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    Leo's had to put his price up....

    Looks like the original BU0836 non x version has gone up by 3. It used to be 16.99 and is now 19.99.....

    It must be that Leo's supplier has put their price up too....

    I thought I would just mention this....

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    Re: Leo's had to put his price up....

    hi alex........
    well, the BU0836 has been at that price level since i was a boy (and that's a very looooooooong time). so we really can't complain.
    leo's a very genuine guy and he would only raise the price if he had to. and for what it does, it's still great value.
    where would we be without these cards
    regards and merry christmas

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    Re: Leo's had to put his price up....

    I agree with you Ian.

    I sure do have a few of these cards now, and always needing more...

    I am not complaining at all, I just noticed they were 16.99 each the last time I looked.

    A few quid to Leo is a few quid well earnt I say....

    Happy Christmas to you too Ian....

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    Re: Leo's had to put his price up....

    OK Alex,

    Can you translate some English into American for me? How much is a quid?

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    Re: Leo's had to put his price up....

    Quote Originally Posted by AK Mongo;
    Can you translate some English into American for me? How much is a quid?

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    a quid = $1.55c

    have a great christmas Reid

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    Re: Leo's had to put his price up....

    Quote Originally Posted by ian@737ng.co.uk View Post
    a quid = $1.55c

    have a great christmas Reid

    rgds

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    So is a quid a British pound?

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    Re: Leo's had to put his price up....

    Matt

    Yes, that's exactly what it is.

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    Re: Leo's had to put his price up....

    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Olieman View Post
    So is a quid a British pound?

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    Also a fag is a cigarette.
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    Re: Leo's had to put his price up....

    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Olieman View Post
    So is a quid a British pound?

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    similarly the same way a buck = 1 Dollar.
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    Re: Leo's had to put his price up....

    And at the risk of thread drift

    Bonnet = hood
    Boot = trunk
    Pavement = sidewalk
    petrol = gas

    ete etc- As Alaister Cook said "two nations separated by a common language"

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