three at a fiver each:Doh:(and she doesn't wear hats :ROFLMAO:)

    also a 20ft 'dump' hose so i dont have to empty the black tank into a bucket again...not a nice job
     
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    Got £50 off a bike trailer thing, got a deal on a few other bits too.

    Def saved more that the £40.00 ticket price.. Well pleased. :thumb:
     
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    On the grounds that I spent over a grand at Cheshire, anything less than a wallet 200 quid lighter is a good deal :roflmto::roflmto:

    Graham
     
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    I was doing well

    I was doing great..did not spend a lot until last thing Sunday when we decided to buy a Snooper Ventura S7000 saterlite system. I have a very good Pioneer system already linked to my back up camera and a music centre in one. But I wanted the ACSI data base (hard to use even on the Ventura) Plus I wanted all the bits that gives the height annd size and weight etc., The pioneer only has car or foot. Purchased at £400 - a little off the direct sell price from Snooper. But still had to spend £29.99 putting the cameras on.

    Other wise I just purchased items I had pre ordered or really needed (very few) Purchased a play mat with roads for the grand son for christmas at £12.99. A new dog bed for Ezzie £20.00.

    Weather did not help, to cold and just not really in the mood to spend hours looking when you have to wear the long trail coat to keep dry.

    The ususal bungies (with the plastic ball on the end - various sizes) and a gas heater and 10 butane bottles to use in the evening outside .. did not use it this trip. But cheaper than Argos by £15.00 .. cheaper/similar price to some dealers that advertise here on this site that have them on there web site but none in stock..

    Overall not impressive by my normal standards.

    Bob:Blush:
     
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    We bought the usual bits and bobs led lights etc and we bought a twin tub for £65 which is a lot cheaper than here in Skeg.
    We did.nt get around as much as usual as the weather was so crap
    Alan
     
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    lincoln buys

    well steve ended up with three hats before he got right one and i got one but wanted the one with the pom poms on like the lady who was selling head on but didn thave those got home and guess what matalan cat gas one in with pom poms 8 quid so i will get it:Smile:
     
  10. Johns_Cross_Motorhomes

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    Hilda had his new awning fitted for FREE !
     
  11. Road Runner

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    No £2.80/£2.90/£3.00 per pint depending on barman.

    Spent a fortune:cry::cry:

    Got fantastic LED torch for under a fiver GREAT::bigsmile:
     
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    Don't know if it is a genuine bargain, but I got a Diabla for fifteen pounds and used it all weekend..:Smile:
     
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    Hilda wasn't at Lincoln? :Doh:
     
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    Following on from your other thread, Ken and Steph, maybe he WAS and maybe he still IS.....:Eeek:
     
  15. dave newell lvs

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    Severeal pints of real ale at never more than £2.50 and on Sunday evening it was reduced to £1.60:thumb:, proper bargain!::bigsmile:

    D.
     
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    i paid £3 for all mine john, but they did have to check the price each time.

    £3 for 'washing' lager* :Eeek:

    i only pay £2.70 in the local nightclub and £2.12 in the sport/social club for fosters :thumb:


    * used for washing other beers glasses ::bigsmile:
     
  17. aba

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    don't know if it was a really great deal but i got a second hand gaslow 11kg bottle and all the fittings and bits and bobs for £203.00 and bonus is its got some gas in it :thumb::thumb::thumb:


    andy
     
  18. eddievanbitz

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    The thing is Dave, that when the Van Bitz mob left you on the Saturday night we went over to the main building, every round got cheaper and cheaper once we started buying the staff drinks! Funny that !

    EddieVB
     
  19. craiggs

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    well it looks like we did not mis alot i got my snooper from http://shop.snooperdirect.com/product1290186.html and it was £419 all in as for the beer you dont mind paying if its good but the last lot was not and i did try to see if would get better but it was not going to be
     
  20. dave newell lvs

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    Yeah that is funny Ed, wonder why that happened::bigsmile:.

    D.
     
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