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Not directly a cost of living issue but didn't want to start another thread.

If you want a Firestick, or in need of an upgrade, NOW is the time to jump in.

Top of the range 4k, I recently paid £50, is down to £32.99

Mid range, still a good deal, was £39.99 now £17.99

Low range, could be ok, depending what you want to use it for, was £29.99 is now £12.99

 

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11 minutes ago, faraway saint said:

Not directly a cost of living issue but didn't want to start another thread.

If you want a Firestick, or in need of an upgrade, NOW is the time to jump in.

Top of the range 4k, I recently paid £50, is down to £32.99

Mid range, still a good deal, was £39.99 now £17.99

Low range, could be ok, depending what you want to use it for, was £29.99 is now £12.99

 

Can you use this alongside Virgin media?

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4 minutes ago, faraway saint said:

I think so, just plug it into an HDMI port and Bob's your auntie.

Don't think it would cause any conflict. 

Certainly handy for IPTV. 

What's it best used for. I've got Netflix (included in VM package), Disney + and Amazon Prime.

Apart from IPTV, what are the benefits?

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2 minutes ago, FTOF said:

What's it best used for. I've got Netflix (included in VM package), Disney + and Amazon Prime.

Apart from IPTV, what are the benefits?

Portable I suppose, when I go on holiday, decent wifi permitting, I can watch anything I want.

You can have all the app's you already have installed on it.

IMO probably IPTV is the biggest benefit. 

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5 hours ago, beyond our ken said:

Sainsbury unleaded down to 183.9 pence/litre and a 6p/litre voucher offer.  12p/litre saving over Asda or Tesco.

As to the listed price. The garage on Inchinnan Rd. in Renfrew has been below that for some time. Now at £180.99.

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In Tesco in Renfrew this morning,

Baxters soup like Scotch Broth, Chicken Broth used to be around £1 or £1-10 now £1-60  :shockaroony

Ink for the printer was around £28 for a double cartridge, now £42  :shockaroony

Thank f for my £1-98 pints of Bud Light at Wetherspoons   :cheers

 

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7 minutes ago, Tommy said:

In Tesco in Renfrew this morning,

Baxters soup like Scotch Broth, Chicken Broth used to be around £1 or £1-10 now £1-60  :shockaroony

Ink for the printer was around £28 for a double cartridge, now £42  :shockaroony

Thank f for my £1-98 pints of Bud Light at Wetherspoons   :cheers

 

I tend to make my own soup these days. Much better imho.

You need to look at alternative options for your printer cartridges. One option is to get on eBay or google and stick in your printer cartridge code and search for OEM versions.

How often do you use your printer in a month in terms of page output? Reason I ask is that I got a an hp printer that provides her free printing every month up to 10 pages. If you go over that there is a slight increase in price that gets deducted from your credit card.

As for your beer choice surely there is an alternative?????

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2 minutes ago, SuperSaints1877 said:

I tend to make my own soup these days. Much better imho.

You need to look at alternative options for your printer cartridges. One option is to get on eBay or google and stick in your printer cartridge code and search for OEM versions.

How often do you use your printer in a month in terms of page output? Reason I ask is that I got a an hp printer that provides her free printing every month up to 10 pages. If you go over that there is a slight increase in price that gets deducted from your credit card.

As for your beer choice surely there is an alternative?????

What sort of soup do you make? 

I'd like some vege soup recipes, if anyone has any. :) 

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