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How is it possible that size 13 is prime eligible, but size 12 costs an extra 10 pounds for nex day delivery?

asked on 02 February 2017

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I asked Amazon about this recently and didn't get a satisfactory answer. Apart from it maybe being a different seller sometimes, which it isn't in this case and a lot of others, Amazon are just trying to make more money from the more popular sizes. Imagine going into a store and you ask for your size and they say " you'll have to pay more for your size sir". That's what Amazon are doing.
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· 23 December 2020
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Different seller?
Tabby Cool
· 03 May 2019
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Bruce Adams
· 16 March 2019
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