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matt20687

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hello

anyone know where the cheapest place to get the new 17th ed books is?

They are so pricey! £65 for a book is a bit extreme dont you think? Just another way to get as much money out of us as possible!

cheers
matt
 
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Guest123

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Hey.

Do you or your company do a lot of trade with one wholesaler??
If so then can you use your discount with them to knock the price down?

I did.:D
 
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matt20687

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Hey

thats a good idea! we use a couple of wholesalers all the time. might have to have a word with one of the to see what they can do for me!!

anyone else got any suggestions ?

cheers
matt
 
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m4tty

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ebays always a good place. just watch, wait & bid in the last second.
 
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matt20687

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£40 for the main regs book?

thats bloody brilliant!
 
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liam

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yeah £40 ,you know what its like on ebay i got outbid about 7 or 8 times in the last second on other regs but got there in the end,saved me about £20 happy days
 
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coxy

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If you are looking for a guide to the regs look at a book by John Whitfield.Very good at explaining regs in our language.Search for it on amazon for about £20.00.
 
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cairns

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A mate of mine I know sells the 17th edition book on CD for £9. Its not amazing quality but can easily read it though. If anyones interested give me a shout and I'll foward you. :)
 
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SirKit Breaker

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Got mine from Elecsa came with the OSG and was on special offer at about £50, but that was yonks ago.
 
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