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Advice On Buying An Omega Seamaster 300M Chrono Diver


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I preferred the safety net of the personal visit to an AD, and I'm pleased with the discount I negotiated.

More crucially, should anything go wrong with it, the shop is only 20 minutes up the Motorway.

Well done and as you say they are just along the road should you have a problem. In my book that peace of mind is well worth the extra couple of quid you might have paid.

Enjoy

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I remember buying my Seamaster 5 years ago. The sales guy in Goldsmiths offered 15% discount without me even asking.

I eventually bought mine from our host at a slightly better discount ! :good:

tried to buy a Gucci at a discount at Goldsmiths in House of Fraser Oxford Steet, he said 'we only do fixed prices, the best prices' :dummyspit:

What am I doing wrong :focus:

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I remember buying my Seamaster 5 years ago. The sales guy in Goldsmiths offered 15% discount without me even asking.

I eventually bought mine from our host at a slightly better discount ! :good:

tried to buy a Gucci at a discount at Goldsmiths in House of Fraser Oxford Steet, he said 'we only do fixed prices, the best prices' :dummyspit:

What am I doing wrong :focus:

My strategy was to take up the sales person's time (and lots of it) before even talking about the price.

You'd expect them to be more open to offering a deal after they've just spent nearly an hour with you, whilst you umm and arh, trying it on and taking it off, etc.

I hope you walked out of HOF!

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I remember buying my Seamaster 5 years ago. The sales guy in Goldsmiths offered 15% discount without me even asking.

I eventually bought mine from our host at a slightly better discount ! :good:

tried to buy a Gucci at a discount at Goldsmiths in House of Fraser Oxford Steet, he said 'we only do fixed prices, the best prices' :dummyspit:

What am I doing wrong :focus:

My strategy was to take up the sales person's time (and lots of it) before even talking about the price.

You'd expect them to be more open to offering a deal after they've just spent nearly an hour with you, whilst you umm and arh, trying it on and taking it off, etc.

I hope you walked out of HOF!

Funnily enough aside from Goldsmiths they do some big discounts on Zodiac watches at certain times

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