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FemaleinDress
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i will start simple

a 500ml bottle of Coke/Diet Coke , when you consider a 1.5l can be around the same price , incredible rip off there.
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In Romania everything is overpriced lol
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Trains
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(Original post by FemaleinDress)
i will start simple

a 500ml bottle of Coke/Diet Coke , when you consider a 1.5l can be around the same price , incredible rip off there.
Branded products
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Makeup products
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Don't hate me aha but Nandos is sooo overpriced, is proper nice but literally no need for them to charge what they do
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Prostitutes.
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a packet of crisps. It actually takes 4p max to produce a packet of crisps ..and when you consider that big companies like walkers mass produce them, they're probably able to produce them for like 2p or 3p ...yet the standard pack of crisps costs 65p+

They are absolutely robbing consumers blind

I can't be bothered to work out the profit margins .. but it's clearly INSANE!
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karl pilkington
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driving lessons alcohol canada goose jackets houses and apple laptops
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Uber in surge periods 🙃🙃🙃. Been charged like £20 for £5 rides lmaooo
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M&Ms. £2.35 for 150 or something grams when own brand stuff is like 69p for a lot more. Reeeeee.
(Apart from the co-op who sometimes do £1 deals on them. Then it's mot overpriced.)
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Trains for sure
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Trains, and the pricing of confectionery at petrol stations on the motorway and in cinemas. I would always buy from Poundland or Tesco before if I were to go to the cinema.
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entertainmyfaith
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apple products hence why i don't buy them
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Trains
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Most branded foods
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Uber in surge periods 🙃🙃🙃. Been charged like £20 for £5 rides lmaooo
Why'd you accept the surge price then....?
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I wonder if people could put why they think they are overpriced and how much they think they should cost?
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(Original post by Quady)
Why'd you accept the surge price then....?
🤷🤷🤷 A guy needs to get home
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Everything is. Everything is massively upmarked compared to production costs.
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University education.
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