38 thoughts on “Six Sense

  1. Science

    Easons I demand you to explain this obvious mistake amounting to a 6c price difference.

    1. Alors

      If a lot of books have a random difference (upward) of a few cents, how much does that work out at in a week? Asking for a friend.

  2. Cian

    But what is it?

    ???ng the

    Can we have a “guess when is under the sticker” competition?

      1. Brother Barnabas


        [nothing to be ashamed about, con – happens to most men at some point, apparently [except me])

        1. Janet, I ate my Avatar

          so the correct order
          position erection ignition fruition rejection/satisfaction

        2. Cian

          the letter before the “tion” isn’t a “c” – it’s most likely an “i”.

          And are you really saying you’ve never had an erection?

  3. Murtles

    I’d say it’s like that Lotto Ball anomaly. You think it’s €10.53 but it really means that the best before date on the book is 17th October 1953. That info is well out of date Con, hope its not a medical book.

    1. Diddles

      Many moons ago I worked in a shop called Aspecto on Sth Anne st. The sale prices used to be generated by a computer and we would have to write massive sale cards in red marker with the likes of: adidas Italia WERE €129 NOW €127!!
      We pointed out how ridiculous it was many times but were put back in our boscas

    1. Paul

      with websites like Bookdepository around, who would?

      at least shops like Hodges & Figgis have a bit of charm.

      1. mildred st. meadowlark

        I love Hodges Figgis. I miss Hughes&Hughes too. The were my local bookshop once upon a time.

        Easons are devoid of character, entirely soulless.

        1. Brother Barnabas

          it’s just a pity that Hodges Figgis is owned by a russian billionaire with links to putin

    2. Andyourpointiswhatexactly?

      They’re always dodgy with prices. The till price is almost always higher than the book price, not the other way round, unsurprisingly. It’s one of the few shops where I always check the receipt.
      I’m wise to their tricks.

  4. pooter

    Its not a book, but a cycling magazine, called ROULEUR, priced at £7.50 sterling. Cant seem to get a photo uploaded.

  5. Con Kennedy

    The issue isn’t the sixpence. It’s transparency. The point of barcode scanning is to ensure the customer is charged correctly and avoid errors such as this. It’s a consumer confidence issue.

    If every whingy cyclist paid over the odds for their read of choice that’s a lot of extra moolah for Eason

    So I’ll take a penny off everyone on broadsheet – sure it’s only a penny…

      1. Con Kennedy

        Yeah but if you add in the reckless, arrogant, dangerous and ninja cyclists it’s a lot of gouging.

        Enough to but a fully equipped Pinarello Dogma F10 and a life time supply of salbutamol

  6. Sheik Yahbouti

    Eason – proudly gouging the Irish public ‘for longer than I care to remember ‘.

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